SAPES TRUST POLICY DIALOGUE FORUM PRESENTATION BY HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER AND ERC BOARD MEMBER, JULIE MUGOVA At BULAWAYO CITY HALL, 18 MAY, 2018 ON THE TOPIC – TOWARDS CREDIBLE, FREE, FAIR AND PEACEFUL 2018 ELECTIONS: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY With under
SAPES TRUST executive director Dr Ibbo Mandaza has called for a post-election national and international contingency plan on Zimbabwe if the military-backed Emmerson Mnangagwa government refuses to hand over power in the event of a defeat to the opposition in July. He
CALLS have been made for government to remove the country’s central registry servers from Josiah Magama Tongogara Barracks (formerly KG6) to a friendlier environment. This comes amid concerns the ruling Zanu PF party is using the highly restricted military facility to shield
By Staff Reporter SAPES TRUST Executive Director, Dr Ibbo Mandaza says the military coup which ousted former President Robert Mugabe in November last year has accelerated a Zanu PF disintegration process ignited by internecine fights for control among party rivals. Dr Mandaza
By Nkosana Dlamini THE SAPES Dialogue Forum moves to Bulawayo this Friday with a strong panel of eminent speakers lined up for a discussion which takes a binocular view of the forthcoming harmonised elections under the heading “Towards credible, free, fair and
Chinamasa, positioning himself as a reformer through re-engagement with Western governments and international financial institutions (IFIs), has an uphill task. Zimbabwe’s deteriorating economic conditions underline the urgency with which government must move forward and implement comprehensive reforms to rescue the economy, while
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday unveiled a raft of interventions, including enhancing nostro stabilisation facilities to support foreign payments, backed by a $1,5 billion kitty to be availed by the Afreximbank, as part of measures to accelerate economic turnaround. Zimbabwe
In consultation with members of both the team and nucleus of academics, policy makers, government and non-governmental actors, diplomats, and international experts associated with Sapes Trust and its Policy Dialogue Forum, it has been decided to focus on Zimbabwe in Transition in
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