Power-short Zimbabwe removes barriers to solar energy expansion

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Power-short Zimbabwe has removed import duties on solar-energy-related products, from batteries to cables, and mandated that all new construction in the country include solar systems, government officials said.

Case against pair linked to Pastor Lukau ‘resurrection’ provisionally withdrawn in court – report

Case against pair linked to Pastor Lukau ‘resurrection’ provisionally withdrawn in court – report

A case against two people who allegedly participated in the hoax resurrection of a Zimbabwean national at Alleluia Ministries was provisionally withdrawn in the Johannesburg Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe’s participation in World T20 qualifiers in doubt after ICC suspension

Zimbabwe’s participation in upcoming World T20 events is in doubt after the ICC suspended their membership over concerns about political interference

What the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement means for the continent

What the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement means for the continent

The operational phase of the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement (AfCFTA) was officially launched at the African Union (AU) summit in Niger in early July. Nigeria and Benin became signatories to the agreement, bringing the number of signatories to 54 out of 55, with only Eritrea still to join.

MDC Media and Diplomatic Briefing ahead of the 21st Meeting of SADC

MDC Media and Diplomatic Briefing ahead of the 21st Meeting of SADC

MDC Media and Diplomatic Briefing ahead of the 21st Meeting of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Ministerial Committee of the Organ (MCO) on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation in Lusaka, Zambia

Ndlovu focuses on building SA business empire

JOHANNESBURG - One of Zimbabwe Warriors and Highlanders' finest forwards, Adam Ndlovu, says he has merely taken a break from domestic and international football in order...

Chicago Pirates top the League

MBARE - The League is still alive and kicking, literally, as the main stream league matches...

Highlanders storm to victory

HARARE - Bulawayo soccer giants, Highlanders Football Club thrashed Hwange 4-2 in a strongly contested...

CIO increasing power and influence

BY SCOTT A MORGAN
HARARE - Recent reports that the Central Intelligence Organization is sending agents to...

Disastrous education decline as chefs send kids abroad

BY MFANYANA
In a scathing commentary on the current situation in Zimbabwe, Gift Phiri pointed out the...

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Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

LONDON - A new scheme has just been launched by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM),...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 11th November 2006

LONDON - Today was the Lord Mayor's Show - an age-old procession through the city which...

Church documents debated (23-11-06)

JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwean clergymen from various denominations in Zimbabwe and South Africa met here at the...

Strength oozes back

One of my favourite proverbs expresses the wisdom that people are resilient. Simba mukaka rinosinira. No...

We need to cast off the siege mentality

BY DAVID KAULEMU, AFCAST
'We have been schooled in the politics of suspicion, hatred and destruction'
The Christian...

Botswana journos fined

BULAWAYO - Two Botswana Broadcasting Service journalists have been fined Z$4000 for allegedly practicing without accreditation...

letters 16-11-2006

EDITOR - Our intelligence services, that is, the CIO, are so pathetic and desperate I feel...

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