July 1, 2016

The burden of memory

In the end, they only managed to identify him because of a distinctive ring that he kept. His skull was crushed. The eyes had been gouged out. They had cut off his tongue. A bullet had violated and ripped through his chest. The remains were a pictur...

June 30, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

The ICT Minister, Mr Supa Mandiwanzira, has unwittingly revealed some serious illegality and unconstitutionality which is taking place in government in relation to the management of public funds. He was responding to findings by the Auditor General that...

June 29, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

Zimbabwe is a godsend for students of the rule of law or more precisely, the lack of it. It’s a modern-day reminder of the fact that even an authoritarian regime can proudly claim to be an adherent to the rule of law while at the same time mutilating it....

June 24, 2016

This is a long story, which begins with potholes as sites for rent-seeking and ends with the stark reality of a shadow state that has developed in Zimbabwe, manned by greedy political elites who seem to hold an unlimited licence to loot. This BSR sets out the problem,...

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