The ZIMBABWE Situation

March 2009 ARCHIVE

NEWS and Other Articles
  1. Batch 2 Posted 31/3/09
    • Zimbabwe’s prisons are death-traps
    • Mutsekwa says working well with Mohadi
    • 'Clean water provides lasting solution to cholera'
    • SA authorities to move refugees to Soweto
    • Hong Kong defers on Mugabe immunity
    • UK freezes Mugabe's ally's holding in Edmonds firm
    • Econet faces lawsuit
    • Know Your Ministers: Mangoma, Mudenge
    • Mangoma appeals for S African investment
    • Zim investment promotion
    • Responsibility without power as thugs reign
    • "Spread the Word" - Zimbabwean protest poets rock America!
  2. Posted 31/3/09
    • SADC supports US$8 billion plan to revive Zimbabwe's economy
    • Denmark, World Bank give Zimbabwe US$18m
    • IMF offers assistance to improve payments system
    • Undercover programme on Zimbabwe’s prisons to be aired Tuesday night on SABC TV3 (South Africa)
    • Continuing farm invasions threatening future of coalition
    • Sunday Mail dismisses new invasion reports
    • Reports say man shot as police protect ousted Bishop Kunonga's service
    • Tsvangirai and Mnangagwa Secret Meetings Riles Robert Mugabe
    • University of Zimbabwe to Remain Closed
    • Victimisation of Junior Officers Continuing at ZPS
    • Know Your Ministers: Madzorera, Mpofu
    • In Zimbabwe, law has a long road ahead
    • Rural areas exposed by lack of cholera knowledge
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 28 Mar 2009
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 29 Mar 2009
    • Activism in the Time of Cholera
    • Tsvangirai decries rate of road accidents
    • Villains and Victims in Zimbabwe
    • Inside Robert Mugabe's "death camps"
    • Getting Zimbabwe to work again
    • Heal the beloved country
    • Bill Watch 12 of 29th March 2009 [No Sign of ExpectedLegislative Reform]
  3. Posted 30/3/09
    • SADC turns to Zim, Madagascar
    • Summit to consider $2b package
    • Zimbabwe orders probe into fresh farm invasions, says report
    • Unemployment looks set to rise above 90%
    • Trouble ahead for 4 000 refugees
    • Reforms spur Zimbabwe’s gold industry
    • Moyo now African Development Bank VP
    • Francistown thrives on Zimbabwe crisis
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 28th March 2009
    • Multiple currencies spell doom to Zimbabwe itinerant traders
    • US immigrants cut costs to keep up remittances
    • Horrendous Task for Zimbabwe's Healing Organs
    • The right to a safe classroom
    • Why MDC should stay the course
    • No Mercedes Benz for MDC ministers
  4. Batch 2 Posted 29/3/09
    • Zimbabwe: Is the basket case finally on the mend?
    • Plans to beef up PM's security
    • The NSSA is broke
    • No Respite in Political Violence
    • Tsvangirai Vows to Crush Land Grabbing
    • NCA Protests Government Handling of Constitution Process
    • Law and Order First, Before Aid - Envoy
    • Zanu PF 'blocks' media conference
    • World Rallies Support for Zim
    • Not Flying Anywhere
    • Governnent Directive on 'A' level Students Slammed
    • Rights Groups Alarmed by Prison Conditions
    • US$416m Budget for Bulawayo
    • Varsity Students Cry Foul Over High Fees
    • National Healing Indaba Set for April
    • ZFTU Disowns Chinotimba
    • Mutare City Council Slashes Tariffs by 30%
    • Mawere Assets: Biti to Rule on Dispute
    • No Ready Cash for Tourism Projects
    • Rights Lawyers Threaten to Sue ZBH
    • Ball in Your Court, IMF Tells Zim
    • Alex Magaisa: The Politics of Constitution Making in Zimbabwe
    • Importance of appearing important
    • Sunday Opinion: The Pain, Frustrations and Joy of Real Independence
    • Comment: GNU Parties Must Prove Commitment
    • Zim Standard Letters
    • 450% surge in violence cases in February
    • Who dun it?
  5. Posted 29/3/09
    • Biti Orders Massive Crackdown On Tax Evaders
    • World Bank gives $10m to repair Zimbabwe's water and sewer systems
    • Southern Africa hit by worst floods in years
    • SADC should now call on the uniformed men to help
    • Zimbabwe activists laud sanctions
    • Police cited as biggest violators of GPA
    • Britain opens new embassy in Zimbabwe
    • Biti Foiled a Gono Scandal
    • Know Your Ministers: Gwanyanya, Mohadi
    • JAG - farm situations communique
    • Zim's new age of boredom
    • ENVISION and its framework "Reconstruction of Zimbabwe" launched
    • If it’s bought with public money, it’s public business
    • Stimulus for Zimbabwe
  6. Posted 28/3/09
    • Tsvangirai vows to end impunity and to arrest farm invaders
    • S.Africa's Zuma criticizes West over Zimbabwe
    • Statement by Participants in Zimbabwe Like-Minded Meeting
    • Tsvangirai, Mugabe for crisis talks on economy
    • Government to Review RBZ Act: Mutambara
    • NCA boycott Tsvangirai's stakeholders' forum
    • Minister confirms Mugabe refusing to swear in Bennett
    • Cosatu sceptical of unity government
    • Operation Garikai Beneficiaries Face Eviction
    • University of Zimbabwe not opening Monday due to high fees
    • Dutch farmers still hope for justice
    • Zesa Fixes Jan-Feb Tariffs
    • University of Zimbabwe students further remanded
    • Reserve Bank hit hard by new policies - what will Gono do now?
    • Irked by the Merc Perk!
    • Understanding and Embracing the New Dispensation in Zimbabwe - Mutambara's Parliamentary Maiden Speech
    • Harare Council tour makes shocking discoveries
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 26 Mar 2009
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 27 Mar 2009
    • A letter from the diaspora
    • Comment from a Correspondent
  7. Batch 3 Posted 27/3/09
    • Statement at the conclusion of an IMF Article IV mission to Zimbabwe
    • Report From Recent IMF Mission To Zimbabwe Surprisingly Favorable
    • Human-rights group: Hopes for end to Mugabe repression not met
    • Latest Zimbabwe Farm Invasions Reveal Fault Line in Unity Government
    • Zimbabwe Teachers Threaten New Strike Over US Dollar Wage Glitches
    • Privatisation of State-owned firms on course
    • Zimbabwe scores badly on ICT
    • Stock Exchange resumes trade
    • As Zimbabwe Cholera Crisis Eases, Harare Officials Step Up Water Works
    • Air Zimbabwe passes IATA safety audit
    • MPs press for affordable passports
    • Floods and tropical storms ravage Mozambique
    • Know Your Ministers: Gabbuza, Mnangagwa
    • Zimra officers fleece new firms
    • Zimbabweans moved from pillar to post in SAfrica
    • Hope in Zimbabwe
    • Do something about out of control university administrators
    • Are We In A New Zimbabwe Yet?
  8. Batch 2 Posted 27/3/09
    • Biti Takes Fight to Gono
    • Constitution-making Process Set in Motion
    • Mutambara Launches Drive to Repair Zim Image
    • Vacant MDC, Zanu PF Seats Open to Challenge
    • RBZ Fiscal Operations Breed Corruption
    • Information ministry Hosts Conference on Media Policies
    • No Byo Town Clerk for 3 Years
    • Cops to Quiz Timba Over Seized BMW X5
    • Damaged Road Brings Business to a Halt
    • Parly Sets up Committee to Oversee Govt Departments
    • GPA Delays, Lack of Aid Could Take Sterp Back
    • Sadc Heads to Meet on Zim Aid Package
    • Moyo Appointed as VP of AfDB
    • Declining Food Prices Force Inflation Down
    • ZPI Forecasts Growth in Property Sector
    • Banking Trio to Act as Clearing Houses
    • Will Zimbabwe vote in 2010 or later?
    • End of Ideology, Return of Economic Realism
    • Bad Governance to Blame, Not Sanctions
    • Eric Bloch: First Real Steps to Economic Recovery
    • Back to Basics
    • Candid Comment: First 100 days, Jury Still Out
    • Comment:Sanctions Not the Problem
    • Public Media Must Shed Straitjacket
  9. Posted 27/3/09
    • Continuing concerns over Mugabe's insistence that he is in charge
    • Police chief terrorises farmer
    • Open letter to Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai from commercial farmer Ben Freeth
    • Prime Minister to open Stakeholder Forum Frida
    • Mugabe bodyguards robbed at gun point
    • Zimbabwe reduces Cahora Bassa power bill
    • Zambia and Namibia face worst floods in 40 years
    • Rotten Row Courts in a Mess
    • Mutambara Speaks Out On Banned Foreign Media And Sanctions
    • Zimbabwe wants tourists back
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 25 Mar 2009
    • Some Zimbabweans see only more pain as prices fall
    • MISA-Zimbabwe Alert: Journalists charged with defamation
    • Infighting Rocks MDC
    • Deputy Prime Minister's mother dies
    • Has Zimbabwe's Runaway Inflation Finally Been Tamed?
    • Southern African artists in Zimbabwe freedom concert
    • SABC TV3: Special Assignment - Zimbabwean Prisons "HELL HOLE"
    • Zimbabwe's great diamond rush brutally suppressed by Robert Mugabe's regime
    • The politics of constitution-making in Zimbabwe
    • Liquidate Zanu PF’s assets
    • Opinion - Sanctions must remain in place for now
    • Warning
    • What about China in Africa? - A debate revisited
  10. Batch 2 Posted 26/3/09
    • Zim will slide into total anarchy if unity govt collapses: Biti
    • Unity govt needs urgent help to achieve true democracy
    • Refuse collectors paid more than teachers
    • Mutambara blames all on Mugabe
    • Goods reappear in Zimbabwe shops
    • Sweden donates $10 million to Zimbabwe
    • No political prisoners in Zim, says Bob
    • Zimbabwe: Reform Justice System
    • Requests for asylum by Zimbabweans rise 82%, says UN body
    • 'A lot of people who want to stay'
    • Chiadzwa yields 50 000 carats per week
    • Nurses sell "free" blood to patients
    • RBZ staff - from riches to rags . as dollarization begins to bite
    • Tobacco plunges to record low
    • Home Link to be revived?
    • Crying out for vengeance … the sufferings of Mbare residents continue
    • Implement the agreement - that is all
    • Jestina Mukoko saved by State security Minister
    • Know Your Ministers: Dzinotyiweyi, Goche
    • When will I see my daughter?
    • African Union
    • Pentagon Says China's Military Power Grows as Intentions Still Unclear
  11. Posted 26/3/09
    • IMF dampens hopes of aid to Zimbabwe
    • Mugabe refusing to swear in Bennett
    • Tsvangirai to resume work on April 1 after mourning
    • Mutambara urges gvt to reform to have sanctions lifted
    • Allegations of deliberate ploy to block MDC security trainees
    • Farmer makes desperate plea to Tsvangirai over farm invasions
    • Only 100 white farmers left in Zimbabwe
    • MDC names missing abductees
    • Telone Seeks U.S.$700 000 for Satellite System
    • 84 year old WOZA member released after night in Bulawayo cells
    • Zimbabwe gold mine seen reopening in 4-6 months: CEO
    • Sweden wants 'mutual benchmarks' before Zimbabwe re-engagement
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 24 Mar 2009
    • Researchers Developing New Ways to Purify Water
    • Give Inclusive Government A Chance - Mujuru
    • Know Your Ministers: Chamisa, Chinamasa
    • Zanu PF is thinking far ahead to elections
    • Zimbabwe imports roads equipment from China
    • Motorists start using the Lusaka-Chirundu road again
    • Innocent Victims
  12. Batch 2 Posted 25/3/09
    • Hopes rise as Zimbabwe's stricken engine sputters back into life
    • Hopes of aid from new regime dashed as Robert Mugabe thugs grab land
    • SADC Summit re-locates to Swaziland
    • Zimbabweans Hail Donor Summit to Help Boost Faltering Economy
    • Zimbabwe's prime minister ready to return to work
    • Continuing Land Invasions Pose Dilemma for Zimbabwe PM Tsvangirai
    • Zimbabwe Activists Urge Action on Water to Consolidate Gains on Cholera
    • CHRA statement on World Water Day
    • Chombo advancing own interests, not Residents’
    • Magistrates relaxes bail conditions for 4 MDC activists
    • US Envoy Offers Bleak Assessment of Zimbabwe's New Unity Government
    • ZANU-PF's New Farmer and the land question in Masvingo Province
    • JAG - farm situation communique dated 24 March 2009
    • Alleged bombers remanded to end of April
    • Know Your Ministers: Chombo, Coltart
    • New blow to reeling Zimbabwe
    • Region's artists to hold Zim peace concert in Johannesburg
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 613 - Dated 24 March 2009
  13. Posted 25/3/09
    • Zimbabwe turns the corner on inflation; prices falling since January
    • Tsvangirai returns to challenges
    • Court grants state's application to further remand alleged bombers
    • Teachers stranded as banks run out of forex
    • IMF raises concerns as team assesses Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe Anglican Church press charges against police chief
    • NRZ Boss denies looting allegations
    • Released abductees tell their story
    • Norwegian Minister Jets In For Bilateral Talks
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 23 Mar 2009
    • HK lawmakers urge travel ban on Mugabe's wife
    • President Obama Nominates New Assistant Secretary for Africa
    • Is how a country treats the most vulnerable of its people not a test of its humanity?
    • MISA- Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Poets for Human Rights commemorate World Poetry Day
    • Thabani Dube, “The changing faces of the Zimbabwean economy have made me a pauper”
    • 15000 Zimbabwean nationals are deported
    • Zimbabwe: starting from scratch
    • Unity government going nowhere slowly
    • Freedom in their hearts
  14. Batch 2 Posted 24/3/09
    • PM Tsvangirai Sets Cabinet Talks on Wave of Farm Invasions
    • Zimbabwe Farm Invasions Exacerbate Cholera Epidemic in Rural Areas
    • Sanctions Will Remain on Zimbabwe, U.S. Ambassador Says
    • Zanu (PF) hardliners 'a threat to transition
    • 7 accused persons to be tried for terrorism
    • Governor, war vets fight over farm
    • Minister vows to bring state security agent to justice
    • Chaos as Zim refugees queue
    • SA authorities offer temporary shelter for refugees
    • Bank demands licence back from RBZ
    • Zimbabwe Water Minister Steps Up Effort To Restore Safe Supplies
    • Critics demand Grace Mugabe to be banned from Hong Kong
    • Zimbabwe police should stop war on journalists - WPF
    • State says not yet ready for Mwanda trial
    • South Africa's perverse Zimbabwe policy
    • Mawere, Muponda and Mambondiani on BTH: Part 1
    • Governments that steal together, stay together longer
    • Criticising GNU now said to be unpatriotic
    • ICT Strategy For Zimbabwe
  15. Posted 24/3/09
    • Four arrested as offensive against Chiredzi farmers intensifies
    • Prime Minister Tsvangirai to return to Zimbabwe Tuesday
    • SADC leaders to discuss aid to Zimbabwe
    • '15000 Zimbabwean nationals are deported'
    • Zimbabwe Banks Run Out Of Foreign Currency
    • Mutsekwa says Mwale's days numbered
    • Harare diary: Bread winners and losers
    • IMF winds up Zimbabwe mission
    • Journalist Violet Gonda interviews Roy Bennett
    • Zimbabwe prisoners starve to death as service collapses
    • Cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe easing - WHO
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 20 Mar 2009
    • Harare Residents Resist 'Unaffordable' Rates, Bills
    • Khupe calls for an end to domestic violence
    • MDC security guard may never walk again
    • Buying a driver's licence
    • How Zimbabwe slew the dragon of hyperinflation
    • Cash budget basis!
    • Know Your Government Ministers
    • Hope, anger, despair and murder in Musina for Zimbabweans
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 612 - Dated 22 March 2009
    • Bill Watch 11 of 22nd March 2009 [2009 National BudgetReview Statement and STERP]
  16. Posted 23/3/09
    • Zimbabwe parliament to probe police torture allegations
    • PM summons security ministers over farm invasion
    • West must drop its sanctions to save Zimbabwe, says minister
    • Refugees to be moved
    • Southern Africa leaders to meet March 30
    • Police, soldiers resist transfer from Chiadzwa
    • Zimondi Retracts Anti Tsvangirai Statement
    • Poet detained after reciting poem
    • AU double standards on Zimbabwe vs Madagascar
    • Time to Walk the Talk
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 21st March 2009
    • Zimbabwe: The Failure of Regional Leadership
    • ICT Guide – Zimbabwe
  17. Batch 2 Posted 22/3/09
    • Robert Mugabe's wife given diplomatic immunity after alleged street attack on Briton
    • Zanu PF Sabotaging Inclusive Government
    • Fresh Farm Invasions Revive Misery
    • Chaos as Civil Servants Fail to get Their pay
    • Mukoko's Lawyers File for Refusal of Further Remand
    • Police Hunt Ministry Official Over RBZ Cars Scam
    • Rights Lawyer Nominated for top Award
    • School Head Charged with Abusing Pupils
    • Cash Crunch Stalls PF Zapu
    • RBZ Workers Want Gono's Head
    • Magistrates up in arms Over Arrest of a Member
    • Chombo Accused Over Vacant Town Clerk Position
    • Anglicans Want Chihuri Charged
    • Unicef Donates Water Chemicals
    • 'No likely takers for Mugabe aid pleas'
    • Inclusive Government Mulls 'open-skies' Policy
    • Global Recession Hits Safari Operators
    • Alex Magaisa: Political reform, economy of Zimbabwe
    • Comment: Chombo's Blatant Opportunism, Hypocrisy
    • Why Zimbabwe Could Collapse Again
    • Newsanalysis: Little Optimism Over
    • Zim Standard Letters
  18. Posted 22/3/09
    • Zim cuts electricity tariffs, sets new fuel prices
    • MDC, Zanu PF women join hands
    • Schools Use Mid Year Results for Enrolment
    • Coal Shortage Affects Hospital
    • Political Violence Victims Seek State Assistance
    • Zimbabwe cholera deaths decline by 63 percent in one week, WHO reveals
    • Angry workers set fire to sugar cane crop
    • Africa needs younger leaders, says Annan
    • British thinktank warns of "global pandemic of unrest"
    • Zim's blueprint for recovery
    • FULL TEXT: Short Term Emergency Recovery Programme (STERP)
    • 'Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa'
    • When a horse gives birth to a fish
  19. Posted 21/3/09
    • Mukoko, eight others remanded to April 9
    • CFU vice president released from custody
    • Chaos in Bulawayo as civil servants fail to cash forex vouchers
    • ACTION ALERT : Harare Central Prison has run out of food
    • Death and disease in Zimbabwe's prisons
    • Police barricade striking RBZ workers in
    • South Africa cannot afford to bankroll Zimbabwe recovery
    • International community demands 'rule of law' in Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe's black market dealers out in the cold as economy recovers
    • Zimbabwe dollar pronounced dead
    • Foreign companies shun ZITF
    • Wiki map aims to help rebuild shattered Zimbabwe
    • US sends CIA to investigate PM's wife's death
    • Tsvangirai crash driver due in court Monday
    • Geoff Foster: paediatrician remaining hopeful in Zimbabwe
    • Sibanda needs Tsvangirai to rescue him
    • UNDP admits vehicles registered in its name were used to smuggle diamonds
    • The last stand of Zimbabwe's white farmers
    • A letter from the diaspora
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 611 - Dated 19 March 2009
  20. Batch 2 Posted 20/3/09
    • Mugabe an Obstacle to More Donor Aid
    • Zimbabwe needs $3,3bn to stabilise power supply, taskforce reports
    • Farmers promised protection in new economic plan
    • Safe Water Now Focus of Zimbabwe's Battle Against Cholera
    • Millions wasted on Africa water projects: Research
    • Gono hails Biti on new economic policy
    • Investigators to Probe Susan Tsvangirai's Death
    • Govt Cracks Whip on Farm Invaders
    • Activists to Challenge Detention
    • Mavambo file Application Against Makoni
    • Unity Government Begins Implementing GPA terms
    • Army Brigadier Embroiled in Farm Ownership Wrangle
    • Poll Violence Victims Demand Compensation
    • ZITF Denies Fair Cancelled
    • Zim faces challenging, Uncertain Future
    • Financiers Won't Loosen Purse Strings for GNU
    • US$1 billion Stimulus Package for Industry
    • Diamond Probe Team Meets Acting Prime Minister
    • Revised Budget Dashes Infrastructure Repair Hopes
    • 'Multi-currency Environment Growth Opportunity'
    • The Demise of Aippa and Still-birth of ZMC
    • Focus on RBZ Reform, not Ousting Gono
    • Eric Bloch: The Zimbabwe Dollar Farce
    • Restore the Rule of Law First
    • Parliament to quiz Mohadi, Mutsekwa over Torture
    • Candid Comment: Meaning of Parliamentary Democracy
    • Comment: No Silver Bullet to Revive Economy
    • Comment: Mugabe's Charm Offensive
    • Zim Independent Letters
    • A Bridge to Somewhere
    • The confessions of a Killer - My story
  21. Posted 20/3/09
    • Zimbabwe president, longtime opponent appeal for $5 billion for economic recovery plan
    • Zimbabwe 'in talks with West on sanctions'
    • US rejects Mugabe call to lift sanctions
    • Ministers call for end to political violence
    • Recovery plan calls for rule of law and an end to farm invasions
    • Minister Coltart appoints National Education Advisory Board
    • Zimbabwe Fails To Pay Diplomats, Postpones Ministers' Retreat
    • Sweden renews call for Zim reforms
    • Denmark expresses concern over farms
    • Photojournalist granted right to appeal denial of bail
    • Bulawayo man thrown out of CIO building
    • Zesa Warns of Power Interruptions
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 17 Mar 2009
    • Professionals seeking repatriation
    • Starvation rife in prison - Bennett
    • Former ISO boss clings to power
    • To Help Those Who Can't Help Themselves
    • Viewpoint: In Zimbabwe, hope amid the ruins
    • Who owned killer truck?
    • Zimbabwe Business Watch : Week 12
    • Full Text: 2009 budget revision statement
  22. Batch 2 Posted 19/3/09
    • Zimbabwe Power-Sharing Panel Quizzes Ministers on Missing MDC Activists
    • 'Zimbabwe's public education is in shambles'
    • Last white Zimbabwean farmers to be evicted
    • Mugabe reveals human side - could it be a trick?
    • Dr Fay Chung backs Dr Simba Makoni
    • Women's Day event set to foster peaceful co-existence
    • International Women’s Day Celebrations In the Eyes of A Zimbabwean Woman
    • As Cholera Epidemic Continues, Zimbabwe Government Sets Water Summit
    • But AU should isolate all oppressive rulers
    • Shocking legacy
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 610 - Dated 18 March 2009
    • Blood, land and sanctions - part 3
    • Blood, land and sanctions - part 4
    • Richer than Bill Gates without any effort
    • UK House of Lords Zimbabwe debate
    • Makedenge's wife commits suicide
    • Talk at the bar
    • Goodness gracious me
  23. Posted 19/3/09
    • Zimbabwe budget slashed by $700,000, finance minister says country must live within means
    • Big blow to Zim budget
    • Zimbabwe's economy "literally sustained by beer and cigarettes"
    • Coltart says government has no money to pay teachers' salaries
    • Finance Minister Biti launches new economic blue print
    • White farmer rearrested for photographing Tsvangirai crash scene
    • The Commercial Farmers' Union - URGENT Memo
    • JAG FARMS UPDATE dated 17TH March 2009
    • Zimbabwean farm evictions escalate despite the GPA
    • Deputy Mayor and 26 MDC activists released on bail Wednesday
    • Roy Bennett sworn in as Senator
    • 'Blood diamonds' team starts Zim probe
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 16 Mar 2009
    • Roy Bennett remanded to the 21st of April 2009
    • Zim refugees 'desperate'
    • Zimbabwe desperately needs $1bn to pay bills
    • Zimbabwe cut off from the world wide web - again
    • US$100 million for 're-election'
    • Minister Launches New Weekly Paper
    • Zimbabwean human rights lawyer Harrison Nkomo nominated for award
    • Donor fears over Zimbabwe violence
    • UK law firm takes on fresh Zimbabwean asylum claims
    • Bill Watch 10 16th 2009 [This Week in Parliament]
    • BILL WATCH SPECIAL of 18th March 2009 [Budget Review Wednesday Afternoon]
    • ZAPU dismisses Mugabe over tribalism
    • Denmark to revive ties with Zimbabwe
  24. Posted 18/3/09
    • Biti to Present Budget Review Statement
    • Mutambara to deliver maiden speech in Parliament on Wednesday
    • Masvingo farmer in hiding after assault and threat of arrest
    • JAG - urgent press release communique dated 17 March 2009
    • Mutare Deputy Mayor & 26 more MDC activists arrested in Buhera
    • Staff presents Gono with ultimatum
    • Roy Bennett to appear in court tomorrow
    • Court frees magistrate who freed Bennett
    • Joint Communiqué issued at the Conclusion of the Third Session of the Zimbabwe - South Africa Joint Commission
    • Despite Release of High-Profile Prisoners, Zimbabwe Activists Remain Behind Bars
    • Those Seeking Medical Care in Zimbabwe Rely Now on Mission Hospitals
    • No relief for Zim until debt's paid up
    • Zimbabwe's Tobacco Crop May Decline 40% This Year
    • Teachers Threaten Fresh Strike In May
    • ICU for Zim's science agenda
    • Ex-Airforce of Zimbabwe pilot jailed for forgery in UK
    • Zimbabwe still in the grip of cholera
    • Cholera epidemic rages on
    • MDC have team investigating Tsvangirai crash
    • Govt probe on Tsvangirai wife's death
    • 'Haul Mugabe before ICC'
    • Zimbabwe Closes in on Record
  25. Batch 2 Posted 17/3/09
    • Zimbabwe's Anglicans defy riot police with return to church
    • Masvingo farmer abducted, assaulted
    • Bennett says Chinamasa has vendetta against him
    • Teachers threaten strike unless govt tops up US$100 allowances
    • Zimbabwe urged to safeguard investments
    • Zimbabwe prisoners emerge with horrifying tales of abuse
    • Rift looms over control of ZSE
    • Mnangagwa sucked into scandal
    • Home Affairs Ministers summoned
    • Robert Mugabe's pilot tried to stay in UK illegally because he feared president
    • Inside Zimbabwe: A world undone by neglect and madness
    • Ditch central banking
    • Selling out the masses in the name of power sharing
    • The Herald up to its usual mischief
    • No hope for progress with Mugabe in charge
    • Church offers only home
  26. Posted 17/3/09
    • South Africa considers steps to help Zimbabwe
    • SA, Zim foreign ministers to strengthen cooperation
    • Roy Bennett 'to take Zimbabwe cabinet job despite continued farm seizures'
    • JAG - situation report update communique dated 16 March 2009
    • NRZ bosses implicated in looting scandal as workers remain unpaid
    • 17 detained MDC activists denied bail in Buhera
    • Tsvangirai to be away for one week
    • Surge in returning Zimbabweans since formation of unity gov't
    • CIOs and Zanu-PF members arrested for extortion
    • Company who own Tsvangirai 'killer' truck suspend administrator
    • Lithium could be Harare's lifeline
    • U.S. provides an additional US$2.2 million to support Zimbabwe’s failing health systems
    • "Zimbabwe Must Release Political Prisoners"
    • Mugabe Sanctions Still Needed
    • Mugabe's death zone
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 13 Mar 2009
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 14 Mar 2009
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 15 Mar 2009
    • The long, hard road to break free of an old regime
    • News Release - Water
    • Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe - Without the Crowds
    • Letter from America
    • Mugabe’s lavish lifestyle shouldn’t be rewarded
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 608 - Dated 15 March 2009
    • Susan Tsvangirai remembered in Coventry
  27. Batch 2 Posted 16/3/09
    • No evidence of Botswana training camps
    • Farm invasions, violence could soil IMF report on Zim
    • Remittances from African diaspora dry up in global recession
    • MDC demands review of 'national hero' status conferment
    • Starvation, drugs and prostitution: the miserable fate of Mugabe's orphans
    • Zimbabwe land grabs start again
    • DJ "Tich Mataz" arrested for alleged fraud
    • Zimbabwe, Diamonds and the Wrong Side of History
    • INTERVIEW: 'He is shaken by the accident itself'
    • On the destruction of Zimbabwean agriculture
    • Living through Zimbabwe's darkest hour
    • How different is new order from the old?
  28. Posted 16/3/09
    • Zimbabwe must repay debt, reform economy-CBank
    • Zim police free deputy mayor
    • A new daily for Zimbabwe
    • Tsvangirai Flies Out To S.Africa
    • Zanu PF Youths Terrorise Teachers
    • Top Post For Zimbabwean Girl Child
    • Bishop Verryn defends his efforts to help Zimbabwean refugees
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 14th March 2009
    • Zimbabwe: 'Unity' government in name only
    • Blood diamonds: 1.3 million carats 'missing'
    • Zimbabwe Unity Government needs to set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission -Lloyd Msipa
    • Bill Watch 9 of 13th 2009 [Number of Seats in Parliament Increased]
  29. Batch 3 Posted 15/3/09
    • SA goods hit shelves in Zimbabwe shops
    • Fierce Jostling for Governors' Posts
    • Mnangagwa Taken to Task Over Cabinet Appointments
    • Mtetwa fears arrest
    • Gibson Sibanda Could Lose Cabinet Appointment
    • Stakeholders Moot 100 Days to Improve Health
    • Makoni Wins Court Ruling Over `Mavambo' Assets
    • Kaseke's Powers at ZTA to be Clipped
    • Cresta Ploughs US$7m on Hotels' Facelift
    • Comment: Security lapses in Tsvangirai accident
    • Sunday Opinion: You Can blame it on the Culture of Violence
    • Zim Standard Letters
  30. Batch 2 Posted 15/3/09
    • Zimbabwe's Mugabe Calls for End to Political Violence
    • Mugabe says coalition is 'brother to brother'
    • Mugabe extends olive branch to West, says ready for partnership
    • Zimbabwe opposition official detained over violence: MDC
    • 'Zim needs healing after years of violence, rights abuses'
    • Struggling NRZ fails to raise forex deposit for locomotives
    • Issue of Mugabe's successor may threaten Zim stability
    • Zimbabwe's health care on critical list
    • Morgan Tsvangirai is the face of suffering Zimbabwe
    • MDC 'shell shocked' at Mahlangu's comments
    • Email chaos
    • Mugabe's untouchable friend
    • Harare City Council channels large chunk of ratepayers’ money towards salaries
    • ZBH license fees: A cause for concern
    • Veteran broadcaster Tich Mataz arrested
    • Take the biscuit - twice
    • Report: Air Zimbabwe B762 at London on Aug 3rd 2008, overwing slide deployed in flight
    • The International Criminal Court Spreads Its Tentacles
    • Susan Tsvangirai: a country mourns the First Lady of hope
    • Susan Tsvangirai would be pleased
  31. Posted 15/3/09
    • Govt Urgently Needs US$1b
    • Security Chiefs Boycott Tsvangirai Funeral
    • Attorney-General Accused of Targeting CFU Members
    • Detained Butau Loses Directorship
    • PF Zapu Congress Deferred
    • Raid 'mastermind' up for Fraud, Impersonation
    • Push for New Budget
    • Analysts Predict Drop in Grain and Cereal Production
    • Allowances Vanish in School Fees, Utility Bills
    • Basic Commodity Prices Down, Utilities up
    • Wounded Lions..Can they Arise?
    • 2008 Challenging Year for Tourism Industry
    • Wage Negotiations Deadlock Over ZCTU Claims
    • Property Prices Remain High
    • Eric Bloch: Continuing Sanctions Deception
    • GNU: Nothing has Changed Yet
    • Zim Needs Productive Unionism
    • Comment: Zanu PF's Roadblock to GNU Delivery
    • Delusional Mahoso Must Wake up to Reality
  32. Posted 14/3/09
    • MDC presses for national policy on hero status
    • Tsvangirai to attend Zvinavashe's burial at Heroes Acre
    • Khupe is Acting Prime Minister
    • Chiwenga may salute Tsvangirai at last
    • CPJ awardee Mtetwa faces possible arrest in Zimbabwe
    • Photojounalist and two MDC officials still in police custody
    • Another ISP reports "serious Internet issues affecting Zimbabwe"
    • Communications Minister says internet shut down now resolved
    • RBZ manager on the run
    • Agricultural inputs found hidden in a Church
    • Zimbabwe open for shopping
    • Hot off the press, money to burn
    • South African Officials Meet on Growing Number of Displaced
    • Tsvangirai crash driver's lawyer Chris Mhike on BTH
    • The Railways -- From Public Utility to Public Liability
    • Crynos Mufombori, "My heart bleeds for the school children"
    • A letter from the diaspora
    • The Horror and Hope of Zimbabwe: Roy Bennett Jailed, Released, and Forgives
    • Hoping for a miracle
    • Let's not forget Mutambara's contribution
    • The Book Café Youth Festival - Harare, Zimbabwe
    • New Book available through called "Saving Zimbabwe"
  33. Batch 2 Posted 13/3/09
    • Pay up or Zimbabwe deal fails, warns Biti
    • No easy answer to question of foreign aid for Zimbabwe
    • Bailed Roy Bennett tells of horror conditions in Mugabe jail
    • Attorneys for Freed Zimbabwe Cabinet Nominee Launch Next Step in his Legal Defense
    • Zim govt to implement "people-driven" constitutional reforms
    • Zimbabwean Government Plans Charm Offensive In Europe Seeking Aid
    • In Mudzi, shortages of fuel and medicine compound challenges of tackling cholera epidemic
    • More Than 700 Teachers Stranded: PTUZ
    • War veterans wage war over property
    • Mourning thousands overwhelm village
    • UK firm to help Zim regain top tourism destination status
    • Coventry memorial service announced for Susan Tsvangirai
    • UNHCR has created refugee 'crisis' in Joburg: Government
    • Evicting refugees spreads epidemic
    • Morgan Tsvangirai, don't be discouraged
  34. Posted 13/3/09
    • Roy Bennett released from prison
    • Bennett urges culture of forgiveness
    • Independent & Standard publisher to launch daily paper
    • ZCTU sets June deadline for minimum monthly wage payments
    • U.S. Embassy clarifies accident vehicle ownership
    • Another accident at same spot that killed Susan Tsvangirai
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 11 Mar 2009
    • Zanu (PF) looting frenzy continues
    • SW Radio Africa Transcript
    • Aid money almost too tight to mention
    • Zimbabweans in S.Africa unconvinced by unity deal
    • Siniukai Madondo, "We were thinking when we came off the train we'd find jobs"
    • Accident or not, MDC must let the dust settle
    • PEACE WATCH of 11th March 2009 [A Day of Remembrance]
    • Sir Albert Robinson
  35. Batch 2 Posted 12/3/09
    • ANC offers Tsvangirai facility to recover from injury, loss of wife
    • Tanzania's Kikwete urges help for Zimbabwe
    • Gono to launch daily newspaper
    • Police investigate MPs for theft
    • Soldiers, cops arrested at Chiyadzwa
    • 'Zim's collapsed health system compromises efforts to fight TB'
    • Red Cross Warns 9 Million Zimbabweans Could Need Food Assistance
    • Army Commander hails inclusive Govt
    • New Twist To Tsvangirai's Car Accident
    • Zimbabwe 'devastated by Mugabe'
    • Local leaders organised xenophobic violence: Report
    • Praise for 'mother of nation' Susan Tsvangirai
  36. Posted 12/3/09
    • Zimbabwe Supreme Court grants Bennett bail
    • ALERT: State possibly preparing to arrest Beatrice Mtetwa - unverified
    • Susan Tsvangirai buried in Buhera
    • Sadness tinged with new hope as Zimbabwe mourns Susan Tsvangirai
    • MDC says houses burnt down in Zimunya and Buhera
    • Australia boosts aid to Zimbabwe by $10m
    • Photojournalist's application dismissed
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 10 Mar 2009
    • Refugee crisis in Johannesburg sparks legal battle with church leader
    • Zimbabwe's unity government faces huge hurdles
    • Tsvangirai, Mugabe clash
    • Activists' Release A Positive Sign
  37. Batch 2 Posted 11/3/09
    • Zimbabwe Must Settle Multilateral Arrears Before Getting New Loans - IMF Official
    • Outburst of emotion as 15 000 crowd bids farewell to PM's wife
    • Zimbabwe: Will Unity Prevail? with Lucia Matibenga MP 11th March - MEETING CANCELLED
    • Dying at WHO's door
    • Precedent set for ICC to target Mugabe, says former war crimes prosecutor
    • MDC's condolence message on the death of Retired Army-General Zvinavashe
    • Mugabe says death of PM's wife was act of God, but doubts remain
    • SWRA's Lance Guma speaks to Dr Fay Chung
    • MDC lifts Chaibva suspension
    • Zim ISPs tell a story not otherwise reported
    • Statement by torture survivor's spouse on anniversary of 11 March 2007
    • Mutambara wrong on high-clearance vehicles
  38. Posted 11/3/09
    • Supreme Court reserves judgement on Bennett's bail
    • Thousands turn up for Susan Tsvangirai memorial
    • Robert Mugabe tells memorial service for Susan Tsvangirai: 'Violence must stop'
    • Mugabe pays tribute at Susan Tsvangirai memorial service
    • Mutambara booed at memorial service
    • Production grinds to a halt as Zimbabwean farm invasions continu
    • SADC Tribunal Rights Watch - 10 March 2009
    • Zimbabwe acknowledges IMF need for loan conditions
    • Zimbabwe photojournalist only political detainee in Chikurubi
    • General Vitalis Zvinavashe dies
    • Mnangagwa says no to appointments
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 09 Mar 2009
    • Who controls the water determines the severity of cholera
    • Cholera rising among Zimbabwe's neighbours
    • Zesa Denies U.S.$13 Million Coal Debt
    • MDC-T Activists' Application Dismissed
    • Controversy continues to rage over Tsvangirai accident
    • Morgan Tsvangirai rules out foul play in car crash
    • She would have made a superb First Lady
    • City of Harare Budget reaction
  39. Batch 2 Posted 10/3/09
    • Zimbabwean police shortage 'worst since independence'
    • Zimbabwe Public Funeral Gatherings Present Cholera Risk - Doctor
    • Zimbabwe's Main Trade Union Sets Out Hard-Currency Pay Demand
    • Refugees face eviction from Johannesburg church premises
    • Zimbabwe tourism chief laments airline blockade
    • Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) Statement on International Women's Day, 8th March 2009
    • From Bad To Worse In Zimbabwe
    • A personal and political tragedy
    • Death highlights hopelessness of situation
    • To a brave lady
  40. Posted 10/3/09
    • Prime Minister says car crash was an accident
    • Tsvangirai crash driver appears in court
    • 'I'm heartbroken' - Tsvangirai pays tribute to his wife
    • Prison conditions are "the worst I have ever experienced" - Roy Bennett
    • Update on trial of Williams and Mahlangu
    • IMF team begins consultations with Zim authorities
    • Gideon Gono pelted with Z$ by angry mourners
    • Farewell ceremony at Glamis Stadium
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 08 Mar 2009
    • On the cholera frontline
    • Junior Officers Sing Tsvangirai's Praises
    • Zim teachers back at work
    • Australia hints at policy shift
    • Harare residents dismiss 2009 city budget
    • TI-Zimbabwe castigates corruption at Harare City Council
    • Massive corruption uncovered at Town House
    • Violent Zanu PF Commanders Get Jail Sentences
    • Tourism industry loses US$ 34m
    • Mugabe, JOMIC struck prisoners deal
    • Mujuru's diamond mine stake questioned
    • Calls grow for independent investigation of Tsvangirai crash
    • NRZ Loses U.S.$108 000 Worth of Equipment
    • Break on Food Inflation Eases Hardships
    • ADF statement on Zimbabwe
    • Workers sent Home as Banks Feel the Pinch
    • Sokwanele Newsletter : Zimbabwe mourns the death of Susan Tsvangirai
    • A tragic portrait
    • Canada cancel Zimbabwe warm-up tour
  41. Batch 2 Posted 9/3/09
    • Morgan Tsvangirai crash 'was designed to eliminate leader'
    • Grieving Morgan Tsvangirai to return amid MDC fears of power grab
    • USAID driver to appear in court Monday
    • State wants Bennett to remain behind bars
    • WOZA speaks as world marks international women's day
    • Bill Watch 8 of 8th March 2009 [Prime Minister's Maiden Speech]
    • Starvation of a nation
    • Africa Seeks a Single Currency
    • JAG - SADC Tribunal Rights Watch COmmunique dated 8 March 2009
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 608 - Dated 8 March 2009
    • Africans, Don't Blame the Whites
    • Tsvangirai in an accident? What accident?
    • JAG - condolence communique
    • Obituary - Susan Tsvangirai
  42. Posted 9/3/09
    • Tsvangirai's wife to be buried on Wednesday
    • Tsvangirai's absence may leave void in Zimbabwe
    • Roy Bennett bail hearing scheduled for Tuesday
    • Roy Bennett has been told about the death of Susan Tsvangirai
    • Botswana attacks Zimbabwe regime
    • Transcript: FT interview with president of Botswana - excerpt
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 7th March 2009
    • Zimpapers went on strike
    • ZAPU launched in South Africa
    • Roy Bennett's cellmate dies
    • Harare water shortage continues
    • Zim refugees flood Jhb
    • Business round up for Sunday
    • Comment from a correspondent
    • Mugabe's culpability
    • Post your condolence messages on Sokwanele
  43. Batch 2 Posted 8/3/09
    • Tsvangirai death crash truck driver named
    • Stephen Smith seeks probe into Tsvangirai car crash
    • Ministerial Retreat Set for Victoria Falls
    • Mudzuri Flexes His Muscles
    • Mukoko, abductees relive their ordeal
    • High Court Challenge on Passport Charges
    • Lawyers for Detained Rights Activists Accuse Police of Defying Court Order
    • Emilia Zindi Charged
    • Clashes Loom as ex-Zipra Bids to Reclaim Properties
    • Constitution: Urgent Education Needed
    • New Terror for Returning Rural Teachers
    • Aids Activists Bemoan Lack of Resources
    • Call for Embargo on Zim Diamonds
    • ZITF U-turn on Fees
    • ZCTU Demands US$454 min wage
    • Workers sent Home as Banks Feel the Pinch
    • 'Dollarisation' lures Back Crooks, Robbers, say Police
    • Alex Magaisa: Zimbabwe's Maze of the 'Rule of Law'
    • Sunday View: Property Rights Door to Foreign Investment
    • Comment: Review Security for new Leaders
    • Zim Standard Letters
    • Scraping the funds together
    • The flight of the beautiful mother bird
    • We are a nation in mourning
    • Susan Tsvangirai's death a great loss to Zimbabwe
    • Litany of sinister deaths
  44. Posted 8/3/09
    • Zimbabwe PM flown to Botswana after crash
    • Rumours fly after Tsvangirai crash
    • MDC to launch own investigation
    • Official: Tsvangirai believes fatal crash was deliberate
    • Photographer arrested at crash scene
    • Police Loot at Tsvangirai Accident Scene
    • Police arrest driver
    • MDC: Susan Tsvangirai was a mother of our struggle
    • Zim media silent on Tsvangirai's loss
    • Susan Tsvangirai, thank you
  45. Batch 3 Posted 7/3/09
    • Susan Tsvangirai - An ordinary woman with extraordinary charm
    • MDC: No reason to treat Tsvangirai crash as suspicious
    • Fatal Tsvangirai crash 'was not accident', says MDC
    • Tsvangirai in stable condition in hospital
    • Analysis: What Susan Tsvangirai's death means for Zimbabwe
    • Suspicion Over Death Of Zimbabwe PM's Wife
    • Mugabe Allies Intensify Bid to Take Farms of Whites
    • Inclusive Govt Must Respect Human Rights
    • Zimbabwe: A seat at the table
  46. Batch 2 Posted 7/3/09
    • Tsvangirai : danger lurks on black spot road
    • Tsvangirai describes accident to officials
    • Zimbabwe Mourns Death of Susan Tsvangirai, PM's Wife, In Highway Crash
    • Roy Bennett is kept in jail as security chiefs put pressure on judiciary
    • Registrar General taken to court over passport fees
    • Court orders release of 3 MDC activists
    • South Africa mulls credit line for Zimbabwe
    • Family 'tortured' by Mugabe's thugs face deportation from UK
  47. Posted 7/3/09
    • Morgan Tsvangirai and his wife in car accident, Mrs Tsvagirai has died as a result
    • Deon Theron in custody - was taking pictures of the scene of the accident
    • Wife of Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is killed in car crash
    • Mutare Magistrate arrested for ordering release of Bennett
    • Staff at AG's office expose external intervention
    • Fate of Zimbabwe central bank governor key to aid
    • Distrust of Mugabe deters donors
    • Mukoko - an untold story of suffering
    • 700 families displaced as fresh farm invasions continue
    • Outrage over new US$ fees for schools
    • Official: Zimbabwean justice system broken
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 05 Mar 2009
    • Schools' Relief Aid Suspended
    • CHRA urges residents to reject the astronomical 2009 city budget
    • Britain defends help for elderly leaving Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe: Returning home with hope
    • Zimbabweans hold their breath
    • Daily life in Zimbabwe
    • More funny money
    • A letter from the diaspora
    • MDC must finally take the bull by the horns
    • Mbeki named to heal Bashir rift
  48. Batch 2 Posted 6/3/09
    • New school fee structure announced
    • Zim landowners freed in farm seizure case
    • Judge's stolen land taken back from him - by Mugabe's wife
    • Doctors Without Borders: Zimbabwe restricting access
    • Food Availability Improves In Zimbabwe - For Those With Hard Currency
    • Fugitive Butau appears in court
    • As Mugabe throws parties in Zimbabwe, one in ten children in his country are destined to die before their fifth birthday
    • Showdown in Cabinet
    • Mugabe Loyalists Fight to spy on Citizens
    • I'm not Zanu PF Provincial Chairman - Nyanhongo
    • Appointment of Additional Ministers Unconstitutional
    • Abductees can still sue - Legal Experts
    • Mugabe Bash: Scraps for 'povo' as VVIPs gorge
    • Three International Airlines Chased Away
    • Financial Sector's Dilemma: to Bank or not to Bank?
    • 'Zero' 2007 Financial Results for Companies
    • Banks Redeem Treasury bills, woo Depositors
    • Lack of Inflation Figures Affects Listed Companies
    • Property Market at a Standstill
    • Govt a Stimulus for Growth
    • Zim Currency Reform - No Easy Choices
    • 'No' Vote was a People's Victory, not a 'mistake'
    • Infamous Birthday Bash and Immoral Leadership
    • Candid Comment: Compelling Case for Reform
    • Comment: No More Horror
    • We Need a Culture of Accountability
    • Muckraker: Zanu PF's bad boy Image will Keep Begging Bowl Empty
    • Editor's Memo: Tsvangirai's Halfway House
  49. Posted 6/3/09
    • The state blocks release of Roy Bennett
    • Supreme court ruling
    • High Court Judge implicated in land grab
    • Zim farmer protected by SADC ruling harassed by Senate President
    • Tsvangirai says cholera figures 'underestimated'
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 04 Mar 2009
    • IMF team to visit Zimbabwe
    • Biti, Chamisa, visit detained activists
    • EU earmarks R3bn for Africa
    • Currency vouchers for soldiers stolen
    • Thousands of Zimbabweans stranded as SA shuts refugee camp
    • Middle-aged Women Keeping Zimbabwean Economy Afloat
    • Progress Report
    • MDC outraged over Bennett detention
    • Whose land?
    • The MDC continues conceding too much too often to ZANU-PF
  50. Batch 2 Posted 5/3/09
    • Decision on Bennett imminent
    • AG still frustrating Bennett's release - MDC
    • Barack Obama prolongs US sanctions on Zimbabwe
    • Police ordered to allow family visits for witnesses in MDC terrorism case
    • Banks refuse withdrawals, claiming lack of US dollars
    • Rural schools in Masvingo remain closed
    • Mbeki chided over Zim
    • Stop your racist land grab, tribunal tells Robert Mugabe
    • Zimbabwe lawyers advising white farmers badly
    • Calls for urgent action on food shortages
    • Up to 1,000 Amnesty International Activists to Convene in Boston For Annual National Conference, March 27-29
    • Who dares to shut Mugabe up?
    • Bashir warrant should make dictators wary
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 607 - Dated 3 March 2009
  51. Posted 5/3/09
    • The Inaugural Address by the Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Morgan Tsvangirai, to the Seventh Parliament of Zimbabwe
    • Bennett's release imminent as Mutare magistrate agrees to free him
    • Zimbabwe Supreme Court to rule Thursday on Bennett bail
    • Farmers slam 'ludicrous' court decision to nullify SADC tribunal ruling
    • Zimbabwe Accuses Governments of Demonizing Its Human Rights Record
    • Fate of Zimbabwe central bank governor key to aid
    • Zimbabwe Inclusive Government Watch : Issue 3
    • Learning resumes at Zimbabwean schools
    • Three student leaders arrested at Bindura University demo
    • Zimbabwe Education in Desperate Circumstances
    • Senior police officer 'disappears' with Bennett's passpor
    • Zimbabwe asks for $2B amid more political problems
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 03 Mar 2009
    • 86 MDC Activists Freed
    • Angry Workers Set Sugarcane Ablaze
    • Woman of Terror - (Jestina Mukoko - Portrait of an alleged 'Terrorist')
    • Reuben Barwe "goes to town, panel-beating" Robert Mugabe birthday address
    • Retired Judge Smith got It horribly wrong on the appointment of Permanent Secretaries
    • Mugabe Beneficiary of Gono's Selective Prosecution For Externalisation?
    • Voices from Zimbabwe
    • Blood, land and sanctions - part 1
    • Blood, land and sanctions - part 2
    • PEACE WATCH of 4th March 2009 [Bail Offer for 13 Political Detainees]
  52. Batch 2 Posted 4/3/09
    • Update on the aductees from ZLHR
    • IMF Holds Talks With South Africa on Helping Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai Takes Ex Officio Seat In Lower House of Parliament
    • High Court nullifies Sadc Tribunal ruling
    • Fugitive legislator arrested at airport
    • Herald newspaper censors CSO's communique
    • Mahoso's MIC is now a ghost - MDC
    • Wife says Bennett let down by MDC
    • Changes to UK student visa applications
    • Cholera in a time of health system collapse
    • Elephants trample Zimbabwe's precious crops
    • Matt Damon moved by plight of Zimbabwean refugees
    • Why reject US$1 notes?
    • Residents in solidarity with Mukoko and fellow activists.
    • Residents get shocking burial fees while council employees earn big!!!
    • Whither Zimbabwe?
    • Finding paradise in the lost world of Zim
  53. Posted 4/3/09
    • Zimbabwe court orders release of Bennett
    • Tsvangirai takes oath as leader of government in Parliament
    • Mnangagwa's name linked to diamonds
    • WOZA activists released on bail
    • 89 MDC supporters still in custody in Nyanga
    • High court grants bail to eight MDC activists from Mbare
    • Teachers fail to return to work
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 02 Mar 2009
    • Zimbabwe cholera cases could double - doctors
    • 30 strains of cholera as death toll approaches 4,000
    • ZBH Pays Workers With Mealie-Meal
    • George Charamba faces chop
    • Nkomo escalates farm battle
    • Price of corruption
    • How to rule in 2009
  54. Batch 2 Posted 3/3/09
    • It was painful, says Mukoko
    • JAG - stop press communique
    • Former prisoners allege beatings in Harare
    • Tsvangirai to be sworn into Parliament today
    • Zimbabwe legislature to closely monitor inclusive gov't
    • Zimbabwe PM Tsvangirai Said To Confront President Mugabe Over Farm Seizures
    • SA considering availing credit lines to Harare: Motlanthe
    • Doctors Fear High Risk of Drug-Resistant TB
    • Zimbabwe's HIV/AIDS Population Obscured, Decimated By Cholera Epidemic
    • SA closes refugee camp in Pretoria
    • ZTA chief strips waiter of his substandard shoes
    • Makoni, Mandaza do battle over funds
    • In South Africa, few comforts await children fleeing Zimbabwe
    • The MDC versus the secret criminal cabal
    • Time for an African Solution or Sanctions?
    • Should I return home? A medical professional reflects
    • JAG open letter forum - No. 606 - Dated 2nd March 2009
    • Zimbabwe: will unity prevail? with Lucia Matibenga MP
  55. Posted 3/3/09
    • Mukoko and 12 other political detainees granted bail
    • Elderly farm couple severely beaten as farm invasions continue
    • 8 MDC activists granted bail on Sunday
    • NCA spokesman Madock Chivasa & 5 activists released on bail
    • Tsvangirai, Mugabe & Mutambara meet to finalise appointments
    • Mugabe vetoes resignations by service chiefs: think-tank
    • Zimbabwe minister says owners of acquired farms be allowed to wind down operations
    • Britain orders Kunonga assets to be frozen
    • Zimbabwe's blood diamonds
    • Roy Bennett heartened by the release of Jestiona Mukoko
    • Zimbabwe's food security eases
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 01 Mar 2009
    • Lord Malloch-Brown discusses Zimbabwe
    • Passport fees - a denial of rights
    • African Union's Shortcomings Limit African Solutions
    • Zimbabwe Business Watch : Week 10
    • Opening up Zimbabwe's airwaves
    • TRANSPORT-ZIMBABWE: Your Money And Your Life
    • Tinashe Moyo, The Zimbabwe dollar is not only worthless but unavailable
    • Statement by the Heads of Denominations on new govt
    • Zimbabwe's fuel scam
    • No unconditional aid to Zimbabwe - DA
    • Externalization revisited
    • The separation of powers doctrine revisited
    • Mugabe brand breeds corruption
  56. Batch 2 Posted 2/3/09
    • Mugabe can appoint secretaries - Justice Smith
    • Madhuku up in arms over constitution
    • MISA-Zimbabwe statement on the inclusive government and media reforms
    • No easy choices available for Zimbabwe currency reform
    • Too soon to lift sanctions against Zanu (PF), despite SADC call
    • Gono diverts funds to ZANU (PF)
    • Fighting for the future - Gono v Biti & Mutambara escalates into Mugabe v Mutambara fight
    • Election candidate now destitute refugee
    • Amendment No. 19 Act differs from Bill
    • Bill Watch 7 of 1st March 2009 [Parliamentary Agenda]
    • Communiqué on the Establishment of a Civil Society Monitoring Mechanism
    • Mugabe must go
    • Future of white people in Zimbabwe
    • Lessons from French history
  57. Posted 2/3/09
    • Zanu-PF hardliners 'attempting to sabotage' Zimbabwe's power-sharing government
    • Mugabe and Tsvangirai discuss Roy Bennett
    • First two of 16 MDC detainees freed on bail
    • Zimbabwe farmer attacks Mugabe's 'blatant bullying'
    • Mugabe calls on Tsvangirai to condemn sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 28th February 2009
    • WOZA Activist Jenni Williams Faces Trial Thursday, March 5
    • Daily cholera update and alerts, 28 Feb 2009
    • Zimbabwe bailout will not go down drain - Dlamini-Zuma
    • UK Parliament
    • New Radio Broadcasts from Emirates
    • Subsistence to cyberspace
    • Vacate those farms
    • The stumbling blocks to Zimbabwe unity
    • An intriguing story...
  58. Batch 2 Posted 1/3/09
    • Mugabe Parties While Zimbabwe Collapses
    • Prof. Mutambara: Mugabe's personal opinion does not constitute
    • Seaway touted as a bonanza for landlocked African states
    • Tsvangirai Snubs Mugabe Party
    • PM Sees the Decay First Hand
    • 8 Abductees Granted Bail at Last
    • Pandemonium
    • Exodus of Key Staff Worries Bulawayo Council
    • US Dollar Knocks out Flashy 'dealers'
    • War Veterans Demand Dues in Forex
    • Report 'without fear or favour' Journos Told
    • Starving Villagers Look to NGOs for Salvation
    • Firms Threaten ZITF Boycott Over US$ fees
    • ZSE Levies to Protect Investors
    • What Future for Zim Monetary Policy?
    • Alex Magaisa: Revisiting 'dead'capital on Zimbabwe's Farms
    • Sunday View: Youth Must Play Active in Shaping Zim Democracy
    • Comment: Central bank should not probe itself
    • Revived Zapu Provides Clean Break
    • Zim Standard Letters
  59. Posted 1/3/09
    • Mugabe calls on white farmers to leave, during lavish birthday celebrations
    • Mugabe says gov't to push for control of firms
    • Shout out! Send sms messages to Radio Netherlands
    • Speaker Says Corruption Must Be Curbed
    • Zimbabwe's Students, on Their Own
    • Some very interesting news
    • Political violence resurges in Masvingo
    • Mugabe to conditionally free prisoners
    • Mutambara locks horns with Mugabe
    • Mugabe is winning battle for soul of Zimbabwe
    • Should tourists now return to Zimbabwe?
    • Zimbabwe: A beautiful land in need of a change of fortune
    • Zimbabwe Experience - a History Lesson

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  136. April 2002 archive
  137. March 2002 archive
  138. February 2002 archive
  139. January 2002 archive
  140. November & December 2001 archive
  141. October 2001 Archive
  142. September 2001 Archive
  143. July & August 2001 archive
  144. May & June 2001 archive
  145. April 2001 Archive
  146. March 2001 Archive
  147. February 2001 Archive
  148. January 2001 Archive
  149. December 2000 Archive
  150. October/November 2000 Archive
  151. September 2000 Archive
  152. August 2000 Archive
  153. July 2000 Archive
  154. June 2000 Archive
  155. May 2000 Archive
  156. April 2000 Archive
  157. March 2000 Archive
I will be only to happy to post any further information if anyone wishes ~ Karen
Please let me know if you find links which do not work