Monthly Archives: July 2014

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Former ZRP officer jailed in UK for passport fraud Mnangagwa’s $50 million lawsuit set to explode Supreme Court rejects Moyo poll appeal Don’t be fooled, top court pro-Zanu PF July 31: Bob throws party as poor suffer Zim Police Deploy

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Former ZRP officer jailed in UK for passport fraud

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Former ZRP officer jailed in UK for passport fraud 31 July 2014 A FORMER ZRP officer, who fled the Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe, has been jailed for 30 weeks for possessing a false passport that enabled

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Mnangagwa’s $50 million lawsuit set to explode

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Mnangagwa’s $50 million lawsuit set to explode 31 July 2014 THE $50 million lawsuit filed against Midlands Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya and two others at the Bulawayo High Court by top Zanu-PF officials is now

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Supreme Court rejects Moyo poll appeal

via Supreme Court rejects Moyo poll appeal 30 July 2014 THE Supreme Court Wednesday dismissed with costs Information Minister Jonathan Moyo’s appeal against an earlier High Court ruling which threw out his petition for the nullification of his defeat in

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Don’t be fooled, top court pro-Zanu PF

via Don’t be fooled, top court pro-Zanu PF 30 July 2014 AN opposition politician and constitutional law expert, Lovemore Madhuku, says Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court is fiercely pro-Zanu PF and will do all in its power to defend the party’s interests.

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July 31: Bob throws party as poor suffer

via July 31: Bob throws party as poor suffer 30 July 2014 ZIMBABWEANS feel the past 12 months under renewed Zanu PF rule has been a wasted year, sentiments that the ruling party has vehemently disputed as it celebrates the

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Zim Police Deploy Water Cannons Ahead of Anti-Govt Protest

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – Zim Police Deploy Water Cannons Ahead of Anti-Govt Protest 31 July 2014 Zimbabwean police on Thursday deployed water cannon trucks in central Harare in bid to suppress an anti-government protest organised by opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s

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Mpofu testimony reveals problems in diamond mining

via Mpofu testimony reveals problems in diamond mining | SW Radio Africa July 30, 2014 by Tererai Karimakwenda Zimbabwe’s former minister of mines Obert Mpofu has admitted under oath that he ran the country’s diamonds sector alone for a period

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Illegal ZPF settlers ordered to vacate farms in Chimanimani

via Illegal ZPF settlers ordered to vacate farms in Chimanimani | SW Radio Africa July 30, 2014 by Tererai Karimakwenda Supporters of ZANU PF who were encouraged to invade timber estates in Chimanimani by local party candidates ahead of last

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I don’t know it all, says Biti as he calls for dialogue

via I don’t know it all, says Biti as he calls for dialogue | SW Radio Africa July 30, 2014 by Nomalanga Moyo Ex-Finance Minister Tendai Biti has agreed with President Robert Mugabe’s wife that no one person has all

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MDC-T in danger of oblivion

via MDC-T in danger of oblivion | SW Radio Africa July 30, 2014 by Mthulisi Mathuthu Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition chairman Dewa Mavhinga has said the MDC-T has been diminished by petty personality and ego clashes. Speaking to SW Radio

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Blow for tourism as KLM discontinues direct Zimbabwe flights

via Blow for tourism as KLM discontinues direct Zimbabwe flights 30 July 2014 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will discontinue direct flights from Amsterdam to Harare in October in a major blow to efforts to grow tourist arrivals. In a recent

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Rabies kills child, more cases reported

via Rabies kills child, more cases reported | The Zimbabwean 31 July 2014 Veterinarians for Animal Welfare Zimbabwe (VAWZ) has expressed serious concern at the “increasing” number of rabies cases in the country amid reports the disease has killed a

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Baba Jukwa investigators keen to question Gumbo

via Baba Jukwa investigators keen to question Gumbo | The Zimbabwean 30 July 2014 Zanu (PF) information secretary Rugare Gumbo may soon be summoned for questioning over the Baba Jukwa case. The joint investigation by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Law

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Cops continue to torture citizens

via Cops continue to torture citizens | The Zimbabwean 30 July 2014 As the Zimbabwe Republic Police continues with the use of torture, human rights lawyers have told Parliament of the need to ensure that the police become aware of

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