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Policing vital to protect human rights says Kasambala

via Policing vital to protect human rights says Kasambala | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Sofia Mapuranga Although she commends the tremendous progress made to address women and children’s rights in the region, Kasambala believes that more need to

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Mujuru plots against Grace, Mnangagwa

via Mujuru plots against Grace, Mnangagwa | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Tawanda Majoni Grace Mugabe has become the new stage for intense Zanu (PF) factional fights, with the camp led by Joice Mujuru recently devising a cocktail of

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Mugabe rejects fresh polls

via Mugabe rejects fresh polls – DailyNews Live 20 August 2014 by Lloyd Mbiba HARARE – President Robert Mugabe has rejected opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s call for an early return to the polls,  rubbishing the demand as “ridiculous.” George Charamba,

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Treat farming as business

via Treat farming as business – DailyNews Live 20 August 2014 by Cathy Buckle HARARE – Every year, at about this time when temperatures are going up, pods are cracking and new leaves are appearing on the deciduous trees, we

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LATEST: ZACC boss judgment day set

via LATEST: ZACC boss judgment day set | The Herald August 20, 2014 by Tendai Rupapa Judgment in the case in which Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission chief executive Ngonidzashe Gumbo is accused of defrauding the commission of US$435 000 has been

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Headline news 21 August, 2014

Mugabe makes it rain Fabricated war records Constitutional re-vamp smells fishy Together we can change the world ‘Zanu PF infighting blights economic recovery’ Hair-brained schemes Pan Africanism is dead Rule of law? Nimble tongue Komichi tipped for MDC-T vice presidency

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Mugabe makes it rain

via Mugabe makes it rain | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Jera At the opening of Sadc summit in Victoria Falls, Mugabe did what is known in the music industry as ‘making it rain.’ Typically, making it rain is

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Fabricated war records

via Fabricated war records | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Jera If there is any truth to Mutsvanga’s claims, one wonders why it has taken a whole 34 years for the lie – if it is a lie –

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Constitutional re-vamp smells fishy

via Constitutional re-vamp smells fishy | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Tawanda Majoni Current manouevres by Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC to change its constitution stink of a vile attempt to entrench authoritarian rule around the party leader, as opposed to

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Together we can change the world

via Together we can change the world | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Eddie Cross Some years ago Ronald Reagan, a former President of the United States, started a programme to identify individuals and organisations that were exceptional and

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‘Zanu PF infighting blights economic recovery’

via ‘Zanu PF infighting blights economic recovery’ – DailyNews Live 20 August 2014 by John Kachembere HARARE – Political and economic experts have said dog fights for power have taken precedence in Zanu PF, while the ailing economy has been

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Hair-brained schemes

via Hair-brained schemes | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Jera It is humorous that there is not one visible follicle on Mutasa’s head, yet Mutsvaga accused the veteran politician of having ‘hair-brained schemes.’ Mutsvanga even had the temerity to

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Pan Africanism is dead

via Pan Africanism is dead | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Vince Musewe Pan Africanism is dead – simply because of there has never been commonality of interest among Africans. There is no country in Africa, besides Botswana, that

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Rule of law?

via Rule of law? | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Jera The other day I saw something that some of us would hardly notice, but it disturbed me. A young man started running out of the crush of people

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Nimble tongue

via Nimble tongue | The Zimbabwean 20 August 2014 by Jera And, despite The Herald’s claims of Harare City Council water being clean, among the donations there were copious amounts of bottled water to enable delegates to keep their sharp

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