Category: Politics

Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Sibusiso Moyo meeting US Ambassador Brian Nichols on Monday

The US urges Zimbabwe to end state-sponsored violence

By Own Correspondent The United States ambassador to Zimbabwe on Monday told the Zimbabwe government to “end state-sponsored violence,” apparently unbowed after...

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu - Turkish Foreign Minister

Union with Africa is more essential than ever

By Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu – Turkish Foreign Minister I wholeheartedly congratulate the Africa Day of all our African friends. The unprecedented conditions caused by...

Members of the Pan African Parliament

PAP to commemorate Africa Day with Civil Society and Diaspora

The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) will commemorate Africa Day on Monday, 25 May by hosting virtual engagements with Civil Society Organizations and Africans in...

The late national hero, Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU), and ZIPRA’s military intelligence supremo, Dumiso Dabengwa

Lockdown locks ZAPU’s Dabengwa commemorations

By Thabani Dube Efforts to commemorate the life of the late national hero, Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU), and ZIPRA’s military intelligence supremo, Dumiso...

Raymond Chamba

Great American fumble in Africa

By Raymond Chamba The vulturous and vampire grip of China on Africa did not come without active American assistance. Yes, suucessive American administrations have...

Food systems in Africa

How COVID19 has exposed limitations of colonial food systems in Africa

By Charles Dhewa The majority of developing countries are still to tear themselves away from the colonial set up where major food markets were located in cities or towns...

President Mnangagwa is leading Zimbabwe's vision 2030 agenda

Zimbabwe After Forty Years: Defining The Decade Towards 2030

By Veritas Forty years ago just after midnight on 17th April, the Union Jack was lowered for the last time and the Zimbabwean flag was raised to represent a new era in...

Zimbabwe celebrated its 40th Independence anniversary on 18 April amidst the COVID-19 induced lockdown

Independence Day: ZCTU demands minimum wage, mobilises for action

By Japhet Moyo (ZCTU Secretary-General)  Today, 18 April 2020, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) joins the rest of Zimbabweans in celebrating the country’s...

CiZC regrets torture, incarceration, inhuman and degrading treatment and various forms of mass oppression have become weapons used by the ruling elite 40 years into independence

Zimbabwe at 40: Promised Land Remains a Distant Possibility

By Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition on Independence Day Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) joins the people of Zimbabwe, within or without her borders in commemorating the...

By Rev Dr. Kenneth Mtata

Need for a different political culture in Zimbabwe: Green Paper

By Rev Dr. Kenneth Mtata I am writing this as a GREEN PAPER to provoke debate. If you are allergic to debate, do not proceed beyond this point! Zimbabwe has been stuck...