(November 5, 2013) A Zimbabwe-based newspaper says greater accountability and transparency will help the country’s struggling economy, not foreign aid. Advertisements
(July 1, 2009) The Prime Minister, Hon. Morgan Tsvangirai has endorsed the move taken by MDC ministers in boycotting yesterday’s cabinet meeting as he understands their frustrations and concerns over the delays in the full implementation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA).
(July 4, 2008) Rooting out corruption is a pre-condition for a successful democracy.
(November 30, 2005) Only about 15 percent of registered voters turned out for Saturday’s parliamentary "elections" in Zimbabwe. The vote was quiet and orderly, with Zimbabweans registering their opposition to their leader, Robert Mugabe, by staying home.
(November 30, 2005) New York City: After this year’s International Press Freedom Awards dinner, a former reporter remarked to me the honorees’ inspiring stories made her "think about getting back into real journalism again," with her accent on "real." "Me, too," I responded spontaneously, feeling unusually humbled by the realities of many of our overseas colleagues.
(November 29, 2005) Only one in five eligible voters cast a ballot in Saturday’s elections in Zimbabwe, a record low turnout that opposition leaders and political analysts called a sign that the nation has lost faith in the ballot box as a means to battle the harsh rule of President Robert Mugabe.
(November 29, 2005) In a sign of growing U.S. animosity toward Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe, a senior U.S. official dismissed as “a nonevent” last weekend’s Senate poll victory by the ruling party in the southern African nation.
(November 28, 2005) President Robert Mugabe’s party in Zimbabwe has won all but seven seats in a controversial new Senate, crushing the challenge posed by a severely weakened opposition party, final results showed on Monday.
(November 28, 2005) President Robert Mugabe tightened his grip on Zimbabwe on Monday with victory in a Senate poll seen by critics as a mere formality, but analysts say low voter turnout showed deepening dissatisfaction with his 25-year rule.
(November 29, 2005) President Robert Mugabe’s ruling Zanu-PF party has cemented its grip on power.
(November 2, 2005) Has Robert Mugabe’s regime become uniquely odious, crossed the threshold of decency, and moved beyond the commercial pale?
(August 5, 2005) Zimbabwean civic groups have expressed outrage at South Africa’s decision “in principle” to bail out President Robert Mugabe’s government and pay off some of its debts.
(August 5, 2005) South Africa has provisionally agreed a US$500 million bailout for Zimbabwe, enough to clear its northern neighbour’s debt with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and leave some change for Harare to buy critically needed food and fuel.
(August 5, 2005) Zimbabwean officials have rejected a crucial South African condition for a financial bale-out for the troubled country, saying they will not resume negotiations with the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
(August 4, 2005) The cabinet has confirmed South Africa’s openness, in principle, to assisting Zimbabwe, including providing a loan facility in relation to Zimbabwe’s obligations to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).