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Civil Society must speak truth

via Civil Society must speak truth | The Zimbabwean 7 July 2014 by Arthur Gwagwa During the recent 4th EU-Africa Summit which brought together more than 60 EU and African leaders, and a total of 90 delegations, to discuss the

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HRT presses on with rate payment boycott

via HRT presses on with rate payment boycott | SW Radio Africa 7 July 2014 HRT presses on with rate payment boycotts The Harare Residents Trust (HRT) has pressed on with rate payment boycotts, urging all residents in Harare to stop

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French Ambassador hails Zanu govt

via French Ambassador hails Zanu govt | The Zimbabwean 7 July 2014 by Clayton Masekesa The French Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Laurent Delahousse, has praised President Robert Mugabe, saying his government had shown positive signals since it came into power last

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Promote domestic tourism

via Promote domestic tourism – DailyNews Live 7 July 2014 by Maxwell Sibanda HARARE – While Zimbabwe was this year awarded with the honour of being Europe’s best touristic destination by the European Council on Tourism and Trade (ECTT), the

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MDC opposes police shoot-to-kill call

via MDC opposes police shoot-to-kill call | The Zimbabwean 7 July 2014 The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) shadow Home Affairs Minister, Lilian Timveos, has dismissed recent police calls to give them the right to shoot to kill. While appearing

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Tsvangirai reveals all

via Tsvangirai reveals all – DailyNews Live 7 July 2014 by Gift Phiri HARARE – Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai says the MDC made a huge error by contesting in the 2013 elections when it was clear there was going to

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‘Womanising phase over’

via ‘Womanising phase over’ – DailyNews Live 7 July 2014 by Helen Kadirire HARARE – MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai whose numerous affairs with women were extensively covered by the media says he has moved on from that sad chapter in

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South Africa permits: Mohadi in firefighting

via South Africa permits: Mohadi in firefighting 7 July 2014 HOME Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi reportedly told the Zimbabwe Community in South Africa (ZCSA) that the local economy was too small to absorb close to 250 000 locals who risked

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State House intruder languishes in jail

via State House intruder languishes in jail 7 July 2014 A MATSHOBANA man who was arrested for trying to enter Bulawayo State House on April 6 was last week remanded in custody pending the release of his mental status report

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Govt sets up National Mining Company

via Govt sets up National Mining Company – DailyNews Live 7 July 2014 by Ndakaziva Majaka HARARE – Government has formed the National Mining Company (NMC) for the prospecting of the country’s minerals, after it was duped by a Canadian

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First Oil involved in $2,7m botched fuel deal

via First Oil involved in $2,7m botched fuel deal – DailyNews Live 7 July 2014 by Maxwell Sibanda HARARE – First Oil Company which is currently embroiled in a botched fuel deal involving a Hong Kong-based company says the Central

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Zanu PF MP: There is no poverty in Zim

via Zanu PF MP: There is no poverty in Zim 06 July 2014 by Staff reporter ZANU PF legislator, Tionei Melody Dziva, who represents the Midlands province under the women’s quota, torched a storm of controversy last week after rubbishing

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Playboy Tsvangirai bankrupted MDC-T

via Playboy Tsvangirai bankrupted MDC-T 06 July 2014 MORGAN Tsvangirai – or Gumbura as the rival Renewal Team has taken to calling him – used party funds to pay lobola for his women and bankrupted the MDC-T with his playboy

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Mugabe lone foreign leader at Malawi event

via Mugabe lone foreign leader at Malawi event 06 July 2014 by Staff Reporter PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe flew out to Malawi Saturday to attend the former British colony’s Golden jubilee, even skipping the burial of national hero Stanley Sakupwanya who

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SA admits quandary over 250,000 Zimbos

via SA admits quandary over 250,000 Zimbos 06 July 2014 ZIMBABWEANS living in South Africa must wait a little longer to know their fate as the neighbouring country agonises on how to assist them while avoiding a “shock to the

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