These inspiring young LGBTQ activists—from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Colombia, Australia, and the U.S.—are fighting for equality in their countries, even if it puts their lives in peril.
Having gone to such lengths to preserve their privileges, the generals are unlikely to let ZANU-PF lose its grip over something so pedestrian as a free and fair election.
The military did not intervene out of the kindness of their hearts, they intervened because their own financial interests were threatened.
Martha O’Donovan says she didn’t even write a tweet critical of Mugabe, but that may not help her in court.
The battle for succession comes down to Mugabe’s former comrades in arms versus his companion in bed, with only a narrow space open for the democratic opposition.
Zimbabwe’s military promises to purge ‘criminals’ in the government, even if the nonagenarian Mugabe retains his title. The main target? Grace Mugabe, the president’s wife.
The wife of Robert Mugabe, who’s been maneuvering to succeed Zimbabwe’s authoritarian nonagenarian, allegedly attacked the young woman who’d been hanging out with her sons.