Stories about Zimbabwe from September, 2005
Top opposition political adviser Eddie Cross, guest-blogging on Zimbabwean Pundit, looks at the moribund state of the political opposition in Burma (Myanmar) after 17 years of campaigning for change, and...
Zimpundit comments on the decision of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) to field candidates for forthcoming senate elections in Zimbabwe; gloomily he cites a proverb from his birthplace...
Zimpundit gives a long and detailed round-up of the latest news from Zimbabwe's scandal-hit ruling party.
Commentary.co.za wryly notes a recent comment from Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe: “We have heaps of potatoes but [the] people [of Zimbabwe] are not potato eaters.”
“Who will remember Memory?”, asks Faithful at Sokwanele, referring to the baby daughter of a Zimbabwean man whose home was destroyed by the government of President Robert Mugabe.
Zimpundit rails against the beating by a gang of armed men of white farm manager Allan Warner, quoting Martin Luther King Jr.: “Are we any better than they are if...
Zimpundit warns the Zimbabwean government that it faces “impending rage” from its people, and highlights rumors that President Robert Mugabe is preparing the ground to stay on past his promised...
Zimpundit deconstructs his country's political drama (“the drama that is no longer a drama”), President Robert Mugabe's visit to the United Nations, and consequently his own political commentary.
Sokwanele Civic Action posts a story about a Christian activist engaged in helping forced evictees in Matabeleland, who has a brush with the law, with a somewhat unexpected outcome.
Zimpundit posts an analysis by top political adviser Eddie Cross on Zimbabwe's chances of getting kicked out of the International Monetary Fund for not servicing its debts.
Black Star Journal, commenting on the recent constitutional amendments in Zimbabwe, says the government of President Robert Mugabe has turned the country into “one, giant prison camp”.
Human Rights Watch releases a statement on its new report into recent events in Zimbabwe, saying that the government of President Robert Mugabe has violated the human rights of hundreds...
Zimpundit interviews people on the streets of Harare about the government's recent move to double fuel prices, and its impact on their daily lives.
Zimpundit points out that the Zimbabwean finance minister is a proponent of free-market economic policies, and is trying to persuade President Robert Mugabe to try freeing prices.
Zimpundit analyses the decision by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to make a debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund.
Cane Rat, writing on the Sokwanele Civic Action Support Group blog, likens Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to Hitler just before he lost the war.