Tawana H. Nyabeze:

Progressive Reform in the New Constitution of Zimbabwe:

A Balance Between the Preservative and Transformative Constitution Making Process The aim of the Lancaster house conference was to bring to an end the armed struggle that had raged for 2 decades between the colonialist settlers and the Indigenous Zimbabwean people. The nature of the conference was largely diplomatic, at least from the Britons side to such an extent that dialogue was open between every party in the then Rhodesia which explains Ian Smith’s UDI being also present. Some of the more…

Rejoice Ngwenya:

Robert Mugabe’s High Altitude Cliff

Traditionally, January in Zimbabwe is plagued with malignant socio-economic polity. Ironically, political scholars in this impoverished but gifted South African nation of twelve million citizens have empirical evidence that January 1998 food riots signaled the country’s second democratic revolution that conceived the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) opposition party. January 2015 has not escaped this perennial scourge of what many Zimbabweans term ‘January Disease’. more…


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A warm welcome to the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (English: Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation) in Zimbabwe. From its Harare office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist Zimbabwe in its process of democratic consolidation.


Previous events

Feb. 14

Fully booked


From Harare to Ruwa and Back

Comedy, Food, Discussions and Locomotive Breath

Nov. 25

Fully booked


The Importance of reviving Zimbabwe's Infrastructure

Perspectives and insights with particular emphasis on the importance of our National Railway

Nov. 13 - 14

Fully booked


Equipping Aspiring Leaders

How to lead people who follow you in your area of influence

Nov. 11 - 12

Fully booked


What does Gender Equality/Equity really mean?


Opinion on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

By Alvin Nyika

Sustainable Development Goals will be replacing the Millenium Development Goals at the end of 2015....but will the money used to deliver them actually deliver sustainable development? 2015 is a very important year for the world [...] more…

The Plight of a Zimbabwean student in 2015

By Darlington Madzonga

The Zimbabwean learner faces a lot of challenges due to the deteriorating economic conditions grappling the country. Chief among them is the issue of tuition fees. Zimbabwean colleges and universities charge very high tuition [...] more…

A Paradigm Shift To Resuscitate the Economy - Or A Mere Segregative Rhetoric

By Clemen Moyo

Politics is like a game of soccer which thrives on results. You do not score the winning goal, you lose the game. It can be very cruel with the media surrounding you and wanting to know what kind of a politician you are and the [...] more…

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