Elections in Zimbabwe: A Day to Remember?

July 30, 2013

The elections in Zimbabwe might mark the end of Mugabe. Zimbabwe is approaching the historic date that will mark a new era for the country. On July 31, the last chapter of the power sharing saga will come to an end with the long awaited presidential and parliamentary elections taking...

Zimbabwe: Under a Dark Shadow

June 27, 2013

As July 31 draws near, Zimbabwe is marred by a rising fear of uncertainty. Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court, the highest court in the country, has ruled that presidential and parliamentary elections must be held by July 31. The announcement was rejected by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai,...

Zimbabwe Four Years On: Heading in the Right Direction?

December 12, 2012

The Zimbabwean power sharing agreement of 2008 was hailed as a stepping stone to future improvements in this troubled country. But four years on, changes have occurred in Zimbabwe. Now to Africa and the world, the question that remains is whether the country is heading in the right...