No spying going on – ISPs

HARARE
Zimbabwe's Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are insisting that they cannot monitor all their customers' e-mails because the requirement is too cost intensive and lack the institutional...

ZimTrade to develop Zambian market


HARARE
ZimTrade has said it plans to set up a mega retail shop in Zambia to...

Mass deflections to Tsvangirai camp

DEFECTIONS in Zimbabwe's muddied opposition waters continue to be one-way traffic. Last Thursday, Silas Mangono, a...

Vote boundaries aid rigging

HARARE
The Delimitation Commission has reportedly finished drawing up boundaries for next year's elections and highly-placed sources...

UK students condemn Zim govt


LONDON
The National Union of Students (NUS) in the UK has condemned the Zimbabwean government and...

Aids drugs sold on black market


HARARE - HIV/Aids organisations have expressed concern over unlicensed drug dealers selling antiretroviral drugs on the...

Land only for blacks – Mutasa

HARARE
As desperate Zimbabweans run out of money to buy scarce basic foodstuffs at exorbitant prices...

Donkey meat for sale

BEITBRIDGE
Taking advantage of meat shortages in Zimbabwe a man here has been caught selling donkey meat...

‘Voter registration is being rigged’

KUWADZANA - Residents have expressed concern at the way the Office of the Registrar General has...

CSC buckles under people pressure

…price of beasts increased
BULAWAYO
The Cold Storage Company (CSC) has finally buckled under pressure and increased the...

Victory for land-grab farmers

Court showdown opens way for more claims
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PARIS - The government has admitted it has...

Jo’burg plans Aids help for migrants


JOHANNESBURG - Organisations helping Zimbabwean migrants are formulating an HIV/Aids intervention strategy.
This would give Zimbabwean migrants...

How did Gapara really die?


HARARE
A top Zimbabwean police officer who died in Zambia last Thursday was laid to rest Monday...

Mass defections to Tsvangirai camp

DEFECTIONS in muddied opposition waters continue to be one-way traffic. Last Thursday, Silas Mangono, a former...

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