News briefs 11/05/06

Relief agencies run out of food
HARARE - Hundreds of thousands of widows, orphans, school children and AIDS patients in Zimbabwe could starve with relief agencies saying...

Student Watch

By Violet Gonda
08 May 2006
18 students from Bindura University were arrested as the impasse over harsh...

Shamed by the children

And a little child shall lead them … So often, it seems, the children shame us....

Word for Today 11/05/06

From the rising of the sun to the place of its setting men may know there...

With hope and courage, Zimbabweans mark Press Freedom Day

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Journalists marched in protest in Harare. Students in Bulawayo applauded the US...

State media find more success in latest flop

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Reflecting their fiddling-while-Rome-burns approach to news, the state-run media hailed the Zimbabwe...

A challenge to tomorrow’s leaders

BY ZENZO MOYO
When the MDC split in October 2005, very few people believed it would be...

MDC vows to bring down ‘Iron Curtain’

HARARE - The MDC has promised that, when given the chance to govern Zimbabwe, it will...

News in Ndebele 04/05/06

Mafa's son accused of espionage
Indodana kaMafa kathiwa isiyinhloli
HARARE - UMKHOKHELI wenhlanganiso yePost Independence Survivors Trust (PIST),...

News in Shona 04/05/06

VaTongogara naVaChitepo Vodzimwa Muzvinyorwa
HARARE - Kwava nemakore makumi maviri nematanhatu apfuura kubva patakawana kuzvitonga, asi...

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Re-writing history in Zimbabwe

Josiah Tongogara was a major figure in the Zimbabwean independence movement, but the present leaders are...

7 arrested on May Day

HARARE - Zimbabwe's labour movement on Monday threatened to call street protests by workers to demand...

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