Robert Mugabe

By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jul 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
253 Views
One year on from Zimbabwe’s heavily disputed 2013 elections, we asked Simukai Tinhu, a Zimbabwean political analyst (and regular AA contributor) and Nicole Beardsworth, a PhD student at Warwick University, to comment on how they think President Robert Mugabe and his ZANU-PF party have performed in th...
By IAfrica
In Article
Jul 7th, 2014
0 Comments
170 Views
If all the people, church organisations and groups who call themselves Christian in Zimbabwe were indeed Christian, this country would be heaven on earth. Opinion with Pious Wakatama We wouldn’t need to pray; “Thy kingdom come” anymore, for the Kingdom would indeed have come. Our cities, townships an...
By IAfrica
In Article
Jul 4th, 2014
0 Comments
194 Views
  By Peacemaker Zano It is disheartening to note that the embattled MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, seems to be worried and more concerned with ZANU-PF political affairs, leaving behind his party problems. Tsvangirai who is running out of ideas for the prosperity of his party has showed that he...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jul 2nd, 2014
0 Comments
272 Views
By Nkululeko Sibanda As Zimbabwe approaches a year since the re-election of President Robert Mugabe and the end of the Government of National Unity, we asked journalist Nkululeko Sibanda to assess some of the key policy and political developments in the country over the past 12 months. Indigenisation...
By IAfrica
In Article
Jun 8th, 2014
0 Comments
425 Views
The Last Supper always has betrayers, but Mugabe has chosen Jonathan Moyo as the Judas Iscariot of this last hour. But Jonathan has been everything in ZANU PF, the prodigal son, Paul who executed Christians, Nicodemus who went by night, and now accused as Judas who betrayed in the last hour. But who ...
By IAfrica
In Article
May 26th, 2014
0 Comments
174 Views
  As I watched Silas take another gulp of his Guinness I could tell that his stint in jail had affected him greatly, any remnants of masculinity or ego had been snatched away from his psyche during his two months in the remand centre. His disgust and hatred in himself was palpable, the manner in...
By IAfrica
In Article
May 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
327 Views
Joram Nyathi Group Political Editor IS our opposition politics hitting a tipping point? Are we headed towards a new political discourse that gives Zimbabwe priority over foreign interests, a political discourse that fosters faith in Zimbabwe’s ability to serve and save itself? There appears to be a t...
By IAfrica
In Article
May 15th, 2014
0 Comments
275 Views
  President Robert Mugabe flew to Singapore, Thursday, for a health checkup, nearly three months after undergoing another eye operation there, his spokesman said Thursday. COMMENT: I hope l find you well, dear reader! Here in Zimboland, there is no dull moment, though some moments range from the...
By IAfrica
In Article
May 13th, 2014
0 Comments
296 Views
Trudy Stevenson Tichaona Zindoga  My Turn It is one of the most troubling questions that many people of goodwill have in relation to Zimbabwe’s politics or politics anywhere else in the world.So much blood-letting, battery and skulduggery. Perhaps that is what makes this game called politics, which e...
By IAfrica
In Article
May 4th, 2014
0 Comments
204 Views
Mr Tsvangirai Tinomudaishe Chinyoka WHEN I was growing up, I recall very distinctly the day I came across a very interesting piece of writing in one of the few English textbooks we had. It was a story written like a poem, or a poem written like a story; my teacher was never sure, thus adding [&hellip...