Zim inventor accuses SA firm of stealing his idea

Zim inventor accuses SA firm of stealing his idea

A Zimbabwean inventor has alleged infringement of his intellectual property rights by a South African company, which he says went on to manufacture a unique mop after he approached its management.

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Mugabe’s address sparks outrage

Mugabe’s address sparks outrage

President Robert Mugabe’s state of the nation address presented to Parliament last week has sparked outrage among ordinary citizens here, who say it has plunged them into hopelessness as he failed to articulate any solution to the economic crisis.

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“The illicit flow of dollars from Africa” – Thabo Mbeki

“The illicit flow of dollars from Africa” – Thabo Mbeki

Mbeki is now head of the High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows From Africa created by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union

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People don’t listen to Mugabe anymore

People don’t listen to Mugabe anymore

Ahead of President Robert Mugabe’s state of the nation address (SONA), his critics predicted that it would be non-event. When he delivered the address, it was a non-event.

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Zim crisis deepens—Report

Zim crisis deepens—Report

Zimbabwe’s political, economic and social crisis is deepening, according to the Zimbabwe Peace Project’s latest report.

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Zim inventor accuses SA firm of stealing his idea

A Zimbabwean inventor has alleged infringement of his intellectual property rights by a South African company, which he says went on to manufacture a unique mop...
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Mugabe’s address sparks outrage

President Robert Mugabe’s state of the nation address presented to Parliament last week has sparked outrage...
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“The illicit flow of dollars from Africa” – Thabo Mbeki

Mbeki is now head of the High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows From Africa created by...
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Everyone wants a change

Fellow Zimbabweans, if there is any time we as a country must change course it is...
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People don’t listen to Mugabe anymore

Ahead of President Robert Mugabe’s state of the nation address (SONA), his critics predicted that it...
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Journey without maps

Journey without Maps is the title of a book in which Graham Greene described a journey...
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Zim crisis deepens—Report

Zimbabwe’s political, economic and social crisis is deepening, according to the Zimbabwe Peace Project’s latest report....
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A lot of hot air

The revitalisation of agriculture was top of the list in President Robert Mugabe’s State of The...
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Mugabe must answer questions in parly

MDC-T MP for Kuwadzana, Nelson Chamisa, recently got his way when the speaker of Parliament consented...
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Tobacco industry destroys bio-diversity

The tobacco industry is costing the nation its bio-diversity as farmers are clearing huge tracts of...
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FAMWZ embraces media houses in pursuit of gender equity

The Federation of African Media Women Zimbabwe (FAMWZ) has launched a gender media monitoring initiative aimed...
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Mutasa believes in Mukamba

Former Zimbabwe international Lloyd Mutasa has tipped Zimbabwe national team midfielder Denver Mukamba to revive his...
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Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes

The government has clashed with sugar cane farmers in Masvingo over its intended move to cut...
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Manyuchi’s lucky quartet

World welter-weight champion, Charles Manyuchi, has committed himself to grooming four young boxers he identified at...

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