Tendai Marima

Tendai Marima

Africa

Zimbabwe soldiers patrol streets after deadly protests

At least five dead in latest demonstrations that erupted after government hiked fuel prices by 150 percent.

Zimbabwe soldiers patrol streets after deadly protests

Zimbabwe

Angry Zimbabweans riot after 150 percent fuel price rise imposed

Demonstrators block major roads, loot shops after President Mnangagwa's announcement sharply raising petrol prices.

Angry Zimbabweans riot after 150 percent fuel price rise imposed

Africa

A year after Mugabe, hopes for a new Zimbabwe still low

With fears of economic collapse and deepening divisions, government will have to act much faster on its promises.

A year after Mugabe, hopes for a new Zimbabwe still low

Zimbabwe

Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout

Long queues at petrol stations are common in Bulawayo and people are panicked, but Mnangagwa attempts to ease concerns.

Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout

Zimbabwe

Cholera crisis signals deeper problems for Zimbabwe

At least 45 dead in cholera outbreak linked to Harare's dilapidated sanitation and water infrastructure.

Cholera crisis signals deeper problems for Zimbabwe

Africa

Amid poll restrictions, Eswatini activists hope for change

Country formerly known as Swaziland set to hold elections but democracy activists question fairness of poll system.

Amid poll restrictions, Eswatini activists hope for change

Emmerson Mnangagwa

A new dawn or more of the same for Zimbabwe?

Many Zimbabweans hope inauguration will usher in new era but critics raise concerns over Mnangagwa's ties to old guard.

A new dawn or more of the same for Zimbabwe?

Africa

After polls, Zimbabweans anxiously hope for a new era

On the brink of a new chapter, Zimbabwe may struggle to find its feet as yet another election dispute unfolds.

After polls, Zimbabweans anxiously hope for a new era

Africa

South Sudan's internally displaced create own system of justice

While peace and justice stalls, South Sudan's internally displaced are finding their own solutions.

South Sudan's internally displaced create own system of justice

Zimbabwe

Tensions rise as Zimbabwe opposition casts doubt on fair election

Government insists poll will be free and credible but opposition raises questions over postal vote and electoral body.

Tensions rise as Zimbabwe opposition casts doubt on fair election

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF and the security fears shaping run-up to poll

Security fears are high in Zimbabwe after attack on President Mnangagwa's rally as country prepares to vote in July.

Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF and the security fears shaping run-up to poll

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa fears poll violence

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa says bomb attack on Zanu-PF rally shows 'things can turn ugly' ahead of July 30 polls.

Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa fears poll violence