All Roads lead to Bulawayo

All Roads lead to Bulawayo

As we count down to a sure to come new Zimbabwe this July, all roads lead to Bulawayo when MDC-T President Adv. Nelson Chamisa and his MDC Alliance juggernaut roll into the country’s second largest city with a rally at the White City Stadium tomorrow.

Coourt orders  ZRP and commuter omnibus driver to pay $4 000

Coourt orders ZRP and commuter omnibus driver to pay $4 000

A ZIMBABWEAN court has ordered the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), Home Affairs Minister and a
commuter omnibus driver to pay more than $4 000 in damages to Constance Tshuma as compensation
for some injuries and the disfigurement she suffered in 2014 after some negligent ZRP officers shot at a commuter omnibus in which she was a passenger.

ZLHR challenges ZRP’s prohibition of CiCZ’s public procession

ZLHR challenges ZRP’s prohibition of CiCZ’s public procession

A coalition of non-governmental organisations has hauled the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to court
seeking an order to stop the law enforcement agency from interfering with a demonstration to be held on
Thursday 05 April 2018.

Zimbabwe’s tobacco farming tarnished by child labour

Zimbabwe’s tobacco farming tarnished by child labour

Zimbabwe hopes to use tobacco farming to help the country recover from debt, but a new Human Rights Watch report details issues with child labour and human rights abuses on the farms.

MISA slams electronic spying bill

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Ask no questions, but tell some lies

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HARARE - The state-run media's policy of refusing to link Zimbabwe's agricultural and economic...

Letter from Home – Staggering backward in time

BY LITANY BIRD
Dear Family and Friends, I don't know why, but after a short stay outside...

Letters 27/04/06

Email safely
EDITOR - With regard to your article "How to email safely" by Ed. Please advise...

Rural Zimbabweans hit by health crisis

BY OSWALD SITHOLE
ODZI - A huge health crisis is developing in areas where hundreds of thousands...

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My soul glorifies the Lord .. He has brought down rulers from their thrones, but has...

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Foreign firms snub ZITF

BULAWAYO - Zimbabwe's 47th trade fair opened this week with only a dozen foreign companies exhibiting...

Wayward policies torpedo Mugabe’s economic recovery plans

HARARE - Zimbabwe's latest drive to revive an economy teetering on the brink of meltdown is bound...

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Twentytwelve by Andrew Keogh
published by Adonis &Abbey at £12.99
ISBN: 1-905068-12-3

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Young communists demand SA action on Zimbabwe

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Coins disappear now how do we beg?

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