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Carter Centre Calls for Sweeping Reforms Following 2023 Zimbabwe Elections

By A Correspondent In a scathing report released yesterday, the United States based Carter Centre has urged the Zimbabwean government to undertake comprehensive reforms including amending the Electoral Act in order to give the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission more autonomy. The…

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Since the coming in of the second republic in 2017, the mantra Zimbabwe is open for business has become part of the country’s foreign policy. Due to the volatile currency, lack of clear institutional governance frameworks, slow pace in domesticating…

ZLHR: High Court ends two months detention of Mamombe and Chimbiri

High Court Judge Justice Tawanda Chitapi on Wednesday 5 May 2021 ended the two-month detention of Harare West constituency legislator Joana Mamombe and opposition MDC-Alliance party youth leader Cecilia Chimbiri by granting them RTGS$20 000 bail. Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human…

Mnangagwa must exact transparency and accountability on “mega deals”: Edith Chibhamu

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s failure to answer critical questions around the so called “mega deals” is indicative of a government that is averse to scrutiny and detests transparency and accountability.

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa faces impeachment

Munyaradzi Gwisai, a senior law lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe has said President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be removed from office if he is found guilty in former VP Kembo Mohadi’s resignation matter. Gwisai said it is likely that Mnangagwa…

Policy inconsistency riles mining sector

Players in the mining sector say government’s policy inconsistency, highlighted by its shock decision to revert to charging mining fees in the local currency following an earlier announcement indicating it was moving to peg license fees in United States dollars,…

Zimbabwe Vice President Kembo Mohadi resigns amid sex scandal

Zimbabwe Vice President Kembo Mohadi resigned on Monday following local media reports he had engaged in improper conduct.

Polad removed soldiers from the streets: Madhuku

It was the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) and not Covid-19 that caused the removal of soldiers from the streets of Zimbabwe, Lovemore Madhuku, National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) President and member of POLAD has said.

#Latest: Police storm Mliswa presser, arrest MP

Norton MP Temba Mliswa has been arrested at his Borrowdale residence in Harare in full view of over a dozen journalists.

‘All That Glitters is Not Gold – Turmoil in Zimbabwe’s Mining Sector’

What’s new? Zimbabwe has seen a surge of attacks by gangs associated with the burgeoning artisanal mining sector, taking hundreds of miners’ lives. The police operation to counter this violence led to the arrest of thousands, including perpetrators of violence,…