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Zimbabwe Watch Zimbabwe creates a second chance for democracy
The dramatic events of the last week in Zimbabwe once again showed that in politics a week can be a very long time and change the fortunes of people and individuals forever. Like
20 Nov 2017 - G. C.
Economic Watch Ugly face of radical economic transformation
Globally economies are in transition, and in need of transformation, but the solution proposed by a top SA government adviser represents the ugly face of ‘radical economic
08 May 2017 - I. T.
Political Economy - Opinion South Africa emulating the Zimbabwe template?
The unfolding political and economic developments in South Africa is showing signs of edging ever closer to a Zimbabwe scenario as the president and the ruling party comes under
09 Apr 2017 - G. C.
Media Watch How social media and human nature have spawned hoaxes and hate-mongering
Social media is increasingly influencing the way we consume news and has already produced an epidemic of misinformation, hoaxes and hate-mongering that threatens the vision of an
17 Jan 2017
Africa Watch Mugabe’s image takes a serious knock in Africa
Analysts say President Robert Mugabe’s decision to cling on to power despite his advanced age and his country’s waning fortunes has now stretched his South African
07 Oct 2016 - G. C.
Zimbabwe Watch
The response of Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe to challenges to his leadership is, in many ways, similar to that of his former friend and ally, the Romanian dictator Nicolae
06 Aug 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch Final throw of the dice for Mugabe?
President Robert Mugabe survived many past threats to his rule in Zimbabwe, but this time he might have reached a bridge too far. There are also serious implications for South
07 Jul 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa after 22 years of freedom
South Africa has two examples on its doorstep to measure itself against after 22 years of democracy – Zimbabwe and Namibia. Last week South Africa celebrated the 22nd year
29 Apr 2016
Land Reform Zimbabwe’s unexpected U-turn on the land issue
 South Africa would do well to take a hard look at the latest development on the land redistribution issue in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe’s minister of finance announced a
17 Mar 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch President Mugabe’s parliamentary gaffe
President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe’s latest gaffe in parliament might become the final turning point in the growing pressure to force him out of office: a bridge, or rather
27 Sep 2015 - G. C.




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