Afrophobia is an imported anti-African sentiment that internalises colonialism because current state borders never existed in African societies
Exhumations of Gukurahundi graves risk destroying vital clues about the extent of the massacre and who was responsible
The targets were mainly from the Ndebele ethnic group, perceived as backing a rival to Mugabe, who is from the majority Shona group
Fearing for her life, outspoken commentator Thandekile Moyo fled Zimbabwe this week with little more than the change in her pocket
Kgalema Motlanthe investigated post-election violence but there are concerns President Mnangagwa will not release his findings
Mugabe’s successor was allegedly instrumental in organising the massacres of the Ndebele
Addressing MPs following Mugabe’s historic resignation, Dirco dismissed social media rumours that the Mugabe family had applied for asylum in SA.
The effects of President Mugabe’s post-independence security clampdown known as the Matabeleland massacre, continue to be felt.
<em>WHITENESS IN ZIMBABWE</em>: RACE, LANDSCAPE AND THE PROBLEM OF BELONGING by David McDermott Hughes (Palgrave Macmillan)
Invitation to the East Asian nation’s football team to train in Bulawayo evokes memories of a massacre.