Innocent Mujeri

Recent elections in Zimbabwe have once again ignited debates surrounding the credibility and impartiality of election observers. Particularly in the spotlight is Nevers Mumba, Head of the Southern African Development Community Electoral Observation Mission (SEOM). Mumba's report has not only been criticized for bias, but also a key tool in the West’s new strategy of weaponising election observation to cause regime change in Zimbabwe. The weaponisation of observer missions undermines democracy by trivialising the will of the people and giving undue weight to trivial issues.

Grace Zvavamwe

When young people are marginalized or disengaged from political processes, it means a significant portion of the population has little to no voice or influence in the decision making processes that affect them.

Staff Reporter

Thе еngagеmеnt and rе-еngagеmеnt policy has bееn in thе forеfront of Zimbabwеan diplomacy. Thе Zimbabwеan Govеrnmеnt in 2017 announcеd that it will try to rе-еngagе and engage countries that once had relations with Zimbabwe and other new states.

Innocent Mujeri

On 30 May 1998, South Africa’s first democratically elected President; Nelson Mandela received an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Kwa Zulu Natal. On that day, he extensively spoke on youth participation in politics. President Mandela was quoted saying, ‘the future belongs to our youth. As some of us near the end of our political careers, younger people must take over.

By Rutendo Jiri

Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) is making frivolous allegations that, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), is intentionally banning its rallies ahead of the 2023 elections.