Responses To President Mnangagwa’s Meeting With Ex-UK Prime Minister Tony Blair

Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa Tuesday met with the UK’s former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, who is also known for campaigning for the imposition of sanctions on the southern...

Colonial hangover will never end as long as racially brainwashed Mnangagwa regime in power

So, the Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa regime is over the moon over the two or so second...

President Mnangagwa Meets UK’s Former Prime Minister And Sanctions Architect Tony Blair

President Emmerson Mnangagwa Tuesday shook hands with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, breaking years of frosty...

Who is to blame for Zimbabwe’s land reform disaster?

Britain, not Zimbabwe, must pay for colonial land grabs....

For the sake of our economy, South Africa needs to act over Zimbabwe

The government needs to act over the crisis in Zimbabwe to ensure a stronger economy, as...

Blair on Zimbabwe and Mugabe: the former British Prime minister is far from bitter and ready to meet Mnangagwa

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Thabo Mbeki hails Robert Mugabe as a true African patriot

Former president Thabo Mbeki has lauded the work done by former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe, calling...

How UK’s foreign policy efforts to dislodge Mugabe ended in failure

Series of misunderstandings and protection from other African leaders meant Britain could only wound the regime...

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Throwback Thursday to a once prosperous Zimbabwe, before the Lancaster House Agreement was signed with Britain,...

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