Acting Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa says there is a real threat on his safety and security after numerous attempts on his life.
As the body of Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader awaits repatriation home for burial, his party already faces nasty power struggles to replace a man praised by both allies and rivals for his tenacious fight for democracy.
The absence of a party leader and a clear succession path often leads to political parties losing political direction.
Zimbabwe’s first executive president Robert Mugabe may be gone, but the Mugabe state lives on, argues Martin Meredith in the March/April 2018 issue of the magazine Foreign Affairs.
The monetary policy statement (MPS) predicated on the fiction that the local bond note currency is worth the same as the international dollar must be interpreted with due circumspection, if not outright cynicism.