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Not yet Uhuru, say Zimbabweans

via Not yet Uhuru, say Zimbabweans | SW Radio Africa by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Thursday, April 17, 2014 As the country celebrates 34 years of independence Zimbabweans have decried the state of the nation saying the economic and political conditions they live

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Zimbabweans demand more

via Zimbabweans demand more – DailyNews Live by John Kachembere 17 APRIL 2014 Zimbabwe will tomorrow mark 34 years of independence. For many, the celebrations will be overshadowed by the country’s economic meltdown under President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF. Economic and political analysts

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Zimbabwe Independence: New mindset wanted

via Independence: New mindset wanted – The Zimbabwe Independent April 17, 2014 Tomorrow is Independence Day, which undoubtedly is an important milestone in the country’s history. The 34th anniversary of the country’s fresh beginning — after almost a century of colonial rule

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Zimbabwe still not yet free after 34 long years!

via Still not yet free after 34 long years! – DailyNews Live  17 APRIL 2014 Tomorrow is Independence Day, and ordinarily, it should mark one of the happiest, most cherished and revered days in the life of our nation. Alas, that is

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Zimbabweans independent but not free: Tsvangirai

via Zimbabweans independent but not free: Tsvangirai | The Zimbabwean 17.04.14 by Sofia Mapuranga Zimbabwean citizens are independent but they are not free due to the continued persecution of innocent civilians on political grounds, says MDC- T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. In his Easter

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Zimbabwe at 34,The More Things Change, The More They Remain The Same

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe@34,The More Things Change, The More They Remain The Same by Prince Tongogara Zimbabwe turns 34 on Thursday after gaining its independence from the colonial British regime and the planned celebrations take one back to the old adage –

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Zimbabwe at 34: Nation goes through motions

via Zim @34: Nation goes through motions – The Zimbabwe Independent April 17, 2014 by Herbert Moyo SCORES of thousands of Zimbabweans will tomorrow converge at the 65 000-seater National Sports Stadium in Harare which will be the centre-piece of countrywide celebrations of the

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The rare sound of satisfaction by Cathy Buckle

via The rare sound of satisfaction by Cathy Buckle | SW Radio Africa Thursday, April 17, 2014 Dear Family and Friends, This is not my usual letter about events in Zimbabwe because frankly we’re all sick to death of reading, writing and

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Queen Elizabeth II congratulates Zimbabwe on turning 34

via Newsflash: Queen Elizabeth II congratulates Zimbabwe on turning 34 – NewsDay Zimbabwe April 17, 2014 “It gives me great pleasure to send the people of Zimbabwe my congratulations on the celebration of your National Day, together with my best wishes for

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US wishes Zimbabwe well ahead of independence commemorations

via US wishes Zim well ahead of independence commemorations | The Zimbabwean by Chris Ncube 17.04.14 The United States pledged further support to revive democracy in Zimbabwe and wished the country well. The pledge was contained in a letter wishing the country well

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Sekeramayi emerges as likely #mugabe successor

via Sekeramayi emerges as likely Mugabe successor April 17, 2014 in NewsDay by Veneranda Langa Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi could spring a surprise in the race to succeed President Robert Mugabe as the two main factions in Zanu PF continue to tear

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#mugabe’s cabinet reshuffle won’t get Zimbabwe out of the woods

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Mugabe’s cabinet reshuffle won’t get Zim out of the woods 17 April 2014 Former deputy Justice minister Obert Gutu has dismissed recent speculation on President Robert Mugabe’s planned cabinet reshuffle saying the move would not improve the country

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Learn from Nkomo’s ouster – Vince Musewe

via Learn from Nkomo’s ouster April 17, 2014 by Vince Musewe in NewsDay “We believe that the true unity of the people of Zimbabwe is founded on fundamental principles rather than personalities” History always repeats itself and at most times, it does

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Zimbabwe needs $18bn to rebuild infrastructure – UN expert

via Zim needs $18bn to rebuild infrastructure – UN expert | The Source  on April 17, 2014 Zimbabwe requires $18 billion to rehabilitate its run-down infrastructure and attract more foreign direct investment, a United Nations expert said on Thursday. “If basic internal

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Promise of youth empowerment haunts ZANU PF

via Promise of youth empowerment haunts ZANU PF | SW Radio Africa  by Tererai Karimakwenda on Thursday, April 17, 2014 The issue of youth empowerment, which ZANU PF has used in its political campaigns to boost support, appears to be coming back

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