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I have been closely following the coalition talks among opposition parties in Zimbabwe and I must say I am thoroughly disappointed. It appears as if opposition politics in this country is as fragmented (if not worse) as it was during the 2nd Chimurenga when Joshua Nkomo’s ZAPU operating from Zambia was at loggerheads with Mugabe’s ZANU operating from Mozambique. 387 more words

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#How They Robbed Us, Just Another Pity Party For The Cream Of Zimbabwe

So Zimbabweans on social media have started another hashtag #HowTheyRobbedUs initiated by Phil Chard. They are sharing their stories to the world describing how the government has robbed them. 2,041 more words


MDC-T torture victims speaks out

By Nyasha N Mukapiko

Seven MDC-T victims of political violence gave testimonials on Monday in the capital following their illegal arrest and heavy brutalisation by riot police for exercising their constitutional right to demonstrate as enshrined in the constitution. 556 more words


Kelly McParland: Robert Mugabe vows to continue his despotic rule 'until God says come'

Robert Mugabe is 92 years old and can’t last forever. The world’s oldest head of state, he has been president of the poor, benighted country of Zimbabwe for 36 calamitous years and has made abundantly clear he plans to remain in office until death decides otherwise. 812 more words

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Social media is emboldening young Zimbabweans to finally stand up to Mugabe

Protests against the rule of Zimbabwe’s ageing president, Robert Mugabe, have become commonplace in recent months. In one of the latest incidents on Aug. 24, police used tear gas and water cannons… 955 more words

Robert Mugabe will not allow an Arab Spring in Zimbabwe as police crush another anti-government protest

President Robert Mugabe will not allow the growing public anger in his country to grow into Zimbabwe’s Arab Spring. Desperate economic conditions under Mugabe’s 36-year rule have led to a series of protests in recent months. 456 more words


Zimbabwe’s opposition leaders led a mass rally Saturday against embattled President Robert Mugabe’s failure to resolve the country’s worsening economic crisis.

Thousands of supporters gathered to hear Morgan Tsvangirai and ex-deputy president Joice Mujuru denounce Mugabe’s hold on power, calling for unity among opposition parties. 87 more words