**I am reposting this from an article written by the Newsday on my acceptance onto the YALI Fellowship Programme ** Pan-African human rights defender, Rumbidzai Dube, wants strong institutional structures to promote accountability and good governance. She says the invitation to participate in the first ever Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) Washington Fellowship in June… Read More Zim human rights defender wants stronger institutions
Very few people can be described as heroes. It is a term that should be used to describe a person who overcomes enormous adversity for the common good: such a person was John Makumbe. To be born an albino in Zimbabwe 63 years ago, and to die being remembered for being one of the most… Read More Tribute to Professor John Makumbe
I am not only alarmed but also disappointed to see the depth and manner with which the “Look-East Policy” has pervaded so many aspects of Zimbabwean society. I am told the “Look-East Policy” is a lucrative alternative to the West, it is supposed to be about fighting neo-colonialism and resisting Western Hegemony over our sovereign… Read More Are we becoming a Zhing-zhong nation?