Operation Restore Legacy
10 Aug 2020
Dinizulu Mbiko Macaphulana
Times are dark when collective dreams of freedom and happiness are turned into nightmares of torture, rape and murder. Zimbabwe is back in a genocidal moment where people are not safe from tho...
The honour of the national hero status to the late Zimbabwean music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi sparked a long-standing debate on who deserves the national hero status. Mtukudzi was one of the m...
Chengetai Faith Gumbo
The attainment of Zimbabwe’s independence on 18 April 1980 was a momentous occasion which gave birth to a new state which had been born out of a protracted armed struggle. It was...
6 Jun 2019
Muzuku waMbuya Nehanda
The Zimbabwean obtaining socio-economic situation is segregatory and pathetic in nature. Wanton price hikes of basic commodities and services that is going unabated is reminiscent of the hyper...
3 Sep 2018
Blessing Vava (CiZC Regional Coordinator)
This edition comes after Zimbabwe’s watershed elections whose final outcome was decided by the Constitutional Court after a huge dispute over its credibility. Since the last edition, we had re...
Prof. David Moore
Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa’s inauguration as Zimbabwe’s second president and commander-in-chief consummated power for the main beneficiary of the November 2017 coup that forced Robert Mugabe’...
Dr Alex T. Magaisa
Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court recently rendered a judgment upholding the election of Emmerson Mnangagwa as President of Zimbabwe following a legal challenge by Nelson Chamisa presidential ca...
27 Jul 2018
The curtain is finally coming down as Zimbabweans get ready with eagerness to participate in this historic plebiscite. With months of mobilization, politicking and campaigning political partie...
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...
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August 10, 2020
Coordinator’s Note: No to Constitutional Amendment Bill Number 2
June 12, 2020
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa decimates constitution and consolidates power
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A Critical review of Zimbabwe's Constitutional Amendment No. 2
Patriarchy the biggest hurdle to women's empowerment
March 10, 2020
Women's emancipation meaningless without addressing cultural issues
Coordinators Note. Zimbabwe 2 years after the Coup…What is to be Done?
November 22, 2019
Zimbabwe Under Emmerson Mnangagwa
#Coup17: National dialogue and fading dream of economic transformation in Zim
CRISIS IN ZIMBABWE COALITION STATEMENT ON THE SITUATION IN MALI
August 19, 2020
ZIMBABWE CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS POSITION AHEAD OF THE 40th SADC HEADS OF STATE & GOVERNMENTS SUMMIT
August 17, 2020
Editor’s Note: Revisiting Zimbabwe's national hero status
Dark Times in Zimbabwe: The Last Days of Emmerson Mnangagwa
The optics of heroism in Zimbabwe: Who is a National Hero?
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