By Dr. Japhet M. Zwana The next elections in Zimbabwe (slated for 2013) will be held under a new constitution which, ideally, should usher in a new season of democratic governance. Supposedly, the new constitution will guarantee human, civil, political, and media rights, as well as strengthen Parliament and curtail Presidential power. But the new […]

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By Mfanyana (Guest Columnist) Being one of the most notable tyrants in Africa, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has reacted not unexpectedly to the current events in North Africa. When asked about developments in Libya, Mugabe’s response has been that Libya is stable but for a smattering of disturbances in the outlying areas. Since he is […]

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“We are not looking at the past for vengeance purposes, but to guide us as we work out our future.”
Mrs. Sekai Holland, Minister of State in the Organ for National Healing and Reconciliation.

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