The ZIMBABWE Situation

April 2010 ARCHIVE

NEWS and Other Articles
  1. Batch 3 Posted 30/4/10
    • Police join diamond rush
    • MDC-T violence probe report out today
    • Facilitators meet principals over talks
    • Parastatal salaries probe hits brick wall
    • Civil society slams Copac for omitting ‘key’ points
    • Nothing much to smile about for the worker
    • Land dispute: Murerwa subpoenaed
    • Bulawayo sees the clenched fist
    • Hosting Ahmadinejad an own goal –– analysts
    • Bitter Mugabe, Ahmadinejad stick it to the West
    • Mutambara set to attend World Economic Forum
    • When doing business locally rewards...
    • Govt to indigenise Great Dyke mines
    • Mine workers issue strike warning
    • ‘Informal sector decline a threat to GNU’
    • Textile industry still reeling from cheap imports
    • Properties, rentals more expensive
    • Bank charges way above region
    • Muckraker: A rogue ‘best’ friend we could do without
    • Eric Bloch: Price controls a death knell
    • Comment: MDC mere junior partners in GNU
    • Editor's Memo: Violent streak must be nipped in the bud
  2. Batch 2 Posted 30/4/10
    • Zim probes salaries of state firms’ bosses
    • ZCTU slams Biti’s remarks on labour laws
    • Zimbabwe does it again, beats Pakistan
    • Zimbabwe's Economic Recovery Stalls, Burning New Class of Investors
    • Zuma Facilitators Hand Talks Report To Zimbabwe Leaders
    • Exasperation in Pretoria as Zimbabwe Power-Sharing Negotiations Gear Up Again
    • Zimbabwe Minister Says No Decision on Where North Koreans Will Train for Cup
    • Zimbabwe Pensioners Struggle to Survive on a Pittance in Dollarized Economy
    • Zuma rules out farm invasions in SA
    • Matombo, the voice of Zimbabwe’s workers
    • Delays in by-elections illegal, says Madhuku
    • Zimbabwe Women's Conference Ends With Call for Accelerated Media Reform
    • Ethiopia reburies Mengistu victims
  3. Posted 30/4/10
    • Statement on the status of the Zimbabwe constitutional reform process- ZZZICOMP
    • Mugabe remains stumbling block in efforts to implement GPA
    • 3 'border jumpers' drown in Limpopo
    • Zimbabwe schools produce worst results
    • ZESN says GNU making no effort to create safe election environment
    • Minister raps RG’s Office over TTDs
    • Complainants bail out Prison Service
    • Tension rises in Mwenezi after schoolboy kills Zanu PF thug
    • Anglican Bishop's desperate plea over police repression
    • Debate on death penalty rages in Zimbabwe
    • Tourism minister in climb down over North Korean team visit
    • Funerals for Zimbabwe Politicians Spark Debate Over National Hero Designation
    • Plastic money shift
    • City housing backlog shocker
    • Zimbabwe’s five pillars of anarchy
    • Who is funding the Zanu pf backed ZIMTA?
    • Appeal from Coventry
  4. Posted 29/4/10
    • Cranswick denies High Court has approved sale of diamonds
    • Zimbabwe's Controversial Diamonds Not for Sale
    • Zimbabwe must scrap sale of 'blood diamonds': rights group
    • Teachers leader urges civil servants to go on hunger strike over wages
    • Zuma Facilitators Return To Zimbabwe
    • North Korea venue change 'purely a sporting issue'
    • Freelance Journalist Summoned To Appear In Court
    • MDC demands spy’s arrest
    • No movement towards implementing constitutional reform process
    • North Korea Fears Soccer Players May Seek Asylum In South Africa
    • New election rules leave rigging risk, say experts
    • Zanu (PF) continues to thwart MDC … political persecution, violence continues
    • Tomana In Hot Soup
    • Mission to supply Zim pensioners
    • Zimbabwe’s best arts festival
  5. Batch 2 Posted 28/4/10
    • MDC wants independent land commission
    • Western governments manipulating KP: Harare
    • Australia suffer shock loss to Zimbabwe ahead of Twenty20 World Cup
    • Zimbabwe Prime Minister Tsvangirai In Consultations With Botswana's Ian Khama
    • Zimbabwe Parliamentary Panel Questions Health Officials On Deadly Measles Outbreak
    • Mutambara rules out elections next year
    • Police request more evidence against Chiyangwa
    • Nhema, Maluleke differ on Gonarezhou invaders
    • MDC probes violence at headquarters
    • World Cup arrivals drop as world recession bites
    • Savings Spurned in Zimbabwe Water Purification
  6. Posted 28/4/10
    • Zimbabwe court approves 'blood diamond' sale
    • Tsvangirai On Regional Diplomatic Offensive Mission
    • 45,000 teachers quit in last 10 years: ZIMTA
    • Police Bar Zimrights Photo Exhibition, Arrest Three
    • Watchdog queries independence of new elections body
    • Operation Murambatsvina style eviction of Zimbabweans in SA
    • Twelve UZ students arrested over ‘fake’ receipts, finally released
    • ZANU PF MP accused of fuelling political violence in Muzarabani
    • Former Farm Workers Stranded And Living In Squalor
    • Boy (15) Murders Zanu (PF) Terror Master In Revenge For Dad
    • Only 47 surgical doctors left in Zimbabwe
    • Bulawayo Rejects Chombo's Imposed Councillors
    • Harare International Festival of the Arts kicks off
    • Measles and cholera cases a headache in Buhera
    • Zanu- Ndonga Petitions Tsvangirai
    • Zimbabwe Government accepts ILO Commission of Inquiry’s recommendations
    • MTN closes in on Telecel
    • HOT SEAT: Matombo says MDC disengaged too early from ZCTU
    • Giving Farm Workers a Voice
    • The day fear paid a visit to Bulawayo
  7. Batch 2 Posted 27/4/10
    • Zimbabwe says no uranium deal with Iran
    • Gasela’s tragic accident shows breakdown of rule of law on roads
    • Government raked in millions for rejected travel document
    • Government to save RBZ
    • Zimbabwe working on migration policy to tap into Diaspora resources
    • Chinese bank seeks stake in IDBZ
    • China to finance Kariba South expansion
    • ZESA launches solar project in rural areas
    • Lawyers for Zimbabwe Ruling Parties Agree Questionnaires for Constitutional Outreach
    • 5 journalists summoned to testify in Chiyangwa land case
    • Dairy farming chaotic
    • Zanu (PF) Revives Paper
    • Bulawayo Pressure Groups Determined To Block North Korean Team
    • Farm invasions worsen plight of displaced: WFP
    • A Brussels based dialogue between the Zimbabwean Civil Society and the EU Commission
    • Bill Watch Special of 26th April 2010 [Parliamentary Committee Meetings 26th to 29th April]
    • PEACE WATCH of 23rd April 2010 [Launch of E-Discussion Forum]
  8. Batch 1 Posted 27/4/10
    • Conflicting statements over Sizzla land offer
    • Government takes Chiyangwa’s land
    • Marondera residents sue Chombo
    • RG’s Office to blame for TTD chaos, SA
    • Illegal settlers threaten Chipinge magistrate
    • Mines committee barred from Chiadzwa again
    • Zanu PF ghost still haunting Zapu?
    • Shawasha Hostels: living rough personified
    • Anger boils over Garikai houses
    • Alternate therapy for malaria as effective as gold standard treatment
    • Kasukuwere firm dragged to court
    • Moyana bounces back at RBZ
    • Mineral production on the rise — Mpofu
    • Econet launches free phone service for less privileged
    • Editor's Desk: A sad political prophecy that came true
    • Sundayview: Second rape of Zimbabwe
    • Sundayopinion: Death penalty inhuman
    • Comment: Students’ grievances demand attention
  9. Posted 26/4/10
    • 3 MDC officials killed in car accident‏
    • Iran strikes secret nuclear mining deal with Zimbabwe's Mugabe regime
    • Soldier charged over alleged shooting at Chiadzwa
    • Swedish organization funds returned migrants in Zimbabwe
    • ICC delegation coming
    • Academics dominate new human rights body
    • Mugabe, the land baron
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 24th April 2010
    • Zizi
    • Indigenisation and empowerment : which way Zimbabwe ?
  10. Posted 25/4/10
    • Zimbabwe Attorney General Said to Be Revising Black Empowerment Regulations
    • 4 journos to testify in land theft case
    • Stranded Zimbabweans told to return home
    • Beer Price Shoots Up In Zimbabwe
    • East Africa Submarine Cable System (EASSY) completed, launching in June
    • An ode to Zimbabwe, pierced with love and irony
    • Constitution Watch 4/2010 - 23rd April [Outreach Talking Points -Part I]
    • Constitution Watch 5/2010 of 23rd April [Outreach Talking Points -Part II]
  11. Posted 24/4/10
    • Zimbabwe-Iran: Uranium deals against debts?
    • Zimbabwe's Mugabe backs Iran's nuclear programme
    • Ahmadinejad snubs Mugabe’s security
    • MDC suspends ‘violent’ youths
    • Land Scandal Opens A Can Of Worms
    • Zimbabwean government could lose more assets in SADC
    • Illegal Diamond Miner Killed
    • Mutare council rejects directive to pay former Commission chairman
    • Rights commissioner set to be dropped
    • GNU parties to nominate NEC members
    • Zim Voice of Democracy: A big thank you to Britain
    • A letter from the diaspora
    • Harare set for big bash
  12. Batch 2 Posted 23/4/10
    • IMF revises Harare economic growth forecast
    • Mugabe, Ahmadinejad rail against Western sanctions
    • Biti says incompetent bureaucrats running CSO
    • War veterans lobby for more compensation
    • Zimbabwe Police Yet To Serve Summons on Lawmaker Probing Diamond Operations
    • Iranians stranded in Bulawayo
    • Governor to order Chiwewe’s eviction
    • Russian firm to mine at Bennett’s estate
    • Inside Labour: Malema twists the history of Zimbabwe
    • Govt revises indigenisation
    • MDC snubs Ahmadinejad’s arrival ceremony
    • Industry in dire need of capital injection –– Ncube
    • Energy crisis set to worsen
    • 2010 first quarter economic review
    • Wage bill: An albatross around govt’s neck
    • Gold battles to regain lost glitter
    • Biti raises spectre of price controls
    • Muckraker: Municipal police need their wings clipped
    • Eric Bloch: Biti got it wrong
    • ‘High production costs fueling inflation’
    • Sanctions must stay until real change
  13. Posted 23/4/10
    • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives in Zimbabwe to meet new friend Robert Mugabe
    • Tsvangirai's party slams "scandalous" Ahmadinejad invitation
    • Iran begins war games in Persian Gulf oil route
    • Iceland volcano ash forces cancellation of EU-Zimbabwe talks
    • South Africa refuses to accept new Zimbabwe travel document
    • Police Back-track On MDC Demo
    • South African farmer accuses Zimbabwe authorities of ethnic cleansing
    • FIFA World Cup SA: a Deadline for Death in Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe's War Vets Seeking Compensation From Britain
    • Mix of hope and resignation about the return of independent press
    • Mutambara says violation of human rights doesnt collapse economy
    • Zimbabwean women rescued from "Slave trade" operation
    • Church Camping Site Torched
    • African 'Jewish' tribe displays its lost ark
    • Harare Jazz Festival - A Success
    • Bulawayo music festival 2010
    • "I shout; I speak out on issues concerning women living with HIV"
    • Foreigners and local whites out
    • Commonwealth Documents from 1979 Released to the Public
    • A Criminal Act: Child Soldiers
    • PEACE WATCH 5/2010 of 21st April [When is it a Crime or Disturbanceof the Peace to take a Photograph?]
  14. Batch 2 Posted 22/4/10
    • We’ve failed to end uncertainty: Tsvangirai
    • Ahmadinejad to arrives in Zimbabwe today
    • Zimbabwe Struggling To Repay Iran's Loan
    • Zimbabwe ministerial seeks team to mend EU ties
    • Power Cut Leaves Harare Dry
    • Suspected ZANU-PF Militants Invade Game Ranch in Zimbabwe's Beitbridge District
    • Political Tensions Over Zimbabwe Diamond Field Increase as Police Seek Lawmaker
    • Congressman Asks US Treasury Department to Probe Russian's Zimbabwe Dealings
    • Zimbabwean PM Tsvangirai Deplores Corruption, Smuggling of Mineral Resources
    • Zanu-PF accused of using army in campaign
    • SA Rejects New Ttds
    • Child drop-out rate increases
    • UNICEF, WHO And Health Ministry Move To Contain Zimbabwe's Measles Crisis
    • Open letter to AG and security council
    • Revising history can mean two things
  15. Posted 22/4/10
    • Land theft case: Mayor charged with defamation
    • Trial date set for Mayor and 8 councillors in Chiyangwa case
    • ZANU PF youths target son of activist murdered 10 years ago
    • Tourism Minister Ordered To Return Mugabe's Missing Gifts
    • Zimbabwean Finance Minister Biti Says Labor Laws Need Revision to Reflect Reality
    • Zimbabwe Parliament Mines Committee Again Blocked in Diamond Oversight Mission
    • Zimbabwe Authorities Set Up Emergency Clinics To Battle Deadly Measles Outbreaks
    • Indigenisation deadline extended as minister targets mines first
    • Zimbabwe empowerment laws worry foreign investors
    • Japan Donates U.S.$13,3 Million for Health, Education Ministries
    • Harare, EU reschedule talks
    • SABC's Special Assignment scoops international award
    • Russia keen to invest in Zim mines
    • Chombo’s company struggles to construct Harare’s Joshua Nkomo Airport Expressway Road
    • Website Tracks Illicit Traffickers for Aid Groups
    • Zim criminals raising money for good defense
    • Sleight of Hand
    • lands South Africa-to-Zimbabwe Remittance Corridor
    • A traumatised generation
    • Impacts of drought on a community in Matabeleland South
  16. Posted 21/4/10
    • Company Take-overs Will Start With Mines - Minister
    • Over 400 firms submit BEE plans to Zimbabwe gov’t : Minister
    • Four WOZA activists finally released
    • WOZA Women Experienced Hell In Prison
    • ZITF Dominated By Iranian Companies
    • Volcanic Ash Affects ZITF
    • Court cases against 300 MDC activists drag on in Manicaland
    • Two MDC district leaders arrested for ‘disrespecting’ ZPF governor
    • Female Trader Beaten Up By War Vets Dies
    • Harare Mayor And MDC Councillors In Court
    • Zanu (PF) youths attack Gwanda council employee
    • Human Rights Watch Criticizes Media Repression in Zimbabwe
    • Makoni Takes Portion Of Blame For Mugabe's Political Mess
    • Zimbabwe set for dramatic boost in internet speed
    • EU pledges eight million dollars to Zim constitution reform
    • Zimbabwean police must end intimidation of activists
    • The Zimbabwe Dollar aganst the US Dollar - chart since 1980
    • Residents irked by the rowdy behaviour of municipal police
    • Chombo and Chiyangwa fume
    • CHRA calls for the suspension of the National Youths Training Program
    • From the archive - A new Mugabe?
  17. Batch 2 Posted 20/4/10
    • Israeli funding Zim diamond mining
    • Document Shows SA Company Linked To Diamond Scandal
    • Zimbabwe FM Biti, Civil Servants on Collision Course Over Freezing of Salaries
    • Zimbabwe sets stage for internet revolution: Chamisa
    • Zimbabwe Constitutional Revision Process Remains Stalled; Funding Issues Cited
    • Harare council employees earning thousands of dollars a month
    • ‘SA land reform affecting sugar sector investment’
    • Statement by Secretary Clinton on Zimbabwe's National Day
    • Interview: Lovemore Madhuku and Paul Themba Nyathi
    • Zimbabwean Hollywood giant
    • Zimbabwe’s electricity tariffs unrealistic
  18. Posted 20/4/10
    • WOZA 4 spend Independence weekend behind bars
    • SA government silent on invasion of BIPPA protected Zim ranch
    • Police refuse to investigate Chiyangwa & Chombo land deals
    • Mudenge Elbowed Out Of Farm
    • Mugabe offers Jamaican artist farm for ZANU-PF public relations
    • Villagers beaten for wearing red
    • Zanu PF Senator Heckled At Church
    • Tourism minister urges no protests against North Korean soccer team
    • Early warning system for violence needed: Group
    • World Cup – A Dream Shattered
    • Mugabe’s call for peace and tolerance greeted with scepticism
    • Mugabe's call for peace rings hollow ahead of elections
    • Bill Watch Special of 19th April 2010 [Parliamentary Committees: Provision for E-Mail Submissions]
  19. Posted 19/4/10
    • Zimbabwe's 30th birthday: how did Robert Mugabe turn hope into misery?
    • Zimbabwe's child cadets parade for independence anniversary celebrations
    • Tsvangirai Played Second Fiddle At Celebrations
    • Zimbabe President Calls for End to Inter-Party Violence
    • Zimbabwe at 30: a tale of broken promises
    • African viewpoint: House of Stone at 30
    • Independence Day Protest – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 17th April 2010
    • Zimbabwe business take overs stay, Mugabe pledges
    • Mugabe eyes World Cup tourism boost for Zimbabwe
    • ZESA 4 remain in custody for Independence
    • Minister appeals for calm over North Korean team visit
    • Key dates in Zimbabwe's history
    • Zimbabwe: a land of struggle and strife
    • Dig your own grave
  20. Batch 2 Posted 18/4/10
    • Operation Hapana Anotaura
    • Exclusive photos show life in Zimbabwe after 30 years of independence
    • Church with answers to Zimbabwe's problems completed
    • North Korea face hostile reception in Matabeleland
    • Indigenisation deadline deferred indefinitely
    • ‘I am claiming what’s mine,’ says Mliswa
    • Jewel destroyed in ‘acts of madness’
    • Students bemoan swift arrests
    • From landlord to shack dweller
    • So rich yet so poor: the sad reality of communities with mineral resources
    • Malema: South Africa’s own Chinotimba?
    • High maternity fees raise mortality
    • Zimbabwe drifts from MDGs on health
    • HIV+ women come together to drive own agenda
    • Biti moves to rescue RBZ assets
    • Potential Danish investors hesitant
    • Zim debt: parties find common ground
    • Zesa under fire for estimated bills
    • Editor's Desk: Following in the footsteps of Nkrumah?
    • Sunday Opinion: Muzo: Cheated out of history
    • Standardcomment: Undo culture of violence
    • Sundayview: Malema is just a messenger
  21. Posted 18/4/10
    • Zimbabweans face bleak independence day
    • Zanu-PF officials fight over shares in mine
    • Chiyangwa Sues For USD 900 m
    • Zimbabwe's inflation increases to 3.5%
    • Mugabe admits demise of Zimbabwe's education system
    • Ahmadinejad invitation colossal scandal – MDC
    • Informal Traders Beaten Over Indepencence Donations
    • MDC warns corrupt councillors
    • Joining Coalition Govenment Was Painful - Tsvangirai
    • Govt to avail US$2.3m for constitutional reforms
    • Hospital tells sick: nominate a funeral director or go away
    • Zimbabwe Deputy Prime Minister Mutambara Pursues Re-Engagement With Washington
    • Zimbabwe Parties Resolve to Set Aside Politics to Mark 30 Years of Independence
    • Framed lawyer freed on bail
    • Headmaster kicked out
    • Zimbabwean students speak out
    • Envoy decries restrictions on private media
    • Hifa transcends culture
    • Zim asks SA for help
    • Zimbabwe marks 30 years under President Mugabe
    • From African jewel to basket case: Looking back at Mugabe's Zimbabwe
    • Bill Watch 17/2010 - 16th April [Indigenisation Regulations Not Suspended]
  22. Posted 17/4/10
    • Zimbabwe annual inflation accelerates in March
    • Four WOZA women remain in custody
    • No salary increments for civil servants, says Biti
    • Violations of rule of law continue – BIPPA protected Zim ranch
    • Press statement - CFU
    • Amnesty mark Zim independence with specially commissioned photos
    • Zimbabwe Police Scared To Turn in Chombo and Chiyangwa
    • Parliamentary Committee ignores abuse and theft at diamond fields
    • Teachers Write Stinging Letter To Mugabe and Tsvangirai
    • Zimbabwe measles death toll rises to 200
    • Ecological disaster looms at Chivero: UZ
    • Zimbabwe anger at World Cup tickets allocation
    • Zimbabwean Bus Robbed
    • Zimbabweans in Scotland to march for ‘forgotten children’
    • Sweden provides humanitarian assistance to Zimbabwe
    • Stay out of Africa this time, Nelson Mandela's wife tells Britain
    • Photos of church burned down Muzarabani by ZPF
    • Excerpts: Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai
    • Zimbabwe at 30: strains remain with ex colonial master
    • To my beautiful, lost 30-year-old
    • A letter from the diaspora
    • CHRA City Watch 17 April
  23. Batch 2 Posted 16/4/10
    • Inflation surges under threat
    • Fistfight breaks out at Zanu PF meeting
    • Govt delegation set to meet EU over sanctions
    • GNU to amend Cabinet, Council of Ministers rules
    • Parties’ fight over SA diplomatic post looms
    • NRZ set to buy 29 Chinese coaches
    • MDC supporters fear renewed Zanu PF terror
    • Chombo, Chiyangwa saga: A test case of police reform
    • Zesa owed US$350m by consumers
    • Regulations’ suspension lauded
    • Give indigenous banks preferential treatment — Munatsi
    • Rio’s gold output down
    • Tobacco sales fail to ease liquidity crunch
    • The curious case of the Zimplats 15% stake
    • Muckraker: ‘Toddler tyrant’ Malema gets his fingers burnt
    • Eric Bloch: Kasukuwere must ‘get real’
    • ‘Electoral reforms only half the battle’
    • Independence ideals in limbo 30 years on
    • Candid Comment: Fighting one of our own tyrants
    • Comment: Expediency muddles empowerment debate
    • Editor's Memo:Much ado about nothing
    • New constitution first, then polls: Tsvangirai
    • Mugabe out to show he is still in charge: Analysts
    • WHO says Zim measles outbreak spreading
    • UK investors buy into Zimbabwe
  24. Posted 16/4/10
    • Scores of WOZA protesters arrested in Harare
    • WOZA women arrested after ‘yellow card’ protest in Harare today
    • Media release: Invasion of pristine Zim game ranch
    • Minister Mohadi believed to be involved in latest farm invasion
    • PM spokesman defends statement on ‘suspension’ of indigenisation regulations
    • Saviour Kasukawere admits he lies to the media
    • PM not leading government delegation to Europe
    • Zimbabwe hardships blight freedom celebrations
    • Zimbabwean Independence 30th Anniversary - 'Lights for Freedom' Demonstration
    • Zimbabwe likely to cut 2010 growth f'cast-FinMin
    • Chiminya widow says national healing organ a ‘fake’
    • Block National Youth Service
    • At least 10 killed in Zim bus crash
    • Gays Will Provoke Ancestors - Chief
    • Zimbabwe’s first 30 years - A generation of failure
    • Life in Zimbabwe in the time of measles
  25. Batch 2 Posted 15/4/10
    • Zim media reform still pie in the sky
    • Govt committees to address civil service plight
    • Zimbabwe PM Tsvangirai Says Government Committed to the Welfare of Teachers
    • Longman wins tender to print 13m textbooks
    • Council says Chunga must vacate academy stand
    • Chronology of Mugabe’s insane policy decisions
    • Zimbabwe Election Support Network ballot update
    • Tenth Anniversary of the Murder of Tichaona Chiminya and Talent Mabika
    • Mugabe inflames the Afro-pessimists, but Zimbabwe's story is much deeper
    • Zimbabwe’s Accidental Triumph
    • Every (Wild) Dog Has Its Day
  26. Posted 15/4/10
    • Zimbabwe's Company Grab Law Here To Stay - Mugabe
    • Confusion over ‘suspension’ of indigenisation regulations
    • Zanu PF begins to militarise rural constituencies
    • Ministers accused of stealing Mugabe’s gifts
    • Zimbabwe Police Investigating Land Grab Scandal
    • Church sect rebuffs CIO recruitment bid
    • Donors Say Zimbabwe A Bottomless Pit
    • ZESA defends astronomical electricity bills
    • Mugabe blamed for Ex-Zanu PF hatchet man’s death
    • Tsvangirai too busy to travel to Europe: MDC
    • Mugabe’s deputy tours diamond field
    • Zimbabwe's new farmers defend their gains
    • Gender Composition of Zimbabwean Rights Body Challenged As Unconstitutional
    • Zuma drops Zim sanctions issue during US visit
    • EU and U.S. Exhibitors Stay Far Away from Trade Fair
    • Zimbabwe Bus Crash Kills 25, Injures Dozens
    • Compassionate few helping hundreds of Zims in SA
    • Zimbabwe’s list of shame and Oskar Schindler’s list
    • Zimbabwe GNU Watch - March 2010
    • Zimbabwe’s economic prospects for 2010
    • Bridging the knowledge gap: Shared African values
    • Confidential Report by the special investigations Committee IMPLICATING CHOMBO and PHILIP CHIYANGWA (Urban Land Grabbing)
  27. Posted 14/4/10
    • Zimbabwe suspends majority local-ownership rules
    • Police defend WOZA members, after detention by other officers
    • Chombo Employing Tactics To Evade Land Grab Allegations
    • Missing Zimbabwe State Security Agent Found Dead
    • Tomana to draft media regulations
    • Zim expects KP greenlight for diamond sales
    • South African President Zuma Promises Impartiality in Mediating Zimbabwe Political Crisis
    • New travel document unveiled
    • Zimbabwe University Students Meet With PM Tsvangirai Over Alleged Crackdown
    • Transitional justice hampered by lack of reform
    • Daily News expected on the street in weeks?
    • Zimbabwe's quarterly gold production surges
    • Prices of goods set to rise
    • US$7m needed for Zim met services
    • Meat shortages in Zim loom ahead of SA import ban
    • Russian billionaire denies Mugabe links despite CBZ shares
    • Spotlight on Human Trafficking Before World Cup in South Africa
    • Zim government proposes special World Cup visa
    • Iran President's Visit To Zimbabwe Worry Human Rights Activists
    • UZ set to disenfranchise thousands
    • NRZ to buy coaches from China
    • Zimbabwe Black Empowerment Leader Tries to Take Over White-Owned Firm in Harare
    • HOT SEAT: GALZ on plight of homosexuals in Zimbabwe
    • FULL TEXT: KP monitor's Marange report
    • Confidential Report by the special investigations Committee IMPLICATING CHOMBO and PHILIP CHIYANGWA (Urban Land Grabbing)
  28. Posted 13/4/10
    • Zuma/Obama Meeting Silent On Zimbabwe Sanctions
    • Zimbabwe withdraws maize charges against Bennett
    • PM summons ministers over land scam
    • Chiyangwa And Chombo Reported To The Police
    • 1,000 WOZA and MOZA members hand over yellow cards to ZESA in Bulawayo today
    • Police ban proposed anti-Mugabe march
    • MDC says no progress, no movement in talks
    • SA to face more pressure during Zim independence day demo UK
    • Inquest into death after alleged torture
    • Nigeria: White Zimbabwean Farmer Found Dead in Kwara
    • Mugabe Pushing Hard For Early Election
    • Violent ZANU PF youths jailed
    • Chombo to appoint more “special” councillors
    • Minister in trouble over missing Mugabe birthday gifts
    • Zimbabwe desperate for a hangman
    • Telkom in Zimbabwe venture but denies acquisition
    • Anti-Corruption commissioners are illegal
    • Mugabe, the Russian billionaire and basketball
    • Beitbridge border chaos continues
    • Mutare choir to sing in China
    • North Korea's soccer team brings bad memories
    • A Zimbabwe native helps refugees from her country in South Africa
    • Elephant ambassador
    • With friends like Malema ; who needs enemies?
    • Empowerment should be pragmatic: Firm
    • Zimbabwe - State of Denial
    • CHRA Weekly City Watch 12 April
  29. Posted 12/4/10
    • Tsvangirai wants Bennett as Deputy Agriculture Minister
    • Much hated Europeans to rehabilitate ZIMSEC
    • Anti-Gukurahundi activist survives abduction attempt in Bulawayo
    • Iran to take part in Zimbabwe refinery project
    • China hands over revamped stadium to Zimbabwe
    • Tycoon's tyrant ties threaten Nets deal
    • Statement by President JG Zuma on political conduct and social cohesion
    • Malema defiant after Zuma’s rebuke
    • ZIMBABWE: Lecturers strike while students face crackdown
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 10th April 2010
    • Young Superheroes in a Hut
    • Zimbabwe and the Causes of African Poverty
    • Bill Watch 16/2010 - 10th April [Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission]
  30. Batch 2 Posted 11/4/10
    • Obert Mpofu faces defamation charge
    • Constitution-making bogged down as fresh disputes emerge
    • KP monitor orders RBZ off Chiadzwa diamonds
    • Mliswa arrested for threatening white businessman
    • Malinga accuses police of trying to destroy his political career
    • Dams body hauls Harare Council to Court
    • Catholic Official Charged with Indecent Assault
    • Zisco workers wallow in abject poverty
    • ‘10 soldiers took turns to rape me’
    • Obituary: Bishop Abel T Muzorewa (1925-2010)
    • NAC takes HIV fight to the workplace
    • I will not be silenced, vows artist
    • David Whitehead Textiles fails to pay workers
    • Zim forced to revise World Cup hopes
    • Editor's Desk: Explain our fascination with rogue elements
    • Comment: Councillors’ arrest betrays intrigue
    • Sunday View: First lay foundation for free, fair poll
    • Sunday Opinion: Kicking out paternalism
    • Life in Zimbabwe remains grim, say Christian students
    • Mnangagwa chief coup plotter failed to escape because of drunkenness
  31. Posted 11/4/10
    • Zimbabwe Should Brace For More Power Outages
    • Red tape stalls Byo power project
    • S.Africa's Zuma slams firebrand youth leader
    • ANC Disassociates Itself Form Malema's Views On Zimbabwe
    • Ahmadinejad invitation sparks protests
    • MDC-M Harare Province distances itself from its leader
    • SA envoy: US must 'engage, assist' in Zimbabwe
    • Province Bars Zimbabwe NGO From Organizing Meetings on New Constitution
    • The man playing South Africa's death card
    • Marine helps save couple after hippo attack
    • Food insecurity threatens rural villages
    • Skip the South of France. Try Zimbabwe
    • Mugabe’s handiwork
    • Generators
  32. Batch 2 Posted 10/4/10
    • Chiadzwa villagers demand soldiers’ withdrawal
    • Constitutional outreach put on ice
    • New measures to stop rigging
    • Scepticism greets rights commission
    • Campaigners lobby against building of hotel along Zambezi River
    • Breakdowns lower production at Hwange
    • ACR prospects for diamonds
    • Tobacco sales rake in US$45,3m
    • 21 foreign firms for ZITF
    • Muckraker: Tell us the benefits of Chiadzwa diamonds
    • Eric Bloch:Self-imposed new sanctions
    • ‘National healing first before elections’
    • Malema: The euphoria that blinded Zanu PF
    • Comment: Zimbabwe must avoid pitfalls of indigenisation
    • Candid comment: The height of Zanu PF hypocrisy
    • Editor's Memo: Malema stance far from consistent
  33. Posted 10/4/10
    • Tsvangirai promises ‘progressive’ empowerment
    • Prominent academics dropped from constitutional body
    • ZANU PF governor blocks constitutional meeting
    • Zimbabwe Secret State Agent Missing After Denouncing Mugabe
    • Confusion Surrounds The Arrest of MDC Councillors
    • Controversial Photo Exhibition To Go To Rural Areas
    • Another journo arrested as press clampdown continues
    • ZANU PF ‘warlord’ arrested for bank robbery and murder
    • Zimbabwe Budgets US$2 Million for Public Viewing of World Cup in Rural Areas
    • Bishop Muzorewa dies
    • Zimbabwe Farmers Ask SADC Tribunal for Contempt Ruling Against Harare in Land Case
    • Zapu hits back at suspended members
    • ZINASU demand inquiry into death of UZ student 9 years ago
    • MDC To Lodge Complaint Against Malema's Outbursts
    • ANC distances itself from Malema’s Zim comments
    • RBZ to begin retrenchments
    • U.S. Congressman Donald Payne concludes Zim tour
    • White farmers aren't the problem, Malema is
    • Zimbabwe 30 years on
    • A letter from the diaspora
  34. Posted 9/4/10
    • MDC-T to release details of GPA report this weekend
    • Land Scandal -Crackdown On MDC Councillors
    • ‘Corrective rape’ against homosexuals on the rise in Zimbabwe
    • Calls for ratification of torture convention
    • Prison officer tortured to implicate Mnangagwa
    • Zimbabwe revises Controversial Empowerment Act
    • Ahmadinejad to open Zimbabwe trade fair: state TV
    • Journo detained over police botch-up report
    • Mugabe's CIO's left stranded at Airport after failing to get space in Gaddafi's jet
    • Bid To Bar North Korean Soccer Team From Zimbabwe
    • Group withholds sale of attached property
    • Malema Kicks Out BBC Journalist
    • Video of Malema abusing BBC reporter
    • Press Club condemns Malema’s behaviour at news conference
    • Race outbursts sign of unhealed wounds in SAfrica
    • HOT SEAT (part 2): Cranswick says South African ‘crooks’ holding Zimbabwe to ransom
    • Empowering Entrepreneurship in Southern Africa
  35. Batch 2 Posted 8/4/10
    • Indigenisation blow against colonialism: Minister
    • Zimbabweans live in abject poverty: UNICEF
    • Police ban MDC demo
    • MDC councillor charged over Mugabe 'insult'
    • Zesa Probe Nears Completion
    • Zimbabwe's Prison Officer Jailed For Assisting Alleged Coup Plotters
    • More Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Property Attached and Put Up for Auction
    • Long Stalled, Zimbabwe Constitutional Revision Process Moving Forward Again
    • Consolidated report on Zimbabwe forwarded to Zuma
    • Zimbabwe Food Supplies Better Despite Poor Harvest in Some Areas - FEWSNET
    • Selling Zimbabwe's economy, at a loss
    • Postcard From Zimbabwe
    • End of an era and of type-written riddles from Zimbabwe
  36. Posted 8/4/10
    • Three more ZANU PF MPs named in MDC’s roll of shame
    • Zuma’s credibility in jeopardy over Zim crisis
    • ANC calls Malema to order
    • Presidency denies muzzling Malema
    • Zuma's call for calm reflects concern over young firebrand
    • Police question journalists
    • Govt will not go ahead with indigenisation law - Mlangu
    • ZINASU treasurer dumped at lake Kyle
    • MDC sets Brussels tour date to campaign for sanctions removal
    • Councillor fears arrest for land scam report
    • MP charged with murder after accident
    • Zimbabwe's Death Penalty Under Scrutiny
    • Mayors' Spouses to Surrender Vehicles
    • Farmers apply for SADC contempt order against Zimbabwe govt
    • Zimbabwe Indigenization Minister Rejects Zimplats Offer of 10% Stake for Blacks
    • UK firm owes Zim construction giant 1.5m
    • Water rationing returns to Byo
    • US Report Notes Some Progress on Human Rights in Zimbabwe, Calls for More
    • Zimbabwean authorities "institutionalised trade in blood diamonds"
    • North Korea to camp in Zimbabwe
    • Bridging the knowledge gap: Political economy of mining
    • Constitution Watch 3/2010 of 7th April [List of Rapporteurs for Outreach Teams]
  37. Posted 7/4/10
    • AG Declines To Prosecute Bennett on Nine Years Ago Charges
    • Gono urges caution on empowerment
    • Malema intervenes in Gono, Kasukuwere battle
    • Kunonga snubs Vice President Nkomo
    • Harare considers auctioning diamond fields
    • Zim talks are on again
    • Zimbabwe Dairy Industry Seen on Verge of Collapse Following Decade of Land Reform
    • Sibanda says war veterans got ‘peanuts’
    • Zanu PF Launches Propaganda Newsletters In Rural Areas
    • South Africa’s hate speech echoed in Zim, by Malema
    • 44 perish on roads
    • Zimbabwe Power Sharing Partners Review Negotiation Report, But Deadlock Remains
    • MDC youths say Malema provocative
    • FULL TEXT: KP monitor's Marange report
    • Malema and TerreBlanche flip side of same coin
    • Bill Watch 15/2010 - 5th April [No News from Negotiations: Reserve Bank Amendment Gazetted]
  38. Posted 6/4/10
    • Zimbabwe Villagers Stage Sit-In As Hunger Bites
    • Push to curtail powers of the police
    • Third order for seizure of RBZ assets
    • NUST lecturers strike over allowances
    • Boy, 2, killed by rampaging elephant
    • Mugabe, Malema discuss Terreblanche murder
    • ANC To Coach Zanu PF Youth On Violence Free Election
    • 36 killed on Zimbabwe’s roads in Easter holiday accidents
    • 'Idolatrous' Senegal statue unveiled
    • Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 3rd April 2010
    • Pitfalls of National Consciousness and the Crisis of the National Project in Zimbabwe
  39. Posted 5/4/10
    • ANC Youth Leader: South Africa Will Seize White-Owned Farms
    • White supremacist Eugene Terre'Blanche is hacked to death after row with farmworkers
    • SAfrican white supremacists: Slaying was 'war'
    • Zuma calls for calm after Terre’Blanche murder
    • Malema hears Zimplats’ indigenisation plans
    • Open letter to President Mugabe
  40. Batch 2 Posted 4/4/10
    • Malema raps Zanu PF
    • Massive cover-up at Chiadzwa
    • Violent Easter weekend as Zanu PF youths burn churches
    • Suspended Zapu officials take Dabengwa to court
    • Harare council adopts explosive land-grab report
    • No respite in harassment of journalists
    • Harare’s ‘killing fields’ spark debate
    • Factory closure worsens drug shortage
    • War veterans’ leader probed for fraud
    • Zanu PF officials’ rags-to-riches story
    • Lab boosts capacity to deal with infectious diseases
    • Kombi drivers rebel against ‘tollgate fees’ revolt
    • Govt ban of NGO school fees’ help leaves scores stranded
    • Coltart tackles Zimsec crisis
    • Finland gives Zim guarded support
    • Well that’s our country
    • Of the golden leaf, greenback and sex workers
    • Robert Mugabe’s dirty diamonds
    • Malema gets cosy with 'business sharks' in Zim
    • Zimbabwe artist defies Robert Mugabe
    • Future Generations Will 'Inherit Only the Wind'
  41. Posted 4/4/10
    • Zanu PF Sings Malema Song
    • Malema's 'Shoot the Boer' song welcomed in Zimbabwe
    • KP monitor says too many state actors in Marange
    • Matombo, Petras to speak on Zim crisis
    • Zimbabwe War Vets Seeking To Break Free
    • Zimbabwean Youth Arrested For Mugabe Screen Saver Image
    • Plane evacuated on false alarm
    • UK-Based ACR Heads Back to Court Seeking to Enforce Zimbabwe Diamond Claims
    • Zimbabwe Indigenization Minister Dismisses Proposed 10% Mines Equity Stake
    • Senegal independence statue unveiled amid pomp and criticism
    • 'Farming God's Way'
    • At the mercy of the machete mob: The terrifying isolation and almost suicidal courage of Zimbabwe's white farmers
    • To learn or to teach?
  42. Posted 3/4/10
    • The latest Zanu PF-led charges against Roy Bennett are an utter disgrace
    • Statement regarding the further prosecution of Senator Roy Bennett for “hoarding maize”
    • S.Africa to challenge Zimbabwe farmers compensation
    • Lawyer to wrestle South African gvt on Zimbabwe farmers’ case
    • Zimbabwe Responds To Property Attachments In SA
    • Zimbabwe Student To Languish In Prison
    • Angry Zimbabwe Secret State Agent Says He Was Used
    • U.S. hands over laboratory facilities to Zim
    • Tsvangirai calls for tolerance and freedom of choice: statement
    • 'Farming God's Way'
  43. Posted 2/4/10
    • Harare talks: Negotiators present verbal report
    • Zimbabwe & Donors Agree Harare Will Put Up US$5 Million for Constitutional Rewrite
    • Terror breaks out in Muzarabani, 16 families flee their homes last night
    • Rights group says villagers flee violence in Shamva
    • ROHR Zimbabwe on the outbreaks of violence
    • Media group to launch healing project
    • Mutambara Under fire For Heaping Praises On Mugabe
    • WFP Comes To The Rescue of Starving Mine Employees
    • South African Defence Force To Patrol Zimbabwe Border
    • Solidarity Peace Trust reports on Zimbabwe
    • Euphoria Over Malema's Visit To Zimbabwe
    • Malema Angers MDC
    • High court bans public use of ‘shoot the boer’
    • Service provider suspends services
    • Zimbabwe Parliamentary Fact-Finding Mission to Marange Diamond Field Fruitless
    • Horror on Harare-Nyamapanda Road
    • PEACE WATCH 4/2010 of 31st March [Torture Victims Cry Out forJustice]
    • Bill Watch 14/2010 - 1st April [The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission]
  44. Batch 2 Posted 1/4/10
    • Lawmakers barred from diamond field
    • KP monitor set to decide on Marange diamonds
    • Facilitators getting tough on negotiators
    • Bennett accused of hoarding maize in 2001
    • MDC says Bennett will not be replaced
    • Villagers in Northern Zimbabwe Flee Apparent Political Violence; Homes, Church Burned
    • ANC urges followers to defy ban on song
    • Zimbabwe Mining Body Proposes 10 Percent Stake for Blacks Under Indigenization
    • Bulawayo to spend more money on expensive cars
    • Zimbabwe Weekly Update – Number 12
    • Constitution process grinds to a halt again
    • Rape, sexual abuse Zanu PF’s poll weapons — report
    • Zanu PF employing theatrics to buy time –– analysts
    • Farmers file contempt of court charges against govt
    • Hwange Colliery pays contractors with coke
    • Muckraker: Hawkins called it like it is
    • Eric Bloch: Privatisation pros and cons
    • Kasukuwere on indigenisation: Emotion, style but no substance
    • ‘Reforms critical for free and fair elections’— Zesn
    • Candid Comment: Ideas cornerstone of a vibrant society
    • Comment: The coast is not clear yet
    • Editor's Memo: Zuma must unwrap
  45. Posted 1/4/10
    • Mugabe makes it clear to Zuma he is not sharing power
    • Bennett faces new charges as judge defers terrorism ruling
    • Zimbabwe's Mugabe names rights, election groups
    • Chinamasa denied visa for Zimbabwe-EU re-engagement
    • Police ordered to eliminate MDC sympathizers in the force
    • Terror breaks out in Muzarabani
    • NGO’s seek meeting with Zuma over upsurge in violence
    • SA facilitators monitor Harare talks
    • Zimbabwe Talks Are Set To Be Referred Back To Zuma
    • Aliens cry foul over citizenship laws
    • Land Scam Report - More Journalists Quizzed
    • Zimbabweans living in squalor in South Africa
    • Analyst says Unity Government Only Alternative for Zimbabwe
    • Students want ministers, police chief out
    • Zimbabwe Consulting On Seizure Of Cape Town Properties
    • Seizure of Zimbabwean property ‘drop in the ocean’
    • Another Snag for Zimbabwe's Stop-and-Go Constitutional Revision Process
    • Parliamentarians Probing Zimbabwe Diamond Field Abuses Hit Corporate Barrier
    • War collaborators Claim Sanctions Have Killed 500 000 Zimbabweans
    • Mugabe's premier struggles for slice of power
    • ZRP = Zanu (PF) militia
    • Coltart, cricket and Zimbabwe
    • Bill Watch 13/2010 - 31st March [Electoral Commission and HumanRights Commission Sworn In]

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