The ZIMBABWE Situation

August and September 2006 ARCHIVE


NEWS and Other Articles
  1. Posted 30/9/06
    • Fertilizer shortage to hit Zimbabwe harvests
    • ZANU PF legislator arrested
    • Harare fails to carry out pauper burials
    • UN denies NGO accusations of "being in bed" with Mugabe
    • Zambia's white farmers worry as Sata leads
    • Lawmakers in Heated Debate Over Motion
    • Opposition Officials Say Harare Turning Up Pressure Before Rural Balloting
    • China, Zimbabwe to expand co-op on agriculture, mineral, telecom and infrastructure
    • Russia returns to Africa: Zimbabwean report
    • State Takes Measures to End Price Distortions
    • Man fined for smuggling SA wine into Zim
    • Visual Artist Depicts Zim Crisis in Works
  2. Batch 3 Posted 29/9/06
    • Hiding Truth Behind Attacks On Trade Unionists - Watch Video
    • UN slams Mugabe
    • Govt rushes to cover up Zisco scandal
    • Vendors press-ganged to receive Mugabe
    • Confusion swirls over polls
    • Fresh wave of evictions hits Mash West, Masvingo
    • MDC found wanting in rural vote battle
    • Zanu PF politicises aid distribution: report
    • Mutsvangwa's brother fined for insulting Shamu
    • Zinwa, Harare headed for clash over water assets
    • No way out for Chinamasa, says AG's office
    • Misa meets over official's CIO links
    • 'Govt responsible for Hwange woes'
    • Zim dollar plumbs fresh depths
    • Money supply surges to 826,6%
    • RBZ not moved by low interest rates
    • Mugabe mustn't succeed himself
    • Borrowing craze bloats domestic debt
    • World ought to act over Zimbabwe brutality
    • Protest marches against Mugabe a waste of time
    • Giving Zanu PF deadly ammunition
    • Mugabe's menaces
    • Yet another state-invented drama
    • Inflation runs berserk
    • Mugabe opens gates of hell
    • Zim Independent Letters
  3. Batch 2 Posted 29/9/06
    • ZANU PF youths query army role
    • ZANU PF forces farmers to 'donate' food for conference
    • Zambia opposition leader praises Mugabe's land policies
    • JAG Urgent Appeal Communique dated 28 September 2006
    • JAG Open Letter Forum No 442
    • UN criticises Zim comments on protest assaults
    • Judiciary set for shake-up
    • Mugabe says union leaders are 'agents'
    • Retailers in court over illegal price hikes
    • Angloplat says ups Zimbabwe mine cost to $200 mln
    • Zimbabwe Ruling Party Elements Intent on Postponing 2008 Presidential Ballot ...
    • ... No plans for a longer Mugabe term: Zanu (PF
    • Violet Gonda talks with Eric Bloch on the programme ‘Hot Seat’, Part 2
    • Weather experts warns of El Nino in southern Africa
    • The continent's original people survive by begging
    • $837 Million Required for Power Stations
    • Zesa transformer blows leaving Kuwadzana in dark
    • New land law - Is this the end of productive farming in Zimbabwe?
    • Fake Maize Seed On Sale
    • War on the middle classes
    • Angloplat says ups Zimbabwe mine cost to $200 mln
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 28 September 2006
  4. Batch 1 Posted 29/9/06
    • Minister in power struggle
    • ZRP risks UN missions ban
    • We were robbed: MDC factions
    • Pay us back, Zupco demands
    • Civic groups snub rights conference
    • Transport blues stall maize distribution
    • Postpone the election, postpone recovery
    • Zim slides further on WEF global rankings
    • Govt puts business back in its place
    • Mutambara leaves it to Tsvangirai
    • Those were unpresidential remarks, Mr President
    • Water shocker: Most mineral water products not certified
    • Should this man be taken seriously?
    • Ship has a big hole
    • Shameless attempt to cover up
    • Role model Chissano equivocates on Mugabe
    • FinGaz Letters
  5. Batch 2 Posted 28/9/06
    • Zimbabwe Government An Enemy Of The People - Campaign Group
    • Zim Crisis A Collective Responsibility
    • International action required to end impunity in Zimbabwe, says the IBA
    • Save Zimbabwe Coalition Sets Decision-Making Structure To Challenge Harare
    • Zimbabwe Human Rights Group Finds Discrimination In Humanitarian Aid
    • Airzim set to acquire new planes
    • Zinwa fails to end water woes
    • Zimbabwean domestic debt rises to 509.6 mln USD
    • U.S. says Zimbabwe subject to sanctions
    • Zimbabwe remains good place to live, speakers say
    • Africa needs a black Blair and a black Brown
    • Interview: Zimbabwe eager to strengthen economic ties with China
    • Thugs burn MDC supporter's house
    • Villagers bemoan lack of dipping chemicals
    • Rich-poor gap widens
    • Government sanctioned hunting
    • President's elephants suffer
    • ZNA top brass slam 'corrupt' ZRP
    • Mutambara in Zengeza
    • Seed Co gives Msika 23 tons of seed
    • Zim $ continues to plunge
    • Zim inventor finds a way to hold fraud-free elections
    • Zimbabwe runs dry
    • 2,000 infected every month - governo
    • Farm invasions continue
    • Dementia, bonkers or both?
  6. Posted 28/9/06
    • ZANU PF at odds over presidential poll
    • Minister backtracks on looting allegations
    • University bars student leaders over unpaid fines
    • Zimbabwe opposition vows to resist election delay
    • More farm evictions in Mutare
    • National student body announces demonstrations planned for next week
    • Zimbabwe imports 30,400 T wheat to ease shortage
    • Zambia exports white maize to Zimbabwe - report
    • Eloquent and Unyielding on the Evil in Zimbabwe: A Walk with the Archbishop
    • Internet service providers in revolt over TelOne rates
    • Deficit Spending Produces 800% Rise In Zimbabwe Domestic Debt
    • Zimbabwe Opposition Cries Foul Over Rural Ballot Disqualifications
    • Milling, Baking Workers Laid Off As Zimbabwe Wheat Shortage Continues
    • Beatings put Zimbabwe back on international agenda
    • Mugabe steps up threat to miners
    • Zimbabwe pays for new equipment from China
    • Judicial proceedings - ZWE 001 / 0106 / OBS 011.1
    • Food Monitoring Unit Faults Zimbabwe Grain Monopoly In Shortages
    • JAG Classifieds dated 26 September 2006
    • Beating Protesters In Zimbabwe - views of the United States Government
    • Politicized aid in Zimbabwe
    • Migration office host heated meeting with Zimbabweans in London
    • Pauper burials on the rise in Zimbabwe as economic crisis worsens
    • Is Zimbabwe headed for conflict?
    • Are Zimbabweans in the diaspora doing enough?
    • Crafty Zimbabwean vendors paint Windhoek red
  7. Posted 27/9/06
    • Zim charges two white farmers, orders 50 others to leave
    • Why Zimbabweans do not rebel: Part 2
    • Zimbabwe: International action is required to end impunity
    • Bread price goes up as clampdown forces bakers underground
    • Zimbabwe implosion 'may put region at risk'
    • Made says monkey sabotaged farming season
    • Police Brutality Victim Speaks Out
    • Dissident makes his voice heard
    • Zimbabwe urged to increase rates for international calls
    • ARVs price up in Zimbabwe
    • Mugabe tells Britain, U.S. to stay out of Zimbabwe politics
    • Mugabe Warns Off Protesters
    • No Arrests But Beatings Alleged As Zimbabwe's NCA Returns To Streets
    • Zimbabwe churches in joint appeal to solve national crisis -26/09/06
    • Desperate Zimbabweans Resort to "Transactional" Sex
    • Chibhebhe out of hospital but expected to appear in court soon
    • Zimbabwe To Import Fertilizer From China
    • NCA Members Released In Mutare
    • Mayor, MP freed on bail
    • Opposition says Mugabe personally liable for torture
    • MDC says political violence on the rise in Zimbabwe
    • Politics not need determines govt aid - rights NGO
    • Cosatu outraged at violence against Zim unions
    • Zimbabwe internet link restored
    • Zim Not Bothered By US, EU Noise - President
    • Gono Slams Ministries
  8. Posted 26/9/06
    • 27 injured as police crush NCA demonstration in Harare
    • Bread shortage worsens in Zimbabwe
    • Outcry from opposition as Mugabe gives himself extra time in power
    • Zimbabwe's Leaders Want to Delay Presidential Vote Until 2010
    • You deserve the beatings, Mugabe tells trade unionists
    • The Emperor's Derričre
    • U.S. Condemns Zimbabwe's Denial of Entry for Black Trade Unionists
    • Zimbabwe company to distribute Chinese vehicles
    • Kuruneri Case: Top Cop and Prosecution Under Probe
    • Court frees private radio station bosses
    • AIDS activists and MDC officials arrested in Kariba
    • Through the Looking Glass
    • Zimbabwe army takes over food security
    • Mugabe confirms and endorses state terrorism
    • Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union
    • HIV prevalence decline - will it last?
    • Swedish union protests over police's strong-arm tactics
    • Zimbabweans opt for virtual weddings
    • SA's shopping malls lure continent's traders
  9. Posted 25/9/06
    • Creating the tipping point
    • MDC candidates disqualified from poll
    • Zimbabwe opposition MP, mayor arrested
    • Civic groups boycott Mugabe's rights commission
    • Zim loses half of its health professionals
    • ZCTF report 24.09.06
    • BBC Hard Talk
    • Zanu PF wants 2010 presidential elections
    • President Arrives in Egypt
  10. Batch 2 Posted 24/9/06
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 23rd September 2006
    • EU demands probe into ZCTU attacks
    • Searching for 'Mugabe knock-out punch'
    • Police probe detectives' assault of schoolchildren
    • Accused persons get raw deal
    • The plot that never was
    • Aids activists demand probe of NAC affairs
    • Cyber-technology for rural Matabeleland
    • No Prison job for journalist
    • Toddlers watched as mum was murdered
    • 'Only a miracle can save ailing mining sector'
    • Retrenchments at Natfoods
    • ZISCO awaits decision on Global Steel lifeline
    • Suspended AirZim official quits
    • Alarm over RBZ stance on NCDs
    • Forex crunch dampens Midlands production
    • Controls will only exacerbate shortages
    • Brutalised by the neo-colonialists
    • Security forces should answer for their actions
    • Zim Standard Letters
  11. Posted 24/9/06
    • Coal-rich Zimbabwe faces acute coal shortages, imports coal
    • Zimbabwean unionists return home
    • Abuses of power
    • UN Speeches signal move to realign the world
    • West accused of interfering in Zimbabwe internal affairs
    • IMF official predicts 4,200% inflation in Zimbabwe
    • Court grants Bredenkamp reprieve
  12. Batch 2 Posted 23/9/06
    • International Day of T.U Action on Zimbabwe
    • Holiday in Harare: Part 1
    • Holiday in Harare: part 2
    • Holiday in Harare: part 3
    • FEWS Zimbabwe Food Security Update Sep 2006 - Severe maize shortages in the south
    • Zimbabwe NGOs Hedge On Proposed State Human Rights Commission
    • Boeing 767 expected back in service in Zimbabwe
    • JAG Open Letter Forum No 440 dated 22 September 2006
    • JAG PR Communique dated 22 September 2006
    • British Trade Union leaders demonstrate against human rights abuses in
    • 'Very Soon'
  13. Posted 23/9/06
    • Displaced Zimbabwe white farmers head for Ghana
    • 'Jail for white farmers who cling to farms'
    • Zimbabwe bars team of black U.S. trade unionists
    • Rule of law vital to economic turnaround - IMF official
    • Zim imports wheat as bread shortages mount
    • Opposition Faction Aims To Root Out Moles In Local Branch
    • Tsvangirai Asks Harare Diplomats For Help Pressuring Mugabe On Rights
    • Zimbabwe Faces Food Shortage Due To Fuel Crunch - Agency
    • AG appeals against Chinamasa acquittal
    • Four Hospitalised After Drinking Contaminated Water
    • Australia condemns Zimbabwe police crackdown
    • UNDP accused of going to bed with Mugabe regime over new rights commission
    • 14 Companies Fined for Overcharging
    • Ministry to Bail Out Distressed Firms
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 21 September 2006
  14. Batch 3 Posted 22/9/06
    • Net closes in on Zisco looters
    • Air Zim loses plane to Mugabe's UN trip
    • Tsvangirai must come clean on violence report: Stevenson
    • Muguti forced to eat his words
    • Anti-graft unit fails to take off
    • New criminal code invalid: appeal
    • Zim only African country yet to address ACP-EU concerns
    • Langa files police report against Nyoni
    • MDC cries foul in Mat South
    • Air Zim Boeing 767 engine dismantled over oil leak
    • Business leaders slam arrests
    • Govt debt doubles in 15 days
    • Govt moots localising foreign companies
    • Construction costs up 350% - expert
    • Cabs advances $940 million
    • Zim unashamedly breaks international conventions
    • Of cockroaches and the opposition
    • Opposition playing into Mugabe's hands
    • Race to succeed Msika gets bitter
    • Suspected cops brutally assault young woman
    • What a crowd!
    • Time to go back to Plan A
    • If Mangwana was the (mis) Information minister
    • Constructive empowerment needed
    • Fragmentation is our No 1 enemy
    • Zim Independent Letters
  15. Batch 2 Posted 22/9/06
    • No democracy, no bread and butter
    • Harare bans gays from human rights workshop
    • Why Zimbabweans won't rebel: Part 1
    • Tortured labour leader fails to address congress
    • Zimdollar slides on parallel market
    • Police release 170 protesters
    • Civic Activist Alleges Beating, Torture In Zimbabwe Ruling Party HQ
    • Events of Wednesday 13th September, 2006 - ZCTU Demonstration
    • Global Labor Group Calls For Demonstrations At Zimbabwean Embassies
    • Zim unionists in SA clinic after beating
    • We will topple Mugabe - Tsvangirai
    • IMF Team to Visit Country Next Week
    • Zimbabwe May Increase Tobacco Plantings by 22 Percent This Year
    • Iran, Zimbabwe discuss expansion of ties
    • Rates Plunge, Avoidance of Long Paper Now Costly
    • Militant youth group get audience with SA embassy in the UK
    • Zimbabwe women plead for curbs on domestic violence
    • NRZ Seeks to Raise $875m
    • Milk Production to Improve
  16. Batch 1 Posted 22/9/06
    • MDC 'infiltrated'
    • Massive water crisis looms
    • Civic organisations agree to rights body consultations
    • High Court blocks Chigwedere's plot
    • ZSE hits new record
    • Army, cops deployed at fuel filling stations
    • CZI blasts govt over arrests
    • Influential people milked Zisco: Minister
    • Nyoni vows to deal with Langa
    • Just resign, please!
    • Chideya case to be concluded next month
    • US/Zim body seeks turnaround map
    • Zisco minorities may be nudged out
    • US$700 000 RBZ bailout for TelOne
    • Coal shortages burn
    • Lobels fined $1m for illegal forex dealings
    • Mangwana's crazy definition of patriotism
    • The dependency syndrome is getting worse!
    • Police force that gloats about its brutality
    • Show Made the door
    • No questions, guv'nor . . . for now
    • Now Zim has its own Sept Thirteen or 9/1
    • Police brutality exposes govt's main weakness
    • FinGaz Letters
  17. Batch 2 Posted 21/9/06
    • Zimbabwe President Mugabe: Controversial policies will succeed
    • US holding UN Security Council hostage: Mugabe
    • Constitutional group says members were beaten
    • Zimbabwe Union Officials Say Harassment By Authorities Continues
    • Govt brutality strengthens opposition resolve
    • Zimbabwe changes tack on land grabs
    • More mass action looms
    • My 'Bloody Wednesday' Diary
    • Zim youths to meet South African embassy officials
    • Tsvangirai damned by Stevenson attack report
    • Planned Zimbabwe Vigil Action
    • Harare Withholds Damning Report On Collapse Of Steel Joint Venture
    • No Western Food Aid
    • Betrayed by Mbeki
    • Police seize fuel
    • Zimbabwe plans to sell beef to China, Malaysia
    • Unemployment 11% says CSO
    • Text of Mugabe's speech before UN General Assembly
  18. Posted 21/9/06
    • 150 arrested as police thwart street protests
    • Tsvangirai says Mugabe's crack unit assaulted labour leaders
    • UK summons Zimbabwe envoy over torture
    • Commission blames state agents for MP's assault
    • Zimbabwe internet slows to crawl as debts unpaid
    • Zimbabwe succession battle rages on
    • Bread Shortage Expands in Zimbabwe
    • The rise and fall of Zimbabwe
    • Tsvangirai reaction to Stevenson inquiry report
    • TUC calls demonstration to support trade unionists in Zimbabwe
    • The Central Statistical Office's mathematical illusion and the continued slide into poverty
    • With Planting Season Near, More Zimbabwe Farmers Contemplate Eviction
    • State to Deal With Illegal Land Occupiers
    • Interview Part 1: Eric Bloch
    • A revolution that lost its way
    • Nightmare of Living Without Water
    • Please, come to our rescue
    • Zimbabwe mulls new railway line
    • Bredenkamp fights for Zim citizenship
    • Local Rights Group Blasts Harare Over Treatment of Labor Leaders
    • Harare Seeks Negotiated Business Compliance With Price Controls
    • Annual General Assembly debate a display of arcane diplomatic ritual
    • Has Zimbabwe reached the suicide bomber age?
    • JAG Classifieds dated 19 September 2006
  19. Posted 20/9/06
    • More streets protests in Zimbabwe
    • Harare still has long way to go to mend ties with IMF
    • Negative growth to keep forex reserves at 12-day cover
    • Swedish envoy criticises Harare over assault of labour leaders
    • Zim police 'overzealous' in monitoring prices
    • Zimbabwe's inflation figures 'doctored'-analyst
    • No Support for Struggling New Farmers
    • Internet shuts down after gov't fails to pay the bill .....
    • ...... Telecoms Showcase Opens Tomorrow
    • Cost of Living Continues to Rise
    • Bread scarce as Zimbabwe targets bakers
    • President in New York for UN General Assembly
    • U.S. Labor Protests Mugabe Attacks on Workers in Zimbabwe
    • Police berated over arrests of company directors
    • Zimbabwe's farmland laid to waste
    • Red Cross bosses in fresh scandal after Zanu PF donation
    • Mugabe lying to himself
    • All Not Well At Bata
    • Cameraperson granted bail, to appear in court in October
    • Zimbabwe gold output falls
    • Police quiz Zimbabwe unionists over wage protests
    • Military police arrest Air Force of Zimbabwe team for losing
    • Media Warned Against Criticising State
    • Water Crisis Being Managed Unfairly
    • Arbitrary arrests
    • Grab them by the balls
    • Mike Davies' response to article by Trudy Stevenson
  20. Posted 19/9/06
    • Mugabe in fresh farm evictions
    • Water crisis hits Harare
    • Concern over physical condition of arrested marchers
    • Zimbabwe shoppers struggle to pay as prices soar
    • Police crack whip on business over prices
    • New Bread Shortages in Zimbabwe, Internet services near collapse
    • Robert Mugabe's Helpful Touch
    • Zimbabwe costs SA dearly
    • Muguti Backtracks On Scathing Criticism
    • 31 ZCTU Members Appear in Court
    • Injured labour leaders fail to attend COSATU congress
    • A week is a long time in politics
    • Medical Doctors and Traditional Healers Square Off In Zimbabwe AIDS Fight
    • Mugabe ouster could spark civil war - Chissano warns
    • Missing trillions now manure, says Gono
    • Dairibord, Lobels and Saltrama chiefs arrested over price increases
    • ZCTU protests are curtain raiser for more action
    • JAG PR Communique dated 18 September 2006
    • Mugabe Lashes Out At US, Britain
    • SPCA Confiscates Starving Snakes
    • How Mugabe wants to be remembered
    • Catholic, Christian churches call for urgent debate on 'ailing' Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe: a short road to Banana Republic
    • 'Followership' problems in Zimbabwe opposition movement
    • Torture victims file
  21. Batch 2 Posted 18/9/06
    • This is what happens when you defy the Zimbabwe Government
    • Amnesty International Statement
    • Union claims of torture by police to be investigated
    • Zimbabwe union chiefs tell of police beatings
    • Mbeki urged to tackle Mugabe on arrests
    • We need to change strategy to oust Mugabe says Zim youths
    • In Zimbabwe, loyalists of wild kingdom rush to the rescue
    • Air Zimbabwe remains insolvent
    • Police say minister lied over gun raid on home
    • Statistics...
  22. Posted 18/9/06
    • Harare says will keep media gagged
    • Rights group wants police prosecuted for torturing labour leaders
    • Minister accused of sexual abuse
    • Tycoon acquitted of immigration charges
    • Cameraman and reporter briefly arrested in Harare
    • 'No shots fired at Zim corruption minister'
    • Seven Years of Courage and Determination
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 16th September 2006
    • Failed asylum seekers take their fight to Labour
    • Police hunt smuggling syndicate
    • Self-censored: Zimbabwe's artists
    • President blasts 'stupid democracy'
  23. Batch 2 Posted 17/9/06
    • ZCTU leaders speak out on prison ordeal
    • Nkomo 'usurps' Chombo's powers
    • Hi-tech dairy equipment at Mugabe family farm
    • Journalists walk out of Press conference
    • Ministers trade insults over stock theft accusations
    • New farmers flee as Jumbos take stand against land invasion
    • Warrant of arrest for 'baboon poaching' businessman
    • Outrage as fresh 'Murambatsvina' hits Harare
    • Bulawayo Council condemns Garikai/Hlalani Kuhle houses
    • Residents despair as Chiredzi decays
    • 'Soldiers can't stay in the dark'
    • Sable's future in doubt
    • 350 buyers slated for international Travel Expo
    • ABAZ to put Zim in the spotlight
    • Zim among worst business destinations - World Bank
    • Suppressing demos will invite bloody violence
    • Opposition's challenge: army control
    • Interception of Communications Bill: surveillance for what purpose?
    • Regulation of political parties in Zimbabwe
    • Zim Standard Letters
  24. Posted 17/9/06
    • Situation in Zimbabwe 'tragic' as inflation spirals - IMF
    • Zimbabwe's Inflation Rate May Breach 4,000%, IMF Says
    • The Veneer gets Thinner
    • US slams Zim's violent clampdown
    • Stop harassing unionists, Zim govt told
    • Zim gears up for mass action
    • Zimbabwe Trade Unionists Tell Court They Were Tortured
    • Churches Call for Urgent Debate On 'Ailing' Nation
    • U.S. Foes Meet at Nonaligned Summit
    • Agency supports wider use of DDT vs. malaria
    • Taibu seeks a change in nationality to play Tests
    • Zimbabwean women activists speak out on 'Hot Seat'
    • Zimbabwe milk supplier arrested over price hikes
    • Zimbabwe: International Religious Freedom Report 2006
    • The police are brutal here
    • MDC condemns attacks on ZCTU members
    • Expert Says China Has Sophisticated Energy Strategy for Africa
  25. Posted 16/9/06
    • Zimbabwe Aug inflation jumps to 1,204 pct yr/yr
    • Mugabe grabs Air Zimbabwe plane for Cuba trip
    • Political violence, torture rise in Zimbabwe
    • Amnesty International Urges Letter Campaign Over Harare Arrests
    • Zanu PF breaks international laws on torture
    • Doctor describes ZCTU injuries as severe
    • Cameraman Beaten By Police, Detained, for Filming Police Crackdown On Union Demonstration
    • Police free trade unionists
    • Troops oversee crop collection
    • Zim tycoon stripped of passport
  26. Batch 3 Posted 15/9/06
    • Expert Presents 'Road Map' for Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe Authorities Pursue Crackdown On Opposition Forces
    • ZCTU leaders assaulted in jail
    • Chinamasa not off the hook yet
    • Zanu PF eyes Bredenkamp's empire
    • Gono's Russian contact shot dead
    • Civil servants brace for tough negotiations
    • Moyo raises Nkomo, Dabengwa claim to $200m
    • EU pressurises China over Zim
    • CSC fails to pay workers for five months
    • Succession race takes new twist
    • Made admits to grain shortages
    • Govt to maintain tight grip on media
    • We can turn around agriculture in six months: CFU president
    • Rates in tailspin
    • Gono misses IMF/World Bank AGM
    • 78% old currency returned: RBZ
    • Aspef proves fruitful for Agribank
    • Zimbabwe businesses set up shop in Zambia
    • Investors jostle for housing bills
    • Vital need for independent prosecuting authority
    • Struggle will always be our birthright
    • Zimbabweans to be stripped of privacy
    • MDC, ZCTU prove unequal to the task
    • ZCTU lays bare govt's mortal fear
    • So the 'First Family' is now 'needy'?
    • A mayoral speech at the Africities Summit
    • 'With love from Her Majesty'
    • Rights and wrongs of Operation Tatambura
    • Zim Independent Letters
    • JAG PR Communique dated 14 September 2006
    • Victoria Falls faces World Heritage site KO
  27. Batch 2 Posted 15/9/06
    • ZCTU leaders brutally assaulted by police in Harare
    • Zimbabwe Unions Accuses Authorities of Denying Leaders Medical Attention
    • Police photograph assault of student leader
    • Statement by Lord Triesman following crackdown on trade union demonstration in Zimbabwe
    • Deported SA youth alliance threaten to retaliate with protests should Mugabe visit
    • Division and fear take toll on Zimbabwe opposition
    • U.S. officials accuse China of weapons proliferation
    • China comes to Zim's rescue
    • August Inflation Data Expected to Be Released Tomorrow
    • How Mugabe holds on
    • Former Diplomat in Court
    • South African president urged to sanction Mugabe
    • ZDF commander denies conflict of interest charges
    • 'Zimbabwe will nationalise mine sector'
    • Zimbabwe exchange moves to electronic system
    • Maggie Makanza & Mduduzi Mathuthu on SWRA
    • Non-aligned, or 'axis of evil'?
    • Makwavarara's son infected 6 UK girls with HIV
  28. Batch 1 Posted 15/9/06
    • Army fleeced of billions
    • Esigodini gold miners in free for all
    • Least tobacco output since independence
    • MP sues Chihuri
    • Murambatsvina strikes again
    • Questions over key witness
    • Inflation seen up, Gono coy on rates
    • Hwange blamed for failed Zisco deal
    • NSSA cracks down on errant employers
    • Agribank takes it to the big boys
    • Rot at Ziscosteel leaves MP 'shaken'
    • Steelmakers set to triple coal output
    • Air Zim boss fired, bounces back
    • Time to debunk 'image' fallacy
    • Traditional herbs controversy rages on
    • Spin them off!
    • Taboo to speak positively about colonial era
    • Be afraid, very afraid!
    • Controversy Stalks Hlalani Kuhle
  29. Batch 2 Posted 14/9/06
    • Cold comfort for Mugabe
    • Zimbabwe: Cracks in Mugabe's Power Structure
    • China pouring money into African infrastructure projects
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Solidarity Protest - 13th September 2006
    • Union condemns expulsion of youth group
    • ZRP steals forex from tourists
    • Rethinking fast-track land reform
    • Integrity is the key in politics
    • We can't afford to die
    • United opposition on the cards?
    • Most salaries fall below poverty datum line
    • Obituary Adrian Stanley
    • Nigerians, Malawians pose as Zims
    • The Zimbabwean Letters 14.09.2006
  30. Posted 14/9/06
    • Labour leaders arrested as police thwart protests
    • Harare deports SA youth delegation
    • Police still detaining women protesters
    • Zimbabwe defence forces chief grilled over wife's supply contracts
    • Zimbabwe Swiftly Crushes Wide Labor Protest
    • Zimbabweans on the streets
    • Zimbabwe police beat and arrest journalist covering demo
    • ZCTU & MDC leadership beaten and arrested in Harare
    • Riot police use force to block ZCTU protests
    • Nineteen parishioners banned for disrupting Kunonga wedding party
    • Fuel Shortages Resurface As Dispute Over Price Rages On
    • Fertilizer Prices Soar
    • Zimbabwe mining affected by skills shortage
    • Agricultural Experts See Disappointment In Zimbabwe's Wheat Harvest
    • MISA Press Release
    • Zimbabwean travails
    • Hot Seat teleconference: Zimbabwe women activist (FINAL Segment)
    • Policy Inconsistencies Rile Us - Doctors
    • Zimbabwe unveils $653.7m loan injection
    • Senior Immigration Officers Arrested
    • Kruger Park hit by TB outbreak
    • JAG Classifieds dated 12 September 2006
  31. Posted 13/9/06
    • Tsvangirai rallies Zimbabweans for protests
    • Army to use force against villagers over grain
    • Tobacco farmers hope to push output to 70 million kgs
    • MDC legislator sues state newspaper, police chief
    • Zimbabwe hope for morale-boosting start of SA tour
    • Zimbabwe Police Vow to Stop Anti-Government Protests
    • Zim union: Government is shaken
    • Mugabe offers talks, vows to stop protests
    • Arrested WOZA woman gives birth
    • Top ZCTU officials picked up by the police in Rusape
    • Zimbabwe tense as unions plan protest
    • Zimbabwe sinking into the quagmire of dictatorship
    • Kwara to invite more Zimbabwean farmers
    • Message from Hannes Botha
    • Zim mass protest deemed 'unjustifiable'
    • Oil Thieves Spawn Power Outages
    • Power cuts, fuel shortages hurt Zimbabwe wheat harvest
    • Member countries reminded of Non-Aligned Movement's goals as Cuba takes over presidency and hosts summit
    • Zimbabwe's National AIDS Council Accused of Mishandling Funds
    • Let's not turn into a Zim replica
    • Zimbabwean civic leader refused entry into Britain
  32. Posted 12/9/06
    • Zimbabwe union to defy police ban on protests
    • No easy victories for Zimbabwe's workers
    • Archbishop accuses church leaders of being bribed by Mugabe
    • Police arrest 100 protesters, release student leaders
    • Migration group says Harare pressing on with evictions
    • South African Communist Party to send delegation to Zimbabwe during protests
    • “Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer…” :Where is the promised mass action?
    • Launch of Mass Action in Zimbabwe
    • Crackdown fears haunt union protests in Zim
    • Cash crunch delays Zimbabwe inflation data
    • Hopes of good harvest fade
    • Protests a 'grave mistake': Zim
    • Zimbabwe enlists army help to collect maize
    • ZINASU student activists released
    • Mugabe has planted the seeds of mass protest in Zimbabwe
    • Torture victim elected new MDC-UK chairman
    • Zimbabwe plans to return to Test cricket
    • Housing policy built on foundation of failures and lies
    • 'Journos in bid to oust Mugabe'
    • Power cuts short circuit Zimbabwe
    • South Africa's bitter harvest
    • Witches, witch doctors and 'men of reason'
    • Train hits buffaloes, driver dies
  33. Posted 11/9/06
    • Zim ready to crush protests
    • The Magic of the Matopo Hills
    • ZCTF painting auction update
    • Mugabe seizes third farm for himself
    • Outages short Zim revival
    • Tutu attacks 'betrayal' of liberty ideals
    • Mbeki eyes role as 'Africa's spokesman'
    • Protest as Majongwe denied UK visa
    • Bootlicking gospel artistes in unholy trinity
    • New executive for MDC UK elected
  34. Posted 10/9/06
    • Bishop Kunonga angers Anglicans
    • Mugabe's livestock relocated
    • Government unleashes army to raid farmers
    • Lodgers get raw deal as greedy landlords cash in
    • Harare demo denounces Makwavarara
    • Mixed reactions to ruling on traditional healers
    • Veld fires: winners and the losers
    • Mugabe spooks spy on church leaders
    • Health, Aids experts denounce ruling on traditional healers
    • Don't be cry-babies, Msika tells residents
    • MP bails out starving elderly
    • PTA Bank pledges more support for Zimbabwe
    • New RTG hotel for Beitbridge
    • Fallacies that fuel myths of land reform
    • Freedom of expression under siege
    • Controlling the army is the opposition's main challenge
    • Christian Alliance leads the Save Zimbabwe Campaign
    • Zim Standard Letters
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 9th September 2006
    • UN should report on human rights situation in Zim says the IBA
    • London demo in solidarity with ZCTU protests
    • Zimbabwe slams Amnesty slum blitz report
    • Mugabe house promises 'are a sham'
    • Spying Bill Betrays Zanu PF Desperation
    • Rites of Passage
    • With Protests Looming, Harare Bears Down on Labor, Student Leaders
    • Minor quake rattles southern Zimbabwe
    • The cost, curse and chaos of cronyism: lousy governance
    • G-20 Aim to Break Trade Talk Impasse
    • Kunonga tells churches to close on his anniversary
  35. Posted 9/9/06
    • Zimbabwe police patrol streets as army is put on alert
    • UNICEF combats child abuse in Zimbabwe
    • Ruling in Zimbabwe businessman's passport case postponed
    • Zimbabwe: Quantifying destruction - satellite images of forced evictions
    • The hitchhiker's guide to Zimbabwe
    • EU wants Security Council action against Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe Humanitarian Situation Report Issue no. 10, Aug 2006
    • Parliament Question Time Wed 6 Sept - Stevenson Q on mealie meal
    • Zimbabwe student leaders arrested
    • Protests due next week as Zimbabweans demand change
    • What's Wrong With Our Parastatals?
  36. Batch 3 Posted 8/9/06
    • Zimbabwe: Housing policy built on foundation of failures and lies
    • Police charge Mutasa
    • Major shake-up looms in CIO
    • Terrorism Bill withdrawn
    • We can turn around agriculture in six months: CFU president
    • MDC not joining ZCTU protests
    • Mugabe's lawyer pushes Tsvangirai on poll petition
    • Matetsi bidder fails to pay up
    • Byo water project flops
    • Zim misled Sadc on Mkapa
    • Gono, Murerwa conflict scuttles IMF mission
    • Fund not impressed with Zim currency reforms
    • For sale: insurance company for a dollar or two
    • RBZ governor defends quasi-fiscal operations
    • RBZ orders Time Bank to stop repayments
    • Zimbabwe to get US$30 million from PTA Bank
    • Forex still scarce
    • Bill to create cyber concentration camp
    • Without suicide bombers in cars, body count mounts
    • New money does little to ease economic woes
    • Whose 'uncollected maize' is GMB targeting?
    • Zimbabwe must be reined in first
    • Drivers only respond to fear
    • How could you be so ignorant Mutasa?
    • Results justified the means
    • Newspapers: the endangered species
    • Zim Independent Letters
    • Zimbabwe Solidarity Demonstration - Operation Tatambura
    • Experts Question Harare's Projections on Winter Wheat Crop
    • Cost of living continues to skyrocket in Zimbabwe
    • Frequency jamming continues as mass action beckons
    • Mugabe's spokesman hits out at newspapers
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 7 September 2006
  37. Batch 2 Posted 8/9/06
    • ZANU PF loots Harare
    • War veterans order minister's neighbour to drop charges
    • 'A5 farmers' leave sugar growers bitter
    • Zanu PF official urges private players to demand media licences
    • RBZ throws Air Zim US$50m lifeline
    • Air Zim passengers stranded
    • ZCTU gears for protests
    • Blame for farming chaos heaped on Made
    • Al-Jazeera licensed
    • David Whitehead vehicles seized
    • CBZ secure on farm lending
    • Border Timbers chops 100 jobs
    • Apology no cure-all for Africa's ills
    • Who will police the policemen?
    • Hoping against hope
    • Land reform revisited: lessons from Asia
    • Interception of Communication Bill could devour its own architects
    • ZANU PF's terrible legacy
    • FinGaz Letters
  38. Batch 1 Posted 8/9/06
    • Mugabe puts labour, opposition leaders under 24-hr surveillance
    • Lift veil of secrecy on hunger-related deaths, says Zimbabwe mayor
    • Zimbabweans say ready to take on Mugabe on the streets
    • Anti-corruption team probes ZIFA
    • Zimbabwe iron deal in balance
    • Zimbabwe has no money for elections
    • Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions - NATIONAL PROTEST
    • Zimbabwe Urgent Resolution in EP
    • Family basket shoots to $96 326
    • Zimbabwe's malnutrition rate touches 30 percent
    • Amnesty raps Zimbabwe for failing to rehouse demolition victims
    • Zimbabwean Speaker: Iran vanguard of nuclear energy among developing states
    • Zimbabwe says HIV rate declines to 18,1%
    • Mugabe deploys army to mop-up grain
    • Authorities accused of downplaying train accident death toll
    • Pioneer conservationist dies in Zim
    • Zimbabwe earns US$107 million from tobacco sales
    • Long-awaited MDC UK congress set for Saturday
  39. Batch 2 Posted 7/9/06
    • Zimbabwe Bread Manufacturers Ask For Weekly Price Adjustments
    • Zimbabwe's Civil Society Seeks Support Across Southern African Region
    • State Issues Directive On School Fees
    • Cross-border cattle rustling rife
    • CHRA plans demo
    • Ever on the Move
    • Zimdaily.com slammed for plagiarism
    • ZCTU jambanja planned
    • Prayers for reconciliation
    • Govt jitters as MDC demo looms
    • Where is the action?
    • Pre-conditions for a new constitution
    • The Zimbabwean Classifieds 05-09-2006
  40. Posted 7/9/06
    • Zimbabwe civic alliance rallies behind protest call
    • Mugabe's wife arm-twists council to allocate land to friends
    • Botswana journalists' bid for freedom fails
    • 40 Air Zimbabwe passengers stranded in Harare
    • Part 2: SWRadioafrica's Violet Gonda talks to Zimbabwe women activists
    • Now Zim's sick can get note from witch doctor
    • Cash-strapped Zim police are 'struggling'
    • Deep In Red, Harare Ruling Party Solicits Funds For Annual Conference
    • Zimplats fate in balance over electricity supply
    • Harare Taxpayers Move to Block House Sale to Commission Chairwoman
    • Experts Downgrade Maize Harvest Estimates As Grain Sits Uncollected
    • Journalist Paints Bleak Picture for Media in Zimbabwe
    • More white Zim farmers welcomed in Nigeria
    • Chibhebhe trial threatens to expose illegality of Mugabe's laws
    • Save the burning nation
    • Ongoing harassment of WOZA activists
    • Tormented by the central bank
    • Zim union to march against poverty
    • Gono bids to cool Murerwa feud
    • Zimbabwe's fate lies in hands of Zimbabweans
    • Mugabe Succession Battle Rumbles On
    • African Justice: Drawing Parallels
    • Communities find innovative ways to raise money for students in Zimbabwe
    • Socio-economic crisis in Zim takes new twist
    • Zimbabwe Skills and Reconstruction Press Release
    • JAG Classifieds dated 5 September 2006
  41. Posted 6/9/06
    • Media group says Harare to review Internet snooping Bill
    • Protests could refocus international spotlight on Mugabe
    • Zimbabwe rail firm hikes fares by 85 percent
    • Mugabe bishop accused over 'spree'
    • Harare Security Heightened Facing Opposition Protest Wave
    • Zimbabwe Fuel Import Cash Unaccounted For - Central Bank
    • Country 'Liberalises' Power Sector
    • Rethinking fast-track land reform
    • Tsvangirai backs Gono's currency reforms
    • MDC National Council Meets
    • State to Collect Undelivered Maize
    • Mugabe regime silent on council elections
    • Nkomo back in control at the Daily News
    • Nyarota speaks on his book and his country
    • Zanu PF rocked by divisions ahead of annual congress
    • Anxiety about Zimbabwe diocese grows
    • Important parallel meetings during NAM Summit in Cuba
    • Gang seizes Gono's son, vehicle
  42. Posted 5/9/06
    • Zim minister acquitted in bribery case
    • Zimbabwe bank governor wants six-month price freeze
    • Prosecutor threatened as justice minister is acquitted
    • Zimbabwe church harassed for hosting whites
    • Zimbabwe: Surviving the turmoil
    • An eerie passivity on trampled ground
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 2nd September 2006
    • More of Mugabe's magic tricks?
    • Zanu PF seizes Red Cross cars
    • Zimbabwe Cricket's draft constitution rejected
    • Incentives to stop Zimbabwe skills exodus
    • Zimbabwe at the crossroads: The unheard debate
    • Mine tycoon admits having illegal SA passport
    • ZNPSCA Update 30 August 2006
    • Uncertainty and distrust cast a blight on promised land reform
    • Zimbabwe unions plan mass protests
    • Zimbabwe Defends Lack Of Housing
    • Zimbabwe Film Festival Survives in Spite of Country's Economic Problems
    • Ministers ask for forgiveness
  43. Posted 4/9/06
    • Mugabe says central bank chief is ZANU PF election agent
    • Political temperatures rise in Zimbabwe as labour, students push for protests
    • Mutambara demands mutual respect ahead of unity talks
    • Zimbabwe workers plan Sept. 13 demo over salaries
    • Police warn against unlawful protests in Zim
    • In a people's government elections make for real democracy
    • The Trouble With Mugabe's Zimbabwe
    • Please go away, Mr Mugabe
    • Gas shortages predicted after Zim price slash
    • A few beers with friends saw us slapped with a bill of 78 million dollars
    • Churches Seek Way Out of Deepening National Crisis
    • Controversial tycoon faces jail over 'illegal' SA passport
    • Bob leaves offer of assistance hanging
    • A good newspaper is always the enemy of bad government
  44. Batch 2 Posted 3/9/06
    • Mugabe linked to ARDA corruption
    • 'Cops killed my brother in cold blood': survivor
    • Outcry as church mission moves to evict families
    • MDC defies police as Tsvangirai leads demo
    • 'The world agrees with us,' says GCN's Betty Makoni
    • Land row stalls Lupane University
    • Villagers plead for extension of currency deadline
    • NGO's project tour sparks controversy
    • Jitters over 'flying coffins'
    • ZCTU sets date for nationwide strike
    • Upheaval at ZSE while Gono looks away
    • Power blackouts: generator dealers do roaring business
    • CZI mourns over Zambia tariff barriers
    • SADC's ambivalence betrays Zimbabweans
    • Gono's policies are hurting the poor
    • Expecting Mugabe's voluntary retirement is day-dreaming
    • Of facts and fact-finding missions
    • Second Nation Builder Nomination
    • Zim Standard Letters
  45. Posted 3/9/06
    • Opposition petitions Mugabe amid new fuel crisis
    • Leading from the front!
    • Prominent Zimbabwe investor in court over tough citizenship laws
    • Correspondent Cathy Buckle burgled
    • Retailers hike maize-meal prices by 160 percent
    • Mysteries across the border
    • Small signs of life at Harare Show
    • Their stories break hearts
    • ISPs express fears over Chinese bugging equipment
    • Zimbabwe: Motorists and Kombi Operators Access Cheap Fuel
    • Zimbabwe man tries to talk his way into record books
  46. 2nd batch Posted 2/9/06
    • Judges, journalists critical anchors of democracy
    • Truth, freedom and growth
    • Painful but effective plan
    • Corruption blitz netting only small fish
    • Inside Zimbabwe: A Special Report
    • Mutambara faction barred
    • Stakeholders urge withdrawal of Communications Bill
    • IMF back in Zim next month
    • Army deals probed
    • No growth in money supply, says Gono
    • ‘We didn’t profiteer’
    • Savanhu sucked into circus at Town House
    • Quantity has replaced quality in education
    • Donors snub Bulawayo City’s water conference
  47. Posted 2/9/06
    • Uncertainty hangs over 2006/7 cropping season
    • Moment of truth for Chinamasa
    • Gono moves in on fuel price chaos
    • Govt begs for additional US$257m humanitarian aid
    • Police officers angry over Project Sunrise allowances
    • Police still guarding Nkomo's residence
    • ZIMBABWE CONSERVATION TASK FORCE
    • No light at end of this tunnel
    • Zvinavashe lambasts govt over food security
    • Opposition parties moot single candidate
    • Zanu PF bigwigs in farm leasing scam
    • Sandura passed dissenting judgement in Bennett case
    • Where were you Mahoso during the liberation struggle?
  48. Posted 1/9/06
    • MELTDOWN
    • Zim slammed for eavesdropping bill
    • Zimbabwe's fund to stem exodus
    • Zimbabwe's opposition and civic society angry over SADC leaders failure to public reign Mugabe
    • Journalist dedicated to pursuing truth and justice in Zimbabwe
    • Archbishop's report exposes Zimbabwean homelessness debacle
    • Price of Maize Meal Soars in Zimbabwe As Supply Chain Breaks Down
    • Harare Opposition & Civic Groups Forge United 'Save Zimbabwe' Front
    • CIO chaps thrash cops and blow cover on jamming center
    • Supermarket prices, Harare northern suburb
  49. Second batch Posted 31/8/06
    • Hot Seat teleconference: Debate on mass action and unity in the pro-democracy movement (Segment 1)
    • Zimbabwe plumbs the depths with police brutality towards children
    • Government blamed for failure to issue licenses
    • CIO chaps thrash cops and blow cover on jamming center
    • 'Free and fair' Yengeni jailed for corruption
    • Human rights lawyers slam Mahoso
    • Power in the Voice
    • Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association
    • Silent Voices
    • Chideya case adjourned
    • CHRA breathes fire over Makwavarara
    • Government ministers predict more food shortages next year
    • Govt insists French fuel deal still on
    • Informal traders accuse Zanu (PF)
    • Victory for WOZA
    • African WW2 heroes celebrated
    • Mujuru's daughter grabs farm
    • No political will to tackle corruption - MDC
    • Concealing the police state
    • MDC unity talks denied
    • SW radio : Sponsor of reign of terror(Bindura) & Zimbabwean journalism
    • Zimbabweans still homeless after 2005 demolitions
    • I am starving as Mugabe lives like a king
  50. Posted 31/8/06
    • Mugabe Takes Land Issue Too Far
    • No help for Zimbabwe's homeless
    • HIV+ Zimbabweans can live in NZ
    • Health Minister defends Zimbabwe stance
    • Zimbabwe decision a positive humanitarian move
    • It's A Sad Solution But We Did Warn You
    • "Welcome to a new sunrise in Zimbabwe": or Murambatsvina Part 2
    • 130 expatriates at works ministry
    • Women's Issues: Zimbabwe and Indonesia sign "betterment of women" agreement
    • Victoria Falls to host first major international road race
    • Zimbabwe defends housing strategy
    • Homeless Zimbabweans are helpless
    • Border region struggles with influx
    • ZIMBABWE: Bill proposes state access to electronic communications
  51. Posted 30/8/06
    • Zim court dismisses charges against women
    • Fifa has to call Zimbabwe’s bluff
    • African regional blocs to hold meeting to harmonize positions with EU
    • Chideya’s lawyers challenge legality of Harare Commission
    • ZIMBABWE: New currency winners and losers
    • Zimbabwe World Cup tickets scandal takes new twist
    • Mogae and Mugabe 'skirt the Zimbabwe issue'
    • Zimbabwe: Radiotherapy Machines Still Down
    • Arrests in Zimbabwe's Ruling Party Worrying Political Elite
    • South Africa assembly OKs mercenary bill
    • Zimbabwe Opposition Factions Clash in Matabelele North Province
    • Zimbabwe: Political Transition Needed to End Economic Crisis, MDC Leader Says
    • Mugabe loyalists at state firms fail to present audit reports
    • Eight weeks before rains, white farmers still wait for land
    • Bruised Zimbabweans use bags of maize to buy health care
    • Football clubs raise storm over Dynamos' fixtures
    • Zimbabwe tennis players gunning for gold at US Open
    • Two Zimbabweans on Survivor Africa
  52. Posted 29/8/06
    • UN aid for Zimbabwe deportees from SA
    • Kuwaiti fuel feeds oil-starved Zimbabwe
    • Blind Zim couple refused asylum
    • Mogae, Mugabe skirt Zimbabwe crisis
    • Victoria Falls train crash claims five lives
    • A Ghastly Disease Feeds Off a Ghastlier Oppression
    • Opposition Forces Forge Alliance to Challenge Harare Government
    • In Harare, Botswana's Mogae Downplays Perceived Cross-Border Strains
    • Zimbabwe's new currency already 'working overtime' across the borders
    • Zimbabwe to face litmus test against SA
    • ZANU PF militias force traders to welcome Mogae
    • City's bid to raise money for water provision flops
    • Zimbabweans to get 24-hour notice before next currency change
    • Harare says French fuel deal still on
    • Zimbabwe buys jets from China
    • JAG Fund Raiser Communique dated 28 August 2006
  53. Posted 28/8/06
    • Head of Zim's grain company arrested
    • Zim farmers left with loads of worthless cash
    • African regimes turn to China for their salvation
    • Harare says French fuel deal still on
    • Daughter of Zim bigwig bags land
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 26th August 2006
    • SADC pushes for a customs union by 2010
    • Five die in Zimbabwe train crash
    • Zimbabweans to get 24-hour notice before next currency change
    • Zimbabwe uses loan to buy petrol
    • Zimbabwe Extends Controversial Currency Exchange For 1 Wk
    • Zimbabwe announce domestic overhaul
  54. Posted 27/8/06
    • Border region struggles with influx
    • Zim grain trade boss charged with corruption
    • 'Dabengwa abused Nkomo's property'
    • Tungamirai poisoned,says wife
    • Gono says sorry
    • Starving Bubi villagers barter cattle for grain
    • Shocking squalor at Harare Airport
    • Unity, the new buzzword in MDC
    • Steep maternity fees drive women to 'Kumasowe'
    • Awash with cash, but investors retreat
    • Cash squeeze stalls Beitbridge plans
    • Survivors of the land invasions
    • Mahoso's attack of the Law Society of Zimbabwe
    • Gono chasing a political mirage
    • Don't demonise the Diaspora
    • This government is a serious danger to its people
    • Zim Standard Letters
    • Failed asylum seekers ask Tories for help
    • Raining Leaves
    • Zimbabwe's Cash Crisis Deepens
    • Indian Steel Firm Withdraws From Venture With Harare, Cites Interference
  55. Posted 26/8/06
    • MDC factions in preliminary talks over reunion
    • Harare extends currency deadline for rural areas
    • Zimbabwe in massive army recruitment drive
    • Food shortages are looming
    • Ten trillion Zimdollars lost when currency was revalued, Gono
    • Ministry ignores Gono's fuel policy directive
    • Lack of gumption at the top cripples anti-corruption war
    • Now Zimbabwe forks out billions for new army cars
    • UN deportation centre set up at Beit Bridge
    • Zimbabwe shuts down brothels, lodges in crackdown
    • Zim government threatens defiant fuel dealers
    • No end in sight for Zimbabwe-Britain row
    • Josiah Tungamirai's widow claims husband poisoned
    • Zimbabweans refusing to pay ZBC radio and TV license fees
    • Botswana cannot ignore Zimbabwe - Ramsay
    • Charity begins at home Mr Mbeki
  56. Batch 3 Posted 25/8/06
    • The Mugabe problem
    • Seeing Shortfall, World Food Program Steps Up Aid to Zimbabwe
    • Africa Insight: Mkapa has a long shot at moving 'bad boy' Mugabe
    • Whitherto MDC factions? The much needed commodity for Zimbabwe – Unity by the MDC factions
    • Fertiliser woes plague Harare farmers
    • Only mass action will unseat Mugabe, says crisis group
    • Government Blamed for Failure to Issue Broadcasting Licences
    • China donates 180 solar water heaters to Zimbabwe
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 24 August 2006
  57. Batch 2 Posted 25/8/06
    • Zeros back by December - Murerwa
    • Mkapa snubs Mugabe
    • Army splashes forex on cars, jets
    • Mutasa, Zvinavashe clash over farmers' compensation
    • Officers sue Chinamasa over transport allowances
    • Govt rejects tents, settles for plastics
    • Dande dismisses VP Mujuru links
    • Media groups slam Communications Bill
    • Staff exodus hits AG's office
    • Single doctor for 4 million in Mat South
    • Operation Maguta suffers setback
    • CFX pulls shocker, appoints POSB underwriter
    • Turnall's volumes catching asbestosis
    • Talks over Zisco collapse
    • Production to decline as farmers dump tobacco
    • Dairibord turnover down 5%
    • Zimbabwe political actors mere pawns
    • Links with civil society necessary
    • Sadc confirms Zim a trouble spot
    • CHRA has been at forefront of the fight
    • Convergence of vision vital
    • Let's see you rise to the occasion
    • Getting new passport no stroll in the park
    • Tell us what exactly happened in Lesotho
    • Government's endless repetition of errors
    • Zim Independent Letters
  58. Posted 25/8/06
    • Think-tank warns of violent explosion in Zimbabwe
    • Government ministers predict more food shortages next year
    • AIDS drugs now a preserve of the mighty and well-connected in Zimbabwe
    • Harare residents stampede for zebra meat
    • Zimbabwe officials admit severe food deficit
    • Surviving the land invasions
    • Inputs a worry as Zimbabwe prepares for crop season
    • Pahad: SADC held meeting on Zim's economic woes
    • Concern over new Beitbridge Centre for Zimbabweans seeking work
    • Zimbabwe, Equatorial Guinea strengthen ties
    • Zim jet order doesn't fly with opposition
    • Zimbabwe needs $3bn to revamp energy capacity - report
    • Satellites Chronicle a Depleted Continent
    • Anger as Zimbabwean refugee faces boot
    • MDC united on pro-democracy forces unity talks - Chaibva
    • Primacy of internal factors in Zimbabwe's transformation
  59. Batch 3 Posted 24/8/06
    • Chinamasa invokes spirits as he fights possible jail
    • Supermarket prices, Harare northern suburb new Z$
    • Zupco graft saga takes a new twist
    • BAZ risks contempt of parliament charges
    • This is so very sad
    • Defence lawyers give AG's office ultimatum
    • Fuel importers defy govt price directive
    • Zim needs US$3bn to revamp energy capacity
    • What didn't happen in Maseru
    • Tsvangirai quietly slips out for US visit
    • To give or not to give new farmers title
    • U-turn over civil service job cuts
    • Stock rush helps Gono build rate hike case
    • Fuel shortage temporary: observers
  60. Batch 2 Posted 24/8/06
    • The Master of Propaganda
    • Mkapa to negotiate exit plan?
    • Nkala promises to spill the beans
    • State torturers named
    • Mutambara goes home
    • Fear - the legacy of Murambatsvina
    • Prepare to be Arrested
    • If we have meaning, we have life
    • Mugabe moves in to luxury mansion
    • US $257 million aid requested
    • Indians pull out of ZISCO deal
    • Police overzealous says AG
    • WOZA assembly honours "Sheroes" and launches MOZA
    • We salute WOZA and MOZA
    • SA jails 'hell for Zims'
    • People's voices condemn SADC
    • Mobilizing from South Africa
    • Mutasa threatens prosecutor
    • ZPF to launch Civil Dialogue
    • The Zimbabwean Letters
  61. Posted 24/8/06
    • Zimbabwe's ills run deep
    • Zimbabwe officials admit severe food deficit
    • Central bank chief cuts short China trip
    • Knocking On Doors in Desperation
    • Zimbabwe's New Currency Takes Off
    • Arrested WOZA children tortured in police custody
    • IBA Voices Concern at Attack on the Law Society of Zimbabwe
    • Feuding in Harare as CIO officers assault policemen
    • Cash crunch fuels petrol shortage
    • Zimbabweans count the cost of currency swap
    • Zimbabwe buys more military jets from China - report
    • Protesters remanded out of custody
    • Koreans to Explore Areas of Possible Co-Operation
    • Zim's labour protests sharp fuel hike
    • Mujuru to Open Migration Support Centre
    • There is progress in Zimbabwe - SADC
    • China: imperfect memory to global impunity
    • JAG Classifieds dated 22 August 2006
    • Open Forum 2006 - revised venue
  62. Posted 23/8/06
    • Mugabe deploys soldiers at garages to enforce new fuel prices
    • Zimbabwe to seize mines that fail to cede 51 percent stake to state
    • Scores besiege central bank begging to exchange their money
    • Harare fails to raise entry fees for Miss World contest
    • Protesters to appear in court
    • New money, same old problems for hard-pressed Zimbabweans
    • Lack of change blights Zimbabwe currency switch
    • Zimbabwe splashes on new Chinese military aircraft
    • Arrested WOZA members facing 5 years or Z$50million fine
    • Zupco chief jailed for corruption while Chombo looks set to wal
    • Zimbabwe and myth of the 'international community'
    • Not a united opposition, but managing army is the challenge
    • Mbeki urged to take tougher stance against Mugabe
    • Blowing your last million on Scotch
    • Some Private Schools Double Fees
    • Ministry Should Probe Acceptance Fee Deposits
    • Raw Sewage Flows Into Town's Main Water Source
    • Mugabe delays signing investor law
    • SA continues efforts over Zim protection
    • Carry on Chingoka
    • Service Stations Continue to Sell Fuel At Old Prices
  63. Posted 22/8/06
    • Zimbabwe banks cope with currency switch but individuals lose out
    • Al Jazeera sets up base in Harare
    • Only 13 women protesters released
    • Church donates food, clothing to Zimbabwean refugees
    • Zimbabwe police arrest 200 for marching against monetary reforms
    • Zimbabwe villagers storm banks ahead of currency deadline
    • Shaky start to new currency
    • Chaos as Zim makes currency switch
    • Frenzied offensive to get leaders to mediate in Zimbabwe's festering impasse
    • South Africa Fails Zimbabwe
    • SA, Zim launch migration office at border
    • Fuel Prices - Filling Stations Defiant
    • SA bid to shield assets in Zi
    • Gono off to China as chaos engulfs currency reforms
    • Zimbabwe: a revolution postponed
    • Text of letter to GONO form WOZA MOYA
    • Illegal Gold Miners Invade Cemetery
    • Let my people go
  64. Batch 2 Posted 21/8/06
    • Zimbabwe sucked into bureaucratic quagmire
    • Africa's destructive deception
    • Zimbabwe's ruin: How not to run an economy
    • Hijacked by Mugabe's Thugs
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 19th August 2006
    • SADC says there is 'progress' in Zimbabwe
    • HIV/Aids scourge to spread if Mugabe doesn't change - Rights Group
    • WOZA members to be tried under POSA today
    • SADC recommits to common currency
  65. Posted 21/8/06
    • Zimbabwe shoppers scramble as cash deadline nears
    • Zimbabweans must shape own destiny
    • 26 families evicted for drumming support for anti-Mugabe protests
    • Mugabe leaves SADC summit in a huff
    • Fury as Mugabe let off the hook again
    • Zimabwe's new banknotes a nightmare for visually-impaired: Report
    • Zim Reflections
    • Zimbabwe to repatriate `stray` SA soldiers
  66. Batch 2 Posted 20/8/06
    • Chaos as currency deadline dawns
    • Mugabe's guards shun condoms
    • Mutambara courts home area support
    • I'm under siege, says prosecutor
    • 'Operation Maguta' soldiers terrorise villagers in Lupane
    • No need for Mkapa mission - UK envoy
    • Masvingo rejects 'Garikai' plans
    • Dead squirrel for VP Joice Mujuru
    • Matabeleland hit by maize shortage
    • UN predicts grim times ahead for Zimbabwe
    • A month in the dark, residents revolt
    • Cabora Bassa to Zesa rescue
    • Poor prospects for tobacco
    • High metal prices boon for RioZim
    • Property, forex price jump anticipated
    • Hollow promises that mock education
    • SA trip, no walk in the park
    • Can Gono's currency reforms be challenged in court?
    • Land tragedies that must be resolved in Zimbabwe
    • Zim Standard Letters
    • New bills spark panic-buying
    • Hands off lawyers association, regional centre tells Zim government
    • Gono at wit's end; or is he a closet Mugabe wannabe?
  67. Posted 20/8/06
    • Healthcare collapses under Mugabe
    • Zimbabwe's new currency raises gridlock fears at banks
    • Banks to Shut Down for Normal Transactions
    • Zimbabweans rush to spend before currency changes
    • Thanks Sister
    • Mugabe's minister of justice accused of bribing a witness
    • AG's Office declines to prosecute Muchabaiwa
    • Zimbabwe and oil-rich Equatorial Guinea - what's going on?
    • Milk Production to Decline - Dairibord
    • Release of trade unionists followed by arrest
    • Missing the point
    • ZCTF REPORT 18th Aug 2006
  68. Batch 3 Posted 19/8/06
    • Zimbabwe fuel firms turn off pumps over prices
    • Civic groups slam SADC leaders' 'business as usual' approach on Zimbabwe
    • Soldier threatens to shoot top police officer over love affair
    • Mugabe defends position as Sadc summit closes
    • Much ado about money
    • Zimbabwe's Justice Minister Testifies in Bribery Trial
    • Lease deal to boost productivity in Zim
    • Severe shortages put the country on the brink of chaos
    • Air Zim in a flap as creditors threaten plane takeovers
    • Daily power cuts create health hazard and increase robberies in Mashonaland West
    • Currency chaos intensifies with debit cards suspended and ATMs offline
    • "We Want to Show All Is Not Well in Zimbabwe" - SADC Protestors
    • Chinamasa holding out for justice in Zimbabwe
    • The anatomy of the Zimbabwean problem
    • Zimbabwe maize stuck at border over contracts
    • David Coltart re SW Radio excerpt - Unity
    • Bubble burst looming on stock exchange as stocks run riot
    • Descend On Fake Licence Holders
    • Michael Hartnack
    • Artists Rap Govt
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 17 August 2006
  69. Batch 2 Posted 19/8/06
    • RBZ deadline causes turmoil
    • Chidyausiku won't act on Mutasa case
    • Gono can't make it as president
    • Consumers feel pinch of new prices
    • Gono rejects bid to halt currency reform
    • ...as new turf opens in Zanu PF power struggle
    • Operation Sunrise cars gobble $1,3 trillion
    • Mugabe loses grip on Sadc
    • Mudenda threatens to sue over hunting concession
    • Pius Ncube scoffs at overtures to church leaders
    • Architects want dept probed
    • CIO quells war veterans clash
    • Imports cushion food deficit
    • Mugabe rejects Murerwa's $250 000 bearer cheque
    • Govt, Russia on verge of aircraft, telecoms deals
    • Youths force-march Mbare residents to Heroes Acre
    • RBZ sells US$39m Old Mutual shares to settle loan
    • Confusion reigns on currency reforms' impact on shares
    • Civil society threatened by political 'incest'
    • Forget the fiscal policies, it's the politics stupid!
    • Mugabe lunges at scapegoats to divert attention
    • How Mujuru anointed self kingmaker
    • Graft linked to state policies
    • It's recovery not growth!
    • Fallen heroes must be turning
    • Recovery will be long and slow
    • The biggest story that failed to fly
    • Zim Independent Letters
  70. Batch 1 Posted 19/8/06
    • SADC to grill Mugabe
    • Police raid MP Gwachiwa's farm
    • Roadblock nets heroes' widows
    • MDC factions in talks: Mutambara
    • Visiting professor fails to 'look East'
    • More wheat shortages seen
    • Bail for Chibhebhe
    • Beleaguered Chombo passes the buck
    • Nkomo fraud case for Supreme Court
    • HCC misses production target
    • Cancer scare over Chinese toothpaste
    • Gono warns of fresh rise in statutory reserves
    • Makwavarara spoiling for fight with audit committee
    • Foreign investor strikes exploration deal with local mining company
    • Tobacco sales up 25%
    • Patriotism, my foot!
    • Heroes' Day stripped of deserved solemnity
    • The militarisation of African politics
    • Jonathan Moyo motivated by malice and self-interest
    • Mugabe must convert Gono's firefighting into a total solution
    • Bite the bullet!
  71. Posted 18/8/06
    • Zim hikes fuel price by 1 300%
    • Zimbabwe labour union to take bull by the horns
    • Mugabe must bite the bullet and reverse land reforms
    • Civic groups to petition UN on Zimbabwe crisis
    • MDC official attacks Mbeki's new "hands off" approach on Zimbabwe
    • Mugabe to brief SADC leaders on Zimbabwe crisis
    • Zimbabwe not on SADC heads of state agenda
    • Harare Launches Investigation into Maize Crisis
    • MDC: Zim collapse affecting SA economic growth
    • Zimbabweans scramble to get rid of old currency
    • Government owes millions for maize as supplies run out
    • Special session on Zimbabwe, Swaziland at African summit
    • Organized Crime in Zimbabwe
    • Gono accuses banks of sabotaging currency reforms
    • From new farmers to squatters
  72. Batch 2 Posted 17/8/06
    • History will judge us on Zimbabwe
    • Al Jazeera International announces setting up of Harare bureau
    • Where a basketful of groceries costs a bucketful of cash
    • No beggars banquet
    • Women of Zimbabwe Arise Assembly
    • Man charged with 'insulting' Mugabe
    • Anti Union repression is back in Zimbabwe
    • Zambia 'ready' to sell maize reserves to neighbours
    • GCN wins first ever UN award
    • Protect us and not criminals, failed Zim asylum seekers tell Blair
    • MDC slams financial failure
    • Zims agree on Home Office meeting
    • Partying for a cause
    • Mugabe rages over 'New Look' Zanu doc
    • Agreement on mass action
    • Will they have the guts?
    • Graffiti plasters official Heroes' Day route
    • Holland takes charge of Harare
    • The Zimbabwean Letters 17-08-06
    • JAG Classifieds dated 16 August 2006
  73. Posted 17/8/06
    • Fake money hits Harare
    • Relief agencies seek US$250 million to save lives in Zimbabwe
    • COSATU demands release of Zimbabwe labour leader
    • Police raid farm of ZANU PF legislator accused of sleeping with the enemy
    • Zimbabwean woman dies in suspected ritual killing in Jo'burg
    • Passing parade in Havana, Harare
    • How 5m expatriates, head hunters, bricks and bum bags are challenging economic theory
    • Presidents open African cross-border park
    • China's rise leaves West wondering
    • Zim cash crisis raises tensions
    • WOZA Assembly resolves to continue protests & to create male wing
    • 'Canada cannot waver on principles'-MDC
    • Zimbabwe law society under attack
    • Interview Part 6: Madhuku, Prof Ncube and Biti
    • Fighting for Gay Rights in Zimbabwe
    • MDC Reconciliation strategic planning
    • Zimbabwe's Money Crunch
    • Zimbabwe Remembers Its Heroes
    • Bulawayo faces food shortages
    • UN predicts grim six months for Zimbabwe
  74. Batch 2 Posted 16/8/06
    • Bank deadline lines highways with money
    • Millers Blame Zimbabwe State Grain Monopoly For Mealie-Meal Shortage
    • Health disaster looms at Operation Garikai scheme
    • "Insensitive" Mugabe Gets Luxury Mansion
    • Zimbabwe Reins in Runaway Currency
    • Brain Drain Gathers Pace
    • Zimbabwean Civic Activists Lobby Southern African Summit in Lesotho
    • Funeral parlours under probe
    • Shops reject old bearer cheques
    • Zimbabwe pledges to modernize defense forces
    • Zimbabwe needs a new breed of heroes and sheroes
    • Mugabe the African Castro
  75. Posted 16/8/06
    • Mugabe says army will "pull trigger" on opponents
    • Divisions rock Zimbabwe church leaders
    • Zimbabwe police officers not allowed to go home
    • 12 million children in sub-Saharan Africa have lost parents to AIDS: report
    • Regional leaders to open new border post
    • Zim thriving thanks to Asia, says Mugabe
    • Police ban visits to ailing MDC activist
  76. Batch 2 Posted 15/8/06
    • Mugabe admits land-grab failure
    • Zimbabwe foreign minister allowed into Canada despite travel ban
    • Mugabe Issues Veiled Criticism of Botswana Before Regional Summit
    • Call for corruption probe at SA border
    • Facing FX Deadline, Zimbabwe Banks Open Seven Days a Week
    • All-night vigil and Downing Street demo for failed Zimbabwean asylum seekers
    • Studio 7 broadcasts suffer from continued jamming
    • Protecting Zimbabwe's Most Vulnerable
    • Billions Smuggled in Trains
    • A 15-Year-Old's Story of Prostitution
    • Man nabbed for insulting Mugabe
  77. Posted 15/8/06
    • Zimbabwe runs out of maize-meal
    • Hard-pressed Zimbabweans find solace in marijuana and kachasu
    • Mugabe tells new black farmers to shape up or ship out
    • No more free rides for Zimbabwean police
    • Mugabe buys luxury cars for police: report
    • Mugabe warns against unrest
    • Mugabe lashes out at corruption
    • Lauded abroad, despised at home
    • The hungry millionaires
    • Mugabe ignores bread and butter issues during Heroes day speech
    • Zimbabwe business is ever more beholden to state
    • 63 women testify individually as WOZA appears in court
    • MDC MP. Gwetu And Four Others Arrested
    • Cheap money don't pay
    • Zimbabwean delegation to home office
    • Heroes must be turning in their graves as nation remembers
    • CIO runs down Chitambo farm - once one of Zimbabwe's best
    • Adamu gets lawmakers' backing to allocate lands to Zimbabweans
    • A country crawling with crooks: or are sh.scared cowards?
  78. Posted 14/8/06
    • Mugabe pampers security forces amid rising public discontent
    • Zimbabwe crisis threatens to throw SADC targets off rails
    • Zim cash smugglers build bridges across river
    • When a life of hell is better than home
    • SA police seize hijacked cars from top Zim officials
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 12th August 2006
    • Bill Watch 40/2006
    • UN raises $144m for humanitarian projects in Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe tourism authority issues ultimatum to operators
  79. Posted 13/8/06
    • Purple Paper
    • The Harry Houdini of Politics
    • State gives white farmers strict deadline
    • Zim Association appeals for calm as lawyers seek to appeal asylum ruling
    • Two arrested over Gono farm arson
    • Cash barons conquer Limpopo to Zim
    • Security around Gono beefed up
    • Chinese aircraft deal irks Mugabe
    • 'Self -interest' blights prospects for 'alliance'
    • Workers complain of Zanu PF 'extortion'
    • ZBH licence inspectors beaten up
    • Newsnet bulletin disrupted
    • MDC queries silence on RDC elections
    • Farm evictions threaten minister's support base
    • Troubled FNBS escapes liquidation
    • David Whitehead in US$3.1 million capital injection plea
    • No end in sight to Zesa power woes
    • Firms putting profits before safety
    • Zambian villagers compete with jumbos for food
    • Comment
    • Gono - no more 'Mr Nice Guy'
    • True liberation war heroes betrayed
    • Sovereignty is not enough for a starving population
    • Evidence of the cost of destroying property rights
    • Zim Standard Letters
  80. Posted 12/8/06
    • Harare beefs up security around bank governor
    • Zimbabwe to open up energy sector to private players
    • An upside-down economy
    • Zimbabwe Pensioner Support Fund - Appeal for assistance
    • Zimbabweans need to fight the 'inflation dragon'
    • Rates may rise in inflation-hit Zimbabwe
    • RBZ Stuns Illegal Forex Dealers
    • Zambia's cross-border traders with Zimbabwe cry foul
    • A2 settlers steal a billion Zim dollars at knife point at Mkwasine Estate
    • Zanu (PF) infighting escalates to new heights
    • Police burn blankets and legal documents of Zimbabweans in S.A.
    • New currency damning song on cards
    • Commission requests extension of deadline
  81. Batch 3 Posted 11/8/06
    • Shoppers go wild to beat currency change
    • Food Security Warning
    • 36-Strong Korean Business Delegation to Visit Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe, Korea in a medicines deal
    • CA Resolutions
    • Gono has entered presidential race
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 10 August 2006
    • Arrival of partners or predators?
  82. Batch 2 Posted 11/8/06
    • 'Mutasa assaulted policeman'
    • Corruption claims enter succession race
    • Makwavarara to pay for her profligacy
    • Gono unconvincing on NEDPP gains
    • Zupco saga: accused demand proof of Shah?s immunity
    • MDC urges Sadc to tackle Zim crisis
    • Byo dealers beat Gono at his game
    • Dell says US itching for 'regime restoration'
    • Government move on Bippas rekindles hope
    • Soldiers nabbed
    • Banks struggle with systems
    • When a dividend is not a 'dividend'
    • Bidders dodge 181-day treasury bills
    • Banks slash minimum lending rates
    • 'New policy could be panacea for gold sector'
    • ZTA sees 35% surge in tourist arrivals
    • Christian Alliance condemns harassment of leaders
    • Rural folk in darkness over new currency
    • Mugabe needs asylum instead
    • Zanu PF legitimacy crisis rekindled
    • Arrest of church leaders proof end of dictatorship is nigh
    • Two wrongs don't make a right
    • Fatal corruption
    • Gono's best can only be a Pyrrhic victory
    • What it means now that zeros are gone
    • Talk of hoarding and economic sabotage
    • Zim Independent Letters
  83. Posted 11/8/06
    • Zimbabwe police officer dies after torture
    • Heroes Day: when liberators turn into blood sucking vampires
    • Fuel queues back in Zimbabwe
    • Coal shortage grounds power generation in Zimbabwe
    • Harare withdraws corrupt police officers from border posts
    • 100 protest against harassment of Zimbabweans
    • Zimbabwe needs a new type of hero
    • Zimbabwe Cash Seizures to Be Challenged in Courts
    • Setback in cash seizure legal challenge after applicant withdraws
    • Travellers use rail to avoid roadblocks and doubled bus fares
    • Mutasa threatens prosecutor, paper
    • Australian team to visit Zimbabwe
    • HIV therapy drugs reach one in five - study
    • Meeting on Way Forward for Zimbabwean Asylum Seekers
  84. Batch 3 Posted 10/8/06
    • Chombo sucked into bribes saga
    • Military police hunt down 'terror' soldiers
    • Court challenge for cash crackdown
    • CBZ swoops on Beverley
    • Probe into ZANU PF firms widens
    • Cash riots feared
    • Menu offends Mugabe
    • Matonga remanded
    • Non-resident governors still get allowances
    • Zanu PF Politburo to probe Jongwe Printers
    • Chinamasa trial postponed as power failure hits Rusape
    • Wrong art of war could cost RBZ
    • Natfoods sits on 3 850 tons wheat
    • Agribank hands $40 bln to govt
    • Search for new AirZim boss narrows to 5
    • Highlights of the 2006 Finance Bill
    • Respite for Zesa
    • High Court nullifies Muchero suspension
    • Tel One reaps US$10 mln from agriculture
    • Zim slips in Coca-Cola rankings
    • IT will not meet currency deadline switch: experts
    • New CZI boss seeks bigger role
    • Leaders ought to walk the talk
    • African Americans and the heroes of Africa's liberation
    • Gono's fight to bell the fat cats threatened
    • The only way out
    • FinGaz Letters
  85. Batch 2 Posted 10/8/06
    • Tough Times for Tsvangirai
    • ZNCC to Discuss Power Shortage
    • Central Bank Needs to Address Fate of Existing Notes, Coins
    • Mugabe sits backs as his opponents squabble amongst themselves
    • Will Mugabe reward vicious spin-doctor?
    • Why are we importing fertilizer?
    • The once beautiful Book Fair sculpture park now resembles a car park
    • The 'naked' truth
    • Gono in serious trouble
    • Govt imports useless fertilizer
    • Decline in state brutality - Forum
  86. Posted 10/8/06
    • Malnutrition claims more lives in Zimbabwe city
    • Zimbabwe inflation fall no reason to celebrate yet
    • Blitz against money changers sinks to new depths of depravity
    • Mugabe says he is fit enough to box
    • Law society says money seizures a violation of human rights
    • Zimbabwe inflation tumbles to 993.6 percent
    • Police grill Zimbabwe labour leader
    • Banks' appeals against liquidation dismissed
    • Central bank crackdown triggers fresh wave of fare increases
    • Zimbabwe seizes millions in anti-graft campaign
    • Post-devaluation price freeze order ignored
    • Hot Seat: Biti, Ncube & Madhuku teleconference (PART 5)
    • Zimbabweans suffer cash chaos
    • No going back
    • Power Imports Hopes Dashed
    • FEWS Zimbabwe Food Security Update Jul 2006
    • Zimbabwean, Chinese companies partner to mine chrome in Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe Justice Minister's Trial Finally Under Way
    • Chinamasa trial abruptly halted by power cut
    • Entrenched Corruption And The Challenge To Democratic Accountability
    • Sikhala, Chimbaira held over Chitungwiza protests
    • Mujuru's presence at SA Women's Day criticised as a dishonour
    • Intern Doctors' Certificates Withheld Over Strike
    • Mayor Accused of Misusing Fuel
  87. Posted 9/8/06
    • Mugabe Plays Hide and Seek
    • Zim currency causes accounting crisis
    • Zim fuel retailers hike prices up 50 percent
    • Cash Crackdown Fuels Succession Fight in Zanu (PF)
    • SA's treatment of Zim migrants called into question
    • Tourism Revival Plans At 'Standstill'
    • Police Pounce On Robbers' Syndicate in Beitbridge
    • Fertilizer Shortage Looms
    • Crackdown continues as police interrogate ZCTU officials
    • Mystery deepens over Mugabe's whereabouts
    • Tsvangirai's message to the people of Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe justice minister tried
    • SA fights foot-and-mouth outbreak near Kruger park
    • RBZ Blitz Nets Senior Police Officers
    • $24 Million Goes Missing From Council
    • JAG Classifieds dated 8 August 2006
    • Harare Finance Panel Critical of Central Bank's Forex Overhaul
    • Gono blasts money transfer agencies
  88. Batch 2 Posted 8/8/06
    • Army enforces new monetary policy
    • Zimbabwe, Subtracting Zeros, Adds to Discontent
    • Zimbabwe: Shadows And Lies
    • Zimbabwe to buy 250 conventional buses from China
    • Zimbabwe: A prelude to genocide the world continues to ignore
    • Zimbabwe: when politicians employ judges
    • MISA Remains Unshaken in its Mission and Vision in Zimbabwe
    • State Gazettes Finance Bill 2006
    • Will Mugabe Reward "Venomous" Mouthpiece?
    • Outrage at Zimbabwe Prison Squalor
    • Opposition in Disarray
    • RBZ Blitz - 2 036 Nabbed
    • Chombo's Mutare election call vetoed
    • Saraki - We'll Sustain Agric Revolution
    • Senior Cop Accused of Receiving Bribe
    • JAG Open Letter Forum No 436
  89. Posted 8/8/06
    • Zimbabwe to sign US$500 million plane deal with Russia
    • Collapse of WTO tariff talks bodes ill for Zimbabwe farmers
    • New money gives birth to new set of problems for Zimbabweans
    • Bulawayo pressure group officials arrested
    • Zimbabwe central bank chief halts seizure of cash
    • Zimbabweans shop as currency exchange deadline looms
    • Zimbabwe bus crash kills 33, injures over 20
    • Mugabe regime feels pressure of a united coalition
    • Christian Alliance leaders released without charge
    • Pollution in Zimbabwean capital city exceeds WHO standards
    • Mugabe's trip shrouded in mystery
    • Zimbabwe imposes two-week price freeze
    • Gono hunted by armed gang - paper
    • Threats against Gono slated
    • Harare handshake opens doors
    • Land dispute goes to court
    • Zimbabwe poachers 'kill 9 black rhinos'
    • Project Sunrise or Sunset?
    • Zimbabwe in Dire Straits
    • Magistrate says Minister Chombo has corruption case to answer
  90. Batch 2 Posted 7/8/06
    • Mugabe blocks farm seizures in bitter succession war
    • Zimbabwe bank governor's maize crop burnt
    • MDC faction elects former white farmer as mayoral candidate
    • Stand for gays destroyed at Harare book fair
    • Two Harare residents win US$2 000 in peace marathon
    • Zimbabwe book fair tells sorry political tale
    • Zimbabwe freezes price hikes
    • Daggers out for Gono
    • Grow up, Gono tells Zimbabwe's former freedom fighters
    • Zimbabwe's 'cosmetic' cash reforms rapped
    • Zimbabwe's future looks bright, says businessman
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary - 5th August 2006
    • Zimbabweans in the UK call for political action against tribunal asylum ruling
  91. Batch 1 Posted 7/8/06
    • Soldiers, militia on the rampage
    • Clergymen arrested,quizzed over 'new party'
    • Police service anti-riot gear
    • Award of Parliament building contract raises eyebrows
    • Police arrest Grace Mugabe's managers
    • Chombo reappoints Mutare commission
    • High Court ruling, a blow for Mbare poor
    • Villagers become innovative to stave hunger
    • Doctors turn away PSMAS members
    • Energy policies strangle Zesa
    • RBZ committee to determine exchange rate
    • Murerwa slams price distortions
    • Share prices surge as interest rates drop
    • Gono fails to tame inflation monster
    • Reaping where it did not sow
    • Bungling sends Zimbabwe again headed for a poor agricultural season
    • Much ado about (zero) nothing
    • Drastic steps must be taken to revive the ZIBF
    • Africa's challenges to deliver on the MDGs
    • Zim Standard Letters
  92. Posted 6/8/06
    • Harare Arrests Four Top Figures In Christian Alliance Activist Group
    • Top Zimbabwe Ruling Party Legislator Urges Restraint In FX Overhaul
    • When good money goes bad
    • New role for canny Tanzanian politician
    • Gono lives up to top billing; sound, fury signify little
    • CIO operative secretly awarded bail
    • Recreation park slowly disappearing
    • Grinding poverty in Zimbabwe's former sunshine City, Harare
    • Zimbabwe can use the grace of intervention
    • Pimply Faced Youths
  93. Posted 5/8/06
    • Short-changed Mozambicans vent anger at Mugabe's spokesman
    • Harare bans selling of bulk grains to fix money changers
    • State-owned bus firm boss convicted of corruption
    • State drops charges against Zimbabwe protesters
    • Tsvangirai MDC dismiss reports of new rainbow political party
    • Youth militia and police strip women to search for currency
    • Survival after Operation Murambatsvina
    • The facade of the Zimbabwe crisis
    • Last independent voice stilled
    • Zimbabwe Dismisses Human Rights Watch Report on HIV/AIDS
    • Fear, anger and dashed hopes
    • ZERC Urges Private Sector To Invest In Power Generation
    • Police crackdown on "money hoarders"
    • Africa looks east for economic, political salvation
    • Sound of sanity in a mad season
    • At the UN, Disinterest in Zimbabwe, Secrecy on Chechnya, Congo Polyanna and Ineptitude on Somalia
    • Economists: Political Solution Only Way to Save Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe seal series win over Bangladesh
    • Zimbabwe Humanitarian Situation Report Issue no. 9, Jul 2006
    • Low tariffs cripple Zimbabwe power utility
    • Tsvangirai to address star rally in Kadoma this weekend
    • Zanu PF, Chinamasa, are above the law
    • JAG Job Opportunities dated 3 August 2006
  94. Batch 2 Posted 4/8/06
    • Gono's moves stir Zanu PF dogfight
    • Opposition parties mull coalition
    • Gono's Murambatsvina gobbles $1 trillion
    • Human rights abused in currency searches
    • Chideya hearing to expose Makwavarara
    • Mutasa faces intimidation, violence charges
    • CZI delegates take Murerwa to task
    • 'SA deportations don't address root of crisis'
    • MP Langa's trial adjourned
    • Fresh crisis grips banks
    • Govt,Nssa may fail Finhold rights issue
    • Much ado but not that much a-done
    • Cost of living surges to $75 million
    • Lopping zeros no signal of change in economic policies
    • Banks shouldn't bask in temporary reprieve
    • Rebasing dollar seen stoking inflation
    • New FCA retention facility injects new lease of life into industry
    • Currency reform: govt's admission of failure
    • Gono skirts the core crisis: it's politics stupid!
    • No respite as yet for mortgage lenders
    • Market won't be fooled, says Ncube
    • Gono still missing the point
    • Leaving all to Gono won't bring sunrise
    • What happens when a paper currency fails
    • SA, Botswana to blame for Zim immigrant crisis
    • Dislodging this regime is the challenge
    • Scared of removing real zeros
    • 'Send them 000ff' too!
    • We need more such brave young men
    • Fiscal policy review another damp squib
    • Comment
    • Collaborators on highway to hell
  95. Posted 4/8/06
    • Zimbabwe central bank chief defends printing of money
    • Central bank embarks on new currency education campaign
    • Protesters want UN to act on Zimbabwe report
    • Latest Currency Move Increases Chaos
    • New currency already in short supply as Zimbabweans convert, convert, convert
    • Moves To Cut 21-Day Changeover Period
    • Security Minister Mutasa accused of intimidating magistrates in Chinamasa case
    • Retired magistrate takes over Chinamasa trial
    • Entrenched Corruption Undercuts Democratic Development in Transitional Countries
    • Mkapa must deliver us from shadow of fist
    • British politicians wary of deporting Zimbabweans home
    • MDC election expert deported by immigration authorities
    • Currency, tariffs stunt Zimbabwe mobile firms
    • 'CSC Privatisation Not So Soon'
    • 20 Countries Expected For Malaria Conference
    • Molebatsi unrepentent on Zim remarks
  96. Batch 3 Posted 3/8/06
    • Assault on judiciary
    • Hundreds of billions confiscated in blitz
    • Soldier in trouble over Mutare arms
    • MDC's Whitehead deported
    • Gata bows out of Zesa
    • Few incidents as currency switch takes effect
    • Dual listed firms under probe for 'externalisation'
    • Businesspeople act like battered wives
    • Rate cut sparks ZSE orgy
    • Kenya acts to curb govt officials' greed
    • ZANU PF shaken by 'Unity Accord'
    • Project Sunset: the $2.5billion myth
    • Zim move would set Econet back 10 years'
    • Dunlop to get lifeline from distress fund
    • Fiscal, monetary policy implemantation challenges
    • WFP forks out US$31.4m for Zim food aid
    • New farmers benefit from $7bln ReNaissance grant
    • New Concession mine produces world's second hardest mineral
    • Unity Accord, Leadership Code revisited
    • Yes, that's what I call action Mr Governor
    • Zimbabwe and the American Indian dance!
    • Mugabe's musical chairs to blame
    • Tail wagging the dog!
    • FinGaz Letters
  97. Batch 2 Posted 3/8/06
    • Mugabe: Why Africa applauds him
    • Why do we keep using a policy that helps dictators?
    • Zimbabwe..... Is there a plan, a hope, a future??
    • China steps up Africa deals 'to gain influence'
    • JAG Fund Raiser Communique dated 2 August 2006
    • Britain's bid to deport MDC supporters a shame
    • How should we behave in the face of suffering?
    • I had a farm in Africa
    • Letter from America 3-08-06
    • New bearer cheques spark confusion
    • Mugabe's office blows Z$4 trillion in 6 months
    • Morgan pleads for unity
    • Govt increases taxes by 500%
    • CIO gets Z$11 trillion to spy on 10 million people
    • The Zimbabwean Letters
  98. Posted 3/8/06
    • Harare seizes Z$100 billion at border posts
    • Sun sets for Zimbabwe's daring breed of entrepreneurs
    • Zimbabwe says failed asylum seekers welcome to return home
    • Only 4 Zimbabweans take up foreign currency bonds
    • Harare weaves fresh plan for agriculture
    • Judgment reserved in judge's defamation suit
    • Rates on illegal forex parallel market shoot up
    • Tsvangirai's MDC says slashing zeroes is what all failed regimes do
    • Zimbabwe c.bank vows unrelenting war on FX black market
    • Farmers Feeding Grain Black Market
    • 'Fear' forces Zim court to drop charges against minister
    • Police & RBZ teams using new monetary policy to raid businesses and individuals
    • Enforced deportations to Zimbabwe to resume
    • People's voices at the save Zimbabwe convention
    • Chinese political schools for Zimbabwe
    • Wild Fire Destroys Timber Worth $1,5 Trillion
    • U.N. condemns virgin rape in Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabweans to demonstrate at UN offices in Pretoria
    • RBZ Tightens Screws
    • The weight of money
  99. Batch 2 Posted 2/8/06
    • Devalued currency fuels run on banks
    • D-Day for Zimbabwe asylum seekers
    • Zanu-PF to set up political school: Manyika
    • Supermarkets still to adjust prices
    • Widespread Confusion As Zimbabwe Rolls Out New Currency Scheme
    • Corruption's drag on democratic states
    • Govt spending may wreck Zimbabwe central rescue plan
    • Humanitarian Christian Alliance Gains Influence In Zimbabwe Politics
    • New Zealand compensated for cancelled Zimbabwe tour
    • In praise of...Thomas Mapfumo
    • JAG Open Letter Forum No 435
    • JAG Classifieds dated 1 August 2006
  100. Posted 2/8/06
    • New currency baffles Zimbabweans
    • Opposition says Mugabe is the zero that must go
    • South Africa blames Zimbabweans for rising crime
    • Judge's defamation lawsuit hearing enters second day
    • City council says government-built houses are substandard
    • ICC sees nothing wrong with Harare poking its fingers in local game
    • Complete Pandemonium
    • MDC (Mutambara) Response to RBZ Monetary Policy
    • MDC (Tvangirai) Response to RBZ Monetary Policy
    • Panic As Many Rush to Beat 21-Day Deadline
    • Govt spending may wreck Zimbabwe c.bank rescue plan
    • Electoral Court Nullified - Full Text Of Justice Malaba's Judgment
    • New coalition to challenge ruling party
    • Rival Zimbabwe Opposition Factions Take Step Towards Unity
    • China, Zimbabwe to strengthen military ties
    • Zimbabwe scraps system of guaranteed prices for gold
    • Transcript of SW Radio Africa's Programme 'Hotseat', the 4th part of the discussion
    • South African police use rubber bullets against Zimbabweans
    • Fuel Subsidies For A2 Farmers Removed
    • Zanu PF must stop taking rural folks for a ride
    • Budiriro residents call for removal of Mugabe and illegal Harare Commission
    • ZESA cheating customers by estimating bills
    • Youth militia harassing travellers and stealing money at border posts
    • JAG Open Letter Forum No 434
  101. Posted 1/8/06
    • Zimbabwe devalues, redenominates currency
    • Harare deploys youth militia at border posts
    • Central bank reforms not enough
    • Khuluma! Zimbabwean refugees told
    • Displaced families, security guards join hands to loot building equipment
    • Mugabe's Chosen Mediator Criticised
    • Mugabe fries small fish as a warning to ambitious grafters
    • How now Gono's political ambitions; Monday cold be Gideon's day
    • Bill for monitoring e-mail and mobile phone calls submitted to parliament
    • Land Bill Presented In House
    • Cross-Border Traders Enjoy New Lease Of Life
    • Zimbabweans Annoy Botswana MPs



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