Liam Kanhenga

Liam Kanhenga

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What to do after winning 2023 polls?...A case of national reconstruction in Zim

Zimbabwe is a dictatorship and has never seen a moment of democratic government since the attainment of independence. This is also marked as a failure of the liberation leaders.
By Liam Kanhenga Mar. 3, 2023

Opinion: A class struggle brought to light

Conclusively, the Al Jezeera expose is an eye-opener to the failures of the current system of capitalism and its aiding cronyism in the broader political economy.
By Liam Kanhenga Mar. 10, 2023

The dangerous electrorate-candidate relations in Zim

Thence a lot of things go wrong and the public still condone it .
By Liam Kanhenga Mar. 24, 2023

Mafia state bad for investment

This can lead to a situation, in which corruption and criminal activity are rampant throughout the country, with little recourse for ordinary citizens.
By Liam Kanhenga Apr. 21, 2023

Media integrity in the era of populism

They even went on to label Al Jazeera News group as western-funded entity pursuing an agenda to undermine the sovereignty of Zimbabwe.
By Liam Kanhenga May. 5, 2023

Zim electoral integrity: A matter of question

The credibility of Zimbabwe's electoral system has significant implications for democracy in Zimbabwe and raises questions about the country's future prospects for democratic development.
By Liam Kanhenga May. 12, 2023

How Zim can move from populism to sober and issue-based politics

Populist politicians often take advantage of people's frustrations, promising to provide quick solutions to their problems.
By Liam Kanhenga May. 19, 2023

Ideological silences in our political discourse

Political parties are nolonger clear to the voters on what their preferred national direction is and  what their central issue is, apart from prosperity rhetoric.
By Liam Kanhenga Jun. 30, 2023

Sengezo Tshabangu: Nelson Chamisa’s worst nightmare

Tshabangu wrote in early October to the Speaker  of the National Assembly and President of the Senate claiming that 15 MPs and nine senators had ceased to be members of the party.
By Liam Kanhenga and Youngerson Matete Nov. 17, 2023

The elusive promise of a democratic breakthrough

While these parties hold promise, it is essential to recognise that they are not a guaranteed solution for achieving democratic change.
By Liam Kanhenga and Youngerson Matete Dec. 21, 2023