The ZIMBABWE Situation

February 2012 ARCHIVE

NEWS and Other Articles
  1. Posted 29/2/12
    • Tsvangirai Says 'Unity' Government to Continue
    • PM, Mugabe discuss polls
    • Zim parties must honour pact: SA
    • Posa high on parly agenda
    • Zim Needs New Government To End Crisis
    • Beitbridge prosecutors ‘too scared’ to handle MDC arrests
    • State Blocks Release of Arrested 13 MDC T Officials
    • ZANU PF MP arrested for diverting community funds
    • Clerics pile pressure on Mugabe over reforms ahead of poll
    • Anglican Church Clarifies 'Confusion'
    • Ship Accidents Sever Data Cables Off East Africa
    • Detained farmer released after third weekend in custody
    • CIO officers in court over extortion and kidnapping of ZIFA boss
    • Millions face SABC blackout
    • Zimbabwe Splinter Union Calls Worker Street Protests on Wednesday
    • Indigenisation scheme partisan: Tsvangirai
    • Meeting was academic: Gwisai
    • Mugabe Preaches Non-Violence - But Bashes NGOs
    • Gay Zim man pulls out of international competition
    • WOZA protest for media freedom and fair ZBC licensing fees
    • Former Senior Army Officer Kicked Out Of Bar By CIOs
    • Harare Council Continues to Pump Raw Sewage into Fresh Water Lake
    • Vigil for Paul Chizuze
    • Transcript of Job Sikhala on Question Time: Part 1
    • Transcript of Job Sikhala on Question Time: Part 2
  2. Batch 2 Posted 28/2/12
    • Paul Chizuze - Disappeared
    • Concern for missing human rights activist
    • Mugabe attacks African leaders
    • Zuma Embarks on SADC Tour For Mugabe Final Push
    • Move to disqualify Mugabe denied
    • Gono, Kereke Feud Exposed
    • MDC-T cry foul over arrests of provincial and district officials
    • Chipangano stops delivery of fresh produce into Mbare
    • AG’s wings to be clipped: Mwonzora
    • Chombo’s shocking $130,000 ZESA bill
    • Denmark gives additional 40 million kroner to Zimbabwe
    • Government to probe US$1bln RBZ black-hole
    • Scepticism greets Mujuru’s award of top African prize
    • Two weeks until media reform ultimatum ends
    • ‘HIV/Aids rampant in Zim’s tertiary institutions’
    • Indigenisation impossible - Eddie Cross
    • GNU urged to curtail excessive powers vested in Local government Minister
    • Zimplats given two weeks to hand over 29.5 pct stake
    • Investor boost for RioZim
    • ‘Zim economy shrunk to less than half of Zambia’
    • Zimbabwe’s $100 billion dream
    • People’s Constitution irreversible
    • Zimbabwe Running Out of Time
  3. Posted 28/2/12
    • Mugabe haunted by 2008 poll loss
    • Govt orders eviction of new farmers from Burma Valley
    • Tsvangirai probe takes new twist
    • US$900m capital injection set to end Byo water woes
    • MDC-T activists’ short-lived freedom
    • Corruption dragnet catches small fish
    • Varsity, students on war path over enrolment
    • Journalist’s efforts benefit her community
    • Zimbabwean implats contract worker beaten to death: police
    • RBZ, Time Bank in bitter battle
    • Mugabe still dwells in the past and won’t let go
    • Eating cake while the nation starves
    • Zimbos celebrate national lunacy
    • Partisan policing kills public confidence in ZRP
  4. Posted 27/2/12
    • Mugabe blasts gays, foreigners at birthday bash
    • Mugabe says ready for polls, slams violence
    • MDC officials arrested in Mat South
    • Zanu (PF) youth league attacks corrupt party `chefs`
    • How Chipangano stalled fuel project
    • MDC 99 bays for Mugabe, Chihuri blood
    • Iran funds by $3.5mn joint tractor factory in Zimbabwe
    • Horse-trading over constitution
    • Zimbabwe constitution panel: No clause agreed on age limit to disqualify Mugabe from polls
    • Mugabe’s bid to vie for top seat after clocking 88 puzzling
    • CIO attack Mujuru ally
    • Concerns raised over youth fund vetting
    • Mugabe tells cops : Hands off Morgan
    • Biti cracks whip after customs complaints
    • Fresh problems confront Zou
    • Impala's Zimbabwe platinum unit given 2 weeks to detail handover of 29.5% stake
    • EU ‘economical with truth’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 25th February 2012
    • Bill Watch 7/2012 of 24th February [Parliament to Resume Sitting Tuesday 28th February]
  5. Posted 26/2/12
    • Mugabe's birthday celebrated in Mutare
    • Zimbabwe president, marking his 88th birthday, tells the young to shun Western values, gays
    • Mugabe tells Cameron 'to hell with you' over gay rights
    • Mugabe pushes for early elections
    • Tsvangirai vows to resist early elections
    • Tsvangirai threatens to boycott poll
    • Speaker Wants Corrupt MPs Arrested
    • Search For Chihuri Replacement Has Commenced: Tsvangirai
    • Harare faces litigation over Easypark: Chombo
    • Shamu given 3-week ultimatum to reconstitute
    • PM: give shares to Marange villagers
    • Chiefs demand board places in mines
    • Masvingo Residents Give Governor 96 Hours Ultimatum To Reverse NGO Ban
    • Mugabe a pain: PM
    • Farm invaders face arrest
    • Seventy percent unbanked
    • President Mugabe’s ‘ambiguous revolution by political default’ — by Takura Zhangazha
    • Join the dots
    • Can the removal of Mugabe materially and morally transform the situation in Zimbabwe?
    • Bill Watch - Parliamentary Committees Series - 24th February 2012 [Meetings Open to Public 27 February-2nd March]
  6. Batch 2 Posted 25/2/12
    • Tsvangirai vows to resist Mugabe poll push
    • ‘Bitter’ Tsvangirai castigates insincere Mugabe
    • Minister: Zimbabwe spends more on foreign trips than education
    • Registrar General’s office shreds IDs of youths registering to vote
    • Police accused of soliciting bribes at roadblocks
    • $2 billion pumped into agriculture but abused by new farmers
    • Joint Peace Rallies A Waste Of Time - Zapu
    • Kunonga bouncers pounce on school
    • Zim puts end to body searches
    • Tension grips city
    • SADC backing for Zuma deals blow to Mugabe
    • Zimbabwe Courts Regional Leaders On Zimbabwe
    • Chihuri Vows To Crush Any Egypt/Libya Style Demos
    • Hardliners want Gono arrested
    • Zimbabwe Turns Up Heat on Foreign Miners
    • 4 million face risk of water borne diseases
    • AIDS levy generates new resources for treatment
    • Zim needs debt relief — Hawkins
    • Child labour on the rise
    • Zim man applauded for championing African gay rights
    • Opening Remarks by Hon. Lovemore N.M Moyo Speaker of the House of Assembly Parliament of Zimbabwe
    • Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s statement to the press
  7. Posted 25/2/12
    • Biti steps up efforts to oust Zimra boss
    • Tsvangirai probe hits brick wall
    • ‘PM to tackle crucial reforms before polls’
    • Coltart blasts foreign trips
    • Battle for new constitution intensfies
    • MDC-T reins in Byo’s warring councillors
    • Anti-West stance damages economy
    • Transparency: ‘Missing link in the economy’
    • Zim’s economic recovery under threat
    • NSSA: Looking at the bigger picture
    • Glenara Estates listed for land redistribution
    • National Railways of Zimbabwe to restructure
    • Muckracker: ‘Harnessing’ the brain drain, for sure
    • Mugabe: Revered, reviled in equal measure
    • Politics derails anti-corruption agenda
    • Fighting democratic regression in Zim
    • Zim: We don’t see any mountain
    • Economic recovery: A long way to go
    • Keeping it at the cutting edge
  8. Posted 24/2/12
    • Zanu-PF rewrites Zim's 'careless' draft constitution
    • Clause locking Mugabe out of polls scrapped
    • MDC Distances Itself From Draft Constitution Rumours
    • Energy Minister insists “chefs” will be disconnected over unpaid bills
    • Air Zimbabwe vanishes from the skies indefinitely
    • Public prosecutor arrested at courts
    • Biti's Predictions A Pie in The Sky: Hawkins
    • Biti hits back at Mugabe
    • Zanu PF Strong-arm Citizens to Attend Its Rallies: ZESN
    • Government urged to prioritise human development goals
    • Mwale remains free 12 years after brutal murders
    • Detained farmer faces third weekend behind bars
    • Teachers Target July For improved Salaries
    • ‘Public Protector’s office invisible’
    • MDC members drag cops to court
    • CDF: MP held, more arrests expected
    • Enemy Number 1: Youth unemployment
    • Hospital defies govt over free TB meds
    • Scandal of the unwanted nurses
    • Mugabe's former teacher claims to be the world's oldest man at 115-years-old (and the secret to his long life is being nice to the dictator!)
    • Only more targeted sanctions will make Mugabe reform
    • Court Watch 3/2012 of 23rd February [Belated Convictions for Political Violence]
  9. Posted 23/2/12
    • Education in Crisis as Mugabe, Tsvangirai Blows Over US $25 million on Globetrotting
    • MDC-T to insist on media reforms before elections
    • Zanu PF Militia Slapped With 10 Year Sentence for Murdering MDC Activists
    • Arrest of MDC-T director blamed on infighting
    • Joseph Mwale part of ‘security’ during PM Chiadzwa tour
    • Zim public ‘paying the price’ of rising corruption
    • Churches and shops forced to close for ZPF rally
    • Open Letter To The Parishes In The Diocese Of Harare(CPCA)
    • ‘Rights commission remains dead’
    • Australia gives $6.7 million for water
    • Tomana determined to sue EU
    • Chinamasa, Mumbengegwi still on EU sanctions list
    • Zim's huge debt very worrying, says UNDP
    • Zim near bottom in new UNDP report
    • 9 months of hell inside Chikurubi prison
    • Zim's Crude Death Rate Declines To 15/1000
    • Mugabe Threatens to Arrest Tsvangirai
    • Crisis Coalition ready for 2012: Watershed year for Zimbabwe
    • House arrest for Chitungwiza town clerk
    • Desperate farmers resort to substitutes
    • Chihuri, Zimondi, Chinese And Parastatals Shower Mugabe With Praise On Birthday
    • Mugabe Says Government Can't Meet Worker Demands
    • Zapu man in trouble over Mugabe bash
    • Hon. Khupe nominated for the African Achievers Award
    • Electricity Supply and Service Delivery
    • Pocock eager to make his mark off the field
    • Ballot Update Consolidated 2011
    • Gyrations of a geriatric: Robert Mugabe at 88
    • History will judge ageing Mugabe as people's oppressor
    • Constitution Watch of 20th February 2012 [Drafting Process Developments]
    • Constitution Watch of 21st February 2012 [COPAC's List of Constitutional Principles]
  10. Posted 22/2/12
    • Mugabe, 88 today, vows to retain his grip on power
    • 'Resurrected' Mugabe: I have beaten Christ
    • Mugabe praises Tsvangirai
    • Diaspora calls for 88 year old Mugabe to go
    • Zuma rubbishes Mugabe
    • COPAC reviews 6 chapters in draft constitution
    • Wage dispute stops resumption of Air Zim flights
    • Top MDC Official Arrested Over 'Assassination Plot'
    • No money to pay civil servants: Mugabe
    • Girls at Zimbabwe school 'attacked by goblins'
    • Another court delay leaves elderly farmer behind bars
    • MDC-T activists finally released
    • Dozens of People Face Eviction From Zimbabwe Farms
    • Mugabe blocks war vets exhumation of Cecil Rhodes grave
    • Zimpapers Talk Radio to go on air ‘end of next month’
    • MDC Inmates relive 9 months in hell
    • Full text of President Mugabe's 88th birthday interview
    • A Bully’s Birthday
    • Mugabe’s Birthday Bash: 21st February 2012
    • Zimbabwe: De-listed Zanu pf loyalists face big dilemma
  11. Posted 21/2/12
    • Mugabe threatens to reject Zuma
    • MDC using reforms to get rid of me — Mugabe
    • President Mugabe still in charge at almost 90
    • Mugabe ups the ante on elections
    • Mugabe will block constitution
    • Mugabe Not Going Anywhere
    • GNU will not be extended: PM
    • Former commercial farmer remains detained
    • Many Zimbabweans set to lose free to air TV channels
    • Draft constitution suspicious' - Moyo
    • ‘Zim's new fees will cripple mines’
    • Implats concerned about Zim statement
    • National Parks slammed for involvement in elephant deaths
    • Diaspora prepares for second Free Zim protest
    • Zesa mum on chefs’ electricity bills
    • China ripping off Zim: Mutambara
    • Zimbabwe: how we aid profligacy
    • Eddie Cross: Are we making Progress?
    • Eddie Cross: Can we do it?
    • Keynote speech by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai at the CEO Africa Roundtable
    • Radio Interview in Australia
    • Bill Watch 5/2012 of 18th February [Parliamentary Update ; No Progress on Implementation of AG's Office Act]
    • Bill Watch 6/2012 of 18th February [Uncertainty over Key Appointments Continues]
  12. Batch 2 Posted 20/2/12
    • Ncube hits back at Mugabe, Tsvangirai
    • 80 families evicted from Mazowe farm
    • Political thuggery enslaves Mbare
    • SA to block access to free-to- air channels
    • Tsvangirai endorses Marange diamonds
    • Zanu PF dismisses sanctions ‘easing’
    • Frogs won’t stop US$300 million investment — Kaseke
    • Masvingo NGO ban stupid — Madhuku
    • Bargain hunters prey on Zim Stock Exchange
    • Diamond firms seeks new concession
    • When custodians steal the purse
    • Sunday View: Banning NGOs is the height of lunacy
    • Zim must seize EU opportunity
    • From the Editor's desk: After the crisis, now the insanity
    • Comment: Chihuri saga snuffs power-sharing illusion
  13. Posted 20/2/12
    • Robert Mugabe promises elections this year
    • Mugabe vows to reject 'flawed' constitution
    • Judge refuses to list farms
    • No Water At Parirenyatwa General Hospital
    • Sanitation crisis puts lives at risk
    • Mugabe rules out Chihuri re-think
    • 19th Feb 2012 17:59 GMT
    • Robert Mugabe birthday plans hit by lack of money
    • Gold Panners Killed in Zanu PF Officials’ Mine
    • Hospitality industry on mend as tourists keep coming
    • Terror gang stalls $1,2m project
    • EU Studying NGOs Information
    • Plan International Response to Radio VOP published Article
    • Land developer slams council for corruption
    • ZCTF Report - February 2012
    • Mugabe’s birthday gifts – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 18th February 2012
  14. Posted 19/2/12
    • Zanu PF ministers loot farming inputs
    • Biti moves to stabilise banking sector outlined
    • Constitution: Parties divided on five issues
    • Indigenisation: Masawara given 14-day ultimatum
    • Muted reaction to lifting of sanctions
    • Essar Africa To End Zim’s Electricity Woes
    • Typhoid, result of govt maladministration: Chamisa
    • Headmaster warned
    • Mineral proceeds for industry revival — CZI
    • Mugabe Must Explain Mbare and Zaka Murders Before Zuma Comes
    • Keeping the pressure on Mugabe
    • 24 carat pigeons
    • Bill Watch - Parliamentary Committees Series - 18th February 2012 [Meetings Open to Public 20-23 February]
  15. Posted 18/2/12
    • Sanctions lifted on Reutenbach, Bredenkamp
    • Mugabe slams EU sanctions
    • Zimbabwe PM urges transparent diamond trade
    • Zimbabwe civic groups dismiss charity groups ban, declaring it a breach of aid laws
    • Zanu (PF) Supports Ban On Food Relief NGOs
    • More NGO bannings feared
    • Don't let up on Mugabe, HRW says
    • Robert Mugabe supporters plan lavish celebrations for 88th birthday
    • Free Zim Global protests on Mugabe’s birthday
    • The 21st Movement - Second Free Zimbabwe Global Protest - Tuesday 21st February 2012
    • Evicted farmer jailed for more than a week
    • Bail for 7 MDC-T’s in Glen View case
    • Deputy Minister Takes Mugabe Insult Case To Supreme Court
    • Zanu (PF) Supporters And War Vets Demand To Exhume Rhodes' Grave
    • Factions want to kick Mugabe out
    • Zimbabweans Object to Special Treatment for Politicians on Utility Payments
    • Zim votes against human rights in Syria
    • Britain, Zim’s all-weather friend — Madzorera
    • Zim customs conduct strip searches
    • WOZA Founders Face Sham Trial
    • Revival of Zim post service
    • 3 yrs on, Zimbabwe unity govt 'still dysfunctional'
    • Will 2012 be the Year of the African Despot, again?
    • Sanctions, the force of persuasion on the undemocratic
  16. Batch 2 Posted 17/2/12
    • Senator Holland's response to defamatory article in The Herald
    • Struggling NetOne seeks strategic partner
    • Divisions derail Zanu PF restructuring
    • SA paper resists Zim registration
    • ‘GPA non-implementation no poll obstacle’
    • Zanu PF fights over gold mine
    • Polls in 2012 a recipe for disaster –– Biti
    • ‘Mutambara factor in GNU disruptive’
    • NSSA acquires majority Afre stake
    • Threat to microfinance institutions
    • 2012 elections or another GNU?
    • MuckRaker: ZBC has taken over the RBC’s mantle
    • Eric Bloch Column: Foreign retail ban: Yet another howler from govt
    • Three years on... ‘GNU still limping’
    • AU threat to Zanu PF’s sinister agenda
    • Indigenous banks: Patriotism versus safety
    • Independent Comment: Reforms key to re-engagement
    • How the GNU has performed
    • Candid Comment: Overregulation, policy see-saws hurt economy
  17. Posted 17/2/12
    • Top African court urged to tackle SADC breach of human rights
    • Ministers and MPs fail to account for constituency funds
    • KP slammed for ‘silence’ over Zim diamond trade
    • Zimbabwe needs diamond money: PM
    • Civic groups dismiss charity groups ban
    • Cabinet fully behind drafting of new constitution
    • Zim Diamond Mining Company To Be Slapped With US Sanctions
    • Mugabe ouster plot: "Heads to roll" - Cde Diesel
    • Mugabe urges foreign firms to join with locals
    • Zimbabwe Denies Human Rights Abuses at Marange Diamond Fields
    • Botswana defense chief denies praising Mugabe
    • Police bar protest march in Mutare
    • NGO’s urged to defy suspension by Masvingo governor
    • NGO Ban To Distribute Food To Hungry Villagers Dismissed
    • Police commission not yet in place
    • Busted: Mugabe's criminal cabal selling diamonds at half price in looting spree
    • Zimbabwe caps local banks' offshore funds due to dlr crunch
    • Diamond Monitors Barred From Zimbabwe Gem Field
    • Chinese Companies Evade Tax
    • Africom bosses court case postponed
    • Air Zimbabwe To Resume Flights
    • Mutasa threatens violence
    • UK – UNICEF Partnership on support to Zimbabwe’s health sector set to expand
    • Minister Biti: Press Statement on Improving Financial Market Liquidity
    • CSO’S joint press statement on the purported ban of NGO’s in Masvingo
    • Zimbabwe's Mugabe: Worst of the worst in the world order
    • Mugabe, Gaddafi and Al-Qaeda
    • Revisiting Zimbabwe’s land reform exercise
    • Police corruption totally out of control
  18. Posted 16/2/12
    • Zimbabwe suspends NGOs as possible election looms
    • Debate on targeted sanctions intensifies ahead of EU meeting
    • EU to trim Mugabe sanctions by a third
    • Zimbabwe minister doubts elections this year
    • Morgan agrees to early polls
    • Why Mugabe's cronies are afraid of removal from sanction list
    • APEX council meets Tsvangirai
    • ZANU PF loyalists exposed as diamond ‘directors’
    • Mugabe ouster plot thickens
    • Court dismisses acquittal application by ‘video watching’ activists
    • SA urged to prosecute Zim officials over crimes against humanity
    • Gono’s New ‘Political Party’
    • British Ambassador Tells Zanu (PF) To Commit To Constitution Drafting
    • Police in violent disruption of WOZA Valentine’s Day demo
    • Zimbabwe's Jan inflation slows to 4.3 pct y/y
    • Zimbabwe tobacco output seen up, but shy of target
    • Can a new constitution end Mugabe’s reign?
    • Democracy at work – in varying degrees
    • Chinese nationals in Zim admit to animal cruelty
    • U.S. awards Self Help grants to Zimbabwean schools and orphans
  19. Posted 15/2/12
    • Zimbabwean diamond field 'run by Robert Mugabe's police chiefs'
    • Global Witness Tells Consumers: Don't Let Mugabe be Your Valentine!
    • WOZA Valentines protest disrupted by police
    • Prime Minister tells civil servants diamonds key to better salaries
    • ZANU PF at war with itself over new constitution
    • Zanu PF officials in Mugabe ouster plot
    • Zimbabwe's debt-crippled power utility plans to get tough
    • Mangoma taken to task
    • Kariba Dam Wall On Zimbabwe Side Risk Collapsing:Mangoma
    • Zim to begin selling tobacco
    • Prices of basic commodities rising sharply
    • As Zimbabwe Fends off Typhoid, City of Harare Reconnects Water Service
    • Hotel meeting with Chombo lands Mutare councillors in trouble
    • Zimbabwe's Social Security Authority Takes 84% Stake In Troubled Bank
    • Activist Zvorwadza asks court to close Matapi police station
    • Youths turned away for bringing Affidavits to register as voters
    • Chitungwiza Residents raise concerns with Minister Chombo
    • Migrants face unlawful arrests and hasty deportations
    • Father Fidelis Mukunori Publishes Book On Violence
    • Black Caps complete Zimbabwe rout
    • Blood Diamonds Are Mugabe’s Best Friend
    • Global Witness press release on Zim diamond report
  20. Posted 14/2/12
    • Zanu PF wants constitution drafters sacked
    • Zimbabwe power imports at risk
    • Two suspected typhoid deaths in Zimbabwe
    • SA urged to investigate Generals accused of Crimes against Humanity
    • Two MDC-T members murdered in one week
    • Principals meet as row over Chihuri intensifies
    • Zuma Zim-bound
    • Tsvangirai urged to probe ongoing abuses in Chiadzwa
    • Africa Leaders Optimistic about Future of Continent
    • Community radio projects under threat
    • Shop operators fleece drought-stricken villagers in Chipinge
    • Half of Zim teachers are victims of violence
    • Zim Diaspora To Celebrate Mugabe Birthday With Protests
    • Limited development in Zim roads
    • Elections offer EU excuse to extend sanctions
    • FAB Event: MoneyGram Announced as Headline Sponsors for Zimbabwe Achievers Awards 2012
    • Sanctions not stalling progress in critical democratic reforms
  21. Batch 2 Posted 13/2/12
    • 'Mugabes barring us from farm, not state'
    • Court Evicts Mohadi from “His” Plot
    • Mugabe wilts under pressure
    • Cabinet orders Biti to act fast to save ailing banks
    • Chihuri crisis threatens GNU
    • Zanu PF Militia Force March Resident to A Party Meeting
    • Police Thump War Veterans
    • ‘Sanctions stalling progress in critical democratic reforms’
    • Zimbabwe diamond miner gets watchdog OK
    • Salaries consuming bulk of govt funds: Biti
    • Water flows once again after Zimbabwe "mermaids" are appeased
    • Zanu PF threatens to block constitution
    • MDC-T denies corruption, defends record
    • International arrest warrant for Zimbabwean businessman
    • Even President Was Chosen By God
    • Women of Zimbabwe Arise: Amnesty Urgent Action
    • ‘Youths must demand political space’
    • Mpofu is man to watch in Zimbabwe
    • Courts closure and typhoid outbreak-a result of official and criminal negligence
    • Book Review
    • ‘Seized’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 11th February 2012
    • Bill Watch - Parliamentary Committees Series - 11th February 2012 [Meetings Open to Public 13-16 February]
  22. Posted 13/2/12
    • Tsvangirai defies Mugabe on Chihuri appointment
    • ‘Mugabe won’t sign Constitution that disqualifies him’
    • National healing failed: Villagers
    • MDC-T mulls protests on Mugabe’s birthday
    • Council, Zinara clash over funds
    • ‘Black Jesus’ tastes own medicine
    • ‘Negotiations critical for peaceful devolution’
    • Zimsec short-changes markers
    • WB to double investment in regional trade
    • Unholy alliance of Russia, China, Zanu PF
    • Sunday View: Christian apathy to politics the biggest letdown
    • From the Editor's desk: Mugabe shows who rules the roost in GNU
    • Comment: Chihuri saga snuffs power-sharing illusion
  23. Posted 12/2/12
    • GNU leaders agree on electoral reform
    • Typhoid hits Harare
    • PM overestimates his power: Madhuku
    • Finance Sector Cash Crisis Worsens in Zimbabwe
    • We Will Kill Teachers That Are Politically Incorrect: ZANU PF Chair
    • Police, Zanu PF getting gifts from Nigerians
    • Mberengwa Villagers Forced to Donate towards Chief’s Homestead Electrification
    • Judge grants Madzore leave to appeal
    • Mugabe unreliable: Mbeki
    • MISA-Zimbabwe position on inclusion of media freedom
    • Coltart slams 'disgraceful' Zimbabwe
    • Election riggers in ZEC must pack their bags
    • Eating stolen fruit
    • Debt and Diamonds
    • Constitution Watch of 10th February 2012 [COPAC Clarifies Status of First Draft ]
  24. Batch 2 Posted 11/2/12
    • Cabinet tackles liquidity crisis
    • Clashes over Chihuri appointment intensify
    • POSB wants govt to sever CBZ ties
    • AirZim set for unbundling, retrenchments
    • GPA negotiators complete task
    • Byo fund ‘a drop in the ocean’
    • ‘Energy sector investors put off by indigenisation policy’
    • Mujuru inquest: Contradictions, more suspicion
    • Gono’s move could destabilise the financial sector
    • Economists dispute 9,4% growth rate
    • Africa needs to invest to compete
    • Media system: More of the same
    • MuckRaker: Only one escape now, that is the GPA
    • Eric Bloch Column: Merits of the monetary policy statement
    • ZEC, RG’s hand in sham elections
    • The disastrous effects of Global Fund slashing
    • Mugabe’s regional charm offensive faces hurdles
    • Independent Comment: Govt tinkering with problems
    • Editor’s Memo: Tomana’s duplicity laid bare
    • Candid Comment: Solving Zimbabwe’s debilitating energy problem
  25. Posted 11/2/12
    • New Zimbabwe constitution could bar Mugabe candidacy
    • Constitution Committee Denies Setting Presidential Age Limit
    • Reports that Tsvangirai wants early election are ‘hogwash’ says spokesman
    • Charamba blasted for undermining Tsvangirai and Mutambara
    • ‘Disaster’ on the cards as farm invasions continue
    • Mugabe Outfoxes Tsvangirai Again, Extends Service Chiefs' Terms to 2014
    • Anti-Corruption Commission Probes Abuse of Farming Inputs
    • Wrangle Intensifies Between Zimbabwe Local Gov't Minister & MDC Councils
    • Mutare mayor physically ejected from Council meeting
    • Not yet ready for elections: PM
    • Chipangano disrupts project
    • MDC activist murdered by Zanu PF thugs in Zaka
    • WOZA members released but face immediate trial
    • Rights Body To Assist Prosecution Of Zim Human Rights Violators
    • Cholera scare shuts down Harare courts
    • Goche: Air Zim must reduce bloated workforce
    • Madhuku Urges Zimbabweans To Take To The Streets
    • Cabinet is too big: PM
    • Marange Moves Towards Normalcy
    • Tourists Arrivals Affected By Indigenisation
    • New Tourism Initiative ready to tackle Africa´s tourism problems
    • Deportations rob vulnerable of remittances
    • Finance ministry website still down after hacking
    • What the principals agreed on
    • Key political risks to watch in Zimbabwe
  26. Posted 10/2/12
    • Activists dismiss Principals’ meeting as ‘mere talk’
    • PM: Chihuri only acting ZRP chief
    • Chihuri’s stay in power a ‘betrayal’
    • Zim's Police Commissioner To Go - Tsvangirai
    • Decision to keep Chihuri is a ‘retrogressive step’
    • Public Service Commission Report Disputes Ghost-Worker Total
    • Zim Civil Servants Take Salary Dispute To Tsvangirai
    • Zim payday postponed
    • Civil servants ordered to respect PM
    • Police Stop Tsvangirai Lecture Series
    • First Draft Constitution Completed:Copac
    • Community Radio In Waiting In Fear After Police Visit
    • Hunger on the horizon…: Zanu hijacks inputs
    • Sikhala to embark on 66 day hunger strike over Mugabe
    • Zanu youth, MDC councillors forcibly eject Mutare mayor
    • MDC official shot, injured in Masvingo
    • Chombo targets MDC
    • WOZA and others arrested yesterday remain in police custody, still not charged
    • Former ZBC boss unleashed terror in Norton
    • Farmer tastes own medicine
    • PTUZ cries foul over re-hiring of retired teachers
    • The City of Harare should end the Misinformation
    • Wish you were mine
    • More for my people
  27. Posted 9/2/12
    • ZANU PF ‘mischief’ behind EU’s false statements on Gukurahundi
    • Principals agree Police chief post now ‘vacant’
    • GPA monitors witness brutal police assault on WOZA members
    • Panic As Zim Banks Run Out Of Cash
    • Zimbabwe general's death marked by many mysteries
    • Nurses reject 22.5 percent pay hike
    • Corruption at RG’s office
    • Teachers report interrogation by CIOs over elections
    • Media Monitors Case Referred to Supreme Court
    • Mujuru family urged to fight on for the truth
    • Whistleblower Summoned Over Blood Scare
    • Chombo appointee blocked
    • Not Prepared for Floods Amid Conflicting Weather Forecasts
    • SA investor in Chihuri plea over seized vehicle
    • Goverment ignores Chinese labour abuse
    • CIO’s “nobody” vows to starve
    • TB Joshua prophesies African leader’s death
    • Don’t be fooled, residents warned
    • Who will protect people from Chipangano?
    • Zimbabwe’s Long Winter
    • Land reform: Zanu (PF)’s missed opportunity
    • Reaction to Mr Christopher Jarrett of SAFCA
    • Where is Zimbabwe’s diamonds cash going?
    • Bill Watch 4/2012 of 8th February [Media Commission & Foreign Newspapers; Inclusive Government Appointments]
  28. Posted 8/2/12
    • Mugabe and Tsvangirai disagree on Chihuri’s re-appointment
    • Top issues put on hold as PM, Mugabe meet
    • Storm over leaked Tsvangirai memo
    • Police assault WOZA members at peaceful march in Bulawayo
    • Woza's Jenni Williams Arrested
    • Teachers report interrogation by CIOs over elections
    • Mazoe Families Evicted To Pave Way For The Mugabes
    • Zuma steps up Zim pressure
    • Health Ministry Warns of Potential for Further Outbreaks of Typhoid
    • CCZ: cost of living up 5 percent
    • Former Zim football chef Rushwaya charged over match fixing
    • 10 Zimbabweans die in horror crash inside South Africa
    • Zim’s failure to ratify AU Convention disappointing
    • Zimbabwe expects 15% rise in tobacco output
    • Govt needs $62 million for loans, grants
    • End Zesa monopoly — Zerc
    • Mutare residents demand answers over Mayor’s suspension
    • Certified Polished Diamond Prices Fall 1% in January
    • 1.5 million carats on the block at Zimbabwe diamond auction
    • New KP chair urged to clarify Zim position
    • Service Chiefs appointments: Tomana disingenuous
    • Youth leadership training in Zimbabwe
    • The Role of the Private Sector and Trade Opportunities in the Revival of Matabeleland – A SWOT Analysis
  29. Posted 7/2/12
    • Zimbabwe general's death shrouded in suspicion
    • Mujuru lawyer blasted by coroner
    • Tsvangirai ‘shocked’ at Nyikayaramba’s promotion
    • Mugabe, PM in showdown
    • Coalition on the brink: PM’s strong letter to Robert Mugabe
    • Zim power woes deepen as Mozambique threatens cut off
    • Defiant Zambian Embassy Ends Diplomatic Tiff With Econet
    • Foreign Papers Defy Govt Ban
    • Bulawayo police use Mugabe’s birthday to ban MDC-T workshop
    • More Zim diamonds set for auction
    • Education Minister faces parliament over student grants
    • Police Blamed For Rise In Stock Thefts
    • Power bills weigh down Sable
    • Harare needs 1.4 billion for new source water system
    • Zimbabwe PM injured in golf accident
    • Zanu-PF supporters promised gold
    • Ex-ZIFA boss freed on bail in match-fixing scandal
    • Transcript of Welshman Ncube on Question Time Part 2
    • Ambassador Gillian A. Milovanovic On Her Role As The Newly-Appointed Chair of the Kimberley Process (KP) for 2012
    • Zimbabwe’s Sanctions Standoff
    • Security sector reform: Going beyond personalities
    • Implication of reforms on popular democracy in Zimbabwe
    • Southern Africa: Democracy without the citizens
  30. Batch 3 Posted 6/2/12
    • Zimbabwe’s Media Commission seeks to ban foreign papers
    • Banning Of Foreign Newspapers Violates UN Statutes :- MMPZ
    • Japan Gives ZESN US$110 700 For Election Education
    • Zimbabwe AG Threatens Those Noting Expiration of Term of Police Chief
    • Pressure mounts on MDC for hearts and minds in urban areas
    • Zanu-PF set to change tack in poll
    • Parties turn Matabeleland into election battleground
    • Don't underestimate 'rising star' Ncube
    • National Security Council meeting postponed
    • The Zimbabwe Justice Project calls for support to stop the violence
    • Number of detained MDC-T members rises
    • World Food Program to Feed 1 Million Zimbabweans Through March
    • Chinese spread wings in Zim
    • Nhema ups game on wetlands
    • 'Mermaid' Sightings in Zimbabwe Spark Debate Over Traditional Beliefs
    • ZANU PF Muzarabani MP behind murders in 2008
    • Ex-governor Masvingo embroiled in land dispute
    • Mining firms upset Manicaland communities
    • Zimbabwe mining fees up 5,000 per cent
    • Companies to auction diamonds
    • Launch of Zimbabwe Action Forum – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 4th February 2012
    • Listen to what politicians SAY but watch what they DO is the message
    • Footprints in the dust
    • Constitution Watch of 3rd February 2012 [Preliminary Draft under Review by COPAC]
    • Bill Watch - Parliamentary Committees Series - 3rd February 2012 [Meetings Open to Public 6th to 9th February]
  31. Batch 2 Posted 6/2/12
    • Meeting aborted as Mugabe, PM clash
    • Rights activist attacked in Mbare
    • ‘Mujuru family won’t give up the fight’
    • Copac agrees on non-partisan security forces
    • Illegal ‘libido herbs’ flood Harare
    • Zim to ‘export’ jobless nurses: Minister
    • Tomana’s views are primitive, says Madhuku
    • Clean-up more imperative than ever
    • Chitungwiza vulnerable to typhoid
    • Zimbabwe still exposed to economic shocks: WB
    • New financial sector entries must comply, says Gono
    • Emirates offers hope to horticulture producers
    • Harare needs leadership renewal to achieve success
    • Re-colonisation: Myth or reality?
    • Tomana betrays Zanu PF leanings
  32. Posted 6/2/12
    • Mugabe fears Nato attack
    • ‘Inflammables can’t be ruled out’
    • ‘No foul play in Manyika death’
    • Checks, balances for executive needed –– ZLHR
    • Mpofu popularity lures Zanu PF factions
    • Matter of Act
    • Inquest deepens Mujuru mystery
    • Is the banking sector really safe and sound?
    • Sustainability in agro and farming business
    • Elections can only be held after reforms
    • Finally Zinara notices the state of the roads
    • Eric Bloch Column: Bloated civil service is beyond govt’s means
    • ‘Zanu PF strategy to frustrate MDC-T working’
    • US$100bn economy for Zim by 2040
    • Independent Comment: Bank stability critical
    • Editor’s Memo: Election calls a recipe for disaster
    • Candid Comment: RBZ biggest risk to financial services sector
  33. Posted 3/2/12
    • Joint MDC-T/ZANU PF peace rally held in Makoni South
    • Fireworks Expected At National Security Council meeting
    • Election This Year Will Be A Disaster: Raftopolous, Petras
    • Environment Must Be Conducive For Free and Fair Elections: Zulu
    • ZANU PF Aligned Militants Out To Scuttle Constitutional Making Process
    • Masvingo residents ‘snub’ ZANU PF empowerment scheme
    • Former MP Dulini Ncube totally blind after torture in custody
    • More MDC-T officials arrested
    • Principals to discuss Chihuri fate
    • Zim media body seeks ban on foreign papers
    • Gwisai’s trial: Cop ‘unmasks’ CIO agent
    • Emirates completes maiden flight into Zimbabwe
    • The death of Air Zimbabwe
    • Caaz grants Sol Air operating certificate
    • EU calls for Zim debt settlement
    • Civil society lobbies African Union
    • AU 'has let Zim down'
    • MP Makuyana’s kidnapping conviction quashed
    • Mujuru evidence 'compromised': expert
    • Ex-ZIFA CEO arrested over match fixing
    • Tsvangirai, Media Mourn Veteran Journalist Bornwell Chakaodza
    • ZCTF Report - January 2012
    • Court Watch 2/2012 [S v Munyaradzi Gwisai and others: Application for Discharge]
  34. Posted 2/2/12
    • "Sit-tight" rulers risk African Spring -Soyinka
    • Why Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe ended his annual January vacation early
    • Mugabe’s AU rant ‘a sign of panic’
    • Harare to ration water in wealthy suburbs as typhoid cases rise
    • Dr Madzorera dismisses Zanu PF claims on typhoid
    • Zanu PF officials launch intimidation campaign
    • Ncube denies conniving with Mbeki to split MDC
    • Ncube-Mutambara Fight For Control Of MDC Resumes
    • Tensions set to rise over Chihuri’s future in police force
    • 'Chihuri out of job'
    • Five Zimbabwe banks risk closure
    • Confusion As Local Tourists Barred from Victoria Falls
    • RBZ limits instant cash withdrawals
    • Conservancies in battle against poachers, settlers
    • Human trafficking: Chipinge’s unsolved challenge
    • Brian James suspension Exposes Ugent Need for Local Government Reform!
    • MDC councillor arrested for assault
    • Glen View bail appeal postponed
    • Mwanga Lodge Baby Elephant Dies
    • E-governance for effective service delivery
    • Zimbabwe’s media landscape
  35. Posted 1/2/12
    • Zimbabwe treats more than 1,500 typhoid cases
    • Zimbabwe rations water to poor after typhoid spell
    • Civil servants accept deal on allowances
    • Unions ask politicians for help in Zim strike
    • ZANU-PF Party Denies Mugabe Retirement Report
    • Mugabe: AU a toothless bulldog
    • Zanu PF thugs forcefully evict Mutare Mayor
    • Mutare residents plan protest march against suspension of Mayor
    • Civil society says democratic transition in Zim has ‘stalled’
    • Matabeleland's Education Disparities Due To Gukurahundi - Coltart
    • Zanu (PF) Aligned Militants Out To Scuttle Constitutional Making Process
    • SA police slammed for refusing to help beaten Zim man
    • Baboons wreak havoc at Zimbabwe, Zambia border post
    • Mujuru Request For An Independent Pathologist Put On Hold
    • Mujuru murdered?
    • Zim prisons in deplorable state
    • Shortages of Fertilizer Jeopardize Zimbabwe 2012 Maize Crop Yields
    • Hell for migrant farm workers
    • Police close down Mereki
    • Mpofu must defend his actions: Lawyer
    • Zimbabwe Human Rights Activist Released After Weekend in Custody
    • Zimbabwe players in Asia match-fixing suspended
    • No tears for Nkosazana Zumas failed bid for the AU’s top job
    • The state of education in Zimbabwe
    • Bill Watch 2/2012 of 29th January [AU Convention on Democracy Elections and Governance]
    • Bill Watch - Parliamentary Committees Series - 30th January 2012 [Meetings Open to Public 31st January to 2nd February]
    • Bill Watch 3/2012 of 31st January [Call for Input on draft Public Finance Management Regulations]
    • Court Watch 1/2012 [Opening of the 2012 Legal Year]

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