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ATT mulls $18m park in Vic Falls

via ATT mulls $18m park in Vic Falls | The Herald 23 October 2014 by Golden Sibanda Hospitality group, Africa Albida Tourism, is working on construction of an $18 million education and entertainment park in Victoria Falls, expected to boost

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EU plans $110m fund

via EU plans $110m fund | The Herald 23 October 2014 by Elita Chikwati The European Union is finalising a $110 million National Indicative Plan for 2014-2020 which will be used to further develop links between agriculture, private sector and

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Mawere behind indig policy

Mawere behind indig policy 23 October 2014 Saviour Kasukuwere, the former Indigenisation minister, planned to set up a company to provide black empowerment consultancy services to government, it has emerged. A highly placed source who participated in meetings where the

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Resettled farmers to lose land

Resettled farmers to lose land 23 October 2014 by Nelson Sibanda Impoverished A1 farmers are in panic mode following reports that Zanu (PF)’s December congress is planning to sub-divide their land into plots and allocate them to party youths. A1

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Lightning strikes 50 police recruits

via Lightning strikes 50 police recruits – Nehanda Radio. 21 October 2014 At least 50 police recruits escaped death by a whisker, after a bolt of lightning struck a tent they were using during training, at Lowdale Training Centre in

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Gukurahundi: Chief blocks exhumation

via Gukurahundi: Chief blocks exhumation 20 October 2014 CHIEF Mabhikwa of Lupane on Sunday blocked the exhumation of a Zapu official who was murdered at the height of the 1980s Gukurahundi atrocities even as his brother was a minister in

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MDC-T: Mwonzora slams party rivals

MDC-T: Mwonzora slams party rivals. 20 October 2014 “What I find strange is for some brothers to try to make political capital out of my persecution by the state. “They are behaving as if they arranged this victimisation together with

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Bread production goes down

Bread production goes down | The Herald 21 October 2014 by Tinashe Makichi National bread production went down 10 percent to 900 000 loaves per day in the quarter to September from about one million loaves as consumers continue to

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Politburo meeting deferred

Politburo meeting deferred | The Herald 21 October 2014 The Zanu-PF Politburo meeting, which is expected to deal with serious allegations of corruption, subversion and abuse of office levelled against Vice President Joice Mujuru, which was scheduled for tomorrow has

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Auditor-General has done her part

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Auditor-General has done her part | The Herald 21 October 2014 We commend the stance taken by the Auditor-General to reveal gross mismanagement and financial impropriety in State-owned companies and councils as a bold step to tame corruption.

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Kereke case: Lawyers seek certificate of prosecution

Kereke case: Lawyers seek certificate of prosecution | The Herald 21 October 2014 by Daniel Nemukuyu Lawyers representing a girl allegedly raped by Bikita West legislator Dr Munyaradzi Kereke have written to the Prosecutor General Mr Johannes Tomana requesting a

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Zanu PF could be headed for a split

via Zanu PF could be headed for a split 20 October 2014 by Elias Mambo ZANU PF could be on the verge of a split as its new kid on the block, President Robert Mugabe’s 49 year-old-wife Grace Mugabe, who

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New black farmers under vicious attack

via New black farmers under vicious attack 19 October 2014 ZIMBABWE’S black commercial farmers who benefited from the government’s controversial land reforms about 14 years ago have come under attack once again for failing to turn around the fortunes of

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Legal team plots Mujuru ouster

via Legal team plots Mujuru ouster – Nehanda Radio 19 October 2014 by Everson Mushava The plot to oust Vice-President Joice Mujuru is thickening with Zanu PF’s legal committee reportedly drafting changes to the party’s constitution to allow President Robert

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Mujuru still in the presidential race — Analysts

via Mujuru still in the presidential race — Analysts – Nehanda Radio 19 October 2014 by Moses Matenga FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe’s public attack on Vice-President Joice Mujuru is likely to help her remain Zanu PF’s second in command on

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