How Zimbabweans Navigated Their Way Around An Internet Shutdown

By Kudzayi Zvinavashe It’s almost midnight in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare and a few colleagues casually joke how they spent their day in different parts of Europe over drinks. It’s a conversation that could be a perfect fit in a billionaire’s club except that these chaps are typical Zimbabweans; struggling to make ends meet against a …

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Zimbabwe Protests Are Over But Uncertainty Lingers

By Divine Dube A military crackdown compounded by a partial internet black-out has ended violent protests triggered by fuel price hikes announced by Zimbabwe President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, but “nothing has changed” after the country’s historic shutdown which stretched for close to a week, analysts say. Zimbabwe’s mass protests, dubbed “the shutdown,” began Monday this week …

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Zimbabwe Fuel Protests: Bulawayo Turns Into Ghost City

By Divine Dube  BULAWAYO: Although government authorities ordered civil servants and the generality of Zimbabweans to go back to work Thursday (today), the city remains largely quiet with no movement as the country’s crippling shut down reaches the fourth day. What further exacerbates uncertainty over the shutdown is that the internet remains jammed and most …

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Contribute To The Finance (No.2) Bill, 2018

On Friday, 19 October 2018, the Clerk of Parliament gazetted the Finance (No. 2) Bill, H.B. 9, 2018. Section 141 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that Parliament must:         (a) Facilitate public involvement in its legislative and other processes of its Committees;        (b) Ensure that interested and affected parties are consulted about Bills being  considered  by Parliament, unless such consultation is inappropriate …

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DOWNLOAD | Full Report | Commission of Inquiry in to Post Election Violence On 1 August 2018

DOWNLOADS Final Report of the Commission of Inquiry 18 DEC 18 Transcript Consolidated Commission of Inquiry in to Post-violence 1 August 2018 Final EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Zimbabwe held its national elections on the 30th of July 2018. The electoral process was generally peaceful until the 1st of August 2018, when many demonstrators took to the streets …

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Don’t try this at home! patients warned on Magaya AIDS cure claims

Walter Magaya unveiling Aguma, which he claims heals HIV and AIDS, Picture Credit Newsday By Watmore Makokoba Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights ( ZADHR) has warned HIV and AIDS patients against abandoning anti-retroviral drugs and relying on yet to be medically proved new wonder cure for the pandemic unveiled by PHD Ministries Walter Magaya. The famous Zimbabwean Prophet announced God […]

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