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Zimbabué: guerra faccional de sucessão
18 | Março | 2018

A 15 de Novembro os militares perpetraram um golpe de estado pacífico, provocando a renúncia de Robert Mugabe à Presidência do Zimbabué, após 37 anos no poder. Nas origens deste passo dos veteranos da guerra de libertação estará a escalada da competição interna do partido dominante ZANU-PF, devido ao descontentamento com o afastamento de Emmerson Mnangagwa da Vice-Presidência e a ascensão da Primeira-dama Grace Mugabe como provável sucessora.

Recursos | Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias


Zimbabwe: Full text of Mugabe’s address to the nation [20/11/2017]
Ameh Comrade Godwin, Daily Post

Here is the Official Military Statement Delivered on Zimbabwe Live Television[15/11/2017]
The African Exponent

Statement by the Chairperson of the African Union Commission on the situation in Zimbabwe [15/11/2017]
African Union Press Release

So Who Was Fired From ZANU-PF Along With Mugabe? [19/11/2017]
The African Exponent

Cinq graphiques pour comprendre la situation économique du Zimbabwe [20/11/2017]
Le Monde


Opiniões & Análises
Emmerson Mnangagwa: Toward a New Zimbabwe [12/03/2018]
Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, New York Times

Mugabe’s Misrule [03/2018]
Martin Meredith, Foreign Affairs

Who’s Running the Show in Zimbabwe? [05/01/2018]
Alexander H. Noyes, CSIS

What future for civil society in Zimbabwe? [19/12/2017]
David Kode and Teldah Mawarire, Open Democracy

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Headache for Mnangagwa [10/12/2017]
Everson Mushava, Standard

Zimbabwe after the party — The hangover [10/12/2017]
Tula Dlamini, Standard

We brought you colonialism, now we’ll teach you democracy [06/12/2017]
Frederick Golooba-Mutebi, The East African

How the African Union got it wrong on Zimbabwe [05/12/2017]
Philip Roessler, Al Jazeera

Zimbabwe Cabinet Appointments Disappoint [05/12/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Grace et Robert Mugabe, la fable sexiste du paradis perdu [05/12/2017]
Sarah-Jane Fouda, Le Monde

Mnangagwa’s disappointing Cabinet [03/12/2017]
Tawanda Majoni, The Standard

The 'alternative facts' of a coup [02/12/2017]
Claudio Sopranzetti, Al Jazeera

Mugabe Falls as Zuma struggles to Hold on [01/12/2017]
Ralph Bunche, CFR

Zimbabwe opposition promises push for reform after new cabinet revealed [01/12/2017]
Jason Burke, The Guardian

L’alliance sacrée de la Zanu-PF et de l’armée douche les espérances de l’opposition au Zimbabwe [01/12/2017]
Jean-Philippe Rémy, Le Monde

AP Interview: Zimbabwe’s president has ‘small window’ to act [30/11/2017]
Christopher Torchia, The Washington Post

The Fall of Mugabe [30/11/2017]
Adekeye Adebajo, The Guardian Nigeria

Los que huyeron de Robert Mugabe [30/11/2017]
Carolina Valdehita, El Mundo

Quelles perspectives pour l’économie après le départ de Robert Mugabe?[28/11/2017]
Victor Bérenger, Jeune Afrique

Zimbabwe: A Faustian Bargain with a Crocodile? [28/11/2017]
Rita Abrahamsen, CIPS

Robert Mugabe’s gone: Epitaph for a revolutionary who gave in to the IMF [28/11/2017]
Yashpal Tandon, The East African

Why African Leaders are Watching Zimbabwe’s “soft coup” [27/11/2017]
David Pilling, Financial Times

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa is Mugabe [27/11/2017]
Brent Meersman, Alla Africa

Why new leadership may not bring democracy in Harare [25/11/2017]
Nic Cheeseman, The East African

Emmerson Mnangagwa: the 'Crocodile' taking power in Zimbabwe [24/11/2017]
,The Guardian

The West owes Zimbabwe a future [24/11/2017]
Nick Dearden, Al Jazeera

Zimbabwe: Five lessons from Uncle Bob [24/11/2017]
Elsie Eyakuze, Al Jazeera

Zimbabweans are delighted at Mugabe’s fall, but democracy won’t come overnight [23/11/2017]
Basildon Peta, The Guardian

Road to ruin: how the Mugabes' time ran out [23/11/2017]
Jason Burke, The Guardian

Robert Mugabe’s lucky break: he had Grace to act as lightning rod [23/11/2017]
Tania Branigan, The Guardian

Will Mnangagwa usher in a new democracy? The view from Zimbabwe [23/11/2017]
Nic Cheeseman, The Conversation

Le départ de Mugabe au Zimbabwe, nouvelle étape dans les transitions démocratiques en Afrique ? [22/11/2017]
Laura Motet, Madjid Zerrouky, Maxime Vaudano e Aline Leclerc, Le Monde

Mugabe’s fall an ‘unAfrican’ political drama in Zimbabwe [22/11/2017]
Charles Onyango-Obbo, Daily Nation

Robert Mugabe’s departure ushers in a heady new era for Zimbabwe [22/11/2017]
Knox Chitiyo, The Guardian

The fall of Robert Mugabe sends an ominous signal to Africa’s dictators [22/11/2017]
Fred Muvunyi, The Washington Post

Zimbabweans Should Keep Their Focus On The Forthcoming Elections [22/11/2017]
Takudzwa Hillary Chiwanza, The African Exponent

Robert Mugabe’s fall offers faint hope to Zimbabwe opposition [22/11/2017]
David Pilling, Financial Times

Emmerson Mnangagwa: Will Zimbabwe's new ruler break with Mugabe's legacy?[22/11/2017]
Martin Fletcher, New Statesman

Diamonds and the Crocodile: China’s Role in the Zimbabwe Coup [22/11/2017]
Vasabjit Banerjee e Timothy Rich, The Diplomat

Facing Impeachment, Zimbabwe's Mugabe Resigns [21/11/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Africa’s deft handling of Zimbabwe’s ‘coup’ [21/11/2017]
William Saunderson-Meyer, Reuters

How Zimbabwe’s Mugabe clung to power for almost 40 years [21/11/2017]
Rick Noack, Washington Post

How Influential Is China in Zimbabwe? [20/11/2017]
Alex Vines, Chatham House

Mugabe Holds On [20/11/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Mugabe and Other Leftist Heroes [20/11/2017]
Bret Stephens, New York Times

The Zimbabwean parliament may plan on impeaching Robert Mugabe, but he won’t give up that easily [20/11/2017]
Kim Sengupta, The Independent

Zimbabwe: New Crocodile, Same Teeth [20/11/2017]
Ashton Robinson, Lowy Interpreter

Zimbabwe: how impeachment would actually works [20/11/2017]
Alex T. Magaisa, African Arguments

La Chine a-t-elle lâché Robert Mugabe ?[20/11/2017]
Sébastien Le Belzic, Le Monde

How Zimbabwe’s economy was brought to the brink of collapse [19/11/2017]
Tony Hawkins e David Pilling, Financial Times

The fall of an African tyrant [19/11/2017]
John Campbell, The Hill

Zimbabwe is not the banana republic of western fancy. After Mugabe, it can thrive [19/11/2017]
Ranga Mberi, The Guardian

A coup by any other name spells trouble for Zimbabwe [19/11/2017]
Muthoni Wanyeki, The East African

Mugabe and Mubarak [18/11/2017]
Elliott Abrams, CFR

Is Zimbabwe ready to move on without Mugabe? [18/11/2017]
Naunihal Singh, Washington Post

Zimbabwe: All-Weather Friends China and Russia Wink As Mugabe Put to the Sword [18/11/2017]
Wendy Muperi, New Zimbabwe

This is redistribution for Zimbabwe’s elite, not revolution in a ruined nation [18/11/2017]
Jason Burke, The Guardian

'Gucci Grace', la férrea primera dama de Zimbabue que también quería ser presidenta [18/11/2017]
Carolina Valdehíta, El Mundo

The twists and turns of an ousted Zimbabwe independence war icon [18/11/2017]
Gitau Warigi, Daily Nation

Thwarted ambitions caused Zimbabwe’s fall from Grace [18/11/2017]
Luis Franceschi, Daily Nation

Mugabe Is Gone, But Zimbabwe's Dictatorship Will Remain [17/11/2017]
John Campbell, Foreign Affairs

Why Zimbabwe’s Military Abandoned Mugabe: The Blood Brotherhood Sticks Together [17/11/2017]
Philip Martin, Foreign Affairs

Responding To Coups That Aren’t Coups [17/11/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Good coup, bad coup?[17/11/2017]
Ronak Gopaldas, ISS Africa

Zimbabwe: a ‘slow motion coup’ [17/11/2017]
David Pilling e Joseph Cotterill, Financial Times

There Is Hope For Zimbabwe at Last [17/11/2017]
Michael Holman, Financial Times

Zimbabwe: A Quick Primer [17/11/2017]
Entrevista a Kamissa Camara, Foreign Policy Interrupted

Why Mugabe’s ouster is both a tragedy and blessing for Africa [17/11/2017]
Magesha Ngwiri, Daily Nation

Zimbabwe’s Very Peculiar Coup [16/11/2017]
Piers Pigou, International Crisis Group

Mugabe’s demise: What’s next? [16/11/2017]
Svein-Erik Bøthun Helle, Michelsen Institute

What China Thinks About Zimbabwe’s Coup [16/11/2017]
Charlotte Gao, The Diplomat

Mugabe's fall from grace unlikely to end Zimbabwe's political infighting and economic decay [16/11/2017]
Sara Rich Dorman, The National

Power to the party: zimbabwe’s coup isn’t a revolution but a consolidation [16/11/2017]
s.a., African Arguments

How the Situation in Zimbabwe Could Proceed [16/11/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Did we panic? No, this was a very Zimbabwean coup [16/11/2017]
Blessing Musariri, The Guardian

Mugabe: Between the wife and the loyal lieutenant [16/11/2017]
Alex Magaisa, Al Jazeera

What is a coup? These 40 African countries could help explain [16/11/2017]
Yomi Kazeem, Quartz

How the people of Zimbabwe were sidelined, yet again [16/11/2017]
Takura Zhangazha, Al Jazeera

Mnangagwa & Military May Mean More Bad News For Zimbabwe [16/11/2017]
James Hamill, The Conversation

What Zimbabwe Can Learn from Ghana [16/11/2017]
Colleen Lowe Morna, Mail and Guardian

Zimbabwe Coup [15/11/2017]
Jennifer G. Cooke, CSIS

Military Coup in Zimbabwe Remains Bloodless [15/11/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Former liberation comrades seal Robert Mugabe’s fate [15/11/2017]
David Pilling, Financial Times

Zimbabwe’s military takeover fits the narrative of its patriarch [15/11/2017]
David Pilling, Financial Times

For Zimbabwe, a Coup Isn’t the Answer [15/11/2017]
Glen Mpani, New York Times

A military coup is afoot in Zimbabwe. What’s next for the embattled nation? [15/11/2017]
David B. Moore, The Conversation

Even if Mugabe has gone, Zimbabweans won’t be dancing in the streets [15/11/2017]
Wilf Mbanga, The Guardian

Here’s what’s happening in Zimbabwe [15/11/2017]
Clionadh Raleigh, The Washington Post

Zimbabwe: Coup or not, this is the end of an era [15/11/2017]
Alex T. Magaisa, African Arguments

After Mugabe’s detention, we’re hoping Zimbabwe’s democracy has been saved [15/11/2017]
Reason Wafawarova, The Guardian

Eyes on the Crocodile as Zimbabwe Military Sweeps to Power [15/11/2017]
Ed Cropley e Cris Chinaka, Reuters

Standoff in Zimbabwe as Struggle to Succeed Mugabe Deepens [14/11/2017]
Piers Pigou, Crisis Group

A Coup Could be in the Works Against Zimbabwe's Mugabe [14/11/2017]
John Campbell, CFR

Le Zimbabwe dans un combat douteux : les conséquences inattendues des sanctions occidentales [17/10/2017]
Vittoria Moretti, IFRI

The last days of Robert Mugabe [01/01/2017]
Martin Fletcher, New Statesman


President must not squander goodwill [03/12/2017]

A hint of mercy in post-Mugabe Zimbabwe [29/11/2017]
CS Monitor

You must give Zimbabweans a better tomorrow [28/11/2017]
The East African

Mnangagwa must walk the talk on graft [26/11/2017]

The Guardian view on Mugabe’s resignation: the end of an era in Zimbabwe [21/11/2017]
The Guardian

Robert Mugabe, the fall of a tyrant [21/11/2017]
New Statesman

Il est temps pour la communauté internationale d’aider le Zimbabwe [21/11/2017]
Le Monde

End of an era for Zimbabwe [20/11/2017]
The Japan Times

Rescuing Zimbabwe from the legacy of Robert Mugabe [19/11/2017]
Financial Times

Calm Down Zimbabwe, President Mugabe is Out [19/11/2017]
The African Exponent

Mugabe is finished but the wounds remain [19/11/2017]
The National

Has the military liberated Zimbabwe? [18/11/2017]
The East African

What happens in Zimbabwe without Mugabe in power?[17/11/2017]
The Washington Post

Zimbabwe after Mugabe [17/11/2017]
LA Times

The Cloudy Dawn of a Post-Mugabe Era in Zimbabwe [17/11/2017]
New York Times

The Crocodile bites Mugabe [15/11/2017]
The Guardian

What happens in Zimbabwe without Mugabe in power? [15/11/2017]
Washington Post

The messy endgame that threatens Zimbabwe [14/11/2017]
Financial Times


UN backs 'free, fair, credible' July elections in Zimbabwe [18/03/2018]
Al Jazeera

Robert Mugabe Says ‘Coup D’Etat’ Ended His Rule in Zimbabwe [15/03/2018]
Joseph Cotterill, Financial Times

Zimbabwe youths complete Mugabe's fall, denouncing him at ZANU-PF meeting [07/03/2018]

Zimbabwe President Promises Elections by July and Says Will Respect Result [24/01/2018]

New Zimbabwe Leader Orders Top Officials to Declare Assets [24/01/2018]

Zimbabwe Military Chief Looks Set for Vice Presidency [18/12/2017]
Emelia Sithole-Matarise, Reuters

Weeks After Mugabe Fell, Zimbabwe Remains in the Army’s Grip [15/12/2017]
Norimitsu Onishi and Jeffrey Moyo, New York Times

Zimbabwe unveils post-Mugabe economic order [09/12/2017]
Al Jazeera

Retour d’un ancien vice-président proche de Grace Mugabe [02/12/2017]
Jeune Afrique

Emmerson Mnangagwa coloca a los militares en los puestos clave del Govierno de Zimbabue [01/12/2017]
El Mundo

Zimbabwe’s New Cabinet: Same Old Guys Plus a Military Touch [01/12/2017]
The African Exponent

IMF to send mission to Zimbabwe in coming days [30/11/2017]

New Cabinet Appointed - Ministerial Portfolios Reduced to 22 [30/11/2017]
The Herald Zimbabwe

Los que huyeron de Robert Mugabe [30/11/2017]
El Mundo

Zimbabwe’s new leader issues ultimatum for externalised funds [28/11/2017]
The Guardian Nigeria

Au Zimbabwe, la retraite dorée de Robert et Grace Mugabe [27/11/2017]
Le Monde

Zimbabwe activists fear post-Mugabe human rights crackdown [26/11/2017]
The Guardian

Los desafíos a los que se enfrenta Zimbabue [26/11/2017]
El Mundo

Au Zimbabwe, la justice déclare que le coup de force de l’armée était légal [25/11/2017]
Le Monde

Zimbabweans yearn for change despite President Mnangagwa’s dark past [25/11/2017]
The East African

Emmerson Mnangagwa Is Sworn In as Zimbabwe’s 2nd Leader Since Independence [24/11/2017]
The New York Times

Zimbabwe grants Robert Mugabe immunity from prosecution [23/11/2017]
The Guardian

Mnangagwa to be sworn in as Zimbabwe’s new president [22/11/2017]
The African East

China turns its back on Comrade Bob to embrace change in Zimbabwe [22/11/2017]
The Guardian

What next for Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace?[22/11/2017]

Robert Mugabe: “héros africain” pour l’UA, fin d’un régime “d’oppression” pour le Royaume-Uni [22/11/2017]
Jeune Afrique

Nace una nueva era en Zimbabue [22/11/2017]
El País

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa promises jobs in “new democracy” [22/11/2017]
BBC News

Zimbabwe : qui est Emmerson Mnangagwa, le successeur de Mugabe ?[22/11/2017]
Le Monde

Zimbabwe crisis turns spotlight on China’s role in Africa [21/11/2017]
Financial Times

Mugabe leaves legacy of economic ruin, upheaval in Zimbabwe [21/11/2017]
Washington Post

Boris Johnson signals support for Zimbabwe to rejoin Commonwealth as Robert Mugabe resigns [21/11/2017]

Mugabe resigns under military pressure after 37 years as Zimbabwe’s leader [21/11/2017]
Washington Post

Zimbabwe: les deux semaines qui ont fait tomber Robert Mugabe [21/11/2017]
Le Monde

Zuma joins other regional leaders in angola to discuss Zim crisis [21/11/2017]
News 24

Zimbabwe crisis turns spotlight on China’s role in Africa [21/11/2017]
Financial Times

Zimbabwe’s strange crisis is a very modern kind of coup [21/11/2017]
The Guardian

MDC considers joining forces with Zanu (PF) to impeach Mugabe [20/11/2017]
Business Live

Mugabe Faces Impeachment, Ignores Resignation Deadline [20/11/2017]

Cinq graphiques pour comprendre la situation économique du Zimbabwe [20/11/2017]
Le Monde

Robert Mugabe ignores ZANU-PF deadline to resign [20/11/2017]
Al Jazeera

Chaos in Zimbabwe after Mugabe fails to announce expected resignation [20/11/2017]
The Guardian

El partido de Robert Mugabe forzará su dimisión mediante una moción de no confianza [20/11/2017]
El Mundo

Mugabe no dimite pese al ultimátum de su partido y afronta una moción de no confianza [20/11/2017]
El País

Zimbabwe crisis: Deadline passes for Mugabe to quit as party leader [20/11/2017]
BBC News

Robert Mugabe, le « libérateur » devenu despote [20/11/2017]
Le Monde

Behind Mugabe’s Rapid Fall: A Firing, a Feud and a First Lady [19/11/2017]
The New York Times

Robert Mugabe, el dictador erudito y racista [19/11/2017]
El Mundo

Mugabe agrees to stand down as Zimbabwe president [19/11/2017]

Zimbabwe: President Robert Mugabe Removed As ZANU-PF Party Leader [19/11/2017]
Deutsche Welle

Mnangagwa: Zimbabwe’s “Comeback Crocodile” [19/11/2017]
Mail & Guardian

Ce qu’il faut retenir du discours de Robert Mugabe [19/11/2017]
Le Monde

Robert Mugabe, héros de l'indépendance devenu despote [19/11/2017]
Slate Afrique

Mugabe elude su dimisión en un discurso a la nación rodeado de los generales [19/11/2017]
El País

Zimbabwe : la ligue des jeunes de la Zanu-PF « exige » la démission de Mugabe [19/11/2017]
Jeune Afrique

The tricky business of removing Robert Gabriel Mugabe [18/11/2017]
The East African

Zimbabwe: was Mugabe's fall a result of China flexing its muscle? [17/11/2017
The Guardian

Robert Mugabe, vieil homme affaibli mais politicien habile [17/11/2017]
Le Monde

The Zimbabwe military is discovering it may not be so easy to remove Mugabe [17/11/2017]
The Washington Post

We have made progress [17/11/2017]
The Herald Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe attends graduation in cap and gown, in first appearance since Zimbabwe's military coup [17/11/2017]

We’re presidents not monarchs, Botswana's Khama tells Mugabe [17/11/2017]
The East African

Golpe contra la dinastía Mugabe [16/11/2017]
El Mundo

Zimbabwe’s military takeover and the slide of Zanu-PF [16/11/2017]
Financial Times

Golpe contra la dinastía de Mugabe [16/11/2017]
El Mundo

Cinco claves para entender qué pasa en Zimbabue [15/11/2017]
El País

How Mugabe's reign over Zimbabwe became a byword for misrule [15/11/2017]
The Guardian

Zuma tells Zimbabwe that army rule is a no-no [15/11/2017]
Times Live

SADC intervenes in tensions between Mugabe and his generals [15/11/2017]
Times Live

Zimbabwe: What Led to Situation in Zimbabwe? [15/11/2017]

Robert Mugabe's Inner Circle Implodes [15/11/2017]
The Atlantic

Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup, African Union says [15/11/2017]
BBC News

Power slips from Mugabe as military steps in [15/11/2017]
The Guardian Nigeria

Zimbabwe: ZANU-PF youth wing 'ready to die' for Mugabe [14/11/2017]
Al Jazeera

In Implicit Rebuke to Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s Military Says It May ‘Step In’ [13/11/2017]
New York Times

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