Stories about Zimbabwe from November, 2006
With the rainy season now underway in Zimbabwe, most of the nation's time and attention is given to pontificating and prognosticating what the agricultural prospects have in store for us. Like many other agro-based economies, the measure of a good (or bad year) is based on the nation's agricultural production....
A Zimbabwean filmmaker, Tawanda Gunda Mupengo, wins first prize at the Dakar Film Festival for his short film, Spell My Name, “The film is about a young albino girl sexually abused by the headmaster of her school and a young teacher who stands up to protect her.”
Zimbabwean women left to die a silent death, writes This is Zimbabwe. This quote from a government minister might explain something: “We would be better off with only six million people, with our own people who support the liberation struggle; we don’t want all these extra people.”
Writing about Al Jazeera English's license to operate in Zimbabwe, Blake Lambert asks, “Precisely what are the terms of Al Jazeera English’s license to operate a bureau in Zimbabwe?”
It has been a busy two weeks in Zimbabwe. The major headline out of Zimbabwe over the last two weeks was the submission to President Mugabe of a vision document drawn up by Zimbabwe's churchleaders titled “The Zimbabwe We Want: Towards A National Vision for Zimbabwe“. Kubatana Blogs has a...
Sokhwanele compares Zanu PF‘s election promises with reality on the ground in Zimbabwe.
Gospel according to Botha and Bob.