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Threading 40 years of Zimbabwean writing

Kwanele Sosibo talks to Tinashe Mushakavanhu, the co-editor of Some Writers Can Give you Two Heartbeats, about the impetus behind the book

Reform on the cards as Zanu-PF shifts hardline stance

Mnangagwa says Zanu-PF in particular and Zimbabwe in general must embrace the rule of law and constitutionalism

Mugabe ousted by ‘military coup’ claims exiled Jonathan Moyo

Moyo also said that the new government under Mnangagwa was an "illegal regime" that had struggled to assert its legitimacy.

What we know so far of the events of the military take-over in Zimbabwe

“The National Democratic Project” is in full swing but what does it mean?

Mugabes launch scathing attack on VP Mnangagwa

Mugabe called for unity within his fragmented party ahead of next year’s elections.

Editor’s arrest a ‘warning’ for Moyo

Information minister Jonathan Moyo was put under pressure to explain the appointment of 'hostile' journalist Edmund Kudzayi.

Zim: ‘Weevil’ Moyo walloped but wriggles free

Livid Zanu-PF officials say they will monitor the minister closely to ensure he toes the party line.

Zim: Moyo’s project backfires

Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Jonathan Moyo is accused of using the media hearings as a battlefield to curry public favour.

Zim: Moyo survives the chop

The vice-president's allies won Mugabe to their cause, and the information minister is down – but not yet out.

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