‘President’ serves as an unofficial sequel to the documentary ‘Democrats’, a 2014 Danish documentary about the contentious 2008 election in Zimbabwe and the subsequent coalition’s attempts to redraft the country’s constitution.
As the latest land expropriation bill is gazetted, the government says that fears around Zimbabwe-style land grabs are unfounded.
This is hands down the best ‘Jerusalema’ Dance Challenge video that you will see this week.
Whilst Zimbabweans continue to suffer at the hands of a brutal regime, President Ramaphosa talks of “recent reports of difficulties”.
Costing a cool R37 million, the fence, found around Beitbridge, has already become a laughing stock and has failed dismally to curb the influx of people and illegal trade.
Robert Mugabe’s estate has been registered, giving us a look at the assets he amassed while he was running (and ruining) Zimbabwe.
Both white farmers and Zanu PF party loyalists are not happy with Zimbabwe’s plan to compensate those who had their land seized.
Zimbabwe has decided to compensate the white commercial farmers whose land was expropriated in the early 2000s.
More than 120 people have died, and many more are missing, after Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique and Zimbabwe with flash floods and extreme weather.
Zim – systematic torture. Agrizzi gives names. Trump alters photos to look thinner. Full Oscar nominations. Nudes leaked. Angry virgin arrested. Is black pepper healthy? Bikini hiker freezes to death. Footballer plane missing. Chris Brown rape accusations.
Zim – ‘this is worse than Mugabe.’ More Bosasa bombshells. Earl Rose in court. WhatsApp changes. Who are the Watson brothers? Massive DJI fraud. Tree man. Good news for taller women. Truth behind Blue Whale ‘suicide game’. Oscar nominations.
I’m sure many of us have had an extra helping or two of cough medicine now and again, but up in Zim it’s turned into a full-scale epidemic.
It’s usually the South Africans who talk endlessly about moving to Perth who compare South Africa and Zimbabwe. Shall we have that chat again?
An explosion at an election rally attended by President Emmerson Mnangagwa has left 49 people injured, some of whom are reported to be in critical condition.
After going undercover as an ivory buyer, wildlife photographer Adrian Steirn belives he has proof that the former first lady was involved with an ivory smuggling ring.
You know that Bob and Grace didn’t have a super Friday watching Emmerson Mnangagwa take the reins, and now there’s a picture to throw into the mix.
We’re all glad to see the back of Uncle Bob, and the world celebrated with Zimbabwe as his reign came to and end, but we need to talk about Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Now that Robert Mugabe has finally stepped down, let’s take a look at some of the youngsters his reign has made rich. Tough life.
Yesterday evening Zimbabweans took to the streets to celebrate the end of a tyrant’s rule, and the joy was plain for all to see. Bob’s portrait didn’t fare too well.
Bob’s gone. What next for Zim? Trump backs Moore. Kushner in crosshairs. Pixar’s dirty secret. Oxygen worries for Arg submarine. Dolphins use wingmen. Liverpool fall apart. North Korea bans Mothers’ Day. Taylor Swift’s feuds. Chrissy Teigen pregnant.
Mugabe’s sons in hiding. Impeachment latest. Gupta TV axed. Beware ‘Crocodile’ Mnangagwa. More Bill Clinton’s sex assault allegations. Inside North Korea. Ashes war of words. DB Cooper letter emerges. Gwyneth Paltrow’s new stalker. Entourage actor takes lie detector test.
For the first time since the ‘coup’, Robert Mugabe appeared in public. As history tends to repeat itself, reports say he took a little kip during the graduation ceremony.
Now that Robert Mugabe is on his way out, let’s take a brief look at the economic legacy he has left behind. Yeah, it’s not pretty.
He may be rather unpopular with the people of Zimbabwe, but we know that Bob has a friend in Jacob. If he ends up knocking on JZ’s door it’s all rather ironic.
This was sent to us by a trusted source, compiled after speaking to his many contacts on the ground in Zim, who wishes to remain anonymous for reasons of safety.