Zimbabwe’s government vowed essential reforms but has failed to reassure the international community, whose support it desperately needs. Are its promises just shallow phrases? DW’s Sarah Kelly asks Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo.
It promised reform but Zimbabwe's government has failed to calm international worries over corruption and human rights, while millions face poverty and a dire economy. Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo was on Conflict Zone.
Journalist Hopewell Chin'ono, who exposed a multimillion-dollar corruption scandal, has been charged with inciting protest. Rights groups say COVID-19 is a convenient excuse for Zimbabwe to further crack down on dissent.
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As poverty soars in Lebanon, demonstrators defied the coronavirus lockdown to protest the corruption and mismanagement that has shattered the economy. What hope is there that the government can deliver real reform?
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