Zimbabwe turns 40, but with a collapsed health system
Army should be part of the dialogue says Chamisa
By Marshall Bwanya As Zimbabwe turns 40 today, doctors and other medical practitioners have bemoaned the collapsed state of the health sector in the country which they attribute to a deliberate lack of investment by government in the past decades. The health sector in Zimbabwe is hugely dependent on development partners, donors and foreign governments …
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Who says sanctions on Zimbabwe are illegal?
By Marshall Bwanya MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says the country’s military must be included in the political dialogue as a way of addressing concerns and allaying their fears. The military which ousted former President Robert Mugabe through Operation Restore Legacy in November 2017 is believed to be holding the most important key to the country’s …
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DCN Africa condemns Zim’s internet shutdown
Courtesy of Veritas Zimbabwe [Bill Watch] Sanctions against Zimbabwe Introduction The subject of sanctions is in everyone’s mind as the government has declared today (25/10/2019) a public holiday to mark anti-sanctions day. The SADC summit of August 2019 in Tanzania declared 25th October as the day on which “SADC Member States can collectively voice their …
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LATEST : 3 Sticky Points Emerge As Zimbabwe Tries To Transition From Mugabe To Mnangagwa
By Daniel Chigundu Digital Communication Network (DCN) Africa has condemned the recent internet shutdown in Zimbabwe adding that it is nothing short of human rights violations and a ploy to cripple journalists from effectively doing their work. The Zimbabwean government imposed a total internet shutdown as a way of preventing transmission of information on the …
Zim War Vets Celebrate Military Operation. Should We Be Worried?
By Staff Reporter According to media mogul Trevor Ncube who seems to have close source to the millitary takeover hapening in Zimbabwe right now 3 sticky points have emerged as the Zimbabwe National Army tries to move swiftly to transition from the military stand off back to order. 1. Father Fidelis Mukonori who is close to President Mugabe has been central to negotiations between him …
By Wisdom Mumera War veterans aligned to expelled former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa have hailed the military operation which has confined President Mugabe to his residents saying its a corrective move to take back the captured state. As a going forward mechanism they have called for a Transitional government in a move likely to be well-received by the opposition some of whom, like PDP leader …