Special Edition: Sanctioned Countries Speak Out On COVID-19

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

On May 9, 2020, the Sanctions Kill coalition based in the United States held the first in a series of webinars on the United States' illegal economic coercive measures imposed on 39 countries and [...]

The White Lobby: When The U.S. Was Sanctions-Buster Extraordinaire

By Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.), Popular Resistance. -

The bullet holes were what stuck with me.  I visited the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina during the summer of 2016, at the head of the West Point civil [...]

Zimbabwe: Protests Over Coronavirus Fears

By MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters. -

Customs officials at the country’s biggest airport have also stopped reporting for work, fearing exposure to the coronavirus and a lack of measures to prevent its spread, their union said. The [...]

2019 Protests From North, West, East And Southern Africa

2019 had her fair share of protests from North, West, East and Southern Africa. The reasons for these protests were largely political, followed by economic and then demand for human rights in [...]

What Really Happened In Zimbabwe

By David Adams, Decade-culture-of-peace.org -

At one point they describe his seizure of white-owned farms. “By 1998, although Mr. Mugabe had promised new land for 162,000 black families, only 71,000 white households had been resettled. Then [...]

Zimbabwe Opposition Official Arrested Over Protests

By Staff, News.yahoo.com -

Harare (AFP) - A senior official of Zimbabwe's main opposition party has been arrested for failing to stop an outlawed protest, the party said Friday. Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) [...]

How Can Movements Effectively Counter Co-Optation?

By Farai Maguwu and Gabriel Dayley, Nonviolent-conflict.org -

In June 2018, residents of Marange—a region in Zimbabwe known for one of the world’s largest diamond deposits—planned a major demonstration at the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) [...]

Zimbabwe: Cyclone Idai, Sanctions And Capitalism

By Mafa Kwanisai Mafa, Socialistorganizer.com -

About a month ago Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique were devastated by a tropical cyclone that was described by the United Nations as one of the worst disasters ever to strike the Southern [...]

Zimbabwe Witnessing An Elite Transition As Economic Meltdown Looms

By Patrick Bond, counterpunch.org -

By Patrick Bond for Counter Punch - In Harare, Bulawayo and smaller Zimbabwean cities, hundreds of thousands of citizens joyfully took to the streets on Saturday, November 18, approving a [...]

Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe Sidelined By Military Coup

By Bruce A. Dixon, blackagendareport.com -

By Bruce A. Dixon for Black Agenda Report - Amid some brief gunfire and few explosions military spokespeople in Zimbabwe declared Wednesday that President Robert Mugabe and his wife were safely [...]

The High Price Of Desertification: 23 Hectares Of Land A Minute

By Busani Bafana, www.ipsnews.net -

By Busani Bafana for IPS - BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, Jun 15 2017 (IPS) - Urban farmer Margaret Gauti Mpofu would do anything to protect the productivity of her land. Healthy soil means she is assured [...]

Zimbabwe Activist Missing After Abduction In Unmarked Truck

By David Smith, www.theguardian.com -

Fears are growing for the safety of a political activist in Zimbabwe reported to have been abducted by five unidentified men almost a week ago and bundled into an unmarked truck near his [...]

Journalist Continues With ‘Occupy Africa Unity Square’ Protest

By Nehanda Radio, www.nehandaradio.com -

Dzamara who is the editor of The News Leader newspaper was arrested Friday after he called on President Robert Mugabe to step down in a petition that was delivered to the presidential Munhumutapa [...]