I am writing this article in response to an article written by Alexander Noyes and published in the New York Times on 26 November 2015 ( 1,468 more words
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The people of Zimbabwe can drive one up the wall.
First, they allowed Robert Mugabe, alias Comrade Bob, to sit on them. Even when he ran their economy to the ground, the most they could do was scamper into the belly of South African mines where xenophobic attacks lay in wait. 548 more words
Observing the Zimbabwean political movie from afar, yet very close, has not only enabled me to make numerous deductions amidst the heckling, pushing, pulling and in-fighting within both the ruling ZANU-PF and the multiple fractions of the opposition MDC. 1,027 more words
Every week, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) publishes The World Next Week podcast, and ask their audience for a ‘Figure of the Week’ for discussion. 80 more words
We deny not that ZANU PF rule has been nothing short of a socio-political disaster but so has been the Morgan Tsvangirai’s leadership of the main opposition, the Movement of Democratic Change (MDC). 611 more words