Both Zimbabwe and Eswatini have faced challenges relating to their democracies and conducting their elections.
On 23 August 2023, Zimbabweans will go to the polls to elect Councillors, Members of Parliament, and a President. In March 2022, the main opposition party, the Citizens Coalitions for Change (CCC) won 19 out of 28 seats in parliamentary by-elections, setting the stage for a close race between it and the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) in the August polls.
Zimbabwe has hired former Mozambican President Joachim Chissano to lead a group that would work to end the country’s protracted standoff with its creditors and the international community
The article discusses a study conducted in the Chipinge-East District of the Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe. The possibilities of establishing local peace committees in a Zimbabwean context were analysed.
Approaches, methods, and interventions for dealing with conflict
ACCORD works with the United Nations (UN) Women of Zimbabwe
Identifying the empirical experiences of reconciliation in Sierra Leone and East Timor to explore what lessons these cases may be able to offer to Zimbabwe’s NPRC.