See also: Zimbabwe news

Africa Action (formerly Africa Policy Information Center) - Zimbabwe Campaigns
Reports, documents on Zimbabwe politics, women's rights, farm workers, etc. Africa Action, incorporating the former American Committee on Africa (ACOA), is based in Washington, D.C. http://www.africaaction.org/zimbabwe.html

Africa Film & TV
Purchased by Balancing Acts' Southwood Consultants Ltd. Was a magazine and annual directory on the African TV, film, and video industry from Z Promotions Pvt. Ltd., Harare, Zimbabwe. There is now a free e-newsletter, Broadcast, Film and Convergence with information on the film industry, satellite TV in Africa, etc. http://www.afridigital.net/

Africa Online - Zimbabwe
Internet service provider. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.africaonline.co.zw/

Africa University (Mutare, Zimbabwe)
A private university funded by the United Methodist Church, with contributions from United Methodist churches world-wide. Opened March 1992. The first faculties are theology, agriculture, and natural resources. Has students from 20 African countries. http://www.africau.edu

African Capacity Building Foundation
Goals - "...spur economic growth, achieve poverty reduction, strengthen good governance and enhance participation by Africa in the global economy." The Board of Governors are "...usually Ministers of Finance and/or Economic Planning, Directors-General or Permanent Secretaries" Full text publications online - books, reports, Occasional Papers Series, Working Paper Series, - Africa Capacity Indicators 2011, etc. Provides grants to capacity building institutions. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.acbf-pact.org/

African Internet Connectivity - Mike Jensen
Current information on internet service providers, telecommunications, networking in Zimbabwe Excellent source maintained by Mike Jensen. http://www3.sn.apc.org/africa/

After Mugabe: Applying Post-Conflict Recovery Lessons to Zimbabwe
By Todd Moss and Stewart Patrick. 16 p. in PDF. In Africa Policy Journal, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Spring 2006, Vol. 1. http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/kssgorg/apj/issues/2006_issue/pdfs/Moss.pdf

African Journals On-Line, AJOL
Provide the table of contents "and abstracts for over 175 journals, from 21 African countries, including some Francophone journals, and many with French abstracts" in arts, culture, language, literature, agricultural sciences, science and technology, health and social sciences. A keyword Search covers all journals. "(AJOL) began in May 1998 as a pilot project managed by the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publication (INASP)." One can order photocopies of articles. "Sign up to receive an automatic email every time a new issue is published in any selected title." http://www.ajol.info/

Air Zimbabwe
Route network, services, the fleet, etc. http://www.airzim.co.zw/

Amnestry International - Zimbabwe. Rights Under Siege
Full text report. c. 37 p. Pub. May 2003. "One of the government's key vehicles for repression has been the introduction and use of an armoury of restrictive legislation designed to suppress dissent and place under siege the rights of freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly." http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGAFR460122003

Amnesty International - Zimbabwe. The Toll of Impunity
"The Zimbabwean government has systematically ensured that those responsible for torture, abductions and political killings are never brought to justice...Impunity has become the central problem in Zimbabwe where state and non-state actors commit widespread human rights violations without being brought to justice...." Full text report, in Adobe pdf and in html. 59 pages. http://web.amnesty.org/ai.nsf/recent/AFR460352002?OpenDocument

Bargain Hunter
Online edition of the print fortnightly publication listing jobs, classified ads, real estate, etc. "...a wholly owned Zimbabwean (Southern Africa) company which is spearheading the advertising industry through its free paper edition and online website. Bargain Hunter is a weekly, adverts only magazine that is targeted to all industries, institutions and individuals who are looking for any type of bargain. The paper edition of the magazine is circulated free-of-charge and can be obtained at different random collection points through-out the country." From the Dee Tee Productions company. Based in Zimbabwe. http://www.bargainhunter.co.zw

BBC Lost Kingdoms of Africa
"British art historian Dr Gus Casely-Hayford explores the pre-colonial history of some of Africa's most important kingdoms."
Series 1.
1. Nubia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mpz8h_MFkWg
2. Ethiopia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qF8EqEqoI24&t=842
3. Great Zimbabwe  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2JR2FVrDHM
4. West Africa. Benin Plaques.  Benin art at the British Museum. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmrdunRXfbw

BBC - Zimbabwe Elections 2002

Big Saturday Read
Blog by Dr. Alex Magaisa, Lecturer in Law, University of Kent, Kent, U.K.and former chief advisor to Morgan Tsvangirai. Analysis and critiques of Zimbabwe law and politics. Was an advisr on the team for the 2013 Constitution of Zimbabwe. https://www.bigsr.co.uk/

Biomedical Training and Research Institute (Zimbabwe)
Has online training materials (need to register). Projects include - STUDY FOR ENHANCING TESTING AND IMPROVING TREATMENT OF HIV IN CHILDREN; infection prevention and control. Collaboration with Stanford University. http://www.brti.co.zw/

BIRA - The Electronic Newsletter of Zimbabwe's National Theatre Organisation
Editor: Dr Susan Hains. Free subscriptions to the newsletter are available from: jalsford@mango.zw
The March/April 1996, No. 2 issue is at: http://www.infozine.com/mirror/theatre/nto/zimt04.html

Birding in Zimbabwe
Has a list of birds in Zimbabwe, information on the Ornithological Association of Zimbabwe and the table of contents of 1994-1995 issues of its journal, Honeyguide, good places for bird watching, a book list, tours specializing in birds, links to other bird sites. Maintained by Peter Woodall.

Blackbook of Zimbabwe

The Body, An AIDS and HIV Information Resource
Has a search engine where for ex, one can find information on AIDS care in   Zimbabwe, the story of the first woman in Zimbabwe to publicly declare her serostatus, and other reports. Maintained by the Body Health Resources Corporation, New York. http://www.thebody.com/index.shtml

Bond, Patrick - "Zimbabwe, South Africa, and the Power Politics of Bourgeois Democracy"
In The Monthly Review magazine, Volume 54, Number 1, May 2002. Bond "...teaches political economy at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa." http://www.monthlyreview.org/0502bond.htm

Sells Zmbabwe and South African custom embroidered clothing such as "authentic Zimbabwe rugby player wear." Based in Hinton, Alberta, Canada. http://www.braaisupplies.com/

Britain-Zimbabwe Society
Information on activities, publications, events. Reports from the Open Forum on Zimbabwe, South Africa and the Region, June 4, 2005; discussed defending human rights and "how to develop a genuinely anti-imperialist framework for understanding the situation in Zimbabwe." Can supply children's books in Shona and Ndebele. http://www.britain-zimbabwe.org.uk/

British High Commission (Zimbabwe)
Travel and business services of the High Commission. Selected articles from the Britain and Zimbabwe Magazine. http://www.britainzw.org/

British South Africa Company. Reports on the native disturbances in Rhodesia, 1896-97
(London : The Company, 1898. 160 p.)
Full text of the printed document. Contents include "The Matabeleland Rebellion" by Earl Grey, "The Mashonaland Rebellion" by H. Marshall Hole, letters, despatches, illustrations, photographs, maps, diagrams. http://www.btinternet.com/~rhodesian.library/bsac/contents.html

British South Africa Police Regimental Association
The Association is an "...apolitical group of former members of the British South Africa Police Force."  Has a discussion forum with past message and their newsletter. Hosted by Andrew Field's Homepage in Zimbabwe. http://www.geocities.com/andrew_d_field/Regimental/Regimental.htm

Bulawayo Public and District Association
Travel and tourism information. http://www.arachnid.co.zw/bulawayo/

"...a non-governmental organisation working with rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa to enable more girls to go to school and secure a livelihood." Describes projects in Zimbabwe, Northern Ghana. Based in Cambridge, U.K. http://www.camfed.org/

Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace
An important human rights organization connected with the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Conference. http://www.zcbc.co.zw/ccjp.htm

Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe - Breaking the Silence. Building True Peace. A report into the disturbances in Matabeleland and the Midlands, 1980 - 1988
By the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe and the Legal Resources Foundation. April 1999. 36 page Summary of the Report first published in 1997 on human rights abuses by Zimbabwe security forces. On the web site of ZimNews. http://www.zwnews.com/breaksilence.cfm and http://www.zwnews.com/BTS/BTS.html

The full report, 275 pages in PDF. http://www.zwnews.com/BreakingTheSilence1.pdf

The Summary of the Report also at http://www.zimbabwesituation.com/Breaking.doc

Center for Research Libraries - Official Gazettes & Civil Society Documentation 
Digitized issues of government official gazettes from Algeria, Congo (Brazzaville), Iran, Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Somalia (includes British Somaliland) , Sudan, and Zimbabwe (includes Southern Rhodesia). https://dds.crl.edu/search/collection/16

Centre for Democracy and Development (London) - Zimbabwe
The Centre, launched Oct. 1997, is "a non-governmental organisation which aims to promote the values of democracy, peace & human rights in Africa and especially in the West African sub-region." Has the full text, in Adobe pdf, of Zimbabwe Constitutional Referendum: 12-13 February, 2000: the Report of the Centre for Democracy and Development Observer Mission. (London: Centre for Democracy and Development, 2000, 49 pages). E-mail: cdd@cdd.org.uk   http://www.cdd.org.uk/

Chambers, Tom R.
Chambers, a photographer, was a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Zimbabwe, 1993-1995. He worked with the National Gallery (art) of Zimbabwe. http://www.abs- gallery.com/ARTISTS/CHAMBERS/Chambersbio.htm

Brown Univ. Postcolonial Literature site on Chambers: http://landow.stg.brown.edu/post/zimbabwe/art/chambers/aone.html

Chitiyo, Tapera Knox - "Zimbabwe: Land Violence and Compensation:
Reconceptualising Zimbabwe's Land and War Veterans' Debate. Full text article in Track Two (Center for Conflict Resolution, Rondebosch, South Africa), Vol. 9 No. 1 May 2000. "Tapera Knox Chitiyo is a Lecturer of War and Strategic Studies in the History Department at the University of Zimbabwe." http://ccrweb.ccr.uct.ac.za/two/9_1/zimbabwe.html

Reuters and AP wire stories on Zimbabwe and other countries. Usenet newsgroup created November 1995. To access this, your internet service provider must pay for a subscription to the newsgroup. news:clari.world.africa.southern

COMESA, Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
"COMESA [formerly the PTA] exists as an organisation of free independent sovereign states which have agreed to co-operate in developing their natural and human resources for the good of all their people'. With its 19 member states and population of 300 million it forms a major integrated trading block." Has information on customs tariffs by country, road/transport including road distances, economic profiles for each country (Angola, Burundi, Comoros, D.R. Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe) etc. Has the text of Doing Business with COMESA: the Handbook, legal guides to establishing business, etc. http://www.comesa.int/

Commercial Farmers Union
Includes press releases, letters, regarding the farm invasions, email addresses of producer associations and the CFU branches, the CFU bulletin and newsletters. http://www.samara.co.zw/cfu/

Committee to Protect Journalists
Based in New York city, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization which does not accept govt. funding. See the Africa section for articles on threats to press freedom in Zimbabwe. http://www.cpj.org

Committee to Protect Journalists - "On a Rampage"
Report by Wacuka Mungai. Includes a chart of journalists arrested and charged since Mugabe's re-election on March 15, 2002. http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2002/Zim_july02/Zim_july02.html

Committee to Protect Journalists - Twilight of a Despot: A Documented Record of the Assault on Press Freedom in Zimbabwe, 1999 to the Present
Based in New York city, the CPJ is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization which does not accept govt. funding. See also "Not Again" by Zimbabwean journalist Lloyd Mudiwa on his experience in jail. http://www.cpj.org/Briefings/2002/Zim_archives.html

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, 2002 March 2-4, Coolum Australia
Includes decision, comments re Zimbabwe, comments by Tanzania, Nigeria, Zimbabwe. http://www.chogm2002.org/

Commonwealth Observer Group to the Presidential Election in Zimbabwe, 9 – 10 March 2002. Preliminary Report
Pub. March 14, 2002. http://www.thecommonwealth.org/dynamic/whatisnew/Pdisplay.asp?id=425

Computer Society of Zimbabwe
Provides accreditation, training, publishes a monthly magazine, Computer and Telecom News. http://www.mediazw.com/csoz/index.html

Conservative Party - Election in Zimbabwe-Rhodesia in April 1979
This is most of the report by a Conservative Party team led by Lord Boyd to the 1979 Zimbabwe first one-man one-vote elections. Part of Richard Allport's web site. http://www.rhodesia.myweb.nl/rhohist.htm

Constitution - Zimbabwe
The South African research organization, Human Sciences Research Council, HSRC, has a Modern Constitutions Database to enable scholars to analyze and compare constitutions. Use the database search to locate the different sections of the Zimbabwe constitution. http://www.hsrc.ac.za/databases.html

Cornell University. Library. Making of America
"...a digital library of primary sources [mainly from 1840 - 1900] in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction." Has scanned images of the full text of books and articles. A search on Cecil Rhodes produces 102 matches in 57 journal articles. Examples of article titles: The Ultimate Triumph of the Boers, Briton and Boer in South Africa, Military Problems in South Africa, A French General's Defense of the Boers, The Historical Causes of the Present War in South Africa, Problems of the Transvaal, The Responsibility of Cecil Rhodes. A search on Rhodesia produces 68 matches in 35 journal articles. http://moa.cit.cornell.edu/moa/index.html

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition
Coalition, formed in 2001, of 300 civic groups concerned with justice and peace, non-violence, human rights. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.crisiszimbabwe.org/

Dandemutande: a Resource for Zimbabwean Music & Culture (Seattle, WA)
"For lovers of Zimbabwean music & culture". Has articles from the Dandemutande magazine, a calendar of Zimbabwe music and cultural events worldwide, a directory of performers, teachers, instrument makers, and links to web sites, and a mail order catalog (books, music, film, art, etc.). http://dandemutande.org/

Offers a moderated email list for announcements and discussion on Zimbabwean music and related topics. Send email to: email@dandemutande.com
In the Subject area put: subscribe

Davis, Richard Harding- "Real Soldiers of Fortune"
Full text of the book (New York: C. Scribner's sons, 1911, 228 pp.)
Includes- American Frederick Russell Burnham's participation in the 1st and 2nd Matabele Uprisings, the Boer War, his killing of Umlimo, and brief mention of his visits to Ashanti and East Africa. Part of Project Gutenberg Etext. http://digital.library.upenn.edu/webbin/gutbook/lookup?num=3029

Day, Bud and Carol Thompson - "What is Zimbabwe?"
September 17, 2000 article. Part of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars, On the Edge Commentaries. "...commentaries are selected, sharp viewpoints on current issues from ACAS members and friends. These do not represent ACAS official positions; they are provided to stimulate progressive discussion and debate." http://acas.prairienet.org/whatiszim.htm http://acas.prairienet.org/onedge.htm

Delivering Land and Securing Rural Livelihoods : Post-Independence Land Reform and Resettlement in Zimbabwe
Edited by Michael Roth and Francis Gonese. Published by Centre for Applied Social Sciences, University of Zimbabwe, and Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 2003. Full text online. 484 pages, 2.6MB. Part of the Zimbabwe Project of the Land Tenure Center. http://www.ies.wisc.edu/ltc/zimbabwe/zimbook.html

Denford Magora's Zimbabwe Blog
Blog on events in Zimbabwe. http://denfordmagora.blogspot.com/

Denmark. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Report on Danish - Zimbabwe development co-operation. Sections on: political history, gender and environmental problems, agriculture, health, education, assisting democracy, etc. http://www.um.dk/english/udenrigspolitik/udviklingspolitik/landestrategier/zimbabwe/

Dorman, Sara Rich - Inclusion and Exclusion: NGOs and Politics in Zimbabwe
Full text. 2001. 341 p. in PDF. Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of D.Phil in the Department of Politics and International Relations in the Division of Social Studies at the University of Oxford. "explores the changing relations between the Zimbabwean state and local nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) after independence. It focuses on debates over the role of NGOs in democratization in developing countries, using Zimbabwe as an example." Includes the former ZimRights. In the Univ. of Edinburgh Research Archive. http://hdl.handle.net/1842/493

Dzimba Dzemabwe (Houses of Stone)
Site about Zimbabwean architecture. [Site has many ads.] Covers the history of Great Zimbabwe, includes photographs, historic buildings, public structures, contemporary buildings, natural architecture. Has a directory of architects in Zimbabwe. The webmaster is Lawson. http://members.fortunecity.com/madzimbabwe/

Econet Wireless
The third largest panafrican telecom operator. Started as a Zimbabwe cell phone company. Now based in South Africa. Its founder, Strive Masiyiwa, was featured in the Christian Science Monitor, March 1, 2000 as a young entrepreneur who had "mounted a constitutional legal battle in the courts of Zimbabwe which led to the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe declaring the telephone service monopoly unconstitutional." http://www.econetwireless.com/

See also:
the Wired News March 15, 2001 article on Masiyiwa since leaving Zimbabwe. http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,41407,00.html
Econet Wireless New Zealand http://www.ewnz.co.nz/ and
Econet Wireless Nigeria http://www.nigeria.econetwireless.com/
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe http://www.econet.co.zw/
and old site - Econet Wireless Holdings Ltd. [Zimbabwe] http://www.econet.co.zw/home/
Econet World Stream South Africa http://www.world-stream.com/
Mascom Botswana http://www.mascom.bw/

To retrieve full text articles on Zimbabwe, search the ELDIS database (on development and the environment) from the British Library for Development Studies at the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, UK. http://nt1.ids.ac.uk/eldis/eldsea.htm

Election - 2013
BBC Zimbabwe Elections Q & A. July 25, 2013. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-23447991
Free and Fair Zimbabwe Election Site for the 2013 election. Voter information, reports, e-newsletter, links to related sites. http://zimbabweelection.com/
Robert Mugabe Facebook Page
Tsvangirai for President 2013 Morgan Tsvangirai's site for the 2013 Zimbabwe Presidential election
African Union Observer Mission
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. http://www.zec.gov.zw/

Election - March 2008
Justzimbabwe - Blog about the March 29, 2008 Presidential Election in Zimbabwe. "Briggs Bomba, Africa Action's Program Associate in our Department of Public Education and Mobilization and a citizen of Zimbabwe, is traveling to the region with two representatives of TransAfrica Forum." http://justzimbabwe.wordpress.com
Simba Makoni
- official site for the Presidential candidate. Biography, position on issues, interviews (including with journalist, Violet Gonda), video, audio. http://www.simbamakoni.co.zw/
Zimbabwe Election Support Network
(Harare) - NGO. Election results. "The major focus of the Network is to promote democratic processes in general and free and fair elections in particular."

Election - March 2002
BBC - Zimbabwe Elections 2002.
Commonwealth Observer Group to the Presidential Election, 9 – 10 March 2002. Preliminary Report
Guardian (London) - Special Report Zimbabwe 2002. http://www.guardian.co.uk/zimbabwe/0,2759,181131,00.html
Mail & Guardian - Zimbabwe Elections 2002. Articles from the Johannesburg newspaper, map, facts. http://www.mg.co.za/mg/za/features/zim-election2002.html
Taylor, Ian - "We are the Democrats: The Crisis in Zimbabwe and the Death of the NEPAD".

Election - June 2000 Parliamentary Election
Electoral Institute of Southern Africa (EISA) - Zimbabwe Elections, Land Issue, etc.
Excerpts from the SADC-ECF observer mission report and other observer missions (OAU, EU, etc.), election results by party, a history of elections from 1979, guide to political actors,etc. http://www.eisa.org.za/WEP/zimbabwe.htm
Movement for Democratic Change. Detailed 2000 results with candidates last names only. Biographies of some MDC candidates.
Helen Suzman Foundation Has issued reports on the 2000 Zimbabwe parliamentary elections. http://www.hsf.org.za/
Encyclopedia Zimbabwe Online Search the contents of the complete Encyclopedia Zimbabwe Online. http://www.mediazw.com/index.shtml

Energy and Zimbabwe
Annotated guide to Internet sites with energy related information about Zimbabwe. Cover electricity, biomass, solar energy, hydropower, wind energy, organisations. Maintained by Wim Klunne, who is a Biomass and rural energy modelling specialist and independent consultant in energy and development in the Netherlands. http://www.geocities.com/wim_klunne/zimbabwe/energy.html

Equinet - Network for Equity in Health in Southern Africa (Harare, Zimbabwe)
"...a network of research, civil society and health sector organisations working towards and influencing equity in health in Southern Africa." works with the SADC (Southern African Development Community), has a mailing list, an annotated health bibliography (very large file, 247 p. in Adobe PDF format), the full text of a 1997 Kasane, Botswana health conference, summary of a report on the Training & Research Support Centre (TARSC), Zimbabwe, etc. http://www.equinet.org.zw

Ethnologue - Zimbabwe
From the publication, Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 13th ed. (Dallas, Tx.: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1996), edited by Barbara F. Grimes. Provides number of speakers, dialects, linguistic affiliation, etc.

Zimbabwe Page: http://www.sil.org/ethnologue/countries/Zimb.html
Main Page: http://www.sil.org/ethnologue/

Evernet - Internet Cafe in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Links to news sources including news from the opposition, Movement for Democratic Change, tourism information, links to related sites, etc. Based in London. http://www.e-zim.com

The Farmer (Harare, Zimbabwe)
Weekly "African Farming News Magazine" for farmers anywhere in Africa. Mainly Zimbabwe news. Has an e-mail subscription to the magazine for U.S.$32.00. http://www.thefarmer.co.zw/

Financial Gazette
Independent Harare newspaper. Selected articles online. Includes companies, finance, and farming reports. Has back issues from Aug. 1997. http://www.fingaz.co.zw

Zimbabwe film on the role of women in the war of independence. See Zimmedia. http://www.zimmedia.com/flame/

Fletcher, Christine - Equity and institutional reform in Aboriginal Australia and Zimbabwe: a framework for analysis
24 p. paper in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. "The role of democracy in public sector reform remains unresolved in the Zimbabwe one-party state where the costs of compromising the mechanics of democracy remain to be seen." Economics Division Working Paper 1997/2 from the Australian National University, National Centre for Development Studies. ftp://ncdsnet.anu.edu.au/fletcher.pdf

Foreign relations of the United States, 1964-1968. Volume 24, Africa.
Editors, Nina Davis Howland, David S. Patterson.Washington, D.C. : Office of the Historian, U.S. Dept. of State, 1999.

Full text primary documents (letters, telegrams, memoranda, etc.) regarding U.S. relations with Africa during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. Includes the entire continent plus Southern Africa, South Africa, Portuguese Africa, Rhodesia. (Dept. of State Publication 10627). [KF] http://www.state.gov/www/about_state/history/vol_xxiv/index.html

Fortune, George - University of Florida, George Fortune Collection
Razia Nanji, formerly Univ. of Florida African Language Selector, has prepared a contents list for the George Fortune collection (language and literature, Xhosa, Swahili, Ndebele, Zulu, Chinyanja. Lozi, Luvale, esp. Shona and other languages): http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/cm/africana/fortidx.htm

Forum Party of Zimbabwe
Site has closed. Opposition party. Party history and older press releases (1997-1998). Party based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Site based in the U.K.

Free and Fair Zimbabwe Election
Site for the 2013 election. Voter information, reports, e-newsletter, links to related sites. http://zimbabweelection.com/

Free Zimbabwe - [video news]
TV video reports from Sky News on events in Zimbabwe. From Free Zimbabwe. Hosted in World TV. http://worldtv.com/free_zimbabwe/

Future in Zimbabwe Discussion Forum
Discussion on Zimbabwe open to all. Began Feb. 2000. http://www.egroups.com/list/zimbabwes-future/

Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe
"...formed in 1989 to provide gay men and lesbians in Zimbabwe with a network to facilitate communication within the gay community." Hosted by Kubatana.net; see the Human Rights section. http://www.kubatana.net There is an old site but the links are not working.

Genocide Watch (Washington, D.C.)
Has a Politicide Watch for Zimbabwe: January 11, 2002, a Report on the Genocide Prevention Conference held in Harare, Zimbabwe, October 16-18, 2001. http://www.genocidewatch.org/

Global Analysis Zimbabwe
A research institute established in 1996. Provides assessments / forecasts to clients. Has many articles by Samson Mulenga, Dept. of Political & Administrative Studies, University of Zimbabwe. Many articles support the Mugabe government. http://www.glob.co.zw/index.htm

Global Witness - "Zimbabwe's Resource Colonialism in the DRC"
Briefing Document of 26th August 2001. Chapters cover The Timber Deal, Zimbabwean Military Involvement in DRC. The report recommends that "The Government of Zimbabwe should unilaterally withdraw from the SOCEBO logging deal...The Parliament of Zimbabwe should condemn the corporate ambitions of Zanu-PF..." Global Witness is based in London. http://www.globalwitness.org/projects/zimbabwe/index.html

Great Britain. Public Record Office. - Southern Rhodesia Seal Matrices, Elizabeth II
The PRO's Virtual Museum shows "seal matrices for the seal of Southern Rhodesia, with their copper counterpart." Click on the photo for a closeup. Part of the Empire section whicn includes an Empire map. http://www.pro.gov.uk/virtualmuseum/maingalleries/empire/matrices/default.htm

Guruve, Contemporary African Art
Specialises in contemporary stone sculpture from Zimbabwe (Richard Mteki, Nesbert Mukomberanwa, Locardia Ndandarika, Kennedy Phiri, Newman Chikuni and others). Also features painters, Charles Nkomo (from Zimbabwe) and Godfrey Banadda (from Uganda) and metalwork artist, Danisile Ncube (from Zimbabwe). Has a history of the Shona art movement. Based in London. http://www.guruve.com/

Hands on Zimbabwe
Small selection of hand-painted textiles from Mutare, Zimbabwe. http://www.samara.co.zw/handson/index.html

Help Zimbabwe
Magazine. On-line magazine edited by Zvisinei C. Sandi, exiled political activist from Zimbabwe, presently a Scholar Rescue Fellow at Stanford University. See also Sandi's blog, Zvisinei C. Sandi at http://zvisineisandi.blogspot.com/ with an interview by Stanford University Professor, Russell Berman. http://www.helpzimbabwemagazine.blogspot.com/

Hemans, Trevor - Those Were the Days
Full text account of the "incidents and experiences in the life of a District Commissioner in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe during the 36 years between 1946 and 1981, which saw the phasing out of the colonialist era and the coming into being of the new nation of Zimbabwe. It is in no way a technical book and I have attempted to record all facets of a District Commissioner's life in as entertaining a way as possible without digressing in an erudite manner into the realms of ethnology, law and custom. I have tried to be as non-controversial as possible, because I live in Zimbabwe and have my loyalty to Zimbabwe." Part of the Hemans Family page. http://ds.dial.pipex.com/hemans/book/index.htm

Heroes Acre, Guide to
"...the national monument of Zimbabwe...to commemorate those who fell in the struggle for national liberation." Has biographies of liberation war heroes 1980-1990 (Takawira, Tongogara, Chitepo, Chinamano, Moyo, Musarurwa, Ndlovu, etc.) and of individuals from 1991-1996 (Sally Mugabe, Nyandoro, Clutton-Brock, etc.). http://www.mediazw.com/hero/index1.html

Högberg, Ulf - "Regional Centre for Reproductive Health Research and Training, Harare, Zimbabwe"
Subtitle: Reproductive health research, capacity building and health care improvement in eastern and southern Africa. Full text, in Adobe pdf. Published 2002. 48 p. (SIDA Evaluation 02/15). SIDA, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agnecy is Sweden's government development agency. Based in Stockhom, Sweden. http://www.sida.se/Sida/jsp/Crosslink.jsp?d=582

House of Stone
Sells Shona stone sculpture, quality batiks, wire toys, to raise funds to help Zimbabwe children, particularly orphans. Supports the Highfield Community Child Care Project, Vimbainesu Children's Home, the Dominican Sisters project, Farm Orphan Support Trust, etc. http://HouseOfStone.org/

Human and Constitutional Rights
Includes Bill of Rights Comparative Law Materials with constitutional law cases from around the world including Namibia, Zimbabwe in matters of land and property, citizenship, cultural communities, emergency powers, security of the person, freedom of movement, etc. Maintained by the Diamond Law Library, Columbia University Law School. Has Namibia and Zimbabwe pags. http://www.hrcr.org/index.html

Hyatt, Stanley Portal - Diary of a Soldier of Fortune (London, Collins, 1911)
The full text online of Stanley Hyatt's book is provided by Ronald J. Wilson of Spokane, Washington. Hyatt travelled in Rhodesia (also to Mozambique, Mauritius, Australia, the Philippines). Includes photographs of early Bulawayo, a glossary created by Wilson. One can download the complete book in ASCII text. http://www.btinternet.com/~rhodesian.library/dsof/

Indaba - Discussion list for Rhodesians Worldwide
"...for folk who have, at some stage, lived in, or been closely associated, with Rhodesia." http://listserver.cowan.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/indaba

Insider (Harare)
Commentary on current events in Zimbabwe. Information about prominent individuals. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange companies list. Links to minimum wage information in African countries. Salaries of Zimbabwe celebrities. WikiLeaks cables about Zimbabwe. Begun Dec. 1990 by journalist Charles Rukuni. http://www.insiderzim.com/

Institute Of Chartered Secretaries And Administrators, Zimbabwe Division (Harare)
"The Institute is the professional home of members with a high level of competence in business administration, general management, accounting, company secretaryship, taxation and corporate governance." "In Zimbabwe Chartered Secretaries are also eligible for registration with the Public Accountants and Auditors Board as Public Accountants..." Publishes the Chartered Secretary Journal. http://www.icsaz.co.zw/

International Crisis Group - Zimbabwe
The ICG is "...a private, multinational organisation committed to strengthening the capacity of the international community to anticipate, understand and act to prevent and contain conflict." Has many full text reports on the Zimbabwe situation. Based in Brussels, Belgium. http://www.crisisgroup.org/projects/project.cfm?subtypeid=14

International Crisis Group - Zimbabwe: At The Crossroads
Full text report of 10 July 2000, in html and Adobe PDF. Covers the election campaign, the economy, the land issue. ICG is based in Brussels. http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/showreport.cfm?reportid=110

International Crisis Group - Zimbabwe in Crisis: Finding a Way Forward
Full text. 31 p. July 2001. Covers economic collapse, assault on the rule of law, pre-election political environment, strategy for change. ICG is based in Brussels. http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/showreport.cfm?reportid=356

International Crisis Group - Zimbabwe In Search of a New Strategy
Pub. April 2004. Full text report. 35 p. in Adobe pdf. http://www.icg.org/home/index.cfm?id=2607&l=1

International Crisis Group - Zimbabwe: Three Months after the Elections 26 September 2000
Full text report of Sept. 26, 2999, in html and Adobe PDF. Reports advocates instituting various measures against the government. ICG is based in Brussels. http://www.crisisgroup.org/projects/showreport.cfm?reportid=109

International Crisis Group - Zimbabwe's Election:The Stakes for Southern Africa
Full text of the Jan. 11, 2002 report. "SADC policy is at a crossroads. Either member states can continue sending mixed signals to Mugabe veering from strong public criticism to solidarity, or they can set minimum conditions for the spring election based on SADC’s own standards and use their leverage to enforce them." http://www.crisisgroup.org/projects/showreport.cfm?reportid=524

International Monetary Fund - Zimbabwe and the IMF
Full text reports on Zimbabwe's economy. Includes "Zimbabwe: Recent Economic Developments," "Zimbabwe - Statistical Appendix," "The Economic Consequences of HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa," and more. http://www.imf.org/external/country/ZWE/index.htm

Internet Icon
Internet service provider for Zimbabwe. Supplies Zimbabwe news.Has links to other Zimbabwe sites (travel, hotels, etc.) http://www.icon.co.zw/index.asp

Internet Icon - Today's Headlines
Current news (from sources such as Business Day, Mail & Guardian, BBC) from a Zimbabwe internet service provider.Has a forum to discuss Zimbabwe current events or read comments of others on issues such as land reform or Zimbabwe's role in the Congo.http://www.headlines.co.zw/index.asp#Zim Headlines

Introductory Shona Language - Cameron Smith
A Shona tutorial. Has links to related sites, a book list, language courses. Maintained by Cameron Smith. http://www.shonalanguage.fsnet.co.uk

Ithaka: an Introduction, by Kevin Guthri
Powerpoint presentation about Aluka, an Ithaka project to create an online database of scholarly resources for research and teaching and to preserve materials in danger of being lost. The first projects are three on Africa - documents from the Southern Africa liberation movements, African Plants and their uses, and the historic Kilwa island off the Tanzania coast. From the web site for the Association of Research Libraries, May 2004 meeting proceedings. http://www.arl.org/arl/proceedings/144/guthrie.html

Ivory Interactive
Site based in Harare set up in connection with the June 1997, CITES meeting in Harare "to decide, among other things, whether the sale of ivory should resume on the open market. Ivory Interactive will include articles from the local and regional press as we find them, so as to give a Zimbabwean view of the situation." http://www.mediazw.com/ivory/index.html

"This site is dedicated to sharing the wacky capers of Bobby G. Mugabe with the world." Has eyewitness reports, the land issue, humor. Based in London. http://www.jongwe.com/

Journal of Peace Conflict and Military Studies (Harare, Zimbabwe)
Published by the University of Zimbabwe. Centre for Defence Studies. Some full text articles from Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2, 2000. Topics include: Pre-colonial Fortified Settlements in Northern Zimbabwe, 1550-1750 AD, the History of Umkhonto We Sizwe Between 1961–2000, The Malawi Army and the Disarming of the Malawi Young Pioneers, The Making of South Africa’s Defence Policy, 1990-99, Critical Assessment of Zimbabwe’s Demobilization and Reintegration Programmes, 1980-2000. http://www.uz.ac.zw/units/cds/

Journal of Social Development in Africa (Harare, Zimbabwe)
Based at the School of Social Work, Harare, Zimbabwe. Has the table of contents and abstracts. http://www.inasp.org.uk/ajol/journals/jsda/index.html

Blog about the March 29, 2008 Presidential Election in Zimbabwe. "Briggs Bomba, Africa Action's Program Associate in our Department of Public Education and Mobilization and a citizen of Zimbabwe, is traveling to the region with two representatives of TransAfrica Forum." http://justzimbabwe.wordpress.com/

Kofa International Art
Sells stone sculptors from Zimbabwe. The owner, Sharon Gordon is based in Oakland, California. http://www.shaonkofa.com

Kubatana.net (Harare)
Huge directory of NGO, human rights, civic organizations in Zimbabwe (arranged by category or name). The Archive section contains many documents issued by Zimbabwe civil society organizations. Features a Zimbabwe activist e-project. http://www.kubatana.net

Has a directory of Health Sector Organizations. The HIV/AIDS Sector has a large database of articles, esp. on Zimbabwe. You can also search the huge Kubatana site using Google. Put in the Google search box for example - hiv/aids musicians site: kubatana.net to find articles on musicians and AIDS awareness. The Kubatana Trust of Zimbabwe, incorporating the NGO Network Alliance Project (NNAP) works in human rights and Zimbabwe civil society. http://www.kubatana.net/

Kubatana.net - Information and photographs: Rally in Highfields, Sunday March 11, 2007
Images from the Save Zimbabwe Campaign - Highfields meeting - March 11, 2007. See also Reuters article March 16, 2007. http://www.kubatana.net/html/archive/cact/070216kubsavezim.asp?sector=CACT

Lambert, Jill - Briefing Papers: Zimbabwe
Rerpots presented to Alexander Downer (Minister for Foreign Affairs, Australia) by Jill Lambert (Baker) - author of "Beloved African," comprises 144 pages online and in Adobe PDF. Released on the web Aug. 2001. " "I spent nearly one and a half hours with our Australian foreign minister Alexander Downer yesterday and had put together a weighty document to give him more background on what is happening in Zimbabwe." http://www.wn.com.au/kdc/downer/

Land Dispute
Adams, Martin - Land Reform: New Seeds On Old Ground?
London: Overseas Development Institute, 1995. 9 pp. (Natural Resource Perspective, No. 6, 1995). http://www.odi.org.uk/nrp/nrp6.html
BBC - Zimbabwe News

Extensive articles, background reports, maps, audio clips. http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/in_depth/africa/2000/zimbabwe/
Chitiyo, Tapera Knox - Land Violence and Compensation. Reconceptualising Zimbabwe's Land and War Veterans' Debate. Article from Track Two Quarterly of the Centre for Conflict Resolution, University of Cape Town. http://ccrweb.ccr.uct.ac.za/two/9_1/zimbabwe.html


Justice for Agriculture, JAG

"a group of concerned Zimbabweans whose mission is to secure Justice, Peace and Freedom for the agricultural sectorwhose contribution to the Zimbabwean economy is under attack leading to disenfranchisement of expertise, poverty and starvation." Commentary on the land issue, advice to farmers, advocacy, news. Based in Zimbabwe. http://www.justiceforagriculture.com/

Mwengo - LandWeb (Harare, Zimbabwe)

"a network and information exchange tool for NGOs working on land advocacy and issues in Eastern and Southern Africa." Includes a chronology of land issues in Zimbabwe since 1981, a Zimbabwe country report. Mwengo is a centre for NGOs working in the eastern and southern Africa region. http://www.mwengo.org/land/index.htm

Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa - Zimbabwe Watch


Oxfam. Land Rights in Africa

Has full text papers covering Africa in general, East Africa, the Horn of Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa and links to related web sites. Based in Oxford, U.K. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/landrights/
Includes: Mugabe's 'Land Grab' in Regional Perspective, by Robin Palmer. From a 1998 conference on land reform in Zimbabwe. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/landrights/ZIMGRAB.rtf and The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Rural Households and Land Issues in Southern and Eastern Africa, by Scott Drimie (2002). http://www.oxfam.org.uk/landrights/HIVbackg.doc

University of Wisconsin. Land Tenure Center

All publications since 1996 are available on-line, except for those in their Reprint series. See their online and print Africa publications. Full text papers from the Land Reform and Resettlement Program in Zimbabwe, such as BASIS Brief No. 11, (Aug. 2002) Land Redistribution in Namibia and Zimbabwe. 4 pages. In Adobe pdf. http://www.wisc.edu/ltc/

Zimbabwe Situation

Extensive current news from various sources. http://www.1freespace.com/beetee/

Farms to be sized - June 2000

Zimbabwe Situation Page - Farms listed for seizure by Zimbabwe government published 2 June 2000.
Large file, slow to load. The entire list is in 2 parts. The links to the list in ZIP format or as a Microsoft Excel file are dead. Part of the Zimbabwe Situation page. http://www.1freespace.com/beetee/farmlist.html

Liyana USA Tour 2009
Afro-fusion' music by eight musicians from the KGVI School in Zimbabwe. "While students at KGVI all have physical challenges, they are encouraged to believe they can achieve anything and everything." Audio and video of the band. The band appeared at Macworld 2009 in connection with the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus. http://liyanatour.com/

Lonely Planet - Destination Zimbabwe
Information from the well-known guide book publisher on travel to Zimbabwe, weather, history, culture, has recent travelers' reports. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/dest/afr/zim.htm

Lonker, Steve
Lonker a graphic and web site designer worked as a geologist in Zimbabwe. His site includes images of San (Bushman) rock art, African art in general, and accounts of his travels, from February 1994 to December 1995, in Zimbabawe, the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and Namibia. Also gardening (growing Southern African plants) and birds of Southern Africa. See the site map. Based in Silver Spring, Maryland. http://www.lonker.net

Lost Tribes of Israel
Public Broadcasting Service TV program. Includes the "Mystery of Great Zimbabwe" whose ruins were erroneously attributed to the Queen of Sheba or "a northern race coming from Arabia." Archeologist David Randall-MacIver concluded the ruins were created by 14th-15th c. African builders. "In the 1960s and 1970s, as the edifice grew into a potent symbol of the African Nationalist movement, the white government of Rhodesia set about suppressing the findings of prehistorians who claimed that Africans had built Great Zimbabwe." The Lemba of Southern Africa, who claim ancient Jewish heritage, may have built Great Zimbabwe. Includes a teachers guide. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/israel/index.html

Loven, Jennifer - Bush blocks assets of Zimbabwe's Mugabe
March 7, 2003 Associated Press article, reprinted on the Salon.com site. http://www.salon.com/news/wire/2003/03/07/zimbabwe_bush/index.html

Malcolm MacDonald Papers
Description of the Papers held in Durham University Library, England. MacDonald was Governor of Kenya 1963-4, High Commissioner for Kenya and involved in diplomatic missions to Nigeria and Zimbabwe. Links to a detailed finding aid for the Papers.

Maggemm 2000, Mthwakazi Action Group on Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing in Matebeleland and Midlands
"MAGGEMM 2000 is an action group whose fundamental goal is to ensure that the Ndebele people of Matebeleland and Midlands in the imposed colonial boundaries which constitute what is presently known as Zimbabwe, never EVER again have to endanger their security and their right to exist as a people on the face of this PLANET by suffering genocide and ethnic cleansing...." Based in London. http://members.aol.com/maggemm/

Mambo Press
Publisher of Religious Books, Instructional & Socio-Economics, Culture & Society, Zimbabwean History Languages, Dictionaries & Grammar, Literary Studies, Shona Literature, Ndebele Literature, children's readers. Publishes Moto magazine. Based in Gweru, Zimbabwe. http://www.mambopress.co.zw

Mapfumo, Thomas
AnonymousWeb.com: Zimbabwe musician, fighter for social justice. Discography with photos of album tracks, biography, tour schedule, photos of former performers with Mapfumo. The company distributes his CDs. http://www.anonymousweb.com/thomas_mapfumo.html

Thomas Mapfumo received an honorary doctorate in music from Ohio University (Athens, Ohio) 2001. Article. Photograph. http://www.ohiou.edu/toguna/

Matowanyika, Joseph Z. Z. - History of Land Use in Zimbabwe from 1900
Paper prepared for the Leadership for Environment and Development 1997 conference. http://www.lead.org/
Paper: http://www.lead.org/lead/training/international/zimbabwe/1997/papers/d1matowan.html

Maviyane-Davies, Chaz
Zimbabwe design consultant, poster activist artist, filmmaker. The artist runs a design studio in Harare, the Maviyane-Project. Has a gallery of his work, biography, a video clip of his film. Produced posters in the 2000 and 2002 elections promoting citizen voting and posters reflecting the country's human rights, social and environmental issues. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.maviyane.co.zw/Default.htm

Mbira Page of Solomon Murungu
Large amount of information on mbira and Shona music.

McLaughlin, Janice - "A Dream Betrayed"
Published 30 March 2002. Opposes sanctions against Zimbabwe. Mentions the work of Zimbabwe graphic artist, Chaz Maviyane-Davies. On the site of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars (ACAS). http://www.prairienet.org/acas/edge/zimmclaughlin.html

Media Education and Research in Zimbabwe, 1996-1999
A program of the Media and Communication Studies, English Department, University of Zimbabwe and the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. Describes the projects and publications. http://www.media.uio.no/prosjekter/NUFU/

Media for Development Trust
Non profit, based in Harare, Zimbabwe, "promoting development through communication particularly through the production and distrubtion of high quality, socially conscious films and videos." Has descriptions of all films, a production studio, and equipment for hire. http://site.mweb.co.zw/mfd/

Media Monitoring Project Zimbabwe (Harare)
Produces Weekly Media Reviews. Monitors Zimbabwe's print media, television, and radio. Carries statements on Farm invasions, the Fuel Crisis, Floods and Elections. http://www.mmpz.org/

Military History (Rhodesia & South Africa) - Richard Allport
Allport, based in the Netherlands, has a book business. His site contains his? reviews of books on "Rhodesia" and South Africa military history and vexillology (the study of flags). There are articles and links to other Rhodesia and South Africa pages. Has most of the text of a 1979 report by a Conservative Party (UK) election observer team to the first one man one vote Zimbabwe elections, text of Ministry of Information pamphlets published during the civil war, the text of an article "Rhodesian Insurgency" by J.R.T. Wood covering events to March 1980, a "Brief History of the Rhodesian Army" by Allport, a 19 page press conference with Ian Smith in April 1997, etc. http://www.rhodesia.myweb.nl

Articles on mining companies worldwide, a country section on mines, information by mining company. Use the Search to find information on Oryx Diamonds Ltd., a company owned by the DRC government (Kabila govt.) and Zimbabwe government interests. See also "African Diamond Concern to Sell Shares in London" by Alan Cowell in the New York Times, May 26, 2000. http://www.minesite.com/

Morier-Genoud, Eric - Religion in Zimbabwe
Links to information on religion and religious institutions in Zimbabwe. http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/emorier/Zimbabwe.html

Movement for Democratic Change, MDC
The main opposition party. Its President is Morgan Tsvangirai, former Secretary General of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions. Has news, the party manifesto, policy papers, profiles of leaders. One can join their e-mail list. http://www.mdc.co.zw/

Mtukudzi, Oliver "Tuku"
Zimbabwe musician. Biography, discography, tour dates, mailing list. Maintained by "Taigiseadh." The non-profit site, Kubatana has an audio clip and information about his album, Tuli Bamuchaala - We are the oprhans, made with orphans from AIDS. http://www.taigiseadh.com/olivermtukudzi.html

Mungoshi, Charles
Page by Dr. Daniel Reboussin of the University of Florida Libraries on Mungoshi, African writer in residence, during the Spring 2000 semester at the university. Includes a biography and an annotated bibliography on the Zimbabwe author and poet. http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/cm/africana/mungoshi.htm

Features the work of the late Henry Munyaradzi, Zimbabwean Shona master stone sculptor, and of his son, Mike Munyaradzi. Biographies, background, galleries. Stone bowls and sculptures by Mike Munyaradzi can be purchased. Has a huge online catalogue of Henry Munyaradzi's work; collectors are invited to contribute to it. http://www.munyaradzi.com

Mwengo (Harare)
"MWENGO's mission is to strengthen the capacities of NGOs in Eastern and Southern Africa to articulate and implement a development agenda rooted in African experience and analysis." Has the full text of "Talents : Building Capacity of African Civil Society." http://www.mwengo.org/

National Association of Non-governmental Organisations, NANGO
"...the main body facilitating co-operation and collaboration between and among NGO'S" in Zimbabwe, founded in 1962. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.nango.org.zw/

National Constitutional Assembly
NCA is a "conglomerate of human rights organisations, churches, trade unions, women's groups, professionals and interested individuals. Representatives of civic society have come together to initiate a process aimed at entrenching democratic participation by ordinary Zimbabweans in the making of a new constitution and in the governance of their country." Has the text of the draft constitution, full text of the 2000 Constitution, selected full text articles from its journal, Agenda, an e-mail list, full text pamphlets. http://www.nca.org.zw/

National Parks and Tourism in Zimbabwe
Information for travelers. http://www.gorp.com/gorp/location/africa/zimbabwe/zimbabwe.htm

Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa (NIZA)
"As part of the NIZA media campaign 'Freedom of Expression: Making the Waves', three journalists/media activists travel through Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Angola from August 11 to 26 [1998]. In Dutch and English. Short English article on "Broadcasting in Zimbabwe." http://www.niza.nl/uk/index.html

Network Startup Resource Center
Information on the internet and networking in Zimbabwe. Has full text documents providing a history of the internet in Zimbabwe. NSRC, run by Randy Bush, John Klensin, Steven Huter, Michael Downhill, is a major site for information on electronic networking in Africa. http://www.nsrc.org/db/lookup/ISO=ZW

New York Times - "A Selection From the Cache of Diplomatic Dispatches"
From cables released by WikiLeaks. Cable from the U.S. Ambassador about President Robert Mugabe. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/11/28/world/20101128-cables-viewer.html?hp#report/cables-07HARARE638

Current Zimbabwe news. Also sports, science, entertainment, crime, business, agriculture news. "Newsnet (Private) Limited was born out of the unbundling of the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation in December 2003 and as a subsidiary of the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings. Its major mandate is to provide News and Current Affairs programming to radio and television channels under ZBH and any other broadcasters that may require such programming as well as provide services as a multi-media news agency." Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.newsnet.co.zw/

Specialized in art and crafts made by artists in developing countries (West Africa, Zimbabwe). Kente cloth, paintings, dolls, batiks, masks, stools, chess sets, musical instruments, jewelery, sculpture, home decor, baskets, ceramics, wire art, candles. Has artist profiles. The private company does not charge artists for listings. Partners with National Geographic. Based in Los Angeles. Articles about Novica: San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 29, 2001, B3. [KF] http://www.novica.com

Odyssey, 1999-2000
A virtual two year fieldtrip for young people to Africa (and other countries).  Students can follow and email American educators on the Africa trip which began in South Africa, continues to Zimbabwe (street performers, AIDS education) and Swaziland and will travel to Mali.  Has a teachers' guide, earlier trip reports. The non-profit organization was begun by Jeff Golden, Fulbright scholar and San Francisco high school teacher. The trip follows the U.S. National Educational Standards. http://www.worldtrek.org/odyssey/index.html

Omni Resources -  Zimbabwe Maps 
Sells maps (geologic, physical, topographic, road atlases, Harare city, etc.) of Zimbabwe including a Zimbabwe railway map. Also sells continent and regional maps (minerals, oil and gas, geologic, travel, political). Also sells flags. Based in Burlington, North Carolina. http://www.omnimap.com/catalog/int/zimbabwe.htm

Oxfam. Land Rights in Africa
Has full text papers covering Africa in general, East Africa, the Horn of Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa and links to related web sites. Based in Oxford, U.K. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/landrights/
Includes: Mugabe's 'Land Grab' in Regional Perspective, by Robin Palmer. From a 1998 conference on land reform in Zimbabwe. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/landrights/ZIMGRAB.rtf and The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Rural Households and Land Issues in Southern and Eastern Africa, by Scott Drimie (2002). http://www.oxfam.org.uk/landrights/HIVbackg.doc

Oyama, Tsuyoshi - Determinants of Stock Prices, The Case of Zimbabwe (1997)
Abstract only of International Monetary Fund Working Paper WP/97/117 http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/cat/doctext.cfm?docno=WP/97/117-EA

Pan African Network Trust
"...a non-governmental non-profit organisation based in Harare, Zimbabwe." "Founded in 1993 by Zimbabwe radio journalist, Gift Musarurwa. Has articles on African affairs, music, society, etc. http://meltingpot.fortunecity.com/navarino/212/index.html

Panos Southern Africa
Promotes sustainable development using information and communication tools. Encourages a plural media system with emphasis on the role of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) in gender empowerment. Supports community radio, has a Kariba Oral Testimony project on the "impact of forced resettlement as a result of large-scale development, on communities in Zambia and Zimbabwe." http://www.panos.org.zm/

PC World Zimbabwe
The "IT People" section has a survey of IT salaries in Zimbabwe. http://www.samara.co.zw/pcworld/

Pelum Association - Zambia
Participatory Ecological Land Use Management founded 1995 in Zimbabwe is a regional network of civil society organisations. In 2004 PELUM Association Regional Desk (RD) relocated to Lusaka, Zambia." Operates in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Rwanda with over 150 member organisations in the PELUM network. Works in sustainable agriculture, food security, and natural resource management. Its magazine, Ground Up, distributes information on environmentally-sound farming techniques. http://www.pelum-zambia.net/

Reagan, Ronald - Letter to the Chairmen of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the Situation in Zimbabwe, April 3, 1981
From the website of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. The Library is located in Simi Valley, California. http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/resource/speeches/1981/40381c.htm

Rhodesia and South Africa: Military History - Richard Allport
Allport, based in the Netherlands, has a book business. His site contains his? reviews of books on "Rhodesia" and South Africa military history and vexillology (the study of flags). One can obtain a catalog of the books for sale. There are articles and links to other Rhodesia and South Africa pages. Has information on an Aug. 1997 South African Defence Force Symposium and Reunion, most of the text of a 1979 report by a Conservative Party (UK) election observer team to the first one man one vote elections, Ministry of Information pamphlets published during the civil war, articles on the wars in Angola and Namibia. http://www.rhodesia.nl/
Has the Report on the 1980s Disturbances in Matabeleland and the Midlands. Compiled by the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe, March 1997. 106 pages in PDF.

Rhodesia was Super
Sells souvenir products (rugby player jerseys, flags, mousepads, publications), has a discussion group. Based in Canada. [KF] http://www.Rhodesiaissuper.com

Rhodesian Forces Video Collection
Msasa Enterprises in Benoni, South Africa sells historical videos of military history in the former Rhodesia. http://www.rhodesianvideos.mazoe.com/

Rhodesians Worldwide
The web complement to the print magazine. Site for people who lived in Rhodesia, to re-establish lost contacts, to make new contacts, to catch up on news of Rhodesians, to advertise items for sale, etc. Has an extensive list of related web sites. http://www.rhodesia.com/
Supports a free Zimbabwe News service distributed by email. To subscribe, send your email address and your name to: 100105.2724@compuserve.com

Robertson Economic Information Services
Subscription based. Has a free 30 day trial subscription. Economic information, Zimbabwe finance house links, commentary by John Robertson, financial journalist in Zimbabwe. http://www.economic.co.zw/

Rothchild, Donald - Managing Ethnic Conflict in Africa: Pressures and Incentives for Cooperation
Full text of the book, includes chapters on Angola, South Africa, Sudan, Zimbabwe. The entire book is keyword searchable. (Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, c1997. 343 p.) http://brookings.nap.edu/books/0815775938/html/index.html

SADC Today (Harare)
Full text articles on economic, political and sporting event in Southern Africa. Published by SARDC, Southern African Research and Documentation Centre on behalf of the SADC Secratariat in Gaborone, Botswana. http://www.sardc.net/editorial/sadctoday/

SAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review (Harare, Zimbabwe)
"...one of barely a handful of feminist journals coming out of Africa." An academic journal published bi-annually by the Southern African Institute for Policy Studies of the SAPES Trust, Harare, Zimbabwe. Has the table of contents. http://www.inasp.org.uk/ajol/journals/safere/index.html

Samara Internet Services/M-Web Zimbabwe
Internet service provider in Zimbabwe. Has links to Zimbabwe business, tourism, art sites. http://www.mweb.co.zw/

The Trust promotes regional scholarship and publications, public debate and policy dialogue on critical political and socio-economic problems which affect the SADC region. Areas of research include peace and security, environment, land reform, economic policy, gender, social policy, governance. Publishes the magazine, Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.sapes.co.zw/

Scientific American - "Care For a Dying Continent" - By Carol Ezzell
"In Zimbabwe--where AIDS is prematurely killing a generation of adults--counselors and researchers struggle against social customs, viral resourcefulness and despair." Extensive full text article with photographs. May 2000 issue of Scientific American. http://www.sciam.com/2000/0500issue/0500ezzel.html

Shumba Discussion Forum
Access the various discussion forums on Zimbabwe affairs through the Daily News website. http://www.dailynews.co.zw/

Shumba - Marimba Band
A group of eight musicians from Eugene, Oregon who've been playing traditional Shona and contemporary music of Zimbabwe since 1982.. Has their concert schedule, audio song sampler for those with sound cards, an email list, and links to many African music sites . http://www.efn.org/~shumba

SNIPER, Schools Networked Internet as a Pupils Educational Resource
Effort to link Zimbabwe schools on an educational network. http://www.samara.co.zw/sniper/

Southern Africa AIDS Information Dissemination Service (Harare, Zimbabwe)
SAfAIDS is an NGO established in 1994 whose "main role is promoting policy, research, planning and programme development around HIV/AIDS in the southern Africa region." Has full text issues of SAfAIDS News, Men and HIV In Zimbabwe (a report, in Adobe PDF), a newsletter Southern Africa Aids Action, its Annual Report, Factsheets. http://www.safaids.org.zw

Southern African Centre for Defence Information (SACDI)
A joint project of the Centre for Conflict Resolution and the Institute for Democracy in South Africa. "established to deepen understanding of, and provide support for, debates surrounding defence and security issues in the sub-continent. To this end, it has established and maintains databases containing military and economic information for all the Southern African Development Community countries." Has the full text of Defence Digest, Working Papers and its Defence Digest Briefs. Based in Rondebosch, South Africa. http://ccrweb.ccr.uct.ac.za/defencedigest/defdigest_index.html

Southern African Regional Poverty Network
Established by the Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria. Its purpose is "To provide a facility for raising the level and quality of public debate on poverty across the Southern African Development Community - SADC." Has full text papers from a 2001 conference on Land Reform and Poverty Alleviation in Southern Africa, also additional papers on HIV/AIDS and land in KwaZulu-Natal, poverty issues by country and poverty indicators by country, and an online newsletter. [KF] http://www.sarpn.org.za/

Southscan (London)
E-version of the respected print bulletin of Southern African affairs. Has the full text of recent issues and the table of contents for issues from 1994+. http://www.gn.apc.org/southscan/

SW Radio Africa
"The Independent Voice of Zimbabwe" is a short-wave liberation radio station based in London broadcasting news on the political situation in Zimbabwe and music. Listen to past programs any time (requires soundcard, headset/speakers, Windows Media Player). Run by Zimbabweans, operated by Gerry Jackson who once ran the first independent station in Zimbabwe which was subsequently closed down by the govt. It broadcasts on the 6145khz wavelength in the 49m band, daily 6 - 9 pm Zimbabwe time. See also a print article in Southern Africa Report, (Johannesburg), Vol. 20, No. 2, Jan. 11, 2002. http://www.swradioafrica.com

Tamarin Art Gallery (New York City)
Features "Four Sculptors from Zimbabwe". Includes biographical information. http://www.tamarin.com/shona/shondire1.html

Taylor, Ian - "We are the Democrats: The Crisis in Zimbabwe and the Death of the NEPAD"
Pub. March 18, 2002. Concerns the March 2002 Presidential Election. Dr. Taylor teaches in the Department of Political & Administrative Studies at the University of Botswana. From the Foreign Policy in Focus web site. http://www.fpif.org/outside/commentary/2002/0203nepad.html

Tech news. https://www.techzim.co.zw/

Thompson, Carol - "Zimbabwe: Intersection of Human Rights, Land Reform, and Regional Security"
Full text article from Foreign Policy In Focus. Published by Interhemispheric Resource Center, Albuquerque, NM. Carol Thompson is a specialist on Southern Africa and a professor of political economy at Northern Arizona University. http://www.foreignpolicy-infocus.org/commentary/zimbabwe.html

UNESCO. Africa Revisited
In English and French. About the "richness, the diversity, and the fragility" of Africa's cultural heritage. Includes the sacred wood of Zimbabwe. Lists World Heritage sites in Africa. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre. [KF] http://www.unesco.org/whc/exhibits/afr_rev/toc.htm

United Methodist Church. General Commission on Archives and History
Based in Madison, New Jersey. http://www.gcah.org/
Has online guides to the Church archives and guide to collections such as:

  • the Herbert Cookman Withey Collection (late 19th c. in Angola)
  • Bishop John McKendree Springer Papers (correspondence with African nationals, the Congo Protestant Council, 1920-1961, Angola, Central and Southern, Congo, Liberia, Rhodesia, Southeast Africa)
  • Roger Stilman Guptill Collection (Belgian Congo, training of African missionaries)

United Nations Development Program - Zimbabwe (Harare)
Has full text publications online on the economy, development assistance. http://www.undp.org.zw/publications.htm http://www.undp.org/

United Nations Development Programme. Zimbabwe Land Reform and Resettlement: Assessment and Suggested Framework for the Future. Interim Mission Report
Jan. 2002. Full text online, in Adobe pdf. 60 p. http://www.undp.org/rba/pubs/landreform.pdf

U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees and Refworld
News, full text reports, statistics, maps. Use the Search box. http://www.unhcr.ch

United Nations - Report of the Fact-Finding Mission to Zimbabwe to assess the Scope and Impact of Operation Murambatsvina by the UN Special Envoy on Human Settlements Issues in Zimbabwe Mrs. Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka
100 pages in PDF. On the demolition of shantytowns in Zimbabwe. "Zimbabwe's campaign to clean up illegal shantytowns had destroyed the homes or jobs of at least 700,000 people and affected the lives of another 2.4 million." http://www.un.org/News/dh/infocus/zimbabwe/zimbabwe_rpt.pdf

United Nations Research Institute for Social Development
Has full text reports. http://www.unrisd.org/

United Touring Company, Ltd. (UTC)

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, World Factbook - Zimbabwe
Information on geography, people, government, economy, transportation, communication, defense; has a simple map. https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/zimbabwe/

United States. Congress
Thomas, U.S. Legislative Information, is a great resource. Keyword search access to the full text of the U.S. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD (similar to parliamentary proceedings or debates) and to Congressional legislation. Scroll down half way to locate the Congressional Record Text: Congress: 105th (1997-98) - 104th (1995-96) - 103rd (1993-94). Searching on Zimbabwe for the 104th Congressional Record Text retrieves, for example, the text of S.494, the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act of 2001, the amount of U.S. military sales to Zimbabwe (very small amount), a letter to President Mugabe regarding gay and lesbian Zimbabwe citizens. http://thomas.loc.gov/

United States. Department of State. Report on Human Rights Practices - Zimbabwe
2009 Report, 2008 Report, 2007 Report, 2006 Report, 2005 Report, 2004 Report, 2003 Report, 2002 Report, 2001 Report, 2000 Report, 1999 Report, 1998 Report, 1997 Report, 1996 Report, 1995, 1994, 1993: http://www.state.gov/www/global/human_rights/hrp_reports_mainhp.html

United States. Embassy. Harare, Zimbabwe

United States Institute of Peace - Downward Spiral. HIV/AIDS, State Capacity, and Political Conflict in Zimbabwe
By Andrew T. Price-Smith and John L. Daly. Pub. 2004. Full text, 52 pages in PDF. "traces the effects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on both the withering economy and the tottering apparatus of governance in Zimbabwe." http://www.usip.org/pubs/peaceworks/pwks53.html See also at http://permanent.access.gpo.gov/websites/usip/www.usip.org/pubs/peaceworks/pwks53.pdf

United States Institute of Peace - Zimbabwe and the Politics of Torture
Full text report in Adobe pdf by John Brinkley (Published Aug.2002, 6 p. Special Report 92) Has audio from the conference (requires a sound card, headset or speakers). http://www.usip.org/events/2002/zimbabwe_cib.html

United States Institute of Peace - Zimbabwe and the Prospects for Nonviolent Political Change
Full text, in Adobe pdf. 16 p. Washington, DC : U.S. Institute of Peace, [2003]. Series: (Special report ; 109)

United States. Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act of 2001
U.S. bill offering incentives for creating conditions for a democratic transition in Zimbabwe and the possibility of travel bans and freezing assets belonging to President Robert Mugabe, his family and other Zimbabwean leaders. It was passed by the House of Representatives, in a 396 to 11 vote. The Senate version is S. 494. To locate the text and versions of the bill use Thomas, (U.S. Legislative Information) which provides Keyword search access to the full text of the U.S. Congressional Record (similar to parliamentary proceedings or debates) and to Congressional legislation. http://thomas.loc.gov/ or U.S. GPO Access. Provides keyword search access to the full-text of the U.S. Congressional Record, 1994 + , Congressional Bills 1993/94 + and other US. government documents. http://www.gpoaccess.gov/index.html

University of Florida. International Conference on Land Tenure and Administration
November 1996 conference. Has the full text, in Adobe PDF, of "'Everyone has a right to the farm': Generational conflict in the African freehold areas of Zimbabwe," by Allison K. Shutt. Paper Presented to the First International Land Tenure Conference Orlando, Florida November 1996. http://www.surv.ufl.edu/publications/land_conf96/conference.htm

University of Manchester. Institute for Development Policy and Management. Community Conservation in Africa: Working Papers
Full text of papers (in Adobe PDF or MS Word), covers Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe. http://idpm.man.ac.uk/idpm/idpm_dp.htm#commcons

University of Pennsylvania Zimbabwe Page and Search Engine
Maps, an embassy directory, travel, language information, etc. Site created by Julie Sisskind, now maintained by Ali Dinar. UPenn has a search facility where one can input keywords to receive information found on their very extensive website. http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African_Studies/Country_Specific/Zimbabwe.html

University of the West of England, Bristol. Wars of Liberation, Wars of Decolonisation: The Rhodesian Army Archive Project
Newsletter April 2007 (MS Word document of 4 pages on the Project. "The Rhodesian Army Archive project was set up by the University of the West of England, Bristol, in September 2006,....., to catalogue the extensive collection of papers and other materials from the Rhodesian Army Archive, held by the Empire & Commonwealth Museum in Bristol." "The project will be completed by August 2009, when the catalogue will become available with a searchable database on the UWE website." Project Manager is Dr. Diana Jeater. Uses Bamboo software from Lemur Consulting (1 p in pdf). "Up to 10,000 pages of material will also be digitised and included in the Aluka Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa collection, which documents the liberation struggles in southern Africa since the end of World War II." http://www.uwe.ac.uk/hlss/history/staff_djeater_0704nl.doc

University of Zimbabwe
Academic calendar, staff directory, the library, the Centre for Population Studies, Institute of Environment Studies, Institute of Food, Nutrition and Family Sciences, Institute of Developmental Studies, Institute of Mining Research, etc. http://www.uz.ac.zw/

University of Zimbabwe. Students for Environmental Action
"...a student environmental group at the University of Zimbabwe which aims to raise awareness on environmental issues at the University and the society at large and also to provide a forum for debate on environmental issues." Has links to related sites. http://uzweb.uz.ac.zw/sea/

Utande Internet Services
Harare internet service provider (a merger with the former Intersol). http://www.utande.co.zw/Company-Info/index.htm

Information on the work of the Parliament of Zimbabwe and the Laws of Zimbabwe. Tracks bills, political and legal issues, High Court rulings, Constitution issues, economic governance, election watch, full text of Acts and Bills, government directory (Ministers and Ministries), court judgments, past elections, Post-Cabinet Press Briefing: Meetings. [KF] https://www.veritaszim.net/

Offers tours to Zimbabwe.The Expedition Engineerlocates tourist and travel information. http://www.vicfalls.com/

Visual Arts of Zimbabwe
Features the architecture of Great Zimbabwe and the colonial period . http://www.postcolonialweb.org/zimbabwe/art/zartov.html
Part of the Literature and Culture of Zimbabwe site, which is part of the Contemporary Postcolonial & Postimperial Literature in English site maintained by George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History, Brown University.

Wildlife & Environment Zimbabwe (formerly the Wildlife Society of Zimbabwe)
Founded 1927. News on projects. Publishes a magazine, Wildlife Zimbabwe. Is a member of IUCN World Conservation Union. Based in Harare. http://www.zimwild.co.zw/

Women and Men of Zimbabwe Arise, WOZA
"Now with a countrywide membership of over 35,000 women and men, WOZA was formed in 2003 as a women’s civic movement." Campaigns, arrest reports, press releases, testimonies of police brutalities. Based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. [KF] http://www.wozazimbabwe.org/

The Worker
"Voice of the labour movement." Newsletter of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions. Full text articles, includes older issues of the newsletter. See also their other site, Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.africaonline.co.zw/theworker/

World Health Organization. Traditional Medicine Strategy
"...up to 80% of people in the south use it as part of primary health care. The situation has given rise to concerns among health practitioners and consumers on the issue of safety, above all, but also on questions of policy, regulation, evidence, biodiversity and preservation and protection of traditional knowledge." WHo released 'a global plan..... The strategy provides a framework for policy to assist countries to regulate traditional or complementary/alternative medicine (TM/CAM) to make its use safer, more accessible to their populations and sustainable."
Has full text reports such as:

World Literature Today (Norman, Oklahoma, Vol. 80, No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 2006)
Full text articles from the special section on Censorship in the 21st Century - Power Demons by Ngugi wa Thiong'o (an excerpt from his novel, Wizard of the Crow), Free Speech in Zimbabwe, by Brian Chikwava, and Zimbabwe's Battle for Press Freedom, by Andrew Meldrum. Review of Skinner's Drift, first novel of Lisa Fugard, daughter of Athol Fugard. Published at the Universityi of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. [KF] http://www.ou.edu/worldlit/

Wright Investors' Service - Zimbabwe
Has profiles of a few Zimbabwe companies. Based in Milford, Connecticut. http://profiles.wisi.com/profiles/Zimbabwe.htm

Young, Lauren Elyssa - The Psychology of Repression and Dissent in Autocracy
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Columbia University, 2016. Department: Political Science. Uses "data on public opinion and voting in Zimbabwe,"  Bibliography p. 195-210. https://clio.columbia.edu/catalog/12198819 and https://doi.org/10.7916/D86110HB

Young Rudd International Trust
"...a charitable company that is committed to promote the use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in development by disadvantaged young people and other members of the community, first in Zimbabwe and throughout Africa." Established by Batsirai Mike Chivhanga. http://www.youngruddinternational.org/

Zambezi Society (Harare)
"...conservation group devoted solely to looking after the Zambezi, the finest and wildest river in Africa." Projects include biodiversity in Mozambique, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, elephant research, black rhino protection, eco-tourism, Victoria Falls environmental problems. Has photographs, publications list, a map. [KF] http://www.zamsoc.org/

Zim Today
Current news (from Telegraph [UK], BBC, Zim Today staff), political reports, chat on issues (land, corruption, Congo war, economic crisis, human rights, AIDS, etc.) full text of the Impeachment Articles Against Mugabe, full text of the Report on the 1980s Disturbances in Matabeleland and the Midlands. (Compiled by the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe, March 1997). http://www.zimtoday.com/

"OnDemand and Pay Per View rental service offering global access to Zimbabwean Television content." "to make it easier for people< to watch programming they may have enjoyed while in Zimbabwe..." "For a monthly subscription fee of $9.95 a month members can view as many programs as they want." A few free demos are available if you register. http://www.zimtv.com

Has links to Zimbabwe businesses, travel services. Gives exchange rate, stock market, e-mail addresses of businesses, words to the national anthem, symbolism of the flag, etc. http://www.zimbabwe.8m.com/

Zimbabwe African National Union, ZANU-PF
The government's political party. History, press releases, politburo members, land resettlement, cabinet ministers, etc. http://www.zanupfpub.co.zw/

Zimbabwe Agriculture Commodity Exchange
"The Exchange's main objective is to facilitate trade by Zimbabwean farmers and buyers in agricultural commodities based on a free market system and to provide daily prices of farm produce. The Exchange trades in almost all crops except tobacco and horticultural products." http://www.samara.co.zw/zimace/

Zimbabwe AIDS Network, ZAN
A national network of NGOs founded in 1992. ZAN has a membership of over 400 NGOs, AIDS service organisations , faith based and private sector organisations. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.zan.co.zw/

Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference
Pastoral Letter by the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Conference on the Current Crisis of Our Country Holy Thursday, 5 April 2007 ( 6 pages in PDF). Concerns violence against demonstrators, the state of the country, corrupt leadership. On the web site of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. http://www.usccb.org/sdwp/international/Zmbabwebishopstatement.pdf
Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Conference: Statement on 'Operation Restore Order'. June 8, 2005
. On the Belief.net website. 2005-2007 statements on Kubatana.net including The Zimbabwe We Want: Towards a National Vision for Zimbabwe. 55 p. in PDF

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions
Has the Union constitution, position papers, press statements, articles from The Worker. See also another site for The Worker. http://www.samara.co.zw/zctu/

Zimbabwe Democracy Trust (London)
Carries recent news and articles on the political situation, has "first person accounts...to events in Zimbabwe." The Trust is supported by Sir John Collins, Chester Crocker and others. http://www.zimbabwedemocracytrust.org/

Zimbabwe. Draft Constitution
On the official government site. See also Constitutional Issues. http://www.gta.gov.zw/Constitutional/Draft.Constitution.htm

Zimbabwe Election Support Network (Harare)
NGO. Has complete election results by constituency for the March 2002 Presidential election, the 2001 Bulawayo mayoral election, other elections from 1979-2000. "...a coalition of thirty-eight non-governmental organisations formed to co-ordinate activities pertaining to elections. The major focus of the Network is to promote democratic processes in general and free and fair elections in particular." Has election reports, an Election Reporting Guide. SADC Parliamentary Forum Electoral Recommendations, voting posters, cartoons, Papers and Articles, Statements. It plans to have full text reports. [KF] http://www.zesn.org.zw/

Zimbabwe Government
Official site. Has presidential addresses, ministers' statements on land reform, state security, foreign policy, biographies of the President and Vice President, Zimbabwe news, pages on the land issue, constitutional issues, foreign affairs, press freedom. http://www.zim.gov.zw/

Zimbabwe Hope
"...a community of concerned partners working to find solutions to the AIDS crisis in Zimbabwe" Focuses on "microfinance methods of channeling resources to those who are in the best position to affect real changes." Has links to AIDS and microfinance in Zimbabwe, organizations exploring ways to combat the spread of AIDS in Zimbabwe, information on the July 2000 Durban AIDS conference. Maintained by Bivings Woodell, Inc. Washington, D.C. http://www.zimbabwehope.org/

Zimbabwe Human Rights Non-Governmental Organisations Forum
Has the full text reports:

  • "Organised Violence and Torture in Zimbabwe" Report from the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims, Harare and Copenhagen, (June 06, 2000)
  • "Organised Violence and Torture in Zimbabwe in 1999" (March 2000)
  • "The Unleashing of Violence: A report on violence in Zimbabwe as at May 15, 2000"
  • Monthly Political Violence Reports. http://www.hrforumzim.com/

Zimbabwe Independent (Harare)
Independent weekly Zimbabwe print newspaper, has the full text of selected articles (news, sports, features, letters to the editor, classified ads). Their "Archive" has back issues from 1998 forward. Published by Zimind Publishers (Private) Limited. http://www.theindependent.co.zw/

Zimbabwe International Book Fair
"...the largest and most diverse exhibition of books, magazines, journals, CD-ROM and publishing and printing technology and services in sub-Saharan Africa." Sponsored the 100 Best Books of the 20th Century project. Proceedings of the 2003 conference. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. [KF] http://www.zibf.org.zw/

Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre and Trade Fair

Zimbabwe Labour Party (Harare, Zimbabwe)
"We are dedicated to the logical completion of the workers' and peasants' struggle, which has been hijacked in Zimbabwe by the ruling ZANU(PF) nationalists and their international collaborators."  http://www.socialist.org/zlp/

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, ZLHR
NGO created to "foster a culture of human rights in Zimbabwe." Reports on the destruction of urban settlements, torture, political violence, attacks on journalists. Accounts of cases brought regarding government rights violations. Tracks government legislation. Assists people affected by HIV/AIDS about their rights. Publishes Zimbabwe Human Rights Bulletin . Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. [KF] http://www.zlhr.org.zw/

Zimbabwe Library Association

Zimbabwe Movement
A "network of individuals using the weapon of a letter-writing campaign to bring about change for Zimbabweans. E-mail addresses provided. Special reports, links to related sites. "http://www.zim-movement.org/

Zimbabwe News Online
Ceased publication. Was a bi-monthly e-mail newsletter "written by Zimbabwean journalists living in Zimbabwe..." It was produced by Africa News Network, part of South Africa Contact, the former anti-apartheid movement in Denmark." Some issues are at the Univ. of Pennsylvania African Studies site. Africa News Network contact.

Zimbabwe. Parliament
Has the National Assembly and Senate Hansards and other documents. http://www.parlzim.gov.zw/

Zimbabwe People's Democratic Party : ZPDP
Zimbabwe political party - "a Socio-Liberal Democratic Party." Its President is Ms. Isabel Shanangurai Madangure. Party manifesto, President's speeches, etc. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.zpdp.org

Zimbabwe Science News (Harare)
Published by the Zimbabwe Scientific Association, from 1967 to date. Has the tables of contents and abstracts of article. Photocopies of articles can be ordered. Pay by check or money order. From International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (London). Association members also receive the Transactions of the Zimbabwe Scientific Association. http://www.inasp.org.uk/ajol/journals/zsn/index.html

Zimbabwe Situation
Extensive news of current events in Zimbabwe. Has June 2000 parliamentary election results showing candidate votes and votes by constituency and results of the Feb. 2000 constitutional referendum. Has press releases from the Commercial Farmers Union and an e-mail list. From Australia. http://www.zimbabwesituation.com/

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority
"The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) ia parastatal falling under the Ministry of Mines, Environment and Tourism." Travel facts, tourism directory, public holidays, visa requirements, large road map, Zimbabwe's diplomatic missions. Some informaton is out of date. http://www.tourismzimbabwe.co.zw/

Zimbabwe Update.com
Based in Zimbabwe. Has current news, discussion, classified ads, a search engine. http://www.zimbabweupdate.com/

Zimbabwe Watch - Monitoring Developments in Zimbabwe
Full text reports and documents on the political and human rights situtation, weekly column by Wilf Mbanga, one of the founders of the independent Zimbabwean daily newspaper, The Daily News. "Zimbabwe Watch is a consortium of Dutch NGO's concerned with the current situation in Zimbabwe." Links to related sites. http://www.niza.nl/detail_page.phtml?lang=en&nav=e4dintro&page=zwintro

Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network - ZWRCN
"...a gender and development organisation involved in gathering, analysing, repackaging, and disseminating information on gender and development issues, especially those on gender, HIV/AIDs and the economy." Issues of their Women Plus newsletter and of their GAD Talk bulletins on HIV /AIDS are online. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe.[KF] http://www.zwrcn.org.zw/

Zimbabwean Music Festival
The largest annual gathering in North America for students, teachers, performers and fans of Zimbabwean music. Festival information, music clips, links to Zimbabwe music sources, an e-mail newsletter and more. http://www.zimfest.org

Zimbaweans in Canada
A news and information source for Zimbabweans living in Canada. Commentary on events. Zimbabwe Election 2005 section. Discussion forum. http://www.zimcanada.com

Zimbo On-line
A gathering place for Zimbabweans world wide. Has a directory of individuals, news, links to related sites. http://www.thezimbo.co.uk/

An independent film and video production company based in Harare. Its film, Flame, about a woman soldier in the War of Liberation, was selected for the Cannes Film Festival and won the Human Rights Watch Nestor Almendros Award. http://www.zimmedia.com/
Diversity Studio has a site of articles about Flame: http://www.diversity-studio.co.uk/flame/

Entertainment in Zimbabwe, bands, dance, film, restaurants http://www.zimnites.co.zw/

Current Zimbabwe news. Dating. Nitelife, Events. "aggregates and indexes content from many Zimbabwe and African news organizations" For the Zimbabwe Diaspora. Not related to the UK site at http://zimtownship.co.uk/ Based in Massachusetts. http://www.zimtownship.com

ZOL - Zimbabwe Online (Pvt) Ltd (Harare)
Internet service provider, yellow pages directory, directory to Zimbabwe sites, entertainment schedules, events, sports schedules. http://www.zol.co.zw

Zvakwana / Sokwanele / Enough is Enough
"Zvakwana/Sokwanele is a non-partisan, non-profit group of passionate people – volunteers and visionaries – working to keep Zimbabweans informed about breaking news, including civic campaigns and public meetings and events. We have an activist wing that engages in non-violent civic actions." "This organisation intends to create space for freedom of movement and expression in Zimbabwe through acts that defy the repressive regime." Activist tips, full text of their Zvakwana Newsletter. Based in Harare, Zimbabwe. http://www.zvakwana.org/