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Alex Bells hosts a special on the diamond sector in Zimbabwe. She speaks to the acting Director of the Centre for Research and Development, James Mupfumi, about ongoing human rights abuses at the Chiadzwa diamonds fields. Alex also speaks to Farai Maguwu, the Director of the Centre for Natural Resource Governance, who unpacks the newly adopted Zimbabwe Diamond Policy.
It’s Museve and Sungura day – it’s all about the music from Zimbabwe, with legends like Macheso, Chimbetu and Tongai Moyo.
Ezra features Zim Urban Grooves and South African house tunes as a special treat for the young ones.
Ezra features music by male solo artists from Africa and beyond, taking a look at how successful their music has been.
In pace of Diaspora Diaries, Alex Bell hosts a special, focusing on Zimbabwe’s diamond sector and asks what can be done to not only ensure transparency, but also ensure the gems truly benefit Zimbabweans. Alex is joined by Farai Maguwu, the Director of the Center for Natural Resource Governance and asks if the newly adopted Diamond Policy is the key to unlocking Zimbabwe’s diamond potential.
Ezra features music from various groups, comparing them and how they fare in this competitive industry.
Ezra spins a mixed bag of house, Zim Chimurenga music and pop sounds from USA, to spice up your day.
Violet Gonda brings you an interview with MDC lead negotiator Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, on the outcome of the re-engagement talks between the Zimbabwe government and western diplomats in London last Tuesday.
Piniel Denga, the MDC-T provincial chairman for Mash East, is imploring the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to investigate reports that ZANU PF is working in cahoots with officials from the registrar-general’s office to delete names of known MDC supporters from the voters roll. Denga emphasized that an election is the most important event in a democracy and ZEC should reassure people that they’re ready to investigate and appropriately deal with allegations of fraud in the run up to, or on election day itself.