2020-04-05 02:20 KST
is a Namibian journalist born in Zimbabwe. A Foster Davies Fellow to the Poynter Institute in St Petersburg, Florida, Rodrick has also worked in Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Mugabe Seeks to Extend Term
Zimbabwean leader may amend constitution to remain after 2008
"Most businesses have put in place strategies to survive until 2008, when he retires," Nhamo Takafira, a Harare-based ma...
Teetering Zimbabwe Prints More Cash
Analysts say government looking to quell possible revolts
Printing presses began rolling in Zimbabwe this week to produce about ZIM$60 trillion (about US$400 million) after the g...
Zimbabwe Backtracks on Land Redistribution
Returning farms to whites shows Mugabe's land reforms have failed, say analysts
Analysts say many of the black beneficiaries have failed to lift production to the pre-2000 levels when Zimbabwe was sub...
Namibian Gov't Defends Expulsions
Says Pitt and Jolie deserve protection from paparazzis
"Since Mr. Pitt and Ms. Jolie, who are regarded as visitors to the country, were over the weekend forced to release a st...
Analysts Critical of Zimbabwe's Recovery Program
Say it is mere talk without realistic targets
"However, the problem is that they are not implemented. The NEDPP is high sounding, but the time frame that has been pro...
Bushmen Cry Foul Over Hoodia Trade
South African tribesmen accuse Germany of illegally selling products from the desert plant
The San people, romanticized as hunters-gatherers, are found in Namibia, South Africa, Angola, and Botswana. The San cal...
Mugabe Vows to Crush Street Protests
Threatens never to leave office by force
Mugabe, who last month told Tsvangirai street protests would be a "dice with death," vowed never to leave office because...
Namibia: Land of Contrasts
African country offers sandy dunes and coastal resorts
While the country's warm hospitality, wonderful accommodation, and range of activities all make Namibia an excellent hol...
Zimbabwean Anniversary Marred by Crises
Zimbabweans say there is nothing to celebrate
The vast and growing disparity between the poor and a rich elite of about five percent of the population is blamed large...
Netizens Question Cause of Cheonan Tragedy
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