Robert Mugabe

 
Don’t censor the red berets, describe them
Don’t censor the red berets, describe them
There has been a suggestion that the best way to respond to the politics of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is either not to cover them in the...
A year later, Zimbabweans reflect: “I sort of miss Mugabe”
A year later, Zimbabweans reflect: “I sort of miss Mugabe”
When Eddie Cross, a veteran opposition leader, saw soldiers being greeted as heroes on the streets of Harare last November, he was reminded of the...
The Year of the Crocodile
The Year of the Crocodile
It’s been exactly a year since Robert Mugabe resigned, but Zimbabwe is still the house that Bob built — and the new president has done...
Zim needs $40m to compensate white farmers — report
Zim needs $40m to compensate white farmers — report
Zimbabwe's land and agricultural ministry is reportedly seeking $40-million to compensate former white farmers, with the government promising to...
Why Mnangagwa’s been wooing Zim's white sports heroes
Why Mnangagwa’s been wooing Zim's white sports heroes
Sport in general, and particularly gifted sports people, have been known to rouse feelings of national unity. In the process, they instil a sense...
Empty shelves, rationed bread ring alarm bells in Zimbabwe
Empty shelves, rationed bread ring alarm bells in Zimbabwe
In one of the biggest supermarkets in Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, cooking oil, rice and Coca-Cola are all out of stock while a notice on the bread...
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
There are few easy wins when it comes to regional relations in Southern Africa. But on wildlife conservation, the Southern African Development...
Troubled Zim now faces tough foreign policy choices
Troubled Zim now faces tough foreign policy choices
The toxic presidency of Mugabe may be over, but the new Zimbabwean government of Emmerson Mnangagwa must quickly make some hard foreign policy...
Zimbabwe opposition to declare Chamisa 'president'
Zimbabwe opposition to declare Chamisa 'president'
Zimbabwe's main opposition party will this week hold a mock inauguration to name its leader Nelson Chamisa as the country's president, highlighting...
​Searching for Zimbabwe’s scattered (hi)stories
​Searching for Zimbabwe’s scattered (hi)stories
Brooklyn is not an obvious inspiration for an archival project about Zimbabwe. In a modest brownstone in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Nontsikelelo Mutiti,...
Zimbabwe: The battle for power is not for the people
Zimbabwe: The battle for power is not for the people
In a not-so-distant dystopian Zimbabwean future, the country is a barren wasteland decimated by years of drought, unbridled corruption from a...
A new dawn or more of the same for Zimbabwe?
A new dawn or more of the same for Zimbabwe?
A loud and familiar chant rang out across the tightly-packed arena as Emmerson Mnangagwa took to the stage to be sworn in as Zimbabwe's president....

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