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MDC must renew itself before it is too late – Tanonoka Joseph Whande

via The MDC must renew itself before it is too late by Tanonoka Joseph Whande | SW Radio Africa February 17, 2014  Reports about the manhandling of Elton Mangoma and Tendai Biti by MDC-T youths are extremely disturbing even to die-hard supporters

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UK based pressure group asks Cameron to boycott EU summit

via UK based pressure group asks Cameron to boycott EU summit | SW Radio Africa by Tichaona Sibanda on Monday, February 17, 2014  UK based pressure group the Zimbabwe Vigil has written a letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron, urging him

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EU eases Zimbabwe sanctions but keeps them on #mugabe

via EU eases Zimbabwe sanctions but keeps them on Mugabe Mail & Guardian 17 FEB 2014 by Adrian Croft The European Union suspended sanctions on eight of Zimbabwe’s most powerful military and political figures on Monday, but kept them on President Robert Mugabe

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Meikles takes RBZ to court over debt

via Meikles takes RBZ to court over debt | The Source February 17, 2014 Diversified group, Meikles Limited, has taken the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to court in a bid to recover $89 million owed by the central bank. The debt was

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Police: We can’t just arrest ‘Cashberts’

via Police: We can’t just arrest ‘Cashberts’ 16/02/2014 by Staff Reporter NewZimbabwe POLICE have rejected allegations of dragging their feet over the ‘Salarygate’ scandal and insisted they cannot take action against executives accused of looting from public enterprises without evidence of criminality. The

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Mpofu’s struggling bank on the brink

via Mpofu’s struggling bank on the brink 16/02/2014 by Staff Reporter NewZimbabwe ALLIED Bank, which is owned by Transport Minister Obert Mpofu, is planning to approach investors for fresh capital as it teeters on the brink of collapse. According to the Herald newspaper:

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Could this intricate web be at the heart of AirZim fight?

via Could this intricate web be at the heart of AirZim fight? February 17, 2014 NewsDay ZIMBABWE is a dying country. It is grinding to a slow, but painful death superintended by greedy public officials working hand-in-hand with powerful politicians. This combination

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ZANU PF factionalism deepens as state media suggests looters can be arrested

via ZANU PF factionalism deepens as state media suggests looters can be arrested | SW Radio Africa by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Monday, February 17, 2014 In what is seen as further manifestation of ZANU PF factionalism, the state media this week took

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Irony of Mpofu’s clean-up charade

via Irony of Mpofu’s clean-up charade – Nehanda Radio Feb 17, 2014 By Fredrick Matenga Anyone coming from Mars might be tempted to believe Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Obert Mpofu is serious about fighting corruption after he sacked the Air Zimbabwe board

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Moyo Appoints Discredited Plagiarist To Turn Around ZBC Fortunes

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – Moyo Appoints Discredited Plagiarist To Turn Around ZBC Fortunes By Prince Tongogara  February 17, 2014 Media, Information and Broadcasting Services Minister  Professor Jonathan Moyo appointed discredited plagiarist Gelfand Kausiyo in the new Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) board announced on Sunday which

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New ZBC board chairman embroiled in ‘salarygate’

via New ZBC board chairman embroiled in ‘salarygate’ | SW Radio Africa by Tichaona Sibanda on Monday, February 17, 2014 Information Minister Jonathan Moyo has announced a new board for the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC). It will be chaired by telecoms entrepreneur

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Zim cost Mbeki his presidency – Zanu-PF MP

via Zim cost Mbeki his presidency – Zanu-PF MP | News24 2014-02-17 Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF party legislators are reportedly pushing for a street to be named after former president Thabo Mbeki for “bringing stability to the country” following the disputed 2008 polls. Mbeki

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ZANU PF want to name a street after Mbeki

via ZANU PF want to name a street after Mbeki | SW Radio Africa by Tererai Karimakwenda on Monday, February 17, 2014 A proposal by ZANU PF to name a street in Zimbabwe after the former President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki,

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COURT WATCH 3/2014 of 17th February

COURT WATCH 3/2014 [17th February 2014] Judicial Service Commission and Improved Court Performance New Members of the Judicial Service Commission Under the new Constitution the Judicial Service Commission has been expanded to twelve members, double its former maximum of six.  Its

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Tourism $5bn target faces hurdles

via Tourism $5bn target faces hurdles – DailyNews Live by John Kachembere  17 FEBRUARY 2014 Tourism ministry’s aim to contribute $5 billion towards the country’s gross domestic (GDP) product by 2018 faces new hurdles posed by government’s  restrictive policies. Last year, Zimbabwe

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