Monthly Archives: May 2014

Headline news Sunday 1 June, 2014

Headline news Saturday 1 June, 2014 AU ‘protecting evil African leaders’ – Tanonoka Joseph Whande African elections – a tale of two worlds Zimbabwe government faces lawsuit over doctors’ fee hike Healthcare unaffordable for most Zimbabweans Mutharika sworn in as

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AU ‘protecting evil African leaders’ – Tanonoka Joseph Whande

via AU ‘protecting evil African leaders’ May 30, 2014 Zimbabwe Independent by Tanonoka Joseph Whande AFRICA’S Ministers of Justice and Legal Affairs and Attorneys-General, who are responsible for upholding the law on the continent, met over two days in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,

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African elections – a tale of two worlds

via African elections — a tale of two worlds May 30, 2014 by Victor Makanda Zimbabwe Independent The year 2014 is a major election year for Africa with more than 10 nations going for both parliamentary and presidential polls. Some of the nations

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Zimbabwe government faces lawsuit over doctors’ fee hike

via Govt faces lawsuit over doctors’ fee hike – DailyNews Live by Wendy Muperi 31 MAY 2014 Rights lawyers are taking government to court over the recent hike in doctors’ consultation fees if the State refuses to reverse the increase in consultation, private

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Healthcare unaffordable for most Zimbabweans

via Healthcare unaffordable for most Zimbabweans | SW Radio Africa  by Tichaona Sibanda on Friday, May 30, 2014 The shocking cost of Zimbabwe’s healthcare has been exposed by the medical bill paid by the MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai to the Trauma centre

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Mutharika sworn in as new Malawi president

via Mutharika sworn in as new Malawi president 31/05/2014 by AFP PETER Mutharika was sworn in on Saturday as Malawi’s new president after his arch-rival and predecessor Joyce Banda congratulated him and urged the country to move on from the disputed vote. Mutharika,

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Zanu PF dumps genuine hero

via Zanu PF dumps genuine hero – DailyNews Live by Fungi Kwaramba  31 MAY 2014 Mugabe’s Zanu PF has flatly refused to confer national hero status on Wilfred Mhanda, the commander of the party’s armed wing Zanla during the 70s liberation war

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Declare Mhanda national hero, MDC-R

via Declare Mhanda national hero, MDC-R 30/05/2014 NewZimbabwe WAR hero Wilfred Mhanda, who succumbed to colon cancer in midweek, was expected to be laid to rest at Glen Forest cemetery in Harare on Saturday with his former liberation struggle colleagues in Zanu PF

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Tribute to Dzino – a true freedom fighter and hero

via Tribute to Dzino – a true freedom fighter and hero May 31, 2014 by Judge Ben Paradza When someone like Dzinashe Machingura dies we wish we had known them more, much more. We wish he had lived longer and given us more

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Headline news Saturday 31 May, 2014

We will not listen to what the people say – Mnangagwa Electoral Amendment Bill bulldozed through parliament Zimbabwe nationals ‘worst affected’ by changing SA immigration laws Government action missing link in graft fight Zanu PF’s 2,2m jobs promise a pipe

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We will not listen to what the people say – Mnangagwa

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | We will not listen to what the people say – Mnangagwa 30 May 2014 ZANU PF Presidential hopeful and current Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Emmerson Mnangagwa says that the ruling party executive will not be

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Electoral Amendment Bill bulldozed through parliament

via Electoral Amendment Bill bulldozed through parliament | SW Radio Africa by Tererai Karimakwenda on Friday, May 30, 2014 The views expressed by Zimbabweans and several legislators in parliament were ignored by Justice Minister, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who on Thursday went to great

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Zimbabwe nationals ‘worst affected’ by changing SA immigration laws

via Zim nationals ‘worst affected’ by changing SA immigration laws | SW Radio Africa by Alex Bell on Friday, May 30, 2014 The sweeping changes to South Africa’s immigration laws, which came into effect this week, are set to have the biggest

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Government action missing link in graft fight

via Government action missing link in graft fight May 30, 2014 by Owen Gagare Zimbabwe Independent THIS week there were positive signs that government is abandoning its hardline stance on several policies militating against economic recovery by, among other moves, softening its

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Zanu PF’s 2,2m jobs promise a pipe dream

via Zanu PF’s 2,2m jobs promise a pipe dream May 30, 2014 by Kudzai Kuwaza Zimbabwe Independent ZANU PF’s promise to create 2,2 million jobs is increasingly looking like a pipe dream if the latest retrenchment statistics are anything to go by. The

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