Operation Restore Legacy
10 Sep 2019
Robert Mugabe was a dynamic leader during his time as president, a charming and reportedly ruthless man who watched as Zimbabwe plunged into economic, social turmoil whilst portraying himself...
27 Jul 2018
Prof. David Moore
You take a chance when trying to get an afternoon fill-up in Harare these days: a return for the next sunrise is likely. As Elphias (let’s call him that) the petrol attendant told me the bad n...
On the 30th of July 2018, Zimbabwe will be holding its first elections without founding president Robert Mugabe-deposed by a military coup- and his nemesis Morgan Tsvangirai, who passed away o...
13 Jul 2018
The events of December 6, 2017 in Harare reminded me of the old adage about men and their mid-life crises.
The house of the police commissioner, Augustin Chihuri, was burnt badly and a police o...
6 Jul 2018
When an incendiary tragically blew up right in the middle of the President’s entourage in Bulawayo on the 23rd of June, it was glaring evidence that, [since the November coup] the political an...
25 May 2017
Dr Alex T. Magaisa
“The Zimbabwe political process remains fragile and precarious and consequences of chaos could threaten regional peace and stability, hence the need for SADC to remain vigilant”.
It is common k...
12 Jun 2015
Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition
The African Union (AU) is a captured institution controlled by leaders who are not prepared to tell each other the truth. Speaking at a media briefing organised by the Crisis in Zimbabwe Co...
The Zimbabwe government’s planned deployment of force against vendors in Harare will greatly affect women, most of whom make the bulk of the vending population in the central business district...
11 Jun 2015
The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition has reiterated calls for Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabe and his ZANU PF party to exit the governance stage as they had failed to address the country’s probl...
"When Natives become Colonisers"
May 26, 2020
Coordinator's Note: Zimbabwe’s 40th Independence Anniversary
April 18, 2020
The Army and Politics in Zimbabwe: Mujuru, the Liberation Fighter and Kingmaker, Blessing Miles-Tendi (2020, OUP): A review.
Zimbabwe @40: A dream deferred?
Health care on equal terms? A reflection on the state of Zimbabwe's health care system 40 years after independence
SADC's fallacy on Zimbabwe sanctions
October 25, 2019
The West isn’t responsible for Zimbabwe’s continuing economic collapse
Coordinator’s Note: Xenophobia… is South Africa a crime scene?
September 27, 2019
CiZC position on the Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa
September 26, 2019