Across the world, the power of youth votes of is increasingly being noticed. In the recent United States election, the Bernie Sanders campaign started drawing media attention for its appeal with the youth voters.
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But the recent British election provides the biggest lessons for
Social movements in Zimbabwe have vowed to continue piling pressure on the President Robert Mugabe led government to deliver on socio-economic and political reforms ahead of the 2018 elections.
Addressing a joint press conference in Harare today, leader of #ThisFlag movement, Pastor Evan Mawarire said the
Following the breakup of the Central African Federation in 1963, Britain granted independence to its former colonies, Northern Rhodesia, which became Zambia, and Nyasaland now Malawi. Southern Rhodesia declared a Unilateral Declaration of Independence under Ian Douglas Smith and majority rule only coming in 1980.
HARARE Magistrate Josephine Sande on Thursday 09 March 2017 set free pro-democracy activist Promise Mkwananzi after removing him from remand as State witnesses failed to turn up in court to testify against him.
Mkwananzi was arrested last year and charged with public violence as defined in
On the 24th of August 2016, we went to bed with images of violence erupting in Harare. Whilst this is a show of how citizens have been dragged to the edge, I am convinced it is not the best route to take. Unfortunately, you do
In a move that will likely set him on a collision course with opposition parties and civic groups intensely campaigning against the introduction of bond notes, the newly elected Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency, Temba Mliswa believes marching against Zimbabwe’s contested currency is misplaced.
Civic organisations in Zimbabwe have condemned the planned introduction of bond notes saying the move will worsen the country's economic situation as they do not add any value to the nation.
During a meeting organised by Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, ZimRights Director, Okay Machisa said, “The
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor, Dr John Mangudya has sensationally claimed that he will resign if bond notes fail to resuscitate Zimbabwe crippling economy.
The central bank governor made the remarks on Friday when he met members of #Tajamuka movement, after they petitioned him not to