The ZIMBABWE Situation

October 2012 ARCHIVE

NEWS and Other Articles
  1. Posted 31/10/12
    • Speed-up new constitution: Mugabe
    • Mugabe expects new constitution before March elections
    • Kadoma enters third week without water
    • Police arrest two MDC-T officials in Bulawayo
    • Zim cops detain two trying to recover drugs from corpse
    • SA, Zimbabwe agree to keep border control simple
    • Midlands student leader still locked up, a month since Gweru arrest
    • Epworth Residents Demand Compensation Over Demolished Houses
    • UN tourism meeting in doubt as venue unlikely to be ready
    • SA interests in Zim ‘protected’
    • SA likely to confirm 100m loan to Zimbabwe
    • Dutch farmers renew pressure on Zim
    • Behave, Biti tells Mugabe, Tsvangirai
    • Finance Minister speaks on budget
    • News on Revolt a damp squib!
    • Judge ‘feigns’ sickness to delay MDC-T 29 trial
    • Independent newspapers to be sued over political violence stories
    • MDC-T MP under probe over Mpofu links
    • Zimbabwe too small for devolution: Shamu
    • IMF eases restrictions on Zimbabwe, allows economic monitoring
    • Zanu PF is using gold panners to lure Midlands and Matebeleland votes
    • The MDC Today - Issue 458
    • Harare Resident Trust: water barometer
    • ZIBF, Theatre in the Park in Collision Course
    • Mike Rook – The Truth behind the forced closure of The Farmer magazine
    • Why Not Zimbabwe? Tourism Returns to Victoria Falls
    • ZCTF Report - Oct 2012
  2. Posted 30/10/12
    • Police seek to arrest former MDC security adviser
    • Police Raids Ex-MDC Adviser's Home Over Dangerous Weapons
    • ZANU PF minister slams ZBC ‘defamation’
    • Air Zimbabwe Property Attached
    • KLM resumes flights to Zimbabwe after 13 years
    • Glen View murder trial postponed as judge cites illness
    • Lawyers file Supreme Court challenge after Epworth demolitions
    • ZANU PF electioneering behind Tongaat indigenisation order
    • Rogue Zim troops 'terrorise villagers'
    • Zim company could sue private newspapers
    • Bulawayo residents spend 8 years without electricity
    • Tsvangirai blocks Robert Mugabe
    • Vic Falls facilities not ready for UN tourism meet
    • Elections will be ‘free, fair’: Tsvangirai
    • ZANU PF visits China to observe elections
    • Robert Mugabe is cruel - minister
    • Traditional healers fleece villagers in Makoni
    • New test to improve HIV diagnosis
    • Zimbabwe turns to drought-resistant crops
    • Viewpoint: Zimbabweans lose faith in politics
    • Zimbabwe's Sekai Holland shares vision for peace
  3. Posted 29/10/12
    • Chinamasa attacks must stop: Mutasa
    • Mangwana refuses drop US$1m ZBC lawsuit
    • Zanu-PF watches and learns
    • WOZA scoops Courageous Award
    • Caucus Race – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 27th October 2012
    • Govt to host educational indaba
    • Copac set to deliberate on proposals
    • Evicting residents without alternative inhumane: Chombo
    • Epworth demolitions expose Zanu PF
    • Zanu PF embarks on door-to-door campaign
    • Political violence victims relive ’08 horror
    • Masvingo Municipality in trouble over debt
    • BAT complies with law
    • ICT to bring poor villagers closer to the world
    • Community takes initiative to save trees
    • Policy to liberalise ICT sector on cards
    • Air Zim in the abyss, defers operations audit
    • Econet’s EcoCash registers growth
    • Government has a duty to enrich school libraries
    • Charter must represent the needs of the time
    • Marikana: African oligarch exploiting the poor
    • Players exposed to match-fixers
    • UN Habitat awards Scroll of Honour to the Mayor of Harare
  4. Posted 28/10/12
    • Mangwana Says Fears For His Life
    • Wounded Zanu PF regroups
    • ‘Mugabe holds key to peace’
    • Minister Holds Water Crisis Meeting in Bulawayo
    • Mugabe family to get new house
    • Govt to take over closed companies
    • Court okays 6th mobile telephone licence
    • Cash-strapped Zesa losing plot on free bulbs
    • A step in the process
  5. Batch 2 Posted 27/10/12
    • Conservancy land ‘beneficiary’ in poaching claim
    • Zim Has No Funds For Referendum, Elections: Biti
    • Biti turns to donors to fund referendum and elections
    • Civil service bonuses guaranteed - Biti
    • Resumption of Air Zimbabwe Flights Shocks Ministers
    • Zimbabwe government land seizures continue
    • ‘Principals draft’ must be rejected: NCA
    • Mugabe's Attempts to Take Over Draft Constitution Angers NGOs
    • COPAC sets aside $2million for publicity
    • Zimbabwe PM to remember Chiweshe Massacre
    • Lawyer blasts delays in latest Glen View murder case
    • Zimbabwe Urged to Craft Law For Curbing Cellphone Banking Fraud
    • WUA expansion dogged by funding problems
    • ZZZICOMP's Preliminary Observations On The Copac Second All Stakeholders Conference
    • The Great Betrayal
    • “On the upswing” or potential dynamite?
  6. Posted 27/10/12
    • President makes another dash to Singapore
    • Zanu PF bigwigs fight over key citrus farms
    • Grace Mugabe embroiled in evictions row
    • Mugabe’s plot hits brickwall
    • Ministers meet on new budget
    • Running-mates: Chinamasa, Goche in hot soup
    • Zanu PF campaigns for ‘No’ vote
    • Minister begs for elections money
    • ‘Impose candidates at your peril’
    • Constitution-making process a farce
    • Medical aid firms ‘straying from core business’
    • Parliament reduced to a rubber-stamp
    • Airlines scramble for Zim’s runways
    • Zimbabwe: A hand-to-mouth nation
    • Agric production to drop sharply
    • US$20m required for expansion: Green Fuel
    • ‘Zim mall project lawful’
    • IMF report on Zimbabwe
    • Zanu PF revives well worn fear strategy
    • Draft constitution: Mugabe bidding to restore powers
    • Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union’s deathwish
    • Dysfunctional unity govt: Where does Zim go next?
    • Constitutional indaba: The drama continues
    • Stay out of politics, generals!
    • Constitution reduced to farce
    • Sadc needs to walk the talk
  7. Posted 26/10/12
    • Turmoil in ZANU PF over ‘coup’ pronouncements
    • 'Knives out for Zanu-PF's Chinamasa'
    • The five lies Chinamasa told the BBC
    • Doctors warn of ‘public health crisis’ as typhoid reported in Chegutu
    • Kwekwe youth leader becomes first victim of POSA
    • Commotion at Zanu PF offices
    • Bennett likely to contest in elections
    • Zanu PF’s Mliswa’s unbecoming behaviour at Copac deplorable
    • Stakeholders Conference dismissed as “pointless”
    • COPAC eyes January referendum
    • Human Rights Groups: SADC Failing to Tame Mugabe
    • Journalists Involved In Asiagate scandal Tainted Profession: Union
    • Construction of controversial Borrowdale mall expected soon
    • London insurer offers cover for Zimbabwean political violence
    • Youths turned away…
    • HIV stats shame soldiers
    • Kereke rape: Girl's lawyer arrested
    • Biti freezes CDF, risks MPs' ire
    • Food as political weapon
    • The COPAC circus continues
    • Chinamasa should resign
    • Fighting over a new rule book
    • Some things never change in Zimbabwe…
  8. Posted 25/10/12
    • No major changes to constitution following conference
    • Referendum In January Earliest - COPAC
    • Mugabe faces fight over constitution takeover
    • UN ready to dispatch election monitors
    • PM Visits Botswana For First Bilateral Talks
    • Over 2,000 minibuses impounded in another “cleanup”
    • Displaced Epworth residents invited back to rebuild
    • Zanu PF 'youths' invade Mtanda's farm
    • Tobacco exports to China top US$40m
    • Gono faces fresh probe
    • Air Zim moves to avoid international ban
    • Lawyers ditch Rushwaya
    • Mai Tsvangirai donates food hampers to families of detained Glen View 31
    • Chombo’s teams gobble $1m
    • Zanu (PF) vote-buying villages sprout
    • Zimbabwe's Jan-Sept gold output up 22 pct
    • Zimbabwe to issue $30 mln bond for power utility
    • Zimbabwe counts cost of too many elephants
    • Value of wetlands undermined
    • Back to the future: a new Zimbabwe beckons
    • Bill Watch Parliamentary Committees Series - 24th October 2012 [Harare Public Hearing on 2013 Budget: 25 October]
    • Court Watch 20/2012 of 24th October [Anglican Church Cases - Supreme Court Reserves Judgment in Main Appeal]
  9. Posted 24/10/12
    • ‘Sadc fails Zimbabwe’ - International Crisis Group
    • Air Zim acquires airbus planes, to resume flights
    • Kunonga suffers major court setback
    • Fears rise of another flawed Zim election
    • Zanu PF, Military Step Up Coup Threats
    • Mugabe Grabs Critical Laws Ahead of Elections
    • New electoral law will help MDC-T
    • MPs slam executive for weakened parliament
    • Mugabe concedes PM’s power
    • 2nd All-Stakeholders Conference passes off peacefully
    • HIV/AIDS activist arrested at COPAC conference
    • Mugabe in Dubai for Energy Forum
    • Chinamasa comments damaging: Mahoso
    • Farmer resists eviction
    • Zimbabwe Firm Proposes Political Violence Property Insurance
    • Mugabe bans milk imports?
    • ‘Upgrade border post’
    • Zanu youth defy police orders
    • Mastodon Maelstrom
    • The Road to Democratic Education
    • Zimbabwe on the Upswing - Morgan Tsvangirai
  10. Posted 23/10/12
    • Zimbabwe's Mugabe, Tsvangirai in push for new constitution
    • Ncube protests Mutambara presence as Conference begins
    • ZANU PF drops demands and backs draft constitution
    • Stakeholders Conference stuffed with CIO operatives
    • Mugabe lashes at MPs over constitution
    • Zimbabwe Anglicans optimistic of court victory over Kunonga
    • 16 acquitted in ongoing trial over Howard Hospital protest
    • ZTA kicks out American buyer
    • Mugabe reiterates elections to be held March next year
    • MDCs slam Mugabe power grab
    • MDC-T leaders to face primary elections
    • Zanu PF have already conceded defeat: Tsvangirai
    • Zimbabweans stage 10th global protest
    • Zimbabwe’s prisons in dismal condition
    • ‘Govt let down Epworth residents’
    • Local EU Statement on the Human Rights Commission Act
    • MISA-Zimbabwe statement on continued use of criminal defamation laws
    • Murowa Diamonds output up 64 percent
    • Minerals generate $1.36bn for Zim
    • The road to the new constitution
    • Speech by Morgan Tsvangirai at the Second All-Stakeholders Conference, Harare
    • Zimbabwe heading for flawed transition
    • Flawed elections in Zimbabwe likely to affect SA negatively, analysts warn
    • SPT – Zimbabwe Update No.5. October 2012: Towards another stalemate in Zimbabwe?
    • Bill Watch 49/2012 of 22nd October [Opening of Next Parlliament Announced & Acts Assigned to Presidents Office]
  11. Batch 2 Posted 22/10/12
    • No coup: Mugabe tells Tsvangirai
    • Mnangagwa Sold Out: Mangwana
    • Chinamasa deserves prison time: MDC- T
    • We’ve failed to run parastatals: Mutambara
    • Rushwaya accepts ban, eyes parliament
    • MDC rally banned in Lalapansi
    • COPAC cedes to NGO demands
    • Gwanda police in reign of terror
    • Chiyangwa rally flops
    • Africa’s liberation ideals hijacked— Chamisa
    • Dabengwa’s crumbling world
    • Polokwane City Pledges to Partner Revival of Bulawayo
    • Zimbabwe now on the platinum stage
    • Pakistan delay Zimbabwe tour in anticipation of India series
    • 'Take Back Zimbabwe' - Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 20th October 2012
  12. Posted 22/10/12
    • Harare city sinks into a mess
    • Families left in the open in Epworth
    • Mugabe outwits coalition partners
    • Minister stands up to Mugabe, PM
    • CSOs petition Zuma over delegates
    • Ncube foresees chaos at Copac conference
    • Zanu PF coaches delegates ahead of constitution indaba
    • Draft charter: Parties push partisan agendas
    • Zacc won’t spare ‘big fish’: Chirindo
    • Arrest Chinamasa, Gumbo: MDC-T
    • Organ on healing launches research into violence
    • Parirenyatwa to train eye specialists
    • Another food crisis likely to hit Zim
    • 50% of rural zimbabweans use the bush system: Nkomo
    • Stakeholders must fight for a charter for the people
    • Respect people’s social rights
    • Council must provide reliable services to residents
    • People living abroad will not vote: ZEC
    • Chihuri should address core of political violence
  13. Posted 21/10/12
    • Police Charge MDC Leader for Threatening to Commit Murder
    • Zimbabwe bans 15 for match-fixing
    • Coltart asks AG to prosecute match fixers
    • MDC-T fights over candidate imposition
    • U.S: Zimbabwe Minister Should Disclose Diamond Sales
    • UN: Southern Africa Food Shortages Worsen
    • Sekai Holland to receive Sydney Peace Prize
    • Tapping on the windows
    • An unclear future creates an atmosphere of nervousness
    • Constitution Watch of 20th October [Second All Stakeholders Conference Programme]
  14. Batch 2 Posted 20/10/12
    • Fat cat generals fear loss of assets
    • Second stakeholders’ indaba potentially chaotic, explosive
    • Zanu PF succession plays out in Copac
    • Masvingo Mayor blames land reform
    • Collapsing industry: Mutare residents demand action
    • Zanu PF steps up poll campaigns
    • Party principals clash
    • Sadc fails to deal with Zimbabwe
    • ‘Queen Elizabeth’ enters political fray
    • Struggle for religious vote intensifies
    • Bulawayo wants CDF increased
    • Why the ZAMPS Internet usage survey results are inadequate
    • Whites took their land, then the mines did the same
    • SA keen to invest in Zimbabwe
    • …as investors fret on indigenisation
    • Mbada Diamonds combats hunger in Marange
    • Political upstarts sprout as crucial elections loom
    • MDC-T democracy: Chip off the old block
    • Broadcasting licence demons refuse to die
    • Chaos could follow Mugabe demise
    • Dependency on SA bad for economy
    • Appeasing generals fuels impunity
    • Zanu PF running Zim aground more apt
  15. Posted 20/10/12
    • COPAC ready for Second All-Stakeholders Conference
    • COPAC rejects independent journalists
    • Civic groups complain to Zuma over COPAC conference
    • Council blitz shuts down 228 businesses
    • ZPF leaders allegedly dishing out land for votes and profit
    • Zim Chiefs Entitled To Guns: Minister
    • Tendai Biti's budget becomes a time bomb
    • MDC official held in Zimbabwe
    • Coup threats against Tsvangirai a ZANU PF plot
    • Zanu PF’s bid to scuttle Constitution-making process crumbles
    • Accused hunter denies ‘damaging’ claims of illegal activity
    • Tsvangirai’s saga with Locadia continues
    • Morgan, ex-lover deal collapses
    • PTUZ officials arrested
    • Dual citizenship case in court
    • Tsvangirai rules out March election
    • Soccer-Zimbabwe FA bans 15 players and officials for life
    • Tourist arrivals up 16 percent
    • Mutambara threatens to revoke bank licences
    • Immune to prosecution: Zanu youths
    • Global Protests target Zim Embassies and Harare Parliament
    • Mugabe Launches Community Share Trusts in Matabeleland
    • Corrected-Police Charge MDC Leader With Threatening To Commit Murder As Magistrate Acquits 12 Beitbridge Residents
    • Sokwanele Constitution Survey
  16. Posted 19/10/12
    • Group of white farmers who had their land seized in Zimbabwe plead with William Hague not to lift sanctions on Robert Mugabe
    • Zim files ‘urgent’ appeal against landmark SA farm ruling
    • Mugabe Has Tendered Credible Reasons To Justify Elections Dilemma-Judge
    • Cop murder trial postponed again
    • CIO operative in bid to stop 2nd All-Stakeholders Conference
    • ‘Bloodbath if Zanu PF loses’
    • ZIMSEC withdraws 13 'leaked' exam papers
    • Prostitute costs $850 000 for Govt
    • Mangwana spills beans on Zanu PF sell-outs
    • Mudede in weak position
    • Not all mourn for Mudenge
    • Zim water problems a ‘national crisis’
    • Civil Society Organizations meet to discuss COPAC draft
    • Gvt salary bill still ravaged by ghosts
    • Ncube officials join Tsvangirai
    • Zimbabwe outrage over plan to turn Robert Mugabe's home into tourist attraction
    • Senior MDC official arrested in Mutare
    • PICTURE: The 82 year old headman killed by Zanu PF thugs
    • Letters of Final Demand sent from City of Harare
    • Tenth 21st Movement Free Zimbabwe Global Protest
    • Travesty of justice!
    • Bill Watch 48/2012 of 18th October [Budget Consultative Meetings outside Harare 19th to 26th October]
  17. Posted 18/10/12
    • CIO chief among ZANU PF officials linked to illegal hunting in Zim
    • Zanu ministers clash over Save
    • Registrar General confirms Zanu PF links
    • Lawyers demand action on killers
    • Human Rights Commission Urged To Start Prosecutions
    • Mugabe's house set to become national monument
    • Activist and mother Manjoro gets bail in cop murder trial
    • Tsvangirai reshuffles office staff
    • Police assault Gwanda residents after fatal cop stabbing
    • Cancer patients ‘failed’ by lack of funding and planning
    • COPAC asks Civil Society to submit list of delegates
    • State agents abduct and torture 2 MDC-T officials
    • Strained Zim-US Relations Affecting Hunt For Rwandan Genocide Fugitive
    • Zimbabwe lowers diamond earnings forecast
    • Mutare lures Chinese investors
    • ‘O’ Level examination papers disappear
    • Zanu heavies wanted bribes: Mawere
    • Bring in the expatriates: MP
    • UK donates $8million for water and sanitation
    • Access to water is a national crisis in Zimbabwe
    • Wave Of Harassment Of Independent Journalists - Reporters Without Borders
    • ‘Zimbabwe Spending Too Much on Defence and the Military’
    • Chinamasa’s Statements Signal Another Electoral Charade
    • Harare - a tribute in hip-hop
  18. Posted 17/10/12
    • 200 Epworth homes bulldozed as Harare announces “a blitz”
    • Asiagate: 13 life bans, 80 suspended
    • Zimbabwe rights probe to ignore pre-2009 abuses
    • Malema: whites must give back land, minerals
    • Mugabe and Tsvangirai considering COPAC takeover
    • Mudede accredited as ZANU PF delegate for Stakeholders Conference
    • EU chief warns of relapse
    • Mugabe holding Zimbabwe back: Ibrahim
    • Iran, Zimbabwe call for expansion of ties
    • Farmers Not Accessing Agricultural Inputs
    • Zimbabwe military accused of campaigning for Mugabe
    • MDC Condemns Harassment of Civil Servants
    • Two MDC members abducted
    • Police Block MDC, Mavambo Rallies
    • Defence lawyer Mtetwa sheds tears in court
    • Zim journos want Malema apology
    • Tsvangirai Fires Right Hand Man Makone For Financing Karimatsenga in Court Battle
    • Zanu (PF) officials fail to pays workers
    • Marondera Residents Snub Budget Consultation Meeting
    • ‘Zimbabwe Spending Too Much on Defence and Military’ - Report
    • Mugabe looks east at a questionable cost
    • Nurses step up to initiate HIV treatment
    • Democracy in Zimbabwe won't necessarily result in prosperity
  19. Posted 16/10/12
    • Alshabab strikes again in KweKwe
    • MDC-T’s Mbizvo MP arrested over ‘Alshabab’ story
    • Gutu says rigging still possible with new Electoral Act
    • Tsvangirai Requests Out Of Court Settlement In Maintenance Case
    • Mugabe shimmies up to youth vote in advance of election
    • Great expectations for Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, but vigilance required
    • Obert Mpofu's campaign manager defects to MDC
    • ZUJ calls for Malema to apologize for harassing journalists
    • Juju’s ‘goons attacked Zim journos’
    • Malema to fight 'imperialist forces'
    • Zimbabwe under Zanu-PF an "inspiration to Africa" - Malema
    • SA trade mission heads for Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe economy forecast to grow at 9%
    • Coltart blames 'politics' for Warriors failures
    • Media Alliance of Zimbabwe position paper on media provisions in the draft constitution
    • Zimbabwean 'taken to village court for failing to give husband best chicken pieces'
    • Court frees journalist
    • Platinum cheaper to mine in Zimbabwe than in SA
    • Wikileaks - various cables about the Save Conservancy
    • The Power of We: People helping people to help themselves
    • The Zanu PF Battle Plan
    • A revolution gone awry: Zanu PF’s last supper
    • Constitution Watch of 15th October [16th -17th October: Accreditation of Delegates to Stakeholder Conference]
  20. Batch 2 Posted 15/10/12
    • Gvt sets up Human Rights Commission
    • Mugabe threats to rivals if they boycott elections
    • Rigging machine dismantled
    • Malema goons mug reporter
    • Mozambique to boost power supplies: ZESA
    • Judge sues Majongwe for US$500k
    • Welshman blast civic society and Copac Draft
    • SA trade mission heads for Zimbabwe
    • Rosneft Nears African Pipeline Deal
    • Vigil ‘pom pom’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 13th October 2012
    • Parliamentary Committees Series - 12th October 2012 [Public Hearings on 2013 Budget: 15-19 October]
    • Bill Watch 47/2012 of 14th October [Human Rights Commission Act gazetted: Parliament's One-Day Sitting]
    • COURT WATCH 19/2012 of 14th October [Update on By-Elections Case: Appeal to Supreme Court]
  21. Posted 15/10/12
    • Problems continue to mount for ZBC
    • Government axes 6 000 ghost workers
    • Minister stands up to Mugabe, PM
    • MDC-T divided over draft constitution
    • Zapu rocked by divisions
    • MDCs defy Mugabe’s elections ultimatum
    • People living abroad will not vote: ZEC
    • Byo water crisis: Churches warn of violent protests
    • PM’s vacillations self-destructive: Analysts
    • War brewing in Apostolic sects
    • Abolish death penalty: NGOs
    • Harare water unsafe to drink: HRT
    • Indigenisation model given thumbs down
    • ‘Trade stifled by development levels’
    • Africa needs new models for economic growth
    • PM’s private life his undoing in the coming elections
    • Chinamasa’s tone inflammatory
    • Managing change: Lessons from Senegal
  22. Posted 14/10/12
    • Trust white people at your own peril: Mugabe
    • MDC-T exposed, in disarray: Mugabe
    • Mugabe predicts landslide election victory
    • VIP welcome in Zimbabwe for Malema
    • Chombo threatens Harare city council
    • ZEC hints at Presidential poll outcome delay
    • MDC-T legislator arrested
    • Church wants climate for fair poll
    • Mpofu reads riot act
    • Mokoomba: Keeping the Tonga language alive through music
    • The 'menacing cloud' hanging over Zimbabwe elections
    • Zimbabwe’s empowerment to plunder
    • A particularly bad week for freedom of speech in Zimbabwe
    • Dogs in the manger
  23. Batch 2 Posted 13/10/12
    • Zanu PF intensifies military patronage
    • Military escalates poll drive
    • Politburo rejects election ambush
    • Academics launch think-tank
    • Clash over Mudenge
    • DCCs threaten Zanu PF elections
    • MDC-T big shots to avoid primaries
    • Battleground regions emerge
    • Mandiwanzira defends new radio stations
    • Legislators humiliated at hotels
    • Chrome mining on the brink of collapse
    • Biti walks tight budget rope
    • Cotton farmers at risk from pesticides
    • Flaws in treasury bill Tender — Bankers
    • Record production at Blanket mine
    • IMF annual meeting no picnic for Zim
    • Living in a police state
    • Tsvangirai should stop denials
    • Mugabe and his bagful of tricks
    • Stan Mudenge: Profile of a historian
    • White-collar crime ails economy
    • MuckRaker: Lethargic police prove Tsvangirai right
    • Mugabe outwits Mujuru, Mnangagwa
  24. Posted 13/10/12
    • Chinamasa threatens coup if Tsvangirai wins
    • Tsvangirai asking for trouble: Chinamas
    • MDC-T’s Mbizvo MP arrested over ‘Alshabab’ story
    • Treasury sees 9 percent growth in 2013
    • MDC-T youth leaders remanded in custody over cop’s murder
    • Malema heads to Zimbabwe for talks
    • Legislators Turn Heat On Judge
    • ZESA cuts destroy crops
    • Chombo – A stumbling block in MDC fight against corruption
    • Kunonga seizures continue - with police blessings
    • AIDS activists demand drug fund transparency
    • Diabetes claims more lives than HIV/AIDS
    • Civil Society resist invitations from political parties
    • ZDF commander Constantine Chiwenga terrified of Jocelyn
    • Zimbabwe Parliament Fails to Pay MPs' Hotel Accommodation
    • Stay in school, girls told
    • ‘Dog section’ for Minister Mangoma
    • ‘Long delays’ at Beitbridge — Nehawu
    • Sinosteel contractors in Zimbabwe told to halt chrome-ore mining
    • Libyan Embassy in Harare remains closed
    • Zimbabwe PM: Political Logjam Dims Reform Prospects
    • Zim poisoned - Tsvangirai
    • Bulawayo's taps tightened as water shortage bites
    • The politics of suffering
    • Rocky road to elections in Zimbabwe
    • Does the ordinary Zimbabwean care about the Prime Minister’s love affairs?
  25. Posted 12/10/12
    • ‘Alshabab’ member attacks and kills patron in KweKwe pub
    • Civil workers to strike after government ignores ultimatum
    • Lawyers Name And Shame Mangoma's Persecutors
    • Zaka residents warn of worsening violence in Masvingo
    • Chinese Nationals Assault Zimbabwe Police
    • Ncube insists a united MDC not possible
    • Trial of MDC-T “Innocent 29” continues
    • Accreditation dates for 2nd all stakeholders conference changed
    • No one has power to shut down COPAC: PM
    • Legislators name, shame Ministers
    • MDC MP drags Zanu PF to Jomic
    • South Africa Labor Strikes Paralyze Goods Clearing Agencies
    • Zimbabwe passport form – Now available online
    • Police exposed
    • Russian firm to build new oil pipeline
    • Nigeria Gains From Zimbabwe as Farmer Helps Cassava Drive
    • ZNNP+ stages demonstration at Nac offices
    • Community News Activist Denied Freedom
    • Tsvangirai asking for trouble: Chinamasa
    • Mudenge death body blow for Mnangagwa
    • Draft Zim constitution fails citizenship test
    • Would Zanu-PF accept Tsvangirai as president?
    • UN Day of the Girl Child – 11 October 2012
  26. Posted 11/10/12
    • MDC-T Minister Mangoma arrested for ‘undermining Mugabe’
    • MDC not deterred by Zanu PF harassment
    • MDC-T activists denied bail in cop murder trial
    • Police Arrest 2 More MDC Activists Over Harare Cop Death
    • Zim cricket legend Kevin Curran dies
    • SAA cancels Harare flights over poor runway light
    • ZCTU to petition Ministers over water and dying industry
    • Service delivery has gone to the dogs
    • Constitution Q&A launched by Diaspora groups
    • Brothers to battle for Chivi North constituency
    • ‘Army, police new public prosecutors’
    • Salary Deadlock Irks Zimbabwe Civil Servants
    • Chinese companies in Zimbabwe given free reign to exploit workers
    • Rendition probe 'just a sham'
    • Zimbabwe warriors promised residential stands
    • Morgan Tsvangirai on his other troubled marriage ... to Robert Mugabe
    • Zimbabwe Vigil's 10th Anniversary - no cause for celebration
  27. Posted 10/10/12
    • Kereke has Daily News editor arrested
    • Daily News editor slams ‘intimidation’ after arrest
    • Tsvangirai, Biti sucked into Gono-Kereke war
    • Youth leader arrested over Glen View cop murder
    • Police Block March By HIV/AIDS Activists
    • Chief Castigates Leaders Looting Indigenization Funds
    • Chinese construction workers bash cops
    • Truckers’ strike in SA ‘could cripple Zimbabwe’
    • Legislators to appeal Mugabe by-elections case at Supreme Court
    • Outcry as ZESA continues disconnections over unpaid bills
    • Zimbabwe’s citizens speak out
    • MDC-T rubbishes ZANU PF bias allegations as ‘nonsensical’
    • Copac finance manager accused of corruption
    • Lawmakers Attack Truant Ministers
    • Tsvangirai meets Nigeria president
    • Zimbabwe President leaves for Uganda's independence celebrations
    • Amnesty launch: Time to Abolish the Death Penalty in Zimbabwe
    • Bulawayo Help Network Food Appeal
    • New Book
    • Objective and Non Partisan Decentralisation: a Solution to the Zimbabwe’s Governance Crisis
    • Did Zanu-PF miscalculate by supporting Malema?
    • Bill Watch 46/2012 of 9th October [Parliament Sits Today: ZEC Moves on Voter Education]
  28. Posted 9/10/12
    • Tsvangirai speaks on violence, threatens to pull out of GNU
    • Zimbabwe president wants political tolerance
    • Mugabe’s peace rhetoric hollow - MDC
    • Tsvangirai sets conditions for polls
    • Zuma’s faciliation team back in Harare
    • Civil servants delay strike by 48 hours
    • Mudenge funeral delays Glen View murder trial
    • Bull attack killed minister - Mugabe
    • MDC Businessman Sues Minister Over Cyanide Mix-Up
    • Zim Salvation Army chief ‘reassigned’ in ongoing Howard Hospital saga
    • CHRA to take city of Harare to court in 30 days
    • Zimbabwe’s Ivory Stockpile Increases to More Than 50 Tons
    • Elephants die of thirst
    • Anti-corruption commission starts countrywide awareness campaign
    • Zimbabwe eyes Russia trade deal
    • Polls: Lawyers push Mugabe
    • ‘Mugabe cannot announce election date in affidavit’
    • Mugabe admits factionalism in Zanu-PF
    • Zanu PF pulls out of peace process
    • Gangs charging residents for Council water
    • Water Barometer
    • Constitution Watch [Process] of 5th October [Stakeholders Conference set for 21st to 23rd October]
  29. Batch 2 Posted 8/10/12
    • Harare residents sell water on black market
    • Tsvangirai threatens to pull out coalition with Mugabe
    • Mugabe loses grip
    • Zapu expels top official
    • New wave of politcal violence in Masvingo
    • ICT cornertsone of economic development - Tsvangirai
    • Dlamini-Zuma set up to fail at African Union: Mbeki
    • Upfumi Kuvadiki clashes with GMB
    • Zimbabwe challenges Supreme Court ruling
    • Stink amid splendour
    • Hurungwe’s enemy within
    • What a party – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 6th October 2012
    • COURT WATCH 18/2012 of 6th October [Current Supreme Court Cases]
  30. Posted 8/10/12
    • ‘Zanu PF to retire bigwigs’
    • Chipangano bars rights activist from buying bananas
    • Residents’ groups to back draft constitution
    • Zanu PF youths up in arms with Kasukuwere over loans
    • Maunganidze trivialised UNWTO: Mzembi
    • Parastatal bosses at war with govt over pay cuts
    • Dying in office: Is it the Zanu PF way?
    • Pupils fall sick after bilharzia treatment
    • NSSA records huge rise in expenses
    • Tourists need up-to-date information
    • KP needs to keep pace with world’s challenges
    • Polls: Doing the right thing, the right way
    • Decision on maternity fees late
    • Do not mix PM’s love life and political career
  31. Posted 7/10/12
    • Harare appeals for help as water crisis deepens
    • Mudenge declared a national hero
    • Declare corruption a national disaster—Makoni
    • Mangwana Says Zimbabweans Have The Same DNA of Corruption
    • ZIFA Clears 11 Players Linked to Asia Match Fixing Scam
    • Apex Council threatens crippling strike
    • Police evade questions on war vets demo
    • Zimbabwe delivers fuel to repay Malawi loan
    • PM, Ncube deny alleged polls deal
    • Mugabe still to open fifth Parliament
    • Zanu PF looters face jail: PM
    • Army summons chiefs
    • Election Commission Starts Vetting Voter Education Programs
    • 365 days of incarceration: Daylight raping of justice
    • A look at judgment in Jestina Mukoko torture case
    • Bizarre, sad and strange but true
  32. Batch 2 Posted 6/10/12
    • Zuma monitoring Zim
    • More judges got govt farms
    • MDC-T holds fast amid plunging popularity
    • Mugabe ropes in PM in poll plot
    • Zanu PF push for Copac report could boomerang
    • Ncube incenses MDC-T
    • Zanu PF ‘keen on 10 issues’
    • Zanu PF fights over key posts
    • 300 NGOs to meet over draft
    • Tsvangirai sceptical of devolution
    • Zanu PF election tactics exposed
    • Shamu hijacks state media for campaigns
    • Zanu PF wants imperial presidency
    • Parastatals to cede stake in Chinese firms
    • Share ownership trust funds looted
    • Cabinet restores Kariba’s US$700m power tender
    • NSSA assets breach half billion dollar mark
    • New design all about change
    • MuckRaker: In a flash Sata turns from hero to villain
    • Tsholotsho saga still haunts Zanu PF
    • Mugabe, Moyo mimic ‘Tea Party’ racists
    • Tariff reforms needed to revive industry
    • A national code for corporate governance
    • Actualising the broad electoral alliance
  33. Posted 6/10/12
    • ‘Violence and chaos’ feared ahead of constitution conference
    • Zuma: Elections Without Reforms Disastrous For Zimbabwe
    • Minister and academic Stan Mudenge dies at 71
    • Teachers Day celebrated as civil servants delay strike
    • Conservationists blame ‘man made’ crisis for elephant and rhino deaths
    • New US Ambassador promises to push for a ‘just and democratic’ Zim
    • War Vets leader Sibanda disowns Chinotimba's faction at camped at Biti's office
    • War veterans demo politically-motivated: Biti
    • Zim's 'other' MDC finds more ears
    • Zimbabwe's Morgan Tsvangirai: No more power-sharing
    • Army General to head empowerment body
    • ZIFA boss robbed by CIO operative investigating his MDC-T links - Court
    • "Chiweshe's judgment on elections violates the law"- Think tank
    • Threat to wetlands
    • Bulawayo Water Crisis Worsens
    • Zimbabwe's Troubled Waters: Chemical Pollution in the Marange District
    • Yes, there will be water wars in Zimbabwe
    • ZESN Analysis Of Election-Related Provisions Of The COPAC Draft Constitution
    • The struggle has reached a point of no return?
    • Constitution Watch [Content] of 5th October [How Will the New Constitution Impact on Elections? - Part II ]
  34. Posted 5/10/12
    • SADC Troika meeting on hold as Zim sets constitution conference date
    • Tsvangirai, Mugabe plan to sink COPAC
    • Soldiers turn Nyanga into a ‘no-go’ area for MDC supporters
    • ZANU PF forcing resettled farmers to join party structures
    • Zanu-PF's gangs spin out of control
    • Parties' Wrangle Over Draft Constitution Escalates
    • Prime Minister’s Wife Struggles to Access Chikurubi Prison
    • Biti says war vets lock him out
    • Zanu ‘buys’ the youth
    • Botswana Loan Entangled in Zimbabwe's Political Woes
    • Mugabe insult cases continue mushrooming
    • Mugabe goblin case at Supreme Court
    • Mozambique resumes Harare flights
    • Moyo sues Daily News over Mugabe ouster story
    • ZANU-PF firms in red
    • Elephants and rhinos die as fuel runs out
    • Zanu (PF) controls the diamonds: analyst
    • MDC-T 29 activists accuse courts of prejudice
    • Mugabe motorcade in 3rd fatal crash since June
    • Civil society rallies behind MDC-T
    • CHRA seek’s government`s intervention on Harare probe
    • UNWTO summit: Can Zim pull it off?
    • Reject Zanu (PF)’s senseless amendments
    • Act on corruption at RG’s office
    • Rebuilding Zimbabwean self-esteem
    • Bill Watch 45/2012 of 3rd October [Electoral Amendment Act Gazetted]
    • COURT WATCH 17/2012 of 4th October [Supreme Court Produces Mukoko Judgment]
    • Constitution Watch [Content] of 4th October [How will the New Constitution Impact on the Coming Elections? - PartI]
  35. Posted 4/10/12
    • Zimbabwe Finance Minister Barricaded Into Office
    • Finance Minister Defies Vets' Calls to Resign
    • MDC-T blasts ZPF ‘looters’ after war vet threats on Biti
    • Principals meet but still no date for constitution conference
    • Anger over ‘unjust’ eviction of Chegutu farmer
    • A White Farmer'S Crime In Zimbabwe
    • Mugabe motorcade in 4th accident
    • Drama as prison officers block PM’s wife visiting Chikurubi
    • Zimbabwe's electoral commission seeks $104m for referendum
    • Civil society alert PM on water crisis
    • Water shortages lead to war
    • Dry taps for Harare suburbs till weekend
    • Outdated Sewer System Pollutes Zimbabwe, Threatens Health
    • Soldiers join looting spree
    • Enterprising Zimbabweans Cashing In On Power Shortages
    • Bikita Youths Fail To Register As Voters
    • Chombo dismissed as ‘hypocrite’ for probing Harare Mayor
    • Komichi throws his hat in the ring to contest Parliamentary seat
    • Conflicts in State Unions Derail Salary Negotiations
    • Student Union Leader Locked Up Over Protests
    • Zimbabwe Diamond Firm Finds 1000 Carats Monthly
    • Life without a destination
    • Conservancies: who got what?
    • 'Zimbabwe Has Changed For The Worse'
    • Re-framing the Wildlife Based Land Reform Programmes in Zimbabwe
  36. Posted 3/10/12
    • Mugabe given another six months to call by-elections
    • Mashonaland farmers face eviction after ZANU PF order
    • Dutch farmers demand US$23m compensation
    • Amnesty Urges Zimbabwe to Save Murambatsvina Victims
    • Mugabe, Tsvangirai: Zimbabwe to Rush Drafting New Constitution
    • Mugabe backs down
    • Three MDC-T members hospitalized after ZANU PF attack in Gweru
    • Glen View cop murder trial postponed
    • Zim Diaspora newspaper planned for SA
    • We have a distorted national heroes' history: PM
    • Zimbabwe Allows Private Millers to Import Maize
    • Chitungwiza town clerk as case to answer: court
    • My hands are clean: Masunda
    • Man In Trouble For Mocking Mugabe
    • Poor roads cost Zimbabwe 'billions'
    • Stop Loss of Borrowdale Vlei
    • MDC condemns threats on Minister Biti
    • U.S. higher education program marks 30 years in Zimbabwe
    • Zimbabwe teen leaves anguish behind, starts future at Bryn Mawr
    • The complexity of Zimbabwe's negotiated transition
    • Mugabe Pushing Zimbabweans to the Brink?
    • “Is your battery secured?”
  37. Posted 2/10/12
    • Mugabe meets Service chiefs behind PM’s back
    • Jomic meeting fails to take place
    • Zanu PF top official blasts indigenisation
    • Bishops urge govt to enforce healing policy
    • Critics slam Mugabe’s ‘unrealistic’ election date
    • March polls hinge on reforms — Analysts
    • Tsvangirai promises free and fair elections at 13th Anniversary celebrations
    • Judge postpones by-election ruling
    • Chihuri urged to declare ‘illicit’ roadblock cash
    • IMF report urges Zim to seek donor funds for referendum and elections
    • Mzembi, Kaseke differ on UNWTO convention centre
    • Chombo wants MDC graft probe report
    • Zanu PF's time is up: Mutinhiri
    • 3 MDC supporters stoned, hospitalised
    • Zanu PF MPs furious over Copac confusion
    • Zinasu leader arrested ahead of demo
    • Supreme Court to decide on Anglican row this month
    • 31 perish in weekend road accidents
    • Security sector reform key to peaceful elections
    • Reforms first before elections
    • Editor’s Desk: Immediate gain behind plunder
    • Resolutions of the MDC National Council - 28 September 2012 (Bulawayo)
    • Draft Constitution: The History Of Property Rights And The Flawed Zim Constitution - Ben Freeth
    • Opinion Pieces On Draft Constitution
  38. Batch 2 Posted 1/10/12
    • Zimbabwe Monitors: March Polls 'Impossible'
    • PM Warns Mugabe Against Rigging Elections
    • Zimbabwe PM urges support for draft charter
    • Struggle reaching ‘fruition’ — PM
    • MDC supporters ambushed, attacked
    • Uniformed forces: New rank marshals in town
    • Illegal settlers pose environmental threat in Vumba
    • Zimbabwe ambassador to Australia now a student
    • MDC to unveil new party symbol
    • Vigil reply to MDC – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 29th September 2012
    • Too many looters in Zimbabwe Government
    • Mugabe Pushing Zimbabweans To The Brink?
    • Robert Mugabe: A Master of Irony and Satire
    • Zimbabwe Draft Constitution input, September 2012 – ZUPA
  39. Posted 1/10/12
    • ‘Mugabe holds key to conference success’
    • Anti-graft organisation petitions Chihuri
    • EU funds US$3 million Masvingo sanitation project
    • Police officers evicted from MDC-T member lodgings
    • Tongaat Hullets bails out struggling hospital
    • Domboshava murders spark backlash on prostitutes
    • Soldiers acquitted on assault charges
    • Chitungwiza General hospital in need of urgent expansion
    • IMF says Zim’s current account deficit to shrink
    • Chimanimani diamonds above board: Shillaev
    • Regional blocs seek to remove trade barriers
    • Chinese firm fails to complete dam construction project
    • ‘Elections impossible by March next year’
    • Constitutions muzzled for political gain: Biti
    • Time to rethink large scale commercial agriculture

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