“Good ideas are common —what’s uncommon are people who will work hard enough to bring them about.” — Ashleigh Brilliant
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Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI-Z) is deeply concerned by recent events surrounding the voter registration process
When analysing the post 90s struggles for democratisation and where Zimbabwe is now, Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry may aptly relate to our current situation
The Zimbabwe Election Support Network is calling on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to accredit civic society organisations for voter education
Hunger remains rampant within our nation. However, the build-up to Zimbabwe’s watershed elections has consumed local and foreign press.
As the MDC policy conference is almost around the corner, it is important to look at one of the most controversial issue of land and agricultural policy.
Zimbabwe is suffering from confidence crisis as can be witnessed by the extent to which citizens approach the different public bodies for information.
Many Zimbabweans have begun to ask if there is a way, or ways, to move the country forward regardless of the bad politics.
While as a human rights activist of more than five years now I could not agree more with the wise statement that human beings are inherently political animals
Zimbabwe on Friday joined other countries in marking World Press Freedom Day but there was little to cheer for local journalists.