While entertaining, the showy presidential campaign of Zimbabwe's opposition may not amount to much on July 30th.
The writer, a student in New York City, on the emotional experience of living the Zimbabwe #NotCoup in real time online and away from home.
Mugabe was a neoliberal stooge up until the 2000s and far from being a Pan-Africanist hero sent his army to intervene in the most rapacious war in Africa's history in the Congo.
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 four decades that Robert Mugabe was at the helm of power in post-colonial Zimbabwe, his rule was anything but admirable.
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
Zimbabwe is the fourth country in Southern Africa to have a post-independence coup. (The others are
It would be an understatement to sum it up as a tragic tale.
We consider ourselves an indispensable and integral part of its national life, because it is our home, writes a Zimbabwean scholar.
Zimbabwe's regime does not to surrender to anyone its guardianship of the post-independence narrative, symbols and authority.
Robert Mugabe Junior has the word “melanin” in his Instagram biography. I discovered this when I
In late August and early September, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited Nigeria’s Silicon Lagoon and Kenya’s
Zimbabwe is going through an evolution, not a revolution. Over the past few weeks, pundits and
In Zimbabwe, the leap from online conversation to citizen protest has followed the same path as other protest movements around the world.
Following weeks of public demonstrations against corruption, bad governance and a rapidly deteriorating economy, people all
2015’s last episode of Africa is a Radio features a snippet from an extended interview with
An unimaginable loss has happened. Our phenomenal intellectual pan-African giant on land issues, Professor Sam Moyo,