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.

Sports shorts 7/4/06

Zifa accounts in shambles
HARARE - The recent hand-over ceremony at Zifa House turned out into a farce as the old regime at the soccer governing body...

Olympics – prep should start now

BY SAVIOUS KWINIKA

JOHANNESBURG - As the nation prepares well ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games to...

Dynamos brought down to earth

HARARE - Army side Black Rhinos, played some brilliant football to dismiss Harare giants Dynamos 2-1...

There is no tomorrow

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

'It is like a wife who is beaten so badly that she will...

Tsvangirai’s life in danger

Letter from America

BY STANFORD MUKASA

WASHINGTON - No one in his or her right mind can ever...

Mugabe makes West End debut

BY A CORRESPONDENT

LONDON - Next week Robert Mugabe makes his debut in London's West End. Not,...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 1st April 2006

LONDON - We were pleased to have with us Adella Chiminya, whose husband, Tichaona, was one...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

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

Refugees die in Jozi inferno

JOHANNESBURG - The Zimbabwe Pastors Forum (ZFP) has called upon the South African government to investigate...

SA banks to help Zims

JOHANNESBURG - Two South African banks have pledged to raise about R1.3 million to help refurbish...

State media turn on Tsvangirai

BY A CORRESPONDENT

HARARE - Having exhausted farcical claims of a coup plot in Mutare, the state-run...

Letters. /continued 7/4/06

Stop being cry-babies
EDITOR - Allow me space to put the point straight in regard to recent...

Dying – for want of cough syrup

BY LITANY BIRD

Dear Family and Friends,
One year ago this week, Zanu (PF) declared themselves the winners...

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