A significant political shift has taken place in Zimbabwe with the recent militarisation of the state, as the internal factional politics within the ruling party, Zanu PF’s G40 and Lacoste, have reached dismal heights.
The dismissal of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa...
Robert Mugabe has been Zimbabwe’s president since independence in 1980. Now 93, and increasingly frail, he is preparing to contest presidential elections in 2018. Julia Gallagher looks back to the last elections in 2013 to explain why he will probably win again.
With President Mugabe's health failing, succession battles within his own party continue, while the opposition parties remain in a state of disarray. Dr Tendi is a leading expert on Zimbabwe, will explore the complexities of Zimbabwe's politics of succession.
Over half the world lives under authoritarian regimes. For these people, the opportunity to engage in politics moves outside the state's territory. Mobilising across borders, diasporas emerge to challenge such governments.
This book offers an in-depth examination of the...
In looking at the broader themes of development, democracy and digital media in postcolonial African states, Kuziwa's study will look specifically at the fast-paced growth of mobile smart phone usage in Zimbabwe to access social media and enhance citizen engagement.