Zimbabwe opposition leader vows street protests on the way

Zimbabwe opposition leader vows street protests on the way

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader said Tuesday he will roll out anti-government street protests this year, declaring that the collapsing economy will improve only if political issues, including a long-disputed election, are resolved.

AGENDA 2020: President Chamisa’s Address To The Nation

AGENDA 2020: President Chamisa’s Address To The Nation

Fellow Zimbabweans, Your Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic Community, Honourable Members of Parliament, Mayors and Councillors, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, it is an honour for me to present AGENDA 2020 which defines the year 2020 as the decisive year for dealing with the broad challenges facing the nation.

Zimbabwe plans a third increase in telecom service tariffs

Zimbabwe plans a third increase in telecom service tariffs

(Ecofin Agency) – Mobile operator Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the national telecom market leader, announces it is in talks with the Post and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ), for a possible further tariff increase.

Building a safety net for Zimbabwe’s urban poor

Building a safety net for Zimbabwe’s urban poor

‘There is a strong voice from the community that this is helping them meet their daily household requirements.’

Two Units at Zimbabwe’s Hwange Thermal Plant Return to Service

Two units at the Hwange thermal power station have been returned to service after flooding occurred on Jan. 18 and caused the power station to be forcibly shut, the Zimbabwe Power Co. said.

State postpones VOP trial – AGAIN

HARARE - In what their lawyer described as a shocking move, the trial of directors and staff of the independent radio station Voice of the People...

Snoopers’ Charter deeply flawed – MISA

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HARARE - Zimbabwe's bill to permit spying on private email and telephone...

Unasked question: Who killed the fish?

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HARARE - Were it not for the immense suffering of Zimbabweans, the state media's...

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Life after Mugabe
EDITOR - Despite the vaunted auspices of the Kennedy School of Government I...

Letters (1) 22-06-06

Disgusted at police brutality
EDITOR - This is an open letter to express my displeasure and disgust...

Civic groups condemn quiet diplomacy

GABORONE - Civic groups in Botswana have urged southern African leaders to adopt a much more...

‘Jail Mugabe, not refugees’ demand protestors


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GABORONE - More than 200 people from in...

Word for Today 22-06-06

The Lord is faithful to all his promises and loving toward all he has made. The...

PERCENTAGE OF NATIONAL ECONOMY IN ZANU (PF) HANDS


                              GDP    ZANU  %of total GDP
AGRICULTURE       15    ...

NEDPP’S fantasy economics

The announcement earlier this year of another economic turnaround package - the National Economic Development Priority...

Heavy cost for mortgaging resources to China

HARARE - Zimbabwe's long-term economic survival prospects look dimmer by the day with analysts warning that...

ZIFF on track

HARARE - The Zimbabwe International Film Festival is on schedule for this year with 300...

Dances with hope and vision

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