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MDC-T youths arrested during June 16 march

via MDC-T youths arrested during June 16 march | SW Radio Africa. 16 June 2014 by Mthulisi Mathuthu   At least two MDC T- activists were arrested Monday in Harare as they marched through the streets in commemoration of the

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Mugabe legitimises fiscal indiscipline

via Mugabe legitimises ‘fiscal indiscipline’ | SW Radio Africa. 16 June 2014  by Nomalanga Moyo   President Robert Mugabe has signed into law the Financial Adjustments Bill thereby transferring unauthorised expenditure from 2013 to the current budget. According to the

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More bad news for the MDC-T | SW Radio Africa

via More bad news for the MDC-T | SW Radio Africa. 16 June 2014 by Tererai Karimakwenda The serious infighting that led to a split in the MDC-T has continued to take its toll, as a senior official resigned his

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Calls for inquiry into Sabi mine closure

via MDC-T calls for inquiry into Sabi Gold mine closure | SW Radio Africa. 16 June 2014 by Mthulisi Mathuthu The MDC-T is calling for a ‘full inquiry’ into the circumstances which led to the closure of the state-owned Sabi

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Call on EUIB to cancel loans to Mugabe

Zimbabwe Social Democrats call on European Investment Bank to cancel indirect loans to Mugabe regime Press Released Sunday 15 June 2014. According to recent reports, the European Investment Bank (EIB) is considering extending loans to Zimbabwe’s private sector but not

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Umguza pollution, 11 000 households affected

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Umguza water pollution becomes national crisis, 11 000 households affected. 16 June 2014 by Staff Reporter Umguza water pollution has earned a national crisis status where the inter-ministerial evaluation Cabinet committee on Water Pollution sits for

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We want Jobs: Youths demand

via We want Jobs: Youths demand. MDC-T Newsletter 16 June 2014 Hundreds of MDC youth in Harare today gathered in the Harare Gardens to commemorate the Day of the African Child under the theme “Demanding Accessible, Affordable, Quality Education, Jobs

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De Jonge out of top 10

via De Jonge out of top 10 | The Zimbabwean. 16 June 2014 Zimbabwe’s Brendon De Jonge finished out of the top 10 at the US Open after ending on tied 28th on the last day of play. The Zimbabwean had

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Mugabe, Moyo Hammer Out Amicable Solution

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – Mugabe, Moyo Hammer Out Amicable Solution. 16 June 2014 Harare, June 13, 2014-Information,Media and Broadcasting minister Jonathan Moyo has reportedly apologised to President Robert Mugabe after accusations he was causing divisions in Cabinet and Zanu PF, The

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Sustainable intensification: a new buzzword to feed the world?

via Sustainable intensification: a new buzzword to feed the world? | The Zimbabwean. 16 June 2014 by IAN SCOONES The term ‘sustainable intensification’ (SI) has entered academic and policy discourse in recent years, including in debates about what to do about

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Biti rallies young generation to action

via Biti rallies young generation to action. newzimbabwe.com 16 June 2014 OPPOSITION leader Tendai Biti has rallied the young generation to rise to the challenge of rescuing the country saying President Robert Mugabe and his political nemesis Morgan Tsvangirai were two

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Will UN climate talks help or hinder?

via Will UN climate talks help or hinder?. NEWSDAY 16 June 2014 by Wisdom Mdzungairi Despite powerful evidence that climate change threatens our economies, our health and our safety, most countries remain slow to act on environmental protection. Why don’t

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Zim vigilante fined $11,000 in Canada

via Zim vigilante fined $11,000 in Canada. newzimbabwe.com 16 June 2014 A ZIMBABWEAN university student in Canada has been ordered to pay $1,000 in fines for striking a man with a baseball bat and $10,000 for the dental work of

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Respect property rights first

via Editor | The Zimbabwean | Zimbabwe News. 16 June 2014   The Zanu (PF) government is talking loudly about how it plans to make the indigenisation policy more attractive to investors by making shareholding demands sector specific rather than adopting

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Mugabe gags Jonathan Moyo

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Mugabe ‘gags’ Jonathan Moyo. 16 June 2014 by Staff Reporter PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has reportedly gagged Information minister Jonathan Moyo from making disparaging public comments against his Zanu PF counterparts and government officials over the next

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