Sport Proves We Are Peaceful People

[The Herald] SPORT plays a very important role in our society and, in these days when our gallant military’s call for all sectors in the country to function normally in the wake of their intervention to ensure our beloved nation doesn’t slip into the a…

[The Herald] SPORT plays a very important role in our society and, in these days when our gallant military's call for all sectors in the country to function normally in the wake of their intervention to ensure our beloved nation doesn't slip into the abyss, it's refreshing to note that our sporting disciplines are playing their part.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

China, U.S. ‘Optimistic’

[The Herald] The international community has continued to react to the Zimbabwean situation with the United States of America saying the country has a chance to chart a new path, while China said the political situation required a legal framework to ma…

[The Herald] The international community has continued to react to the Zimbabwean situation with the United States of America saying the country has a chance to chart a new path, while China said the political situation required a legal framework to map the way forward.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

So What Is China’s Stand on the Coup?

[The Herald] IN the wake of the intervention by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces into the affairs of Zanu-PF ostensibly to, in their own words, to pacify a degenerating political, social and economic situation in our country which if not addressed may have …

[The Herald] IN the wake of the intervention by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces into the affairs of Zanu-PF ostensibly to, in their own words, to pacify a degenerating political, social and economic situation in our country which if not addressed may have resulted in violent conflict; there have been various theories and conspiracy theories as to what led to the intervention and those involved. Below we reproduce reactions from the Chinese government, which has been accused in some quarters of complicity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Who Will Rule Next? Mnangagwa? Sekeramayi?

[African Arguments] Many in Zimbabwe and beyond are talking about the events of the past 48 hours as if it marks the start of a profound political transformation. This is misjudged.

[African Arguments] Many in Zimbabwe and beyond are talking about the events of the past 48 hours as if it marks the start of a profound political transformation. This is misjudged.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Call for Peace, Stability and Respect for the Sanctity of Human Life

[Kubatana.net] The National Association of Non Governmental Organisations (NANGO), the umbrella body of NGOs operating in Zimbabwe, notes with concern the current political developments in the nation, which impacts on the peace and stability of the cou…

[Kubatana.net] The National Association of Non Governmental Organisations (NANGO), the umbrella body of NGOs operating in Zimbabwe, notes with concern the current political developments in the nation, which impacts on the peace and stability of the country. We call on all stakeholders to remain focused, composed and guided by the Constitution. Zimbabweans are a peace-loving people, a heritage that we cherish.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s Military Coup in Perspective

[263Chat] Regardless of statements by Zimbabwe’s military leaders, a coup d’etat has taken place. Some Zimbabweans are already openly celebrating the removal or President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled the country since 1980. How did this military coup c…

[263Chat] Regardless of statements by Zimbabwe's military leaders, a coup d'etat has taken place. Some Zimbabweans are already openly celebrating the removal or President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled the country since 1980. How did this military coup come about? What can we expect in the coming months?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Is Zim’s Revolution At Crossroads?

[The Herald] It is common cause and obligatory under Zimbabwe’s supreme law for individuals as well as legal institutions to nurture the revolution that secured Zimbabwe from a foreign ruing culture by zealously protecting the social, political and eco…

[The Herald] It is common cause and obligatory under Zimbabwe's supreme law for individuals as well as legal institutions to nurture the revolution that secured Zimbabwe from a foreign ruing culture by zealously protecting the social, political and economic derivatives of the armed struggle in which our people paid the supreme price for freedom and independence that we now enjoy today.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Turns Against Mugabe, Grace

[The Herald] EIGHT out of 10 Zanu-PF provinces yesterday held Provincial Coordination Committee meetings that resolved to call for the resignation of First Secretary and President Cde Robert Mugabe failing which he should recalled from Government for r…

[The Herald] EIGHT out of 10 Zanu-PF provinces yesterday held Provincial Coordination Committee meetings that resolved to call for the resignation of First Secretary and President Cde Robert Mugabe failing which he should recalled from Government for reasons of incapacitation and losing control of the party to his wife, Dr Grace Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe