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High Court Elections Case a Victory for Democracy and Common Sense

Published: April 3, 2013

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ZANU PF’s spin-doctors are struggling to contain embarrassment arising from the case at the High Court, where they would have wanted judicial endorsement for the leader to unilaterally set dates for elections without consulting fellow principals of the GPA. One website even tries to sanitise ZANU PF’S humiliating retreat by headlining their story as follows: […]


Mugabe targets the disabled

Published: October 13, 2012

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The regime of Robert Mugabe plunged to the lowest depths this week when his police force arrested Elton Mangoma, the Energy Minister in Zimbabwe’s increasingly shaky coalition government, amid several concerns which have seen the Mugabe led government taking advantage of and ignoring the plight of its disabled citizens. More evidence has emerged of how […]


Why mending Zimbabwe’s bent and broken military tradition can benefit us all

Published: August 10, 2012

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“I can understand now why our countrymen took up arms against us. And if these actions and attitudes and forms of selective ignorance displayed by my tribe once caused blood and fire to spread across the land called Rhodesia, what will these same actions and attitudes and forms of selective ignorance produce in this land […]


AON faces US sanctions, fines, over Zim diamonds

Published: June 6, 2012

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Harare(ZimEye)The world’s biggest insurance broker in sales, which is also a sponsor of Manchester United football club, AON Corporation, is currently faced with investigations over Zimbabwe’s so called ‘blood diamonds’, ZimEye can exclusively reveal. There are reports that the company’s Zimbabwe arm of the broking group  has already been warned by the US Department of the […]


Battered Tatchell urges the world not to forget Zimbabwe

Published: April 23, 2012

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London(ZimEye)Over a decade after being battered by Robert Mugabe’s bodyguards, Human Rights activist Peter Tatchell has not lost faith and energy. Tatchell made a surprise visit at the 21st Movement in London and urged Zimbabweans to fight ageing despot Robert Mugabe’s repressive regime. As UK diaspora demonstrated during the fourth round of the 21st Free […]


History isn’t finished: Now let’s think again

Published: April 17, 2012

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Granting post-independent Zimbabweans freedom to interact with some of the heroes of a bygone liberation struggle helps us understand why so many lives were lost. Our independence on 18th April does not tell the whole story. To some this may seem a trivial issue but the values it symbolises do matter. Those who don’t approve […]


Nhema vows to fight for Zimbabwe’s remaining wildlife

Published: March 2, 2012

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Harare(ZimEye)The Minister in charge of Zimbabwe’s Environment, Francis Nhema, has urged people not just to politicise issues relating to wildlife but to do more to help the deteriorating situation, after it emerged that ZANU (PF) and other senior government officials are involved in butchering of elephants in Chiredzi River Conservancy (CRC) and Gonarezhou National Parks. […]


Is January 2012 an opportunity for Zimbabwe?

Published: December 26, 2011

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(ANALYSIS)Constitution-making process in shambles, COPAC report is fake, ZANU PF disputes draft – these are some of the stories topping today’s screens. I am in two minds about the jubilant scenes across Libya recently. The reasons are obvious. It reminds me of that beautiful Friday, the 18th of April 1980, when a youthful Robert Mugabe […]


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