‘Taken over by monkeys and baboons’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

‘Taken over by monkeys and baboons’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

It is not surprising that runaway former minister Saviour Kasukuwere should use Friday’s absurd Mugabe Day to attack the regime which overthrew the former president.

Why is Zimbabwe doing so little to tackle growing gang violence?

Why is Zimbabwe doing so little to tackle growing gang violence?

Many suspect that Zimbabwe’s machete gangs are pawns in a much bigger tussle for power.

Mushore Wins 2020 Harare ZCF Rapid Chess Tourney

Mushore Wins 2020 Harare ZCF Rapid Chess Tourney

Emarald Mushore the first seed in the recently held tournament at Prince Edward School on the 21st of February lived up to

In search of the Amazon

In search of the Amazon

On the 2nd of this month, Pope Francis issued his much-anticipated letter, Querida Amazonia, the Beloved Amazon. 

Civil Society takes stand against constitutional amendments

Civil Society takes stand against constitutional amendments

Civil Society Organisations under the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition banner took a firm stand and dismissed in totality Constitutional Amendment Bill No.2 for what it is, a mockery to democracy and a recipe for disaster.

Prized Cattle Are Thinned, Butchered Amid Zimbabwe’s Economic and Climate Crises

Less pasture means thinner cattle, leaving farmers with few options to keep their livestock healthy. In response, many farmers thin or butcher their herds – but...

Sugar scandals in Zimbabwe’s lowveld

While visiting our research sites in Mkwasine and Hippo Valley in Zimbabwe’s lowveld recently, there was only one...

Pressure mounts for reforms – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The European Union says nothing is happening in Zimbabwe about reforms. EU Ambassador Timo Olkkonen insisted: ‘We...

Zim energy crisis forces miners off grid as production slumps

Zimbabwe’s mine houses are considering going off grid to avoid crippling breaks in production, as the...

South African Corn Exports to Zimbabwe Hit 7-Year High

South Africa exported 13,688 tons of corn to Zimbabwe in the week ended Jan. 24, the...

Zimbabwe Lifts Ban on GM Corn Imports in Bid to Avert Famine

Zimbabwe has quietly lifted a ban on imports of genetically modified corn for the first time...

A man called Simeon

‘How much more important the divisions between people are than between countries’. So wrote Virginia Woolf...

Zimbabwe Situation not appealing

Zimbabwe Situation not appealing...

If Ministers are stalling development, why not fire them

Dear Comrade Mnangagwa,...

Biofortified Crops Improve Farmers’ Livelihoods in Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe (IPS) - Steven Seremwe, who is 57 years old, was retrenched from his job...

Zimbabwe’s economy is run by master criminals who are fleecing the poor

Ordinary Zimbabweans have suffered for years as a result of currency manipulation and corruption by the...

Galilee of the nations

‘It is a Saturday. There won’t be much traffic’. I set off walking to the small...

Sable Chemicals and Tatanga Energy to construct solar energy plant in Zimbabwe

Sable Chemicals, an ammonium nitrate manufacturer, has agreed to a collaboration with Tatanga Energy, a fertiliser...

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