Zimbabwe govt defends arrests, denies kidnappings and hardship

Zimbabwe govt defends arrests, denies kidnappings and hardship

Zimbabwe’s government spokesman Nick Mangwana on Tuesday denied the country was in crisis despite a recent clampdown on dissent that sparked international outrage and shed light on long-standing social and economic woes.

Zimbabwe Opposition Criticizes Snub by South African Envoys to Investigate Rights Abuses

Zimbabwe Opposition Criticizes Snub by South African Envoys to Investigate Rights Abuses

Zimbabwe’s opposition and rights groups have criticized what they call a “snub” by South African envoys sent to investigate human rights abuses.  South Africa sent the delegation after Zimbabwean security forces arrested government critics and shut down a planned anti-government protest.

Don’t Give Zimbabwe’s Government Aid Until It Gets Serious About Land Reform

Don’t Give Zimbabwe’s Government Aid Until It Gets Serious About Land Reform

Land reform isn’t just about compensating white farmers whose land was expropriated. It must secure the property rights of Black farmers, too.

Zimbabwe divisions expected to deepen as activists decry ‘rampant abuses’

Zimbabwe divisions expected to deepen as activists decry ‘rampant abuses’

Facing high triple-digit inflation, a currency capitulation and corruption allegations, Zimbabwe has become fertile ground for civil unrest.

Tensions rise in Zim over SA envoy snub – Tendai Biti speaks to eNCA

Tensions rise in Zim over SA envoy snub – Tendai Biti speaks to eNCA

Zimbabwe’s main opposition says the cancellation of its meeting with the South African envoys is an indication that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is

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