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Zim must start believing, again

via Zim must start believing, again – The Zimbabwe Independent January 24, 2014 Big business is dying. Corporates are caught in a negative flux in which they have been forced to downsize their operations or to apply for liquidation. There is resizing

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Tsvangirai calls for early congress in March, but no takers

via Tsvangirai calls for early congress in March, but no takers | SW Radio Africa by Tichaona Sibanda on Friday, January 24, 2014 MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Friday moved a motion to call for an early congress in March, in an

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Tsvangirai extends olive branch to Zanu (PF)

via Tsvangirai extends olive branch to Zanu (PF) | The Zimbabwean 25.01.14 by Sofia Mapuranga MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai has indicated that he will not relent on his fight for democracy despite the open provocation and unbridled malice exhibited by his political opponents

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2014 going to be a tough year – Tsvangirai

via 2014 going to be a tough year – Tsvangirai | The Source January 24, 2014  Former prime minister and Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) leader, Morgan Tsvangirai on Friday said Zimbabwe should expect a tough 2014 due to the economic and

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MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai’s state of the nation address

via MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai’s state of the nation address | The Zimbabwean 25.01.14 by MDC Information & Publicity Department Introduction Six months after the July 31 event, the national economy is bleeding as Zimbabweans come to terms with the reality of yet

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MDC denies reports of bankruptcy

via MDC denies reports of bankruptcy | SW Radio Africa by Mthulisi Mathuthu on Friday, January 24, 2014 The MDC party led by Welshman Ncube is reportedly facing collapse due to financial problems but officials are denying the reports. A Friday Daily

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ZCTU turns to Mugabe

via ZCTU turns to Mugabe January 25, 2014 By Christopher Mahove NewsDay THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions has turned to President Robert Mugabe in its quest to stop the government from introducing labour marker flexibility. The labour body wrote to the President

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Parastatals must be viable: Charamba | The Herald

via Parastatals must be viable: Charamba | The Herald January 25, 2014 by Tendai Mugabe The public applauded Government for moving in to scrap the Listener’s Licence Fees and its uncompromised stance on corruption which has become endemic in most public institutions. Our Senior

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Chiadzwa: Only one miner to stay | The Herald

via Chiadzwa: Only one miner to stay….•Move to improve accountability • Seven companies face audit | The Herald January 25, 2014 by Lloyd Gumbo Government wants only one company to mine diamonds in Chiadzwa as it takes practical steps to improve accountability and

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Govt should widen revenue base – MPs

via Govt should widen revenue base – MPs | The Source January 24, 2014 Members of Parliament have urged government  to consider other avenues to increase its revenue base as the $4.4 billion budget announced recently will not be enough to stimulate

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‘Prosecute errant bankers’

via ‘Prosecute errant bankers’ January 24, 2014 in Business NewsDay A PARLIAMENTARY Portfolio Committee on Finance and Economic Planning has urged government to prosecute and effect stiff penalties on bankers and shareholders responsible for bank failures. The chairperson of the committee David

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Red Cross ends health support to local authorities

via ICRC ends health support to local authorities | The Zimbabwean 25.01.14 by Thabani Dube The International Committee of the Red Cross has ended its support for Zimbabwean local authority health initiatives, it has emerged. This was revealed today in Harare by the

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Zim starts abandoning use of falling SA rand

via Zim starts abandoning use of falling SA rand | SW Radio Africa by Alex Bell on Friday, January 24, 2014 A growing number of public institutions, businesses and individuals are beginning to abandon the use of the South African rand, with

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PSMAS saga: Civil servants cry foul | The Herald

via PSMAS saga: Civil servants cry foul | The Herald January 25, 2014 by Paidamoyo Chipunza Civil servants, who form the bulk of subscribers to the Premier Service Medical Aid Society, have urged authorities to include their representatives in its board to ensure

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Greed Corruption and Transparency – Eddie Cross

via Eddie Cross, Bulawayo, 24th January 2014  Sometimes living in Zimbabwe is like living in a mental asylum where the inmates are in charge. Just yesterday we learned that the Chief Executive of a local medical aid society (PMAS) has been

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