Is Africa following China into a techno-dystopian future?
Structural Adjustment Programs, implemented by the World Bank and IMF in developing countries, leave the administrative state especially unequipped to deal with climate change.
The post-independence fates of Zimbabwean student activists who fought the Rhodesian regime.
For one, take economic management out of the control of neoliberal technocrats.
How to make sense of the early 2019 protests in Zimbabwe.
Fasting and prayer don't determine election results; and two, social media has profoundly changed the political landscape.
Eddison Zvobgo was both implicated in and a critic of Mugabe's rule. He paid for it. His niece remembers him.
For Zimbabweans, we're back where we started, then. Hope, no change. Still.
Recent events reveal the Mnangagwa administration in Zimbabwe will extend, if not intensify, the kleptocracy, corruption and repression of the Mugabe regime.
On the eve of Zimbabwe's elections, it's worth reflecting on the British government's expropriation of Southern Rhodesia, and the mark that act left on the country 100 years later.
At this early stage, there is little to suggest that South Africa will follow the same path as Zimbabwe.
While entertaining, the showy presidential campaign of Zimbabwe's opposition may not amount to much on July 30th.
It has been an emotional few weeks: I lived through a not coup d’etat…
Why do so many Western Leftists feel the need to defend a counter-revolutionary, kleptocratic despot like
Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe’s newly inaugurated President, suggests that Zimbabwe is “witnessing the beginning of a new and unfolding democracy”.
Robert Mugabe, a man known for his eloquence, was brought down by a speech. It wasn’t his own. Instead, what
Watching the unfolding events in Zimbabwe, the world media has given an impressive amount of focus
In the future, when history is written about Robert Mugabe, it will not be about a black man
I write this quick note as an outsider (and well aware of my physical distance from
Sam Nujoma (born in 1929) was the first president of Namibia’s liberation movement, the South West