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Zimbabwe union readies for battle against ‘triple evil’
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Zimbabwe union readies for battle against ‘triple evil’

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Labour flexibility, productivity-driven wage and the classification of the labour force are key areas of struggle By Musawenkosi Cabe/ The Dawn News/ May 01, 2018 The Dawn News spoke with Ady Motero, a Zimbabwean activist and the General Secretary of the United Food and Allied Workers Union of Zimbabwe (UFAWUZ), […]

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Women Miners Stake a Claim in Zimbabwe
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Women Miners Stake a Claim in Zimbabwe

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By: Sally Nyakanyanga / Source: Inter Press Service / The Dawn News / March 8, 2018   HARARE – Tapiwa Moyo, 40, religiously leaves her home each day when the first cock crows and joins a throng of women who have taken up artisanal mining in her community. Moyo spends […]

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Analysis Zimbabwe

What Western imperialism is up to now in Zimbabwe

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By: Netfa Freeman / Pambazuka / The Dawn News / February 16, 2018 Imperialism is less concerned with human rights and democratic elections in Africa. What really matters is the maintenance of a system that serves their interests no matter how it assumes or maintains power. The same goes for Zimbabwe; what they […]

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Women on the Front Lines of Halting Deforestation

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By; Sally Nyakanyanga0 / The Dawn News / January 2018 Judith Ncube, the chairperson of the Vusanani Cooperative in Plumtree, Zimbabwe. Credit: Sally Nyakanyanga PLUMTREE, Zimbabwe, Jan 29 2018 (IPS) – In Zimbabwe, the bulk of rural communities and urban poor still get their energy supplies from the forests, leading to deforestation […]

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Zimbabwe: Challenges of the Revolutionary Pan-African Movement in the 21st Century

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By: Chavunduka / Source: All-African People’s Revolutionary Party / The Dawn News / December 6, 2017 Unfolding events in Zimbabwe are forcing the Pan-African Movement (PAM) to struggle with questions about Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe National African Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) leadership.  The spirit reflected in the various stories and social media posts seem to revolve around the question on […]

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Karoi mine workers strike over 13-month salary debt
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Karoi mine workers strike over 13-month salary debt

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By: Nhau Mangirazi / Source: Newsday / The Dawn News / January 1, 2017 KAROI — Over 200 workers at the Zimbabwe German Graphite Mine, trading as Lynx Mine, downed their tools on Friday demonstrating against non-payment of their salaries for the past 13 months. The mine is jointly owned by […]

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Zimbabwe: Mugabe has resigned…what now?

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Source: Rebelion / Based on the Spanish translation by Viento Sur / The Dawn News / December 29, 2017 Stefanie Prezioso interviewed Congolese marxist revolutionary Jean Nanga on Zimbabwe’s state of affairs after president Robert Mugabe’s forced resignation. After Robert Mugabe was forced to resign from the presidency of Zimbabwe, […]

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What will post-Mugabe Zimbabwe look like for the workers?

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By Christopher Mahove / Source: Equal Times / The Dawn News / 5 December 2017 After 37 years in power in Zimbabwe, Robert Gabriel Mugabe finally stepped down from the presidency last month, tendering in his resignation on 21 November. Despite initially refusing to relinquish his authoritarian grip on the […]

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Zimbabwe is a wake up call for Africa
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Zimbabwe is a wake up call for Africa

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By: Motsoko Pheko / Source: Pambazuka / The Dawn News / November 30, 2017 With 18 earned and honorary degrees, Robert Mugabe was the most educated African president. His leadership of Zimbabwe was messed up by neocolonial terrorists who wanted its resources. Zimbabwe is a wake up call for Africa. […]

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Zimbabwe’s Women Demand Participation in Democracy

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Source: WCoZ / The Dawn News / November 23 On Thursday, November 23, women of Zimbabwe convened in the capital of the country, Harare, to deliberate on the current situation of democracy and women’s rights in Zimbabwe. The convention was organized by the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ), which is […]

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