Commonwealth

 
But when will we see the money?
But when will we see the money?
‘Why is the investment still not coming?” This question was put to me in London recently; and it was a good one. But its source was curious...
What should we expect from the Zimbabwean elections?
What should we expect from the Zimbabwean elections?
A coup in November, now elections in July. After years of waiting for post-Mugabe politics in Zimbabwe, the new dispensation is in full campaigning...
EU to observe Zimbabwe polls for first time in 16 years
EU to observe Zimbabwe polls for first time in 16 years
The European Union will deploy observers to Zimbabwe's general election expected in July, the first time in 16 years the bloc will monitor polls in...
Zimbabwe's bid to rejoin Commonwealth
Zimbabwe's bid to rejoin Commonwealth
On Monday, the Commonwealth announced that Zimbabwe has applied to rejoin the group after leaving the organisation 15 years ago.
Can SADC safeguard Zimbabwe’s election?
Can SADC safeguard Zimbabwe’s election?
Last Friday, Zimbabwe’s President and ruling Zanu-PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa launched his party’s manifesto ahead of momentous general...
Mnangagwa's Zimbabwe inches forward – but where is it headed?
Mnangagwa's Zimbabwe inches forward – but where is it headed?
The five months since the fall of
UK interior minister Amber Rudd resigns in blow to Prime Minister May
UK interior minister Amber Rudd resigns in blow to Prime Minister May
Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd resigned Sunday, admitting she "inadvertently misled" lawmakers about deportation targets, in a body blow to...
Ramaphosa to 'lend a hand' in Mahikeng
Ramaphosa to 'lend a hand' in Mahikeng
President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken his own call to "lend a hand" and "send me" by convening an urgent meeting on Friday over protests in Mahikeng....
Tribute: A  brave, ‘activist’  judge
Tribute: A brave, ‘activist’  judge
Judge Ramon (Ray) Leon (1925-2018)
Windrushers gain justice from British Parliament
Windrushers gain justice from British Parliament
Britons born in Commonwealth countries without proper documentation were granted some relief on the status of their citizenship, when Immigration...
Is the wind of change blowing across southern Africa?
Is the wind of change blowing across southern Africa?
On Wednesday February 14 2018, South Africans awoke to the news that there had been a dawn raid on the Saxonwold compound – derisorily...
LGBTI rights make gains despite hate
LGBTI rights make gains despite hate
Nearly 80 countries still have a total prohibition on same-sex relations. More than half of them are members of the Commonwealth and their homophobic...

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