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Zimbabwe leader says compensation only for elderly white farmers

The Zimbabwe government will give priority to elderly white farmers when it starts compensating those who lost their properties during the controversial land reforms, the president said in an interview published Sunday. The finance and agriculture ministries last week said they had budgeted 53 million Zimbabwean dollars ($18 million) in payments to white commercial farmers whose properties were seized nearly 20 years ago under Robert Mugabe. In an interview with the state-owned Sunday Mail new...
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‘Is it OK to still have children?’

‘Is it OK to still have children?’ Is it morally permissible to have children? That question – which should have gone out with “What’s your sign?” or “Who shot J.R.?” in the 1980s – has come roaring back in a United States in which the birthrate continually hits new lows. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez asked the question in a video she posted on social media this weekend. AOC fears that children will degrade the environment through increasing our collective carb...
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Is Zimbabwe the Next Venezuela?

This weekend’s news that protesters were gunned down at Venezuela’s border while pro-regime thugs burned trucks filled with food and medicine demonstrated just how vicious Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship is. But those who wonder how long he can hold on to power while his nation slowly starves might want to visit Zimbabwe, as I did last month, for a sobering lesson.Robert Mugabe became the president of Zimbabwe in April 1980, back when Jimmy Carter was still president. Within two years he had deplo...
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Robert Mugabe Fast Facts

See CNN's Robert Mugabe Fast Facts for a look at the life of the former Zimbabwean president.
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Zimbabwe vice president returns to South Africa for treatment: newspaper

Zimbabwe's Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is receiving treatment in South Africa, the second time in four months, after falling ill last week, a privately owned newspaper reported on Monday. The health of Chiwenga, 62, is closely followed in Zimbabwe because he is widely seen as the power behind President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the front-runner to succeed him. The former military general led the coup that ousted long-time ruler Robert Mugabe in 2017.
Tags: News, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Chiwenga, Constantino Chiwenga


Robert Mugabe’s Long Shadow

The despot of Zimbabwe was ousted in 2017. But much remains of his tyranny and misrule.
Tags: News, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Robert, Murders, Mugabe, Mnangagwa, Emmerson, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Coups D'Etat and Attempted Coups D'Etat


Zimbabwe crackdown could last months, activists fear

Opposition figures are in hiding as arrests and beatings continue. But the anger at Mnangagwa’s regime persistsActivists and lawyers in Zimbabwe fear that the brutal crackdown by security forces will continue “for the foreseeable future” as authorities seek to crush all possible opposition to the ruling Zanu-PF party.Hundreds of activists and opposition officials remain in hiding this weekend after almost two weeks of arbitrary arrests, beatings, rapes and abductions committed by police and mili...
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Zimbabwe crackdown will continue 'for forseeable future', activists fear

Hundreds of opposition figures are in hiding after arbitrary arrests, beatings and rapes by police and militaryActivists and lawyers in Zimbabwe fear that the brutal crackdown by security forces will continue “for the foreseeable future” as authorities seek to crush all possible opposition to the ruling Zanu-PF party.Hundreds of activists and opposition officials remain in hiding this weekend after almost two weeks of arbitrary arrests, beatings, rapes and abductions committed by police and mili...
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Zimbabwe dared to hope. Then the military arrived | Fadzayi Mahere

Robert Mugabe is gone, but the army remains at the centre of our political life. Until that changes, the violence won’t stopLike the fleeting blossom of Jacaranda trees in spring, faith in the government of Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has waned, following another round of state violence towards unarmed citizens.A Harare woman wounded in the leg by a close-range gunshot from a soldier’s gun is ferried in a wheelbarrow to seek medical help. Elsewhere in the capital, a young footballe...
Tags: Hope, Protest, Africa, World news, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Harare, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mnangagwa


Zimbabwe’s government faces off against its tech community over internet restrictions

Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More posts by this contributor Harley Davidson reveals more about its push into electric vehicles Venture capital, global expansion, blockchain and drones characterize African tech in 2018 After days of intermittent blackouts at the order of the Zimbabwe’s Minister of State for National Security, ISPs have restored conn...
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The Guardian view on Zimbabwe’s crackdown: Mugabe went, but the regime lives on | Editorial

The ruthless crushing of protests shows how little has changed since Emmerson Mnangagwa took overPeople do not always want to be proved right. Many Zimbabweans watching the brutal crackdown on protests this weekend were the same people who had celebrated Robert Mugabe’s ousting in 2017. But they had tempered their optimism by warning that only very limited and superficial improvements were likely. They predicted that the successful coup would further embolden the military, and that putting in ch...
Tags: Protest, Africa, World news, Davos, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Mugabe, Cyril Ramaphosa, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mnangagwa


Zimbabwe president ends foreign tour after protests

The crackdown has underlined fears of a return to the violent repression of Robert Mugabe, who was ousted from power by the military 14 months ago
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Socialism and the vicious circle of child marriage

Socialism and the vicious circle of child marriage She was the brightest girl in her class, and 13-year-old Maureen dreamed of an education that would get her out of the poverty that bogged down her hometown of Mudzi, Mashonaland, Zimbabwe. Her parents promised to pay her tuition – but her family hit hard times. Instead, her father married off the young adolescent to a middle-aged man. “When my parents told me about the marriage I couldn’t believe it, bec...
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Zimbabwean activists on run as protests crackdown raises spectre of Mugabe era

Security forces arrest hundreds since ‘stay-at-home’ protest called by unionsHundreds of activists remain in hiding in Zimbabwe, on the fifth day of the worst government crackdown since the ousting of Robert Mugabe.Soldiers and unidentified armed men conducted door-to-door searches in poor areas of cities on Friday, dragging “random” residents out of homes to be beaten and often detained, activists said. The Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights said it had treated 68 cases of gunshot...
Tags: Africa, World news, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights


Bare-handed surgeries as Zimbabwe’s health system collapses

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — A doctors’ strike in Zimbabwe has crippled a health system that was already in intensive care from neglect. It mirrors the state of affairs in a country that was full of promise a year ago with the departure of longtime leader Robert Mugabe but now faces economic collapse. Doctors describe grim […]
Tags: Health, News, Nation, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, HARARE Zimbabwe


South Africa issues arrest warrant for Grace Mugabe

South African authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Grace Mugabe, wife of deposed Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe, over the alleged assault of a South African model in August 2017.
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Zimbabweans protest ‘cocktail of lies’ amid economic decline

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabweans are gathering for a nationwide protest over the country’s economic collapse and what the opposition calls the new government’s “cocktail of lies.” President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration is under growing pressure one year after taking office following the removal of longtime leader Robert Mugabe. Tensions remain high after July’s disputed election […]
Tags: News, Robert Mugabe, HARARE Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Nation & World


Zimbabwe: opposition leaders launch new attempt to share power

Political uncertainty remains as ousted president Mugabe is bedridden and unable to walkOpposition leaders in Zimbabwe say they will launch a new attempt this week to put pressure on the president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, and his ruling Zanu-PF party to share power. Nelson Chamisa, the leader of the Movement for Democratic Change, the main opposition party in the former British colony, said a rally on Thursday in Harare would call for a “transitional authority” to “move the country forward”.
Tags: Africa, World news, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Harare, Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zanu PF, Movement for Democratic Change, Nelson Chamisa


Zimbabwe's Mugabe in Singapore for medical treatment, unable to walk

Former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe has been receiving medical treatment in Singapore for the last two months and is no longer able to walk, though he should return home next week, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Saturday. Mugabe, 94, who ruled the southern African nation for nearly four decades since independence from Britain in 1980, was forced to resign in November 2017 after an army coup. Mnangagwa told ruling ZANU-PF supporters at a rally in Murombedzi, Mugabe's village some 100 k...
Tags: News, Singapore, Britain, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Harare, Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zanu PF, Mnangagwa, Murombedzi Mugabe


Ailing Mugabe now unable to walk, says Zimbabwe president

Zimbabwe's ex-leader Robert Mugabe is in Singapore for medical care and now unable to walk because of ill health and old age, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Saturday. Mnangagwa told his ZANU-PF party supporters at a rally that the 94-year-old Mugabe had been receiving medical care in Singapore for the past two months.
Tags: News, Singapore, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mnangagwa


Zimbabwe’s Mugabe no longer able to walk, president says

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s 94-year-old former president Robert Mugabe is no longer able to walk as his health declines, his successor said Saturday. President Emmerson Mnangagwa told ruling party supporters that Mugabe has been in a hospital in Singapore for the past two months. “He can no longer walk but we will continue to […]
Tags: News, Singapore, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, HARARE Zimbabwe, Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Nation & World


Zimbabwe's Mugabe no longer able to walk, president says

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's 94-year-old former president Robert Mugabe is no longer able to walk as his health declines, his successor said Saturday.
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Robert Mugabe No Longer Able to Walk, Zimbabwean President Says

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s 94-year-old former president, is no longer able to walk, his successor said Saturday. Mugabe has been receiving treatment in a Singapore hospital for the past two months, President Emmerson Mnangagwa told ruling party supporters in Murombedzi, 110 kilometres (68 miles) west of the capital, Harare. Mugabe had been due to return Oct. 15, but is now expected back next week. “We have just received a message that he is much better now and will return on November 30. He can n...
Tags: News, Singapore, Robert Mugabe, Harare, Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mnangagwa, Robert Mugabe Zimbabwe, Murombedzi


The Year of the Crocodile

It’s been exactly a year since Robert Mugabe resigned, but Zimbabwe is still the house that Bob built
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Zimbabwe: The year since Mugabe's ousting

​Here is a summary of key developments since Robert Mugabe was ousted as president of Zimbabwe a year ago
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Zimbabwe: the year since Mugabe's ousting

Here is a summary of key developments since Robert Mugabe was ousted as president of Zimbabwe a year ago after 37 years in charge of the southern African country. Military generals had seized power days earlier after he fired Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, amid concern Mugabe was positioning his wife Grace to succeed him. Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe from South Africa the following day, having fled after his dismissal two weeks earlier.
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1 year after Mugabe fall, Zimbabwe asks ‘What has changed?’

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — One year ago the unthinkable happened in Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe fell from power after 37 years in power. Tanks rolled in the streets of the capital, Harare, and the military put Mugabe under house arrest, in reaction to Mugabe’s firing of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans danced […]
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Zimbabwe's economic crisis will deepen without aid, ruling party warns

Petrol, food and medicine shortages bite as Zanu-PF faces consequences of decades of misrule by Robert MugabeZimbabwe will plunge further into economic crisis unless international lenders provide aid to the heavily indebted former British colony, senior officials from the Zanu-PF ruling party have said.In recent days, some vital commodities have become scarce, with motorists in Harare, the capital, spending a night in their cars in queues outside petrol stations, supermarkets rationing purchases...
Tags: Africa, World news, Aid, Global development, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Harare, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zanu PF, Robert MugabeZimbabwe


Zimbabwe needs aid to prevent further crisis, warns ruling party

Petrol, food and medicine shortages bite as country deals with legacy of Robert MugabeZimbabwe will plunge further into economic crisis unless international lenders provide aid to the heavily indebted former British colony, senior officials from the Zanu-PF ruling party have said.In recent days, some vital commodities have become scarce, with motorists in Harare, the capital, spending a night in their cars in queues outside petrol stations, supermarkets rationing purchases or shutting entirely, ...
Tags: Africa, World news, Aid, Global development, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Harare, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zanu PF, Robert MugabeZimbabwe


Archbishop John Sentamu will retire in 2020

From Anglican News: The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, will retire on 7 June 2020 – Trinity Sunday – three days ahead of his 71st birthday, it was announced today. Church of England clergy are required to retire at the age of 70, but the Queen, as Supreme Governor of the Church of England, has the power in her discretion to extend that for up to one year if she considers that there are special circumstances which make it desirable to do so. Before he retires, Archbishop Sentamu will take p...
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