US softens Africa policy – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

US softens Africa policy – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The United States is changing its policy towards Africa in an attempt to counter the growing influence of China and Russia. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that in future the US ‘will not dictate Africa’s choices’, adding ‘neither should anyone else’.

‘Political space is not safe for women’

‘Political space is not safe for women’

There is a need to give dignity to women in politics so that more women can participate in political space, Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere has said.

Esidakeni farm saga: Kershelmar directors granted bail

Esidakeni farm saga: Kershelmar directors granted bail

The three directors of Kershelmar Farms (Private) Limited, Charles Moyo, Siphosami Malunga and Zephaniah Dhlamini were on Monday granted ZWL$10 000 bail each after they appeared in court on allegations of unlawful occupation of Esidakeni Farm in Nyamandlovu.

Get Marry Mubaiwa treated urgently, organisations tell First Family

Get Marry Mubaiwa treated urgently, organisations tell First Family

Several organisations outside the country are blaming President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his wife Auxillia for neglecting ailing Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’s ex-wife Marry Mubaiwa.

We have strong rural support: Mahere

We have strong rural support: Mahere

Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere says it is a fallacy to believe that the party has no stronghold in rural areas adding that rural communities won’t lose their farms if they assume power in 2023.

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The Britain Zimbabwe Society has chosen 'displacement and survival' as its study theme for...

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