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Zimbabwe too broke to implement economic plan

via ‘Zim broke to implement economic plan’ – DailyNews Live by Ndakaziva Majaka  14 MAY 2014 Zimbabwe has no funds to implement its five-year economic blueprint, the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (ZimAsset), Industry minister Mike Bimha has said. He said

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Zimbabwe’s economic crisis ‘troubles Zanu-PF’

via Economic crisis ‘troubles Zanu-PF’ | News24 2014-05-14 The Zimbabwean government is reportedly set to launch a new economic strategy to halt a slide into a deeper economic crisis. According to the Daily News, officials within the ruling Zanu-PF said the party would

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A nation of educated idiots – Vince Musewe

via A nation of educated idiots | The Zimbabwean 14.05.14 by Vince Musewe I have never seen a nation so stuck in denigrating its own for no reason other than that they have dared to be different. I have never seen a nation

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Blame game at center of Zimbabwe’s problems

via Blame game at center of Zimbabwe’s problems | SW Radio Africa by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 As Zimbabwe slides further into uncertainty a senior journalist has blamed the country’s problems on what he terms the ‘enemy-centered approach.’ NewsDay

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Tsvangirai’s exclusion from grand coalition unthinkable

via Tsvangirai’s exclusion from grand coalition unthinkable | SW Radio Africa  by Tichaona Sibanda on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai still remains politically relevant and any plans to exclude him from a grand coalition to fight ZANU PF will

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Zimbabwe’s corruption fight futile without political will

via NewsDay Editorial: Corruption fight futile without political will May 14, 2014 The fight against corruption is a tricky one especially when such corruption has become embedded in government. Embedded corruption works like a web; in involves intricate linkages straddling whole organisations.

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High Court orders Kereke prosecution

via High Court orders Kereke prosecution | SW Radio Africa by Nomalanga Moyo on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Ex-central bank employee Munyaradzi Kereke is set to face court over rape claims, after the High Court ordered the National Prosecuting Authority to clear

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The Fate of the Presidential Elephants of Zimbabwe

via The Fate of the Presidential Elephants of Zimbabwe – NewsDay Zimbabwe from National Geographic May 14, 2014 SINCE 2001, Australian Sharon Pincott has been monitoring and protecting a unique population of elephants in western Zimbabwe known as the Presidential Elephants of Zimbabwe.

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Zimbabwe targets 40 airlines by 2018 [!!]

via Zim targets 40 airlines by 2018 – NewsDay Zimbabwe May 14, 2014 ZIMBABWE plans to have 40 airlines flying into the country by 2018, nearly trebling the current figures, Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) general manager David Chawota said yesterday.

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Cautious welcome greets ZANU PF ‘u-turn’ on Save Valley

via Cautious welcome greets ZANU PF ‘u-turn’ on Save Valley | SW Radio Africa by Alex Bell on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 There has been a guarded welcome of a decision by the ZANU PF politburo to rescind all offer letters, granted

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Fuel prices to go up in Zimbabwe

via Fuel prices to go up – DailyNews Live by Ndakaziva Majaka 14 MAY 2014 Cash-strapped Zimbabweans should brace for an imminent fuel hike after government gazetted new pricing regulations. Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014, crafted by the Energy ministry in consultation with

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70 tourists arrive in the country for classic safari challenge | The Herald

via LATEST: 70 tourists arrive in the country for classic safari challenge | The Herald May 13, 2014 by Thupeyo Muleya A total of 70 tourists from across the globe arrived in the country through Beitbridge border post yesterday in 28 vintage cars. The

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Most Zimbabwe hotels operating below 25%

via Hotels operating below 25% | The Zimbabwean 14.05.14 by Regerai Tututuku Most hotels and lodges around the country are operating at below 25% capacity due to dilapidated facilities and the low level of tourism arrivals. Dr Fredrick Kasese, provincial chairman of the

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African Union: Reject Immunity for Leaders | Human Rights Watch

via African Union: Reject Immunity for Leaders | Human Rights Watch MAY 12, 2014 A proposal to give immunity to sitting government leaders before Africa’s regional court would be a major setback for justice for grave crimes, African organizations from 19 countries

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Immunity for government leaders will harm the African court

via Immunity for government leaders will harm the African court May 14, 2014 The Institute for Security Studies Pretoria, South Africa – A proposal to give immunity to sitting government leaders before Africa’s regional court would be a major setback for justice for

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