Present-day reliving the past

Present-day reliving the past

Part of an emotional and moving scene enacting the process of ‘national peace and reconciliation’ in post-war Zim which never happened

Making things simple – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Making things simple – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube has a droll sense of humour.

A deepening Crisis – the Fuel Sector

A deepening Crisis – the Fuel Sector

The patient Zimbabwe population is again in that place where it cry’s out “How long oh Lord must we suffer under a Government that never seems to learn from its mistakes?” In 2009 we had a Unity Government and after 8 years of mayhem the Government decided to leave the allocation of scarce resources to the market.

Authority and delight

Authority and delight

There is a striking sentence in the segment of the Acts of the Apostles that we read this Sunday. ‘We hear that some of our members have disturbed you … they acted without any authority from us’. 

Zim opposition MPs sue minister, police over parly assault

Zim opposition MPs sue minister, police over parly assault

The MDC lawmakers, two of them women, were manhandled and assaulted by police who invaded parliament in November 2018 to eject them.

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There is no room

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Stop suffering in silence

BY BRIGHTON CHIREKA LONDON - A year ago, the body of a Zimbabwean was found almost totally...

‘We are not a tents people’

BY LITANY BIRD Dear Family and Friends, Zimbabwe's ruling party has been holding its annual congress this week...

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BY JILL BAKER And so they came - not knowing quite what to expect - the anxiety...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 10th December 2005

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Brit MPs call for right to work

LONDON - The All Party Parliamentary Group on Zimbabwe, United Network of Detained Zimbabweasn (UNDZ) and...

Detention Watch from the Zimbabwe Association

We are relieved to hear that the hunger strike has ended and bail applications have been...

Stop suffering in silence

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Pressure to close Lindela

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