Our Ponzi Country – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Zimbabwe’s financial system has been described as a Ponzi scheme. It’s obviously true. But it is not the whole truth. The reality is that Zimbabwe is...

Zanu PF returns to terror tactics – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Lawyer and former education minister Dave Coltart has appealed to the world to take action to...

Step up Ramaphosa – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Mnangagwa’s nickname was never complimentary. Crocodiles are feared not admired. There is certainly much to fear...

Mounting calls to intervene in Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The international community has been warned that its failure to act on state-sponsored violence in Zimbabwe...

British diplomacy condemned – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

British diplomacy on Zimbabwe came in for a mauling in a parliamentary debate this week and...

‘Poor, bankrupt, miserable country’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

This description by British minister Alan Duncan was spot on. He was speaking on his way...

Zanu PF goes mad – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

‘Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad’, goes the old adage. It seems to...

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....

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