Tagged: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe, located in southern Africa, is a nation of around 15 million people. Harare, the capital, serves as the political and economic center. Zimbabwe has a complex political history, marked by the liberation struggle against British colonial rule and the subsequent leadership of Robert Mugabe, who governed the country for nearly four decades until his resignation in 2017. The political landscape is dominated by the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF), which has been the ruling party since independence in 1980. The opposition includes the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) alliance, which has played a crucial role in challenging the dominance of ZANU-PF. Zimbabwe has faced significant challenges, including economic downturns, land reform controversies, and human rights concerns. The economy, once considered the “breadbasket” of Africa, has struggled, with agriculture, mining, and manufacturing facing various obstacles. The nation’s cultural identity is diverse, influenced by the Shona, Ndebele, and numerous other ethnic groups, expressed through music, dance, and art. As Zimbabwe navigates its path toward economic recovery, political stability, and social development, international cooperation, good governance, and efforts to address historical challenges will be instrumental in shaping the country’s future. The recent shift in political leadership, with Emmerson Mnangagwa assuming the presidency, has ushered in expectations of reform, economic revival, and improved international relations, yet significant challenges, including political polarization and economic difficulties, persist. GETZIPCODES: Features democracy and rights of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe Population 2014

Zimbabwe 2014

Yearbook 2014 Zimbabwe. In April, leaders of the opposition party Democratic Change Movement (MDC) demanded that party leader Morgan Tsvangirai resign. The party’s national council accused Tsvangirai of negligent leadership and of using the...