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Grace without Mugabe?


Once upon a time, Grace Marufu found herself in a position where she was lucky enough to work as a secretary in the President’s office. This then secretary caught President Mugabe’s attention with the encounter progressing into a romantic relationship. The relationship developed even further as the two went on to have children and the […]

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Don’t blame the youths for their indifference towards Independence Day


By mentioning places like the National Heroes Acre, Nyadzonia, Wha Wha and Sikombela, Zimbabwe’s state media has tried to sensationalise Independence Day that falls on 18th April. Other countries have these national monuments where they honour the heroes and heroins who sacrificed for their countries like the USA has the Arlington National Cemetery which have […]

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The Zimbabwe 2013 Presidential Election Results


President Robert Gabriel Mugabe has been officially declared the winner of the 2013 harmonised elections and effectively giving him a seventh term in office. The official Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) results are as follows: Election Results: Robert Mugabe: 2 110 434 votes – 61,09% Morgan Tsvangirai: 1 172 349 votes – 33,94% Welshman Ncube: 92 […]

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Widespread Human Rights Violations Threaten Elections in Zimbabwe

FULL REPORT: PRESS STATEMENT With just weeks to go before a watershed election, a political atmosphere of intimidation and violence has taken hold in Zimbabwe. Rather than promoting an environment in which civic participation and political tolerance are encouraged, the government of Zimbabwe has engaged in a systematic crackdown on civil society and the human […]

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