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ZANU PF priorities on show as Mugabe’s office allocated over $200 million

via ZANU PF priorities on show as Mugabe’s office allocated over $200 million | SW Radio Africa by Alex Bell on Friday, January 17, 2014 ZANU PF’s priorities have been reflected in the national budget allocations, with over $200 million being set

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Robert Mugabe – A man and president Zimbabwe never needed!

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Robert Mugabe – A man and president Zimbabwe never needed! by Stella Msebele 17 January 2014 Plainly, Robert Mugabe was the wrong man and the wrong president for a post-colonial State to succeed Rhodesia, by whatever name that post-colonial would

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Chiefs threaten to sink 2014 budget

via Chiefs threaten to sink 2014 budget – DailyNews Live by Mugove Tafirenyika  17 JANUARY 2014 Chiefs have threatened to sink the 2014 national budget when it is presented before Parliament next week for approval. The traditional leaders are livid that their

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Maize output set to decline, warns CFU

via Maize output set to decline, warns CFU – The Zimbabwe Independent January 17, 2014 ZIMBABWE’s maize production is set to decline in the 2013/2014 farming season to below 799 000 tonnes produced during the previous season due to a myriad of problems,

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Shocking revelations as Tsvangirai meets mayors

via Bulawayo24 NEWS | Shocking revelations as Tsvangirai meets mayors by Luke Tamborinyoka 17 January 2014 Former Prime Minister, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai today met all mayors and council chairpersons elected on the party ticket to understand how they are operating in improving

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Tsvangirai, ZCTU close ranks

via Tsvangirai, ZCTU close ranks – Southern Eye 17 January 2014 by Moses Matenga MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday met the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) to discuss the plight of workers amid a war of words with Zanu PF over

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WTO trade deal will create problems for Zim – Bimha

via WTO trade deal will create problems for Zim – Bimha | The Source January 16, 2014 Industry and Commerce minister, Mike Bimha said an agreement reached at the recent World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial conference in Indonesia to facilitate trade between

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Govt to impose import licences to save industry – Bimha

via Govt to impose import licences to save industry – Bimha | The Source  The government will introduce import licences on selected goods as part of measures to contain the country’s widening trade imbalance and protect the struggling local industry, the

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Zimplats: No progress on land challenge

via Zimplats: No progress on land challenge – DailyNews Live by Eric Chiriga  17 JANUARY 2014 Zimbabwe Platinum Mines (Zimplats) – a subsidiary of South African miner Impala Platinum Holdings (Implats) – says there are no developments on its legal challenge of

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Save Valley Conservancy to be indigenised

via Save Valley Conservancy to be indigenised – The Zimbabwe Independent January 17, 2014 by Herbert Moyo THE long-running saga in Zimbabwe’s Save Conservancy, widely regarded as the richest and largest private wildlife sanctuary in the world which was invaded in 2012 by

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School fees unconstitutional: MDC

via School fees unconstitutional: MDC | The Zimbabwean 17.01.14 by Sofia Mapuranga Government should prioritise and amend the Education Act to ensure that every Zimbabwean child is guaranteed free education in accordance with the new constitution. MDC- T Spokesperson, Douglas Mwonzora said it

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The rich abuse Beam cash, say teachers | The Herald

via The rich abuse Beam cash, say teachers | The Herald January 17, 2014 by Felex Share The Basic Education Assistance Module (beam )is largely benefiting children from well-to-do families at the expense of the vulnerable, representatives of teachers’ unions have said.The unions

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Dropouts reflect Govt’s skewed priorities

via Dropouts reflect Govt’s skewed priorities – The Zimbabwe Independent January 17, 2014 Editor’s Memo with Faith Zaba NEWS that a million pupils risk dropping out of school this year if government does not source funding for the Basic Education Assistance Module (Beam)

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1400 schools condemned | The Herald

via 1 400 schools condemned | The Herald January 17, 2014 by Lloyd Gumbo GOVERNMENT has condemned 1 400 satellite schools countrywide whose infrastructure is unsuitable for learning and has pledged to erect proper structures. Most of the schools are in resettlement areas.Speaking

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Regime change no panacea to Zim’s economic problems

via Regime change no panacea to Zim’s economic problems – The Zimbabwe Independent January 17, 2014 by Fay Chung MDC-T legislator Eddie Cross published an article on The Need for a New Road Map before Christmas last year. In it he made a

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