Letters from Zimbabwe

Cathy Buckle

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Blanket immunity to murderers

Mugabe says there will be no prosecution for people who killed white farmers in Zimbabwe’s ‘fast track land reform programme’.

There for all to see, if only you dare look

The ordinary people are Zimbabwe’s real heroes in 2017, writes Cathy Buckle.

Can they really afford to throw away 3 or 4 million votes?

‘Regularize’ an absurd word for an impossible achievement for thousands born in Zimbabweans cursed with the word ALIEN on their ID cards.

Pots, bottles and broken promises

The first change to Zimbabwe’s brand new Constitution is within sight, writes Cathy Buckle.

Another round of farm invasions, evictions planned for Zimbabwe

Sanctioned by 93 year old President Robert Mugabe.

Putting perpetrators on notice

Money is now so short in Zimbabwe that people who were struggling before are now not coping at all.

Rust and dust

What a sad picture Zimbabwe has painted.

How much blood can you buy for $13 billion?

2017 has started with a serious crisis unfolding in Zimbabwe’s health sector.

A disaster years in the making

Years of neglect by local authorities has left Zimbabwe’s roads in a diabolical state.

Like frightened dassies

Zimbabweans are still waiting for a leader of honesty, integrity and decency to step forward.

Just 28 minutes

We demanded nothing better and we got nothing better, writes Cathy Buckle.

Accomplices to the looting

The current cash crisis in Zimbabwe has been created entirely by our own government, writes Cathy Buckle.

Moral blameworthiness, but wait, no pens allowed!

If you don’t laugh you’ll cry and if we start crying in Zimbabwe we’ll never stop.

The elephant in Zimbabwe’s room

The compensation issue, for agricultural land seized by the Zimbabwe government, has again reared its head.

Them and us

A new slogan is gaining momentum in Zimbabwe’s wind of change: “Injure One, Injure All.”



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