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Why Southern Africa must brace for more tropical cyclones
Unfortunately, southern Africa struggles to cope with the effects of even category 1 tropical cyclones...
Zimbabwe's economic crisis: counting the cost of removing Mugabe
More than a year after Mugabe’s departure Zimbabwe’s economy is far from bouncing back and frustration has crept in
Transcript: Khama on Masisi fallout, BDP congress, China and Zimbabwe
'That’s just not an atmosphere that we are used to in Botswana, there’s a lot of intimidation and fear'
Has Zimbabwe entered an enduring new cycle of tyranny?
'Dictators have far more staying power than we like to admit... There are few happy endings'
Sanctions and the European Union policy fudge on Zimbabwe
EU’s seventeen years of restrictive measures on Zimbabwe are a case study in policy failure and the limits of global influence
How did it all go so wrong, so soon, for Emmerson Mnangagwa?
'The much-touted technocratic finance minister, Mthuli Ncube, is out of his depth'
Resort to military will radicalise Zimbabweans, who may soon be left with nothing to fear
'Instilling constant fear might be the only solution available to the unpopular'
Why Mnangagwa’s rule in Zimbabwe may not last very long
'Don’t waste your time waiting for Zanu PF to be booted out at the ballot box'
Zimbabwe's politics will remain toxic as long as the military is at the centre of it
'Until the military is removed from civilian spaces, Zimbabwe will only plunge into deeper political and economic misery'
Fantasy that Mnangagwa would fix Zimbabwe now fully exposed
'Economic revival might have done the trick: now there’s no chance of that'
Zimbabwe: Lessons from Masipula Sithole's ‘Struggles Within the Struggle’
'That Zimbabwe is today still ethnically polarised speaks of a leadership failure, our collective inability to foster genuine nationhood'
Zimbabwe crackdown saps hopes of reform under Emmerson Mnangagwa
The reality is that these protests are not being led by the opposition but by citizens that are fed up and frustrated
Strive Masiyiwa gave millions to Zanu PF, Jonathan Moyo charges
There are many undercover dealings involving Masiyiwa and Mnangagwa's army faction since 2008
Strive Masiyiwa should not delegitimise international human rights movement
'Masiyiwa must take the time to start by knowing the right facts'
Lucy Duve: 48-hour suspects detention cap burden on police, not courts
'Release of an arrested person by a court without remand leads to an absurdity'
In Zimbabwe, Christmas looks pretty bleak and the outlook no better
'There's no centre of power, at least in the Mugabe days you knew who was the boss, if he gave an order it was followed'
Full text: Resolutions of the Zanu PF conference held in Esigodini
'The Party and Government must lead the process to thank ancestral spirits for Independence'
Matthew Harrington's testimony to the US Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee
'It is clear that Zimbabwe has a long way to go – and requires profound political and economic reforms'
Testimony by Todd Moss to the US Senate Foreign Relations Sub-Committee on Africa
'The United States can also be far more aggressive in our support for Zimbabwe’s beleaguered civil society'
Testimony by Joe Mutizwa to the US Senate Foreign Relations Sub-Committee
'As Zimbabwe’s private sector we are fully supportive of the reform programmes embarked upon by our government'
One year after the coup, Zimbabweans worse off under Mnangagwa
It is no wonder that the new battle cry is for 'Operation Restore People’s Livelihoods'