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The Hot Seat with Violet Gonda. Thandiwe Newton

June 24th, 2021|Featured, Hot Seat|

Thandiwe Newton, a Primetime Emmy Award-winning actress is the guest on the Hot Seat programme with journalist Violet Gonda. The Hollywood star, who is currently on the cover of the UK Vogue Magazine, has enthralled us in many romantic movies and high octane dramas including Beloved, Good Deeds, Mission Impossible 2, and is currently starring in the HBO science-fiction series Westworld.

Women community journalists bear brunt of intensifying media repression in PH

September 21st, 2020|Blog|

MANILA – Women journalists here and abroad are alarmed over how community media practitioners in the Philippines are bearing the brunt of the intensifying media repression as their colleagues are subjected to terror-tagging, arrested based on fabricated charges, and one forcibly disappeared and remains missing. “Journalism is not a crime. Instead of targeting the messengers, the authorities should instead

Zimbabwe: Minister Moyo Emerges Front-Runner in Ruling Party Succession Race

August 27th, 2020|Blog|

Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo has emerged as a centre of power in government and the ruling Zanu PF party, and now fancies his chances of becoming Zimbabwe’s next president. This was said by exiled former cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo while speaking at the Crisis in Zimbabwe’s Dialogue Series under the theme; “Zimbabwe’s prospects: transition, imperatives and stability” on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe: Ballots then Bullets

December 1st, 2018|Featured|

A short documentary about the deadly aftermath of Zimbabwe's 2018 election. This preliminary video is the result of numerous interviews with the wounded, witnesses and reviewing of hours of amateur and professional video footage and photographs.

  • STARFM debate: Making Elections Make Sense: Elections have come and gone. As we look to the future, what lessons have we learnt? How can we make 2023 serve the best interest of our nation?

Elections have come and gone. As we look to the future, what lessons have we learnt? How can we make 2023 serve the best interest of our nation?

September 26th, 2018|Elections|

STARFM debate: Making Elections Make Sense: Elections have come and gone. As we look to the future, what lessons have we learnt? How can we make 2023 serve the best interest of our nation? Join independent journalist Violet Gonda as she hosts the last episode of the Making Elections Make Sense 2018 series in partnership with ZESN. Panellists

  • Episode 4: Unpacking the post election scenarios

Episode 4: Unpacking the post election scenarios continued

July 29th, 2018|Elections|

Unpacking the post election scenarios with Shingi Munyeza & Chimhini Tawanda The 4th and last episode looked at issues around the all important voting process. How it works, what safeguards are in place to stop any rigging, what the role of observers and election agents is and how the count takes place. Also clarified details surrounding

  • Episode 3: Post Election Scenarios

Episode 3: Post Election Scenarios – Part 2

July 28th, 2018|Elections|

Episode 3: Post Election Scenarios - Part 2 Third episode looked at the various possible outcomes in the historic election. Despite there being a number of individuals contesting the presidential vote, the election is clearly just between Nelson Chamisa and Emmerson Mnangagwa and if thereʼs no clear winner, there will be a run off vote. To discuss these

  • Episode 3: Post Election Scenarios

Episode 3: Post Election Scenarios

July 28th, 2018|Elections|

Episode 3: Post Election Scenarios Third episode looked at the various possible outcomes in the historic election. Despite there being a number of individuals contesting the presidential vote, the election is clearly just between Nelson Chamisa and Emmerson Mnangagwa and if thereʼs no clear winner, there will be a run off vote. To discuss these various post election

  • Episode 2: Women, Politics & Elections in Zimbabwe Debate

Episode 2: Women, Politics & Elections in Zimbabwe

July 27th, 2018|Elections|

Episode 2: Women, Politics & Elections in Zimbabwe The focus of the second episode came at the backdrop of a heated discussion that gripped the Zimbabwean discourse following the allegations by former Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi on the Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission being involved in a sexual relationship with a Cabinet Minister from the ruling

  • Hot Seat with Violet Gonda live radio debates in partnership with YETT broadcast on STARFM radio Episode 1: Voters Roll irregularities

Episode 1: Voters Roll irregularities

July 22nd, 2018|Elections|

Hot Seat with Violet Gonda live radio debates in partnership with YETT broadcast on STARFM radioEpisode 1: Voters Roll irregularities In this first episode Moderator Violet Gonda spoke with representatives of the two organisations that have audited the Voters Roll - #TeamPachedu represented by Runyararo Mverekumombe and Runyararo Munetsi one of the authors of the audit report compiled

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