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Before re-engagement, Zimbabwe needs to regain lost trust

Initial enthusiasm for President Mnangagwa’s ‘new dispensation’ is waning - and Zimbabwe has lots of work to do to win back the trust of its citizens

End of a tyranny

Geoffrey Nyarota takes us from Mugabe's beginnings to his fall from grace, while Ray Ndlovu has the inside story of how Mnangagwa rose to power

Decision to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity set aside by high court

Rights group AfriForum and the Democratic Alliance challenged the decision by the department of international relations

Zimbabwe police make two arrests over election rally blast

About 50 people were injured in the blast, which exploded as Mnangagwa left the podium after addressing supporters of the ruling ZANU-PF party

Mnangagwa tells the BBC he suspects Grace Mugabe faction behind Saturday’s blast

The president narrowly escaped the explosion, which occurred as he left the podium after addressing a crowd in Bulawayo

Zanu-PF: Military versus civilians

New factions are emerging in the ruling party as it prepares for national elections in either July or August

AfriForum in court to challenge Dirco’s ‘DisGrace’ immunity decision

Zimbabwe's former first lady is alleged to have assaulted Gabriella Engels at a Johannesburg hotel where her sons were staying

‘Grace Mugabe’s thesis does not meet minimum academic requirements’

The discussion in the thesis around theory is shallow and is likely at a level somewhere between an honours dissertation and a half Masters’ thesis

The three barriers blocking Zimbabwe’s progress: Zanu-PF, Mnangagwa and the military

True democratisation – as opposed to merely maintaining the procedural forms of democratic government – is anathema to Zimbabwe’s ruling party

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