Africa’s Reform Conundrum and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy

Africa’s Reform Conundrum and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy

Despite immense mineral wealth, Africa’s economic success stories are few. Outside Botswana, Ghana, Mauritius, and Rwanda, economies on the continent have been held back by decades of state interventionism, corruption, petulant government spending, and irresponsible borrowing.

Security companies stealing from employees!

Security companies stealing from employees!

It is with grave concern that the Zimbabwe Network for Social Justice (ZimJustice) notes the ever-increasing heartless, callous and downright wicked behaviour by some security firms, as they fail to pay their employees – who have served and earned these same companies for many years.

MDC new look Standing Committee meets

MDC new look Standing Committee meets

The new-look MDC National Standing Committee met today at the party head office, Morgan Tsvangirai House and discussed matters of national concern.

Zimbabwe seeks $35m to fight cholera outbreak

Zimbabwe seeks $35m to fight cholera outbreak

HARARE – Zimbabwe is appealing to individual citizens and local companies for $35-million to help fight a cholera outbreak that has killed 31 and infected more than 5,000, the finance minister said.

Doubts over Commission of Inquiry’s independence puts justice for post-election killings at risk

Doubts over Commission of Inquiry’s independence puts justice for post-election killings at risk

The Zimbabwean authorities must bolster the mandate of the Commission of Inquiry into the country’s post-election killings if victims’ families have any hope of obtaining truth, justice and reparations, Amnesty International said today after the swearing in of the commissioners.

Africa’s Reform Conundrum and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy

Despite immense mineral wealth, Africa’s economic success stories are few. Outside Botswana, Ghana, Mauritius, and Rwanda, economies on the continent have been held back by decades...

Security companies stealing from employees!

It is with grave concern that the Zimbabwe Network for Social Justice (ZimJustice) notes the ever-increasing...

MDC new look Standing Committee meets

The new-look MDC National Standing Committee met today at the party head office, Morgan Tsvangirai House...

Zimbabwe seeks $35m to fight cholera outbreak

HARARE - Zimbabwe is appealing to individual citizens and local companies for $35-million to help fight a cholera...

Doubts over Commission of Inquiry’s independence puts justice for post-election killings at risk

The Zimbabwean authorities must bolster the mandate of the Commission of Inquiry into the country’s post-election...

Zim authorities target more opposition party supporters over anti-ZEC protest

ZIMBABWEAN authorities have intensified their crackdown on perceived opposition political party supporters after arresting a Harare man...

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Britain will support interim IMF staff programme for Zimbabwe – ambassador

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Zimbabwe’s cholera emergency: ‘Stench of sewage’ in Harare

Zimbabwe is struggling with its worst outbreak of cholera in a decade, which has killed at...

UK financiers to lead re-engagement with Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s liquidity crisis continues to worsen six weeks on from its contested elections. While local financiers...

Zimbabwe’s agriculture authority issues $75 million grain bills to buy maize

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s Agriculture Marketing Authority (AMA) has issued $75 million in grain bills to...

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