WHEN Somalia was a lawless gangland with no central government, many Africans often wondered how it must have felt to live in a failed state controlled by marauding warlords. The post What happens when the centre can no longer hold? appeared first on The Zimbabwe Independent .
[Vanguard] The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, on Thursday, declared the arrest, detention and deportation of Cameroonian separatist leader, Dr Egbe Ogork, by the Federal Government in 2018, as i ... Read more
GOVERNMENT has failed to solve its impasse with medical doctors, who have withdrawn services from the country’s major hospitals for 89 days today. While the country’s health delivery system remains in ... Read more
ZIMBABWE National Army (ZNA) commander Lieutenant-General Edzai Chimonyo last week convened an emergency staff meeting where he read the riot act over rampant indiscipline, theft of rations and crimin ... Read more
[The Conversation Africa] An independent United Nations (UN) strategic review has recommended that the UN peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic Congo (DRC) complete a phased withdrawal by 20 ... Read more
THE Joint Operations Command (Joc), which brings together the army, police and intelligence service chiefs, convened an urgent meeting after the country’s aviation traffic control system broke down on ... Read more
FORMER Finance minister and Harare East legislator Tendai Biti says Zimbabwe needs to reintroduce the multi-currency regime, seek debt cancellation and liberalise the fuel industry, among other interv ... Read more