Trevor Madondo achieved a certain immortality in Zimbabwean cricketing lore precisely for the way in which he confronted cricket’s history as an instrument of empire.
While World War II was ravaging Europe, thousands of Polish people found a safe haven in British colonial Africa.
The government of Zimbabwe has decided it does not care whether Zimbabweans live or die.
Traditional chiefs and the politics of labor recruitment in Zimbabwe’s platinum mining industry.
What happened to the once universally accepted idea of healthcare for all?
What lessons can we learn for today from the 2008-09 cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe?
Zimbabwe’s national football was under black control decades before independence—but the colonial legacy of racial segregation still haunts.
An effective response to imminent starvation in Zimbabwe requires listening to the country's farmers.
Public sector strikes place major pressure on the Zimbabwean state, but not enough to effect a meaningful national dialogue on the country's direction.
Evan Mawarire became a leader against Mugabe and ZANU-PF’s oppression in Zimbabwe, but at what personal cost?
A response to the latest United Nations report on Zimbabwe’s food emergency.
A personal reflection, by the daughter of a fighter in Zimbabwe's Second Chiumurenga, on the death of President Robert Mugabe.
What is the proper way for young Zimbabweans to remember Robert Mugabe's legacy?
Outrage against arrogant hunters is not enough. Wildlife conservation requires rethinking.
How an autocratic strain of pan-Africanism of the early 1960s shaped Robert Mugabe.
With Mugabe's death, might there be space for a new self-definition as a nation in Zimbabwe, as a broad family of nationals, with a shared national project?
Is Africa following China into a techno-dystopian future?
Structural Adjustment Programs, implemented by the World Bank and IMF in developing countries, leave the administrative state especially unequipped to deal with climate change.
The post-independence fates of Zimbabwean student activists who fought the Rhodesian regime.
For one, take economic management out of the control of neoliberal technocrats.