Zimbabwe’s misery is largely the product of State repression. Its security agencies have been involved in incidents that have targeted the opposition.
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Robert Mugabe was one of the leaders of national liberation movements against white-minority rule in Zimbabwe. He was elected in 1980 and never relinquished power. He was pushed out in a soft coup in 2017 and died in 2019. Also see our articles on Zimbabwe or Africa.
A thrilling book on Zimbabwe’s Operation Restore Legacy published
U.S based author publishes thrilling book on Zimbabwe 2017 coup. “Two Weeks in November: the Astonishing Untold Story of the Operation that Toppled Mugabe”.
Suitcase Full of Cash Stolen From Mugabe’s Residence
Three people have appeared in court facing charges of stealing $150,000 from former president Mugabe’s homestead in Zvimba communal lands, Mashonaland West.
Zimbabwe Marks One Year After Dictator Mugabe’s Ouster
Zimbabweans say not much has changed since then, despite vows by new President Emmerson Mnangagwa to allow more freedoms and fix the economy.
The Zimbabwe Coup: One Year Later, a Country Failing to Move On
Very few details have emerged about the coup, as the government has tried to keep a tight lid on information. What we do know, however, raises a great number of suspicions.
Mugabe Now Backs Mnangagwa As Legitimate Zimbabwe President
Zimbabwe’s Mugabe accepts Mnangagwa as country’s legitimate leader after accusing him of leading a coup that ended his near four-decades rule last year.
Is Mnangagwa Zimbabwe’s New Democrat?
In his speech on Monday, Mnangagwa urged the nation to move ahead and put the election period behind. If this means not punishing military excesses during the recent PEV then Mnangagwa a democrat will continue to be doubtful.
Zimbabweans Vote in First Post-Coup Elections
Zimbabweans vote in first post-coup elections. The general elections mark a turning point in the country’s political history. The spectre of Mugabe’s rule hovers over all.
Guess Who’s Still a Factor in Zimbabwe’s Election? Mugabe
The 94-year-old Mugabe who led the nation through 37 years has emerged as a player ahead of the July 30 vote
After Mugabe, How Free and Fair Will Zimbabwe’s Vote Be?
Government promises a free and fair vote and the military says it won’t stray from the barracks