Farai Chirimumimba is a freelance journalist specialising on writing on democracy, gender and peacebuilding. He has written for Democracy Chronicles based in New York, United States. In addition, Farai is the curator of @AfricaElects a Twitter handle that provides latest news of interest about elections in Africa.
This year marks 38 years of ZANU-PF rule. What has the party achieved for the country? Where is the country going? All this questions are answered as we approached 100 days of the new political dispensation.
The coming in of President Emmerson Mnangagwa raises questions on whether he is sincere that he will strive to rebuild the economy. A economy that he was part of when it collapsed.
The opposition band civil society have been fighting for electoral reforms in Zimbabwe for several years. The ruling ZANU-PF party has not been keen in this regard. Opposition need to employ non violent strategies to force for reforms that result in free and credible elections.
Despite making more than half of the population in Africa, youths are elusive when it comes to voting for their leaders.
Two term presidential limit is under threat in Africa has more and more presidents are tampering with the Constitutions to remain in power
Harare, Zimbabwe Current Affairs January 31 @ 12:00am
Violence has been woven through the intricate fabric of Zimbabwe’s political history in various forms which include murder, beatings, rape, death threats, abductions, arbitrary arrests, torture, forced displacement, property damage, harassment, intimidation and terror. It has been used as the weapon... Read more