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.

Ncube to quit in 2010

BULAWAYO – Professor Welshman Ncube, the chief architect of the pro-Senate faction of the opposition MDC, is quitting politics in 2010.

Ncube told CAJ News he would...

Saints bow to Highlanders

HARARE - Run-away log leaders, Highlanders on Sunday opened a 12-point lead at the top of...

Hick bounces back

By JOHN HUGHES

LONDON - Zimbabwe's Graeme Hick, now aged 40, bounced back to form in...

Mwaruwari in SA for physio

JOHANNESBURG - Benjani Mwaruwari is currently in South Africa for physiotherapy treatment on a troublesome knee....

Any hope for Africa?

Any hope for Africa?

MUNICH - The 2006 FIFA World Cup has kicked off in Germany....

Dont fool yourselves

‘Real evil often appears in the guise of great social charm’

By Fr Oskar Wermter SJ
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Zimbabwe Vigil Diary 10th June 2006

LONDON – England’s first World Cup match victory brought lots of soccer supporters to the Strand...

Displacement and survival

LONDON - This year’s Britain Zimbabwe Society Research Day, scheduled for Saturday at St Antony’s College,...

Bishop denies allegations of scandal

Bishop denies allegations of scandal

JOHANESBURG – Bishop Paul Verryn of the Central Methodist Church has...

No asylum for torture victim

BY MARTINE STEMERICK

JOHANNESBURG - Three years ago, a man staggered into a...

Big guns moved to State House

JOHANNESBURG - The Zimbabwean military has placed anti-aircraft guns at Harare International Airport, President Robert Mugabe’s...

International acclaim for VOP

BY EVERETTE NDLOVU

Radio Voice of the People Radio(VOP), the only independent radio station in Zimbabwe,...

Denial, distortion dominate state media

BY OUR CORRESPONDENT

HARARE – Using its now time-honoured tactics of denial or distortion – or both,...

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