Zimbabwe Elections 2005: Op-Eds

Image: Flickr, African Union Commission
Image: Flickr, African Union Commission

Herewith the most recent listing of news and media items relating to Zimbabwe's Parliamentary Elections 2005.

February 2005

Zanu-PF dink aan regverdige verslaggroepe vir verkiesing: Zim nooi ‘regte’ waarnemers deur Mandy Rossouw, soos gepubliseer in Beeld , 11 February 2005

Time for tough love from Zimbabwe’s neighbours – A second look by Greg Mills, as featured in the Mail and Guardian, 11 February 2005

Outlook bleak for Zimbabwe elections, as featured in the SAPA report carried by iafrica.com, 2 February 2005

Electoral commission not independent, as featured in the SAPA report carried by iafrica.com, 2 February 2005

Peer Review and Nepad: Zimbabwe – The Litmus Test for African Credibility by Denis Venter, political and economic risk analyst, Africa Consultancy & Research Unit

December 2004

Crown princess faces big challenges: Succession in Zimbabwe by Lerato Mbele, as featured in Business Day, 10 December 2004

October 2004

Mugabe, the world is watching: Zimbabwe elections by Richard Meissner, as featured in the Business Day, 21 October 2004

September 2004

Parliament: Zim opposition’s last hope by Tim Hughes, as featured in The Star, 13 September 2004

Mbeki: ‘Mugabe using violence to cling to power’, as featured in newszimbabwe.com, 9 September 2004

Zimbabwe’s NGOs fight for survival: Civil Society by Richard Meissner, as featured in Business Day, 21 September 2004

August 2004

‘In Mugabe we trust’, as featured in the Mail and Guardian Online/SAPA/IPS, 22 August 2004

March 2004

‘Why Zimbabwe has not crumbled’ by Greg Mills, as featured in the Financial Mail, 10 March 2004