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EU legislator comments on lifting of restrictive measures

via EU legislator comments on lifting of restrictive measures | SW Radio Africa by Nomalanga Moyo on Thursday, February 20, 2014  A Member of the European Parliament has voiced concern over the decision by western powers to ease restrictive measures against Robert

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ZANU PF hypocrisy over Western countries

via ZANU PF hypocrisy over Western countries | SW Radio Africa  by Tichaona Sibanda on Thursday, February 20, 2014  While Western governments have pumped billions of dollars into Zimbabwe in food, developmental and educational aid, this has not stopped the ruling ZANU

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Moyo branded “hypocrite” over tainted ZBC board members

via Moyo branded “hypocrite” over tainted ZBC board members | SW Radio Africa by Tererai Karimakwenda on Thursday, February 20, 2014 The Minister of Information, Jonathan Moyo, has been branded a hypocrite and received strong criticism, following statements he made defending an

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Students cry foul as UZ increases tuition fees

via Students cry foul as UZ increases tuition fees | SW Radio Africa  by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Thursday, February 20, 2014  The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) has raised tuition fees, sparking an outcry from the students, most of whom were already struggling

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Last batch of villagers from Tokwe-Mukosi to be evacuated Saturday

via Last batch of villagers from Tokwe-Mukosi to be evacuated Saturday | SW Radio Africa by Tichaona Sibanda on Thursday, February 20, 2014  In response to the Tokwe-Mukosi breaching its dam wall three weeks, following heavy rains in Masvingo province, government has

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Five lessons from Rhodesia for Zimbabwe – Vince Musewe

via Politicsweb – Five lessons from Rhodesia for Zimbabwe – FEATURES by Vince Musewe 13 February 2014 Vince Musewe says leadership integrity and accountability were central to the success of the import substitution policy The name Rhodesia remains offensive to most of us blacks.

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Pair’s past not an issue, says Prof Moyo | The Herald

via Pair’s past not an issue, says Prof Moyo | The Herald February 20, 2014 by Felex Share There is nothing wrong with the appointment of Dr Cleopatra Mutisi and Mr Gelfand Kausiyo to the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation board as the two

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I never plagiarised any document: Kausiyo

via I never plagiarised any document: Kausiyo – NewsDay Zimbabwe February 20, 2014 in Media, National, News GELFAND Kausiyo, who was last week appointed to the new ZBC board, never plagiarised SABC work and resigned from the South African broadcaster on his

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AirZim insurance firm bosses accused of $8,7 million fraud

via AirZim insurance firm bosses accused of $8,7 million fraud – NewsDay Zimbabwe February 20, 2014 by Charles Laiton AS the crackdown following the Air Zimbabwe insurance saga continues, three Navistar Insurance bosses yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with

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Zim gems to fetch $35m in Antwerp

via Zim gems to fetch $35m in Antwerp – DailyNews Live by John Kachembere  20 FEBRUARY 2014 Zimbabwe expects to rake in nearly $35 million from the second auction of its diamonds in Antwerp, Belgium this week. The country — planning to

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180 million kg forecast for 2014 tobacco season

via 180 million kg forecast for 2014 tobacco season – NewsDay Zimbabwe February 20, 2014 by Tarisai Mandizha THE 2014 tobacco marketing season officially started yesterday with an opening price of $4,85 per kilogramme of the golden leaf. About 180 million kilogrammes are

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New platinum players to undergo due diligence

via New platinum players to undergo due diligence – NewsDay Zimbabwe February 20, 2014 MINES minister Walter Chidhakwa has said government is committed to carrying out a thorough due diligence analysis on the two companies that have been shortlisted to set up

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Tourism workers, employers reach pay deal

via Tourism workers, employers reach pay deal | The Source February 19, 2014  Tourism workers and employers have agreed salary increments of 5.5 percent for the high earning employees and 45.5 percent for the lowest paid workforce, the industry union has said.

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Rebuilding a ruined Zimbabwe

via Rebuilding a ruined Zimbabwe February 20, 2014 by Prof.  Ambrose B. Chimbganda In William Shakespeare’s tragic play, Julius Caesar, Brutus justified his assassination of Julius Caesar by passionately claiming that he wanted to free his Roman compatriots from Caesar’s dictatorship. The Romans

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‘Kneel before your banks’ – Made tells farmers

via ‘Kneel before your banks’ – Made tells farmers | The Source  February 18, 2014  Agriculture minister, Joseph Made said government will not fund this season’s winter crop and has urged farmers who benefitted from land redistribution to approach banks for funding

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