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The Vigil seldom agrees with The Herald but we do have some sympathy with the paper’s scepticism about the naïve remarks made by Britain’s new Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Catriona Laing. ‘Obviously he’s an iconic figure’, she told The Herald. ‘He is one of the few presidents in...

Anyone who has seen pictures of the teeming crowds of pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong will be impressed by their determination and courage. The...

The Vigil notes Mugabe’s restatement of his attitude towards the ‘evil’ donors who are trying to educate our children, maintain some semblance...

People running away in fear: it must have seemed like old times for Zanu PF Minister Christopher Mutsvangwa. Except this time it was the former CIO...

As Mugabe and top ministers converged on Beijing in a desperate appeal for a financial bailout, the Vigil was alerted to indications that an illegal...

The Vigil is heartened by signs that people are beginning to accept that an all-embracing national dialogue is the only way forward to prevent chaos...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 5th July 2014 The Home Office has apologised to the Vigil for comments made by an official in a letter turning down an asylum...

The Zimbabwe Action Forum (ZAF), meeting after the Saturday Vigil, condemned pro-Mugabe comments by the EU’s Ambassador to Harare Aldo Dell’Ariccia....

Everyone who wishes Zimbabwe well must be worried at indications that Zanu PF, desperate for money to keep afloat, is preparing to mortgage the country’s...

A well-attended meeting of the Zimbabwe Action Forum (ZAF) held after the Vigil appointed an interim committee to further the diaspora initiative offering...