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The Sanctions Debate on Zimbabwe

via The Sanctions Debate on Zimbabwe | The Zimbabwean 12.04.14 by Solidarity Peace Trust In the early 2000′s a series of ‘targeted measures’ were introduced by the EU, US, and later Australia, New Zealand and Canada, against the movement and assets of particular

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US man pleads guilty for trying to influence Zim sanctions case

via US man pleads guilty for trying to influence Zim sanctions case   Mail & Guardian 12 APR 2014 10:45 SAPA-AP Prince Asiel Ben Israel faces a five-year prison sentences for trying to persuade US lawmakers to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.

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CZI boss wants land ownership reversed

via CZI boss wants land ownership reversed 11/04/2014 NewZimbabwe CONFEDERATIONS of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) deputy president Henry Nemaire has called on government to restore full ownership of some rich agricultural land in Manicaland to its more productive former owners. The land was

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State not ready for Muchechetere trial

via State not ready for Muchechetere trial – DailyNews Live by Tendai Kamhungira  12 APRIL 2014 Suspended Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) Group Chief Executive Officer Happison Muchechetere’s case has been postponed to May 15, after the State said it was not ready

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Chitungwiza land barons are criminals

via NewsDay Editorial:Land barons are criminals April 12, 2014 Residents acquired the land from land barons, some of whom had set up offices just outside Chitungwiza Town Council headquarters. It is unfortunate that these land barons are not being treated as what

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Chitown residents, land barons get 3-day ultimatum

via Chitown residents, land barons get 3-day ultimatum April 11, 2014 in NewsDay by Moses Matenga THE government has descended heavily on Chitungwiza land barons and residents who illegally acquired stands in the dormitory town, giving them a three-week ultimatum to demolish

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MDC rebels come out guns blazing

via MDC rebels come out guns blazing – DailyNews Live by Lloyd Mbiba 12 APRIL 2014 Expelled MDC deputy treasurer-general Elton Mangoma and his renewal team have dismissed their expulsion from the party, saying it is a legal nullity. The opposition party on

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MDC-T rebels speak on expulsions

via MDC-T rebels speak on expulsions 11/04/2014 NewZimbabwe EXPELLED MDC-T deputy treasurer general Elton Mangoma and his backers have dismissed their expulsion from the opposition party, further accusing party leader Morgan Tsvangirai of “mimicking” Zanu PF’s undemocratic tendencies. The so-called MDC Renewal

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Mangoma refuses to recognize expulsion

via Mangoma refuses to recognize expulsion | SW Radio Africa by Tichaona Sibanda on Friday, April 11, 2014 The deputy treasurer-general of the MDC-T, Elton Mangoma, does not recognize his expulsion from the party for alleged gross indiscipline, his lawyer said on

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Parirenyatwa spot on

via NewsDay Editorial: Parirenyatwa spot on April 11, 2014 The latest hazard caused by the devastating storms and floods presents huge challenges for the 3 000 households at Chingwizi transit camp. The Tokwe-Mukorsi flood victims are facing a host of problems, including

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ZANU PF forced to retreat on Electoral Bill

via ZANU PF forced to retreat on Electoral Bill | SW Radio Africa by Nomalanga Moyo on Friday, April 11, 2014 The ZANU PF administration has climbed down and adjourned the Second Reading of the disputed Electoral Amendment Bill, to allow for

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Mnangagwa defends arrest of journalists

via Mnangagwa defends arrest of journalists | SW Radio Africa  by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Friday, April 11, 2014 Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa this week defended the arrest of journalists under the criminal defamation laws. This was after Parliamentarians condemned the arrest of

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Bill Watch Parliamentary Committees 19/2014 of 11 April

Committee Meetings Suspended until Monday 5th May [11th April 2014] Both Houses of Parliament and their thematic and portfolio committees began their customary Easter break after close of business yesterday, Thursday 10th April. Committees to Resume on Monday 5th May Thematic

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