Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mugabe, Mujuru in discord over West

via Mugabe, Mujuru in discord over West  by NewsDay DISCORDANT foreign policy pronunciations have rocked Zanu PF over the past few days with Vice-President Joice Mujuru saying Zimbabwe was keen to re-engage the international community including the West, barely two days

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SW Radio withdraws VMCZ membership

via SW Radio withdraws VMCZ membership NewsDay SW RADIO, a privately-owned Zimbabwean radio station domiciled in the United Kingdom, has withdrawn its membership from the Voluntary Media Council of Zimbabwe (VMCZ) in protest against the council’s decision to congratulate Zi-FM Stereo Radio

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Studio 7 Among Top Credible News Sources in Zimbabwe

via Survey: Studio 7 Among Top Credible News Sources in Zimbabwe from VOA-Zimbabwe by Irwin  Chifera, Gibbs Dube A media credibility index compiled by the Media Monitoring Project Zimbabwe (MMPZ) shows the Voice of America’s Studio 7 is among the top media outlets that

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Mugabe goes biblical

via Mugabe goes biblical – DailyNews Live  by Bridget Mananavire and Xolisani Ncube Mugabe yesterday went biblical, saying people wished to live longer but emphasised that only the spiritual life was perpetual. In an address to mourners at the burial of

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New Dawn shuts down Zimbabwe gold mine

via New Dawn shuts down Zimbabwe gold mine | MINING.com  by Frik Els Shares in New Dawn Mining (TSE: ND) plunged nearly 14% on Friday after the junior gold mining announced it’s shutting down its 85%-owned Zimbabwe mine. The Toronto-listed small cap

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Komichi’s trial casts more doubt on ZEC’s credibility

With email comment by Eddie Cross: “Komichi is the Vice Chairman of the MDC. He is a professional Engineer who used to help manage a major coal fired power station in Zimbabwe. In the past elections he was responsible for

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TEXT only 31 August 2013

I still have a dream – David Coltart Zim towns run dry, residents call for action Bulawayo Defies Govt Order to Write Off All Residents’ Debts Nkala statement on Mugabe running ‘ruthless dictatorship’ NewsDay suspends editor over Mbeki Anglican Church

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Headline news 31 August, 2013

I still have a dream – David Coltart Zim towns run dry, residents call for action Bulawayo Defies Govt Order to Write Off All Residents’ Debts Nkala statement on Mugabe running ‘ruthless dictatorship’ NewsDay suspends editor over Mbeki Anglican Church

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I still have a dream – David Coltart

via I still have a dream – David Coltart  August 28 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s I have a dream speech. He has always been one of my heroes and I have taken great inspiration from his

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Zim towns run dry, residents call for action

via Zim towns run dry as residents call for urgent action | SW Radio Africa By Alex Bell Various towns in Zimbabwe are battling with acute water shortages, leading to calls from residents that urgent action be taken to restore proper services.

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Bulawayo Defies Govt Order to Write Off All Residents’ Debts

via Bulawayo Defies Govt Order to Write Off All Residents’ Debts by Nothando Sibanda – VOAZimbabwe The Bulawayo City Council is set to clash with the local government ministry over its refusal to fully comply with a directive to cancel outstanding residents’ debts.

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Nkala statement on Mugabe running ‘ruthless dictatorship’

via Full text of Enos Nkala statement on Mugabe running ‘ruthless dictatorship’ — Nehanda Radio By Enos Nkala In 2006 the late national hero Enos Nkala blasted President Robert Mugabe for running a ‘ruthless dictatorship’. He said “Mugabe talks, imagines and believes

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NewsDay suspends editor over Mbeki

via NewsDay suspends editor over Mbeki by NewZimbabwe THE NewsDay newspaper suspended its editor on Friday over two stories which the publisher said “did not conform to set ethical standards.” Constantine Chimakure’s suspension is “with immediate effect”, said Vincent Kahiya, the editor-in-chief

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Anglican Church Rebuilds In Zimbabwe

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – After Religious Persecution, Anglican Church Rebuilds In Zimbabwe By Professor Matodzi The Anglican Church Province of Central Africa (CPCA) has begun rehabilitating some of its church properties which were in a bad state after being seized by renegade

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Constitution sets rules for incoming Parliamentarians

via Constitution sets rules for incoming Parliamentarians by Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition Incoming Parliamentarians – set to be sworn in on 3 September 2013 – will find themselves operating under a new rule book given that the new Constitution is now fully

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