Leave Tsvangirai alone, Mugabe told

Leave Tsvangirai alone, Mugabe told

MDC-T spokesperson Obert Gutu said President Robert Mugabe should leave his party (MDC-T) “alone” and spend his “little” energy on extinguishing Zanu PF which is burning.

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Dig Tsvangirai political grave, Mugabe

Dig Tsvangirai political grave, Mugabe

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe had a dig Wednesday at main adversary former Prime Minister and opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai for “taking pride in Zanu PF misfortunes”.

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UK: Zim Pastor’s sex convictions quashed

UK: Zim Pastor’s sex convictions quashed

UK: A church pastor originally from Zimbabwe who was convicted of sex abuse was a victim of a miscarriage of justice, appeal judges have ruled.

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Grace ally threatens Mnangagwa with death

Grace ally threatens Mnangagwa with death

AS ZANU PF succession fights threaten to tip the party over the cliff, Hurungwe East MP Sarah Mahoka has threatened Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa with death in President Robert Mugabe’s presence.

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GMO ban stays despite hunger, says Made

GMO ban stays despite hunger, says Made

AGRICULTURE minister Joseph made says millers will not be allowed to import genetically modified grain maize into the country as the food situation continues to worsen.

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Leave Tsvangirai alone, Mugabe told

MDC-T spokesperson Obert Gutu said President Robert Mugabe should leave his party (MDC-T) “alone” and spend his “little” energy on extinguishing Zanu PF which is burning....
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Dig Tsvangirai political grave, Mugabe

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe had a dig Wednesday at main adversary former Prime Minister and opposition MDC-T...
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Neopatrimonialism, clientelism and patronage: The Zimbabwe problem

This paper provides guidance to understanding and analyzing the concepts of clientelism and patronage and how...
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UK: Zim Pastor’s sex convictions quashed

UK: A church pastor originally from Zimbabwe who was convicted of sex abuse was a victim...
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Grace ally threatens Mnangagwa with death

AS ZANU PF succession fights threaten to tip the party over the cliff, Hurungwe East MP...
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GMO ban stays despite hunger, says Made

AGRICULTURE minister Joseph made says millers will not be allowed to import genetically modified grain maize...
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Nyusi promises continued efforts to speak to Dhlakama

Maputo (AIM) – Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi announced in Maputo on Tuesday that he will continue...
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Barclays pays $2,5m for sanctions breach

BARCLAYS PLC agreed to shell out nearly $2.5 million to the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s...
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Mugabe unforgivable, says Bishop Magaya

BISHOP Ancelimo Magaya says President Robert Mugabe's heartlessness which he has shown through his “reluctance” to...
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Zimbabwe: Of female artisanal gold miners

Mutare — Gold and diamond panning has widely been believed to be associated with uncivil, fiercely...
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We have got to turn the cash around

I spent last weekend in the Nyanga Mountains doing nothing and a bit of fishing. After...
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ZLHR corners school authorities to release pupils “O” level certificates

AUTHORITIES at a Zimbabwean school have released examination certificates for two students which they had been...
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Where is Dzamara?

Editor - Just last week, I entered Zimbabwe for the first time. As a liberation...
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SA: Biti blasts govt on mining

CAPE TOWN: Former finance minister Tendai Biti says the nationalisation of mines, or a variance of...

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