A new political settlement can fix Zimbabwean crises
At Sapes Trust, we have held 35 policy dialogues since March 2021 covering the political economy, human rights, elections, and corruption.
By Ibbo Mandaza and Tony Reeler Feb. 17, 2023
Zim: Still expecting the impossible?
Without repeating the basis for this argument, it is evident that things have worsened considerably over the (nearly) next two years.
By Ibbo Mandaza and Tony Reeler Jan. 28, 2023
Organised violence, torture and elections: Can Zimbabwe citizens be insulated ahead of 2023 polls?
The framework revolves around five pillars that encapsulate all aspects of elections as well as linking these to the current and ongoing political economy.
By Sapes Trust Nov. 19, 2022
Biti questions Zim external debt figure
Biti also noted that government was skipping Parliament approval of external debt.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 26, 2022
Promoting accountable investments in Zimbabwe
We have enjoyed this continuing partnership with the IDT.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
Zim’s extractive sector under spotlight
Its main objective was to investigate foreign investments in Zimbabwe, so as to enhance transparency and accountability.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 25, 2022
Lessons for Zimbabwe from Kenyan elections
The second is that Zimbabwe has a good constitution and adequate laws, but the problem is strict compliance with these.
By Sapes Trust and RAU Sep. 18, 2022
Sikhala case haunts Mnangagwa govt
They are charged alongside the 14 other CCC party activists.
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 11, 2022
ED in fire-fighting mission
News in depth: ‘It won’t pass constitutional test’: Zanu PF’s chilling law gets thumbs down