Zimbabwe

 
Editorial: New dollar may be too late for Zim
Editorial: New dollar may be too late for Zim
Since abandoning the gold standard, most modern currencies are based on trust.
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...
Zimbabwe nostalgic for Mugabe?
Zimbabwe nostalgic for Mugabe?
While it's unlikely that many Zimbabweans yearn for former ruler Robert Mugabe's return, the occasion of his 95th birthday on Thursday has led some...
Africa's forgotten stateless population
Africa's forgotten stateless population
In the Kiambaa area on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, it's not unusual to hear hymns sung in the Shona language. It's more unusual,...
Zimbabwe crackdown amounts to ‘crimes against humanity’, says rights group
Zimbabwe crackdown amounts to ‘crimes against humanity’, says rights group
Harare — A Zimbabwean human rights group has said the death toll following an army crackdown in the country has risen to 17...
The land wars of 2019: Analysing the EFF and ANC manifestos
The land wars of 2019: Analysing the EFF and ANC manifestos
Both the ANC and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will support the expropriation of land without compensation and propose the amendment of...
Chamisa snubs Mnangagwa dialogue call
Chamisa snubs Mnangagwa dialogue call
Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa snubbed an invitation by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to join a national summit on Wednesday, just...
The European Union has failed on Zimbabwe — but it’s not too late to change course
The European Union has failed on Zimbabwe — but it’s not too late to change course
On February 18, twenty-eight European Union foreign ministers will meet in Brussels to answer the same question they have faced every year since...
Internet shutdowns violate human rights
Internet shutdowns violate human rights
The Arab Spring was also called the Facebook Revolution. In countries such as Tunisia and Egypt, social media was used more than ever before to...
Mnangagwa’s pre-emptive strike
Mnangagwa’s pre-emptive strike
‘It’s the worst since 2008.”
Venezuela teeters on the brink of collapse – just as Zimbabwe does
Venezuela teeters on the brink of collapse – just as Zimbabwe does
Venezuela’s president, Nicolás Maduro, faces demands from a segment of the Venezuelan population to resign, is ostracised by the majority of...
Inside the illegal abortion market: 'I nearly touched hell'
Inside the illegal abortion market: 'I nearly touched hell'
Tapiwa Chiwenga was two months pregnant when she slipped the pink pills inside herself, lay down on her bed, and prayed they would do their...

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