September 25, 2023

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Has Ramped Up Efforts to Suppress Human Rights – Amnesty International

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa's first tenure has been characterised by a clampdown on human rights, a failure by the second dispensation to break out from the oppressive rule of Robert Mugabe.
September 25, 2023

Zimbabwe: Former Zanu-PF G40 Kingpins Accused of Causing Chaos in Harare

[263Chat] Former Zanu PF Generation 40 (G40) kingpins are causing chaos in Harare province as they are working tirelessly to illegally remove the current provincial leadership.
September 22, 2023

Zimbabwe: Mbeki Likens Disputed Zimbabwean Elections to Dark 2008 Period

[New Zimbabwe] Former South African President Thabo Mbeki has likened Zimbabwe's recent elections to those of 2008 whose conditions, including state sponsored violence, eventually forced a five year Government of National Unity (GNU).
September 22, 2023

Zimbabwe: Ignoring the party, Mnangagwa selects his friends and family cabinet

  Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has stocked the cabinet with friends and relatives, an official change from his first term.  
September 22, 2023

Zimbabwe: U.S. Government Raises Concern Over Attacks on Opposition Supporters

[New Zimbabwe] THE United States of America (USA) government through its embassy in Harare has raised concerns over reports of continued politically motivated violence and intimidation of opposition members in the post-election period.
September 22, 2023

South Africa: Maimane Says Ramaphosa's Calls For Lifting of Zimbabwe Sanctions Siding With Dictatorship

[New Zimbabwe] SOUTH Africa is bearing the brunt of leadership ineptitude of Zimbabwe's ruling party Zanu PF which has led to migration chaos overburdening the country's social services.
September 20, 2023

South Africa: No Reason to Continue Zimbabwe Exemption Permits, Minister Motsoaledi Argues in Court

[allAfrica] Harare -- Aaron Motsoaledi, South Africa's minister of home affairs, wants to contest a ruling from the Supreme Court of Appeals (SCA) that said he violated the law and Constitution by terminating the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEP), The Citizen reports.
September 20, 2023

Zimbabwe: Women's Rights Under Threat in Zimbabwe

[263Chat] Zimbabwean women are facing a serious setback in their quest for gender equality and empowerment, as the country's leadership fails to uphold the constitutional provisions that guarantee their representation and participation in politics
September 19, 2023

Water shortage pushes wildlife to migrate from Zimbabwe

With the increase in water shortages over the years, wildlife migration between the park and Botswana is not uncommon. However, Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority spokesman warned the migration came "too early" this year, citing climate change.
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