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Zimbabwean politician, Nelson Chamisa was born

2 1978   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 1978, Zimbabwean politician Nelson Chamisa was born in Fort Victoria. Chamisa holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and public administration and an LLB (Honours). On 30 July 2018, Chamisa lost a disputed election to ZANU PF’s Mnangagwa, the elections which had been widely criticized for lacking credibility and being unfair.



https://briefly.co.za/71171-nelson-chamisa-age-children-wife-education-cars-house-net-worth-latest-news.html

Zimbabwe Global Journalism seminar was held

3 2021   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2021, Zimbabwe global journalism seminar was held. The main ideas which were discussed were on how journalism has suffered in Zimbabwe, cyber security laws and how to deal with online trolls. Subsequently, Award winning journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono addressed how he was mistreated on occassions he was held in custody and in all his arrests for organising protests.



https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/i-dont-care-if-they-kill-me-today-i-only-care-about-how-im-going-be-remembered

Zimbabwean Politician, Simba Makoni announced he was going to be a presidential candidate for the 2008 presidential elections

5 2008   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2008, in Harare, Simba Makoni announced he was going to be a presidential candidate in the 2008 preidential election. He was to challenge the former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Gabriel Mugabe (late) for him to become the next president of Zimbabwe.



https://www.britannica.com/place/Zimbabwe/2008-elections-and-aftermath#ref983156

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Zimbabwean novelist, filmmaker and playwright, Tsitsi Dangarembga was born in Mutoko, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)

4 1957   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 1957, Zimbabwean novelist, film maker and playwright, Tsitsi Dangarembga was born in Mutoko, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). In September 2020, Dangarembga was announced as the University of East Anglia’s inaugural International Chair of Creative Writing, from 2021 to 2022. Her thematic concerns are mostly centered on human folly, patriachal and post colonial society patterning Zimbabwe. More important still, a certain area of her scholarly interest is in the novel Nervous Conditions in which Dangarembga stresses the oppression of Rhodesian (now Zimbabwe) women by the economic and cultural jurisdiction.



https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/culture-magazines/dangarembga-tsitsi-1959

Zimbabwean Politician, Simba Makoni announced he was going to be a Presidential candidate for the 2008 Presidential elections

05 February 2008   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2008, in Harare, Zimbabwean Politician, Simba Makoni announced he was going to be a Presidential candidate for the 2008 Presidential election. He was to challenge the former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Gabriel Mugabe (late) for him to become the next President of Zimbabwe.



https://www.britannica.com/place/Zimbabwe/2008-elections-and-aftermath#ref983156

Zimbabwean former International cricketer and former Zimbabwean captain, Brendan Taylor was born

06 February 1986   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 1986, Zimbabwean former International cricketer and former Zimbabwean captain, Brendan Taylor was born. Taylor supervised Zimbabwe for the ODIs until 2015, taking over to Elton Chigumbura after the World Cricket Championships. In January 2022, he was banned for taking part in cricket activities due to his engagement in corruption infringement.



https://www.skysports.com/cricket/news/13239/12527377/brendan-taylor-former-zimbabwe-captain-given-three-year-ban-from-cricket-by-icc-for-corruption-breach

Retired army commander, Ambrose Mutinhiri was appointed Minister of Youth Development, Gender and Employment Creation

09 2004   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2004, retired army commander and brigadier Ambrose Mutinhiri was appointed the Minister of Youth Development, Gender and Employment Creation by his excellency president Robert Gabriel Mugabe (late). He retired soon after the resignation of Mugabe in 2017.



https://en-academic.com/dic.nsf/enwiki/8830062

Zimbabwean novelist, filmmaker and playwright, Tsitsi Dangarembga was born in Mutoko, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)

04 February 1957   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 1957, Zimbabwean novelist, film maker and playwright, Tsitsi Dangarembga was born in Mutoko, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). In September 2020, Dangarembga was announced as the University of East Anglia’s inaugural International Chair of Creative Writing, from 2021 to 2022. Her thematic concerns are mostly centered on human folly, patriachal and post colonial society patterning Zimbabwe. More important still, a certain area of her scholarly interest is in the novel Nervous Conditions in which Dangarembga stresses the oppression of Rhodesian (now Zimbabwe) women by the economic and cultural jurisdiction.



https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/culture-magazines/dangarembga-tsitsi-1959

Zimbabwe Global Journalism seminar was held

03 February 2021   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2021, Zimbabwe global journalism seminar was held. The main ideas which were discussed were on how journalism has suffered in Zimbabwe, cyber security laws and how to deal with online trolls. Subsequently, Award winning journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono addressed how he was mistreated on occassions he was held in custody and in all his arrests for organising protests.



https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/i-dont-care-if-they-kill-me-today-i-only-care-about-how-im-going-be-remembered

Zimbabwean politician, Nelson Chamisa was born

02 February 1978   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 1978, Zimbabwean politician Nelson Chamisa was born in Fort Victoria. Chamisa holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and public administration and an LLB (Honours). On 30 July 2018, Chamisa lost a disputed election to ZANU PF‘s Mnangagwa, the elections which had been widely criticized for lacking credibility and being unfair.



https://briefly.co.za/71171-nelson-chamisa-age-children-wife-education-cars-house-net-worth-latest-news.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nelson_Chamisa

Hon Job Sikhala was accused for co-ordinating the 31st July 2020 protests

31 July 2020   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2020, Hon Job Sikhala was accused for organising the 31st July protests. In giving his speech he pointed out that he was tired for the country’s great economic, social and political malaise, hence in inciting such public violence, he hoped the governemnt was going to implement better opportunities to pave away such meltdowns.



https://nehandaradio.com/2020/07/29/wanted-job-sikhala-says-momentum-is-rising-for-31st-july-demo/

Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) agents abducted the losing senatorial MDC candidate in Mashonaland East

22 May 2008   Zimbabwe  

On this day in 2008, Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) agents abducted the losing senatorial MDC candidate in Mashonaland East. Two days later, his dead body was discovered at Goromonzi mountains.



https://www.hrw.org/report/2008/06/09/bullets-each-you/state-sponsored-violence-zimbabwes-march-29-elections

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