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Anti-poaching unit in major Vic-Falls victory

via Anti-poaching unit in major Vic-Falls victory January 20, 2014 NewsDay by Charles Laiton THE Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit (Vapu) in conjunction with the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority officials have scored a major victory recovering and removing over 22 000 snares

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Teen bailed over ‘Mugabe in freezer’ Facebook post

via Teen bailed over ‘Mugabe in freezer’ Facebook post | SW Radio Africa by Nomalanga Moyo on Monday, January 20, 2014  Police charged 18-year-old Gumisai Manduwa for posting a message on Facebook claiming that Mugabe had died and was being kept in

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Is Mugabe Set For Mini-Cabinet Reshuffle?

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – Is Mugabe Set For Mini-Cabinet Reshuffle? by Prince Tongogara  January 20, 2014 President Robert Mugabe is set to conduct a mini-cabinet reshuffle upon his return from annual leave as a means of putting the brakes on the fast deteriorating

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Gukurahundi: Pius Ncube breathes fire

via Gukurahundi: Pius Ncube breathes fire – Southern Eye 20 January 2014 by Silas Nkala FORMER archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church, Bulawayo Diocese, Pius Ncube, on Saturday attacked police, who blocked a Gukurahundi prayer meeting that had been scheduled to take

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Scepticism over plans to license 25 radio stations

via Scepticism over plans to license 25 radio stations – DailyNews Live by Maxwell Sibanda  20 JANUARY 2014 Government’s plans to license 25 new radio stations within the next two months has been received with scepticism. George Charamba, Information, Media and Broadcasting

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Government plan to scrap ZBC licenses criticized as insincere

via Government plan to scrap ZBC licenses criticized as insincere | SW Radio Africa by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Monday, January 20, 2014 The government’s plan to scrap ZBC listener’s licence fees has been criticized as yet another arbitrary decision taken without considering

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Tsvangirai to present alternative state-of-the-nation address

via Tsvangirai to present alternative state-of-the-nation address – DailyNews Live  20 JANUARY 2014 Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai will tomorrow present an alternative state-of-the-nation address to proffer solutions to deepening politico-socio-economic problems bedevilling the country. The address, to be made from the Crowne

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Tsvangirai to speak on deepening economic problems

via Tsvangirai to speak on deepening economic problems | SW Radio Africa by Tichaona Sibanda on Monday, January 20, 2014 Opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai will on Tuesday speak on the deepening political and economic problems facing the country. His address at a

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More companies to de-list as economy struggles – ZSE chief

via More companies to de-list as economy struggles – ZSE chief | The Source January 20, 2014 More companies are set to delist from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange this year due to the harsh economic environment obtaining in the country, the ZSE

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ZSE fast losing its attractiveness | The Herald

via ZSE fast losing its attractiveness | The Herald January 20, 2014 by Makanaka Nyamutowera THE year 2013 witnessed a worrying trend where several companies were delisted from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange either through voluntary or forced delisting. There are now a total

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‘Civil servants salary negotiations will not yield results’

via ‘Civil servants salary negotiations will not yield results’ January 20, 2014 by Feluna Nleya NewsDay SALARY negotiations between government and civil servants unions will not yield any results due to the reluctance by the employer to increase salaries to the Poverty

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White farmers in Mash west given May deadline

via White farmers in Mash west given May deadline | SW Radio Africa by Tererai Karimakwenda  January 20, 2014 The ZANU PF provincial leadership in Mashonaland West is reported to have given an ultimatum to white commercial farmers “operating illegally” by leasing

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Deadline for farmers | The Herald

via Deadline for farmers | The Herald January 20, 2014 WHITE commercial farmers operating illegally on land acquired by the State for resettlement purposes in Mashonaland West province through ad-hoc lease agreements with resettled farmers have been given until May 15 to

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Govt pressed over Beam

via Govt pressed over Beam January 20, 2014 NewsDay THE MDC-T last Friday said the Zanu PF government should urgently find money to fund the one million schoolchildren who might be forced out of school due to the Basic Assistance Education Module

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Real war veterans reduced to helpless spectators – Tanonoka Joseph Whande

via Real war veterans reduced to helpless spectators | SW Radio Africa by Tanonoka Joseph Whande  20 January 2014 I wonder if Zimbabwe will ever make a worse mockery of itself to beat taking Joseph Chinotimba seriously enough to actually swear him into

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