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Punishment?

via Punishment? | The Zimbabwean 02 July 2014 by Jera If he wants names of senior government officials involved in scandals we can give them to him: Frederick Shava, Goodwills Masimirembwa, Munyaradzi Kereke, Christopher Chigumba and his nephew Temba Mliswa.

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A letter to Barack Obama

via A letter to Barack Obama | The Zimbabwean 02 July 2014 by Vince Museve From those to whom much is given, much is expected. In January 2009 I watched as you were inaugurated as the 56th and first black

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GOOD NEWS – an honest cop!

via GOOD NEWS – an honest cop! | The Zimbabwean 02 July 2014 by Magari Mandebvu It is a rare pleasure to be able to commend our police. To be fair, when they do something right, it should be acknowledged.

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Artisanal mining: A continued environmental menace

via Artisanal mining: A continued environmental menace 2 July 2014 by Proceed Manatsa Artisanal (informal) mining has become a way of life for many Zimbabweans these days. Given the escalating rate of unemployment, many Zimbabweans who have not been fortunate

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Mujuru stages ‘palace coup’

via Mujuru stages ‘palace coup’ – NewsDay Zimbabwe 2 July 2014 THE ruling Zanu PF party has set new rules that will see officials who have not served for at least five years in its provincial structures fail to make

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Leadership struggle has paralysed ship of state

via Leadership struggle has paralysed ship of state | The Zimbabwean 01 July 2014 by Eddie Cross Zanu was founded in the early 60’s and came out of a leadership split which left Joshua Nkomo in charge of Zapu, and

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Human rights defender threatens legal action over demolished houses

via Human rights defender threatens legal action over demolished houses – NewsDay Zimbabwe 2 July 2014 by Obey Manayiti A LOCAL human rights defender, ZimRights, has threatened to take legal action against a Buhera village headman and law-enforcement agents who

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MPs get $35 000 all-terrain vehicles in $11 million govt scheme

via MPs get $35 000 all-terrain vehicles in $11 million govt scheme 2 July 2014 by Staff Reporter LEGISLATORS have begun taking delivery of the all-terrain Ford Ranger vehicles under an $11 million vehicle purchase scheme financed by the government.

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The Zimbabwean | Zimbabwe News

via The Zimbabwean | Zimbabwe News. 02 July 2014 by Tawanda Majoni The police, through their hapless spin-doctor Charity Charamba, recently reacted angrily to a call by Gershom Pasi, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) boss, to surrender to Treasury the

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Indigenisation discord puts investors off

via Indigenisation discord puts investors off 01 July 2014 by Business Reporter THE Government must be clear on its indigenisation laws and policy as the on-going policy discord is affecting efforts to attract foreign direct investment (FDI), parliament was told

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‘Following the rot’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 28th June 2014

via ‘Following the rot’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary 29 June 2014 by Administrator  Extroverts in tight dresses and bouffant wigs tottering along the Strand in high heels: it was Gay Pride Day in London  and we at the Vigil had

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$144m loan abuse probe complete, Hre

via $144m loan abuse probe complete, Hre 01 July 2014 INVESTIGATIONS into allegations of abuse of  part of the $144 million loan sourced from China to rehabilitate water infrastructure have been completed by a team of consultants, Harare City Council

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Whites anti-sanctions group backs EU

via Whites anti-sanctions group backs EU 01 July 2014 by Staff Reporter AN all-white lobby group calling itself Whites Against Sanctions, which was formed early this year, has endorsed the European Union’s (EU) evolving policies towards Zimbabwe. The EU imposed

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Lawyer denies ‘Baba Jukwa’ arrest in SA

via Lawyer denies ‘Baba Jukwa’ arrest in SA ” Nehanda Radio 01 July  2014 Zimbabwean journalist Mxolisi Ncube was not arrested in South Africa in connection with the ongoing hunt for mystery Facebook blogger Baba Jukwa according to his Harare

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China shopping junket MPs rescued

via China shopping junket MPs rescued 01 July 2014 by Staff Reporter ZIMBABWE’S legislators regularly plead poverty, claiming they cannot effectively discharge constituency duties or attend Parliament because the cash-strapped government has not been paying their allowances. But this week

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