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Zimbabwe intensifies commitment to respond to climate change

By Patricia Mashiri After enduring the ravages of climate change, Zimbabwe has taken bold steps to rectify the problem by becoming a member of and actively participating...

Zim urged to engage USA to end sanctions

By Thabani Dube The Acting Ambassador of Sudan to Zimbabwe, Rida Osman says the Government of Zimbabwe must initiate dialogue with the United States of America to end...

The Space creates opportunities for youths in Zimbabwe

By Patricia Mashiri and Byron Mutingwende The 3rd edition of the Space has been held in trying to address issues affecting the youths in the country. The programme has...

Gambian delegation impressed by Zim Results Based Financing in health

By Patricia Mashiri A delegation from Gambia which has been in the country for almost two weeks to exchange notes with the country on how to implement results based...

Zimbabwe’s opposition and the road ahead

By Patson Dzamara The stage for a transition in Zimbabwe is set. Even exogenous factors are in sync with the transition agenda. However, just like a small virgin boy,...

Zimbabwe does not have to wait until the IMF comes

Zimbabwe is well resourced to rescue itself out of the current economic crunch without waiting upon the International Monetary Fund (IMF) if it manages to institute...

Zimbabwe’s unending impasse: a time to sit on the table?

By Byron Mutingwende The Southern African Political Economy Series Trust (Sapes) and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) Conference on developing a dialogue for reform...

Zimbabwe’s non-aligned political parties in 2018 electoral pact

By Wallace Mawire Marginalised Zimbabwe’s parties to contest in the forthcoming 2018 watershed elections have signed an MOU (PACT) in a bid to work together as a...

Zimbabwe moves towards ratification of 1954 Hague Convention

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe is moving towards the ratification of the two protocols of the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in the event...

ERC raps violence as UPR examines Zimbabwe’s human rights record

By Byron Mutingwende and Moses Chibaya   Zimbabwe’s human right record comes under international spotlight as the Election Resouce Centre has said that it was...