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Shed no tears for Jonathan Moyo

via We shed no tears for Jonathan Moyo | SW Radio Africa.   9 june 2014 by Tanonoka Joseph Whande We cannot start laughing just because the circus convoy is streaming into town. We have to wait for the delivery

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Ex-mayor slams racism

via Targeted ex-mayor slams racist slant to indigenisation | SW Radio Africa.   9  June 2014 –   by Nomalanga Moyo Ex-Gwanda Mayor and businessman Lionel De Necker has accused the State of racial bias in its application of the

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CONSTITUTION WATCH 4/2014

CONSTITUTION WATCH 4/2014 [9th June 2014] The New National Prosecuting Authority Set Up by the Constitution & Its Enabling Act – The National Prosecuting Authority Bill Introduction The Constitution  Section 258 of the Constitution establishes a National Prosecuting Authority [NPA]

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Zim to miss target: Biti

via Zim to miss growth target: Biti – DailyNews Live. 9 June 2014 HARARE – Zimbabwe’s former Finance minister Tendai Biti says government must revise downwards its 6,2 percent 2014 economic growth target to 1,2 percent on the back of

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Vigil declares war

via Zim Vigil declares war on Zanu PF UK ” Nehanda Radio.  9 June 2014 The Zimbabwe Vigil pressure group based in London has requested a meeting with the UK Home Office Secretary Theresa May to discuss the operations of

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Zimbabwe drama to grace Edinburgh Festival

via Zim play to grace Edinburgh Festival. Newzimbabwe.com 09 June 2014 AFTER a successful run at the recently held Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA), the theatre production, ‘The Gods You’ve Built’ is set to grace the Edinburgh Festival in

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Shamuyarira died penniless, ignored by Zanu PF

via Shamuyarira died penniless, ignored by Zanu PF. Daily News 09 June 2014 NATHAN Shamuyarira, Zimbabwe’s first Minister of Information, died “poor” and his wife Dorothy could not even visit him in hospital because of financial constraints, President Robert Mugabe and relatives admitted.

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Sabi Mine closure

via Sabi Mine shut down – NewsDay Zimbabwe. 9 June 2014 SABI Gold Mine in Zvishavane has been shut down throwing about 500 workers out of work. OWN CORRESPONDENT The closure came a week after the Messenger of Court attached Sabi Mine

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Zimbabwe: Broke and broker

The city water taps run dry every day in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital. Electrical power is scarce and there are frequent blackouts; private homes and all businesses need generators. Hospital supplies and doctors are scarce. So are functioning schools, street lights

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Zanu PF succession wars a major worry

via Zanu PF succession wars a major worry – DailyNews Live. 8 June 2014   STAFF WRITER HARARE – As we have reported countless times in all our inimitable newspapers — the Daily News, the Daily News on Sunday and

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Zanu-PF factionalism and corruption alarming

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | ‘Zanu-PF factionalism and corruption reach alarming levels’. 09 June 2014   Factmore Dzobo ZIMBABWE National Liberation War Veterans’ Association national chairman Jabulani Sibanda yesterday said factionalism and corruption within Zanu-PF is undermining the revolutionary party’s ideology

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Indigenisation – the how and not the what

via Indigenisation – the how and not the what | The Zimbabwean. 08 June 2014 I am happy to see the dialogue about indigenisation is beginning to take a new direction and I suspect it has dawned on Zanu (PF) that,

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Moyo put-down, Mugabe still in charge

via Moyo put-down shows Mugabe is in charge – DailyNews Live   9 June 2014 Guthrie Munyuki HARARE – President Robert Mugabe’s withering attack on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo is a show of power by Zimbabwe’s long-ruling

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Chihuri’s pass-out parade

via Chihuri’s pass-out parade | The Zimbabwean. 08 June 2014 It has not been a great week for the police. ZRP Commissioner Augustine Chihuri – the man who vowed to ‘never salute a president without liberation war credentials’ – collapsed, metres

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Wetlands mall construction continues

via Wetlands mall construction continues | The Zimbabwean. 08 June 2014 Construction of a controversial multi-million mall on wetlands in Borrowdale is gathering momentum in defiance of a government gazette last year that designated it as a protected area. Civil works

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