ZIM Issue 155 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

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ZIM Issue 155

Jennifer Koons
19 Aug 08
Britain is home to hundreds of thousand of economic and political exiles, who follow developments in Zimbabwe with a mixture of fear and dread.
Mike Nyoni
21 Jul 08
President Mugabe promises to make cheap food available to all - but where will he get the money to pay for it?
Meshack Ndodana
19 Jul 08
Behind the bravado, Zimbabwean leadership seems to realise that its narrow escape from sanctions means it is running out of time.
Hativagone Mushonga
19 Jul 08
Zimbabwean leader appears desperate to shore up support at home in the face of mounting criticism abroad.
Jabu Shoko
17 Jul 08
Morgan Tsvangirai insists he must head any transitional administration, but opposition-aligned pressure groups say they want a more neutral figure.
Jennifer Koons
15 Jul 08
Neither a political refugee nor a typical white Zimbabwean, Sara Catterall struggles to find a place in the expatriate community.
Jennifer Koons
15 Jul 08
Grace Chouriri cares for fellow exiles because she says it makes her feel that she’s doing something good for her community.
Jennifer Koons
15 Jul 08
Formerly a teacher in a private school, Joseph Masunungure can only dream of taking up a similar job in the UK.
Jennifer Koons
15 Jul 08
Veteran human rights activist Rose Benton is resigned to more years of drawing attention to abuses in home country.
Jennifer Koons
15 Jul 08
Award-winning reporter Sandra Nyaira says she’d be reduced to selling tomatoes on the street if she returned.
Joseph Sithole
15 Jul 08
Central banker prescribes political harmony as the cure to Zimbabwe’s political ailments, but critics say he is part of the problem.
Benedict Unendoro
15 Jul 08
Residents say maize meal from the state grain agency is being given out only to friends of the regime.