Zanu PF goes mad – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

‘Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad’, goes the old adage. It seems to be coming true in our new ‘reformed’ Zimbabwe so warmly...

London Protest at Zimbabwe Repression

Britain has condemned the brutal repression of anti-government protesters in Zimbabwe and called for restraint by...

Rats’ Alley – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

A car drives past a seemingly endless queue of vehicles waiting for fuel in Harare. Some...

Parliament debates trifles – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

At a time when many people in Zimbabwe wonder where their next meal is coming from...

Doctors’ breaking point – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

A Vigil supporter who works for the needy in Zimbabwe says her job is becoming increasingly...

Hypocrisy and self-delusion – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Happy Christmas? After a seamless transition from Mugabe’s hypocrisy to Mnangagwa’s self-delusion, most people will have...

Asylum panic in UK diaspora – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Zimbabweans without settled status in the UK have been alarmed by a report in a daily...

Not open for business – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Zimbabwe’s biggest food processing company has closed its wheat mills because of the foreign currency shortage....

Mnangagwa’s folly – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

On Friday President Mnangagwa ‘broke ground’ for a new parliament building. Coming a time when Zimbabwe...

Africa’s richest woman – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

No it’s not Grace Mugabe, though Grace is not short of money or farms or houses...

From Marxist to Thatcherite – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The most reviled / revered British Prime Minister of the past half century has been championed...

Lonely country – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

A new Zimbabwean investment drive has been taking place in the UK with a delegation led...

Bogus Profits – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

There will always be a miracle to rescue Zimbabwe. It might not be the cure for...

The bee stings – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

As the MDC marked its 19th anniversary, Nelson Chamisa accused President Mnangagwa of backtracking on a promise...

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