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Developing a Transformation Agenda for Zimbabwe

Shari Eppel, Brian Raftopoulos

Publication Year: 2009

Developing a Transformation Agenda for Zimbabwe analyses the political and economic constraints on the nation's reconstruction and democratic transformation and suggests options for transformation in key sectors as well as lessons learnt from other transformations. The challenges in relation to transitional justice are analysed from an historical context as well as in light of the political dynamics in the country. The urgent need to launch a stabilisation programme is discussed, along with key issues for economic reconstruction. The book also looks at military involvement in politics in Zimbabwe and concludes that robust intervention is needed to reform the security sector.

Published by: African Books Collective

Title Page, Copyright

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pp. i-iii

Contents

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pp. iv-

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Political Crisis, Mediation and the Prospects for Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe

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pp. 1-31

On the 15th September 2008, Zanu PF and the two MDC formations signed a political agreement brokered by Thabo Mbeki under the mandate of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC).1 The agreement was the culmination of a process that had begun in March 2007, which was itself preceded by various other attempts by African leaders, as far back as 2004, to end the Zimbabwean political crisis. ...

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Key Issues for Zimbabwe’s Economic Reconstruction

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pp. 32-47

The economic reconstruction of Zimbabwe will need to address the humanitarian crisis that the economic decline has precipitated. This was identified as a priority at the roundtable discussion, initiated by Idasa’s States in Transition Observatory (SITO) and the Zimbabwe Institute, held in November in South Africa. This report provides an analysis of the general conditions required for such an action plan...

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Key Issues for Security Sector Reform in Zimbabwe

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pp. 48-59

As part of a States in Transition Observatory (SITO) project, with a focus on identifying appropriate policy options for peace and security as key elements of sustainable democracy in Zimbabwe, an initiative was launched to examine the role of the security sector. Military, intelligence, police and paramilitary elements have effectively negated ordinary instruments of political transition...

Acronyms

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pp. 60-

Back Cover

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E-ISBN-13: 9781920409326
Print-ISBN-13: 9781920118785

Page Count: 66
Publication Year: 2009