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‘Zim women shun politics’

Violence and a deeply chauvinistic society are locking middle-aged women out of politics in Zimbabwe, a new survey has found. The study, by the Research and Advocacy Unit (RAU), found that women are more politics averse than men. The…
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Surging violence unsettling

At least 68 civil society organisations (CSOs) have reported a sharp rise in incidents of politically-motivated violence, intimidation and human rights abuses across the country, as Zimbabwe swings into election mode. This is despite…
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Civil society weak and confused: Majome

Harare - Civil Society Organisations were on Tuesday castigated for being divided and weak during the constitution making process rendering the whole exercise a failure, especially in raising public awareness about the draft constitution.
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How do we unblock the Zimbabwe crisis?

Since the signing of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) in September 2008 and the setting in place of the Inclusive Government (IG) in February 2009, Zimbabwe has been stuck with the inevitable consequences of a dysfunctional peace…
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Zanu PF afraid of the power of new media

Facebook is currently the most accessed site by Zimbabweans, with over 900 000 users reported in October 2011. However, out of fear of the rising power of the new media, ZANU PF has used both human and financial resources to increase cyber-…
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