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Kudzai Mashininga

Kudzai Mashininga

Mashininga is an experienced Zimbabwean journalist.
    Zimbabwe's new currency: the 'RTGS dollar'
    Zimbabwe's new currency: the 'RTGS dollar'
    Harare — Zimbabwe's quasi-currency, the bond note — which has been pegged at par with the United States dollar...
    Systematic torture, killings, abductions, assaults — Zim rights commission speaks out
    Systematic torture, killings, abductions, assaults — Zim rights commission speaks out
    Harare — The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has delivered a devastating report into the ongoing violence in...
    Vicious crackdown in Zimbabwe
    Vicious crackdown in Zimbabwe
    Experts say the harsh reaction is a symptom of a bankrupt and desperate government
    ​Five dead, dozens injured as protests prompt brutal crackdown in Zimbabwe
    ​Five dead, dozens injured as protests prompt brutal crackdown in Zimbabwe
    Harare — More than five people are feared dead and hundreds have been arrested in Zimbabwe as the country’s security...
    Security forces to blame for Zim post-election fatalities
    Security forces to blame for Zim post-election fatalities
    Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa has made public a post-election violence probe team’s report which blames the country’s security forces...
    Reform on the cards as Zanu-PF shifts hardline stance
    Reform on the cards as Zanu-PF shifts hardline stance
    When Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa took to the podium to close Zanu-PF’s annual conference, he had a message that party members have...
    Will Zim bury poll deaths report?
    Will Zim bury poll deaths report?
    Harare — One thing is certain for Zimbabwean human rights lawyer Mordecai Mahlangu: if President Emmerson Mnangagwa...
    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...
    Uncertainty hangs in Harare’s air
    Uncertainty hangs in Harare’s air
    Harare — By Thursday the dust had settled in Harare’s city centre. There was little evidence of the violence that had...
    Gunfire, tanks and injuries in Harare as Zim election turns violent
    Gunfire, tanks and injuries in Harare as Zim election turns violent
    Just hours after international observers praised a “peaceful” electoral process, violent scenes erupted in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare.
    Zim opposition leaders targeted for assassination, claims Tendai Biti
    Zim opposition leaders targeted for assassination, claims Tendai Biti
    Harare — Former Zimbabwe finance minister and senior opposition official Tendai Biti has claimed there is a government...
    High turnout, high expectations as Zimbabwe votes
    High turnout, high expectations as Zimbabwe votes
    Harare — Polling stations opened at 7am across Zimbabwe this morning, with voting expected to close at 7pm.