Riot police outside Job Sikhala’s house in Chitungwiza

Riot police outside Job Sikhala’s house in Chitungwiza

Following the police raid on Job Sikhala’s house this morning, MDC youths clashed with police around the Huruyadzo shopping centre in Chitungwiza.

BREAKING NEWS: Anti-govt protest in Mabvuku

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Jean Vanier – mourning a reputation

Jean Vanier – mourning a reputation

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Letter for Lydia

Letter for Lydia

Dear Family and Friends,

History of constitutional amendments in Zimbabwe

History of constitutional amendments in Zimbabwe

Tracking the history of Constitutional Amendments in Zimbabwe since the days of Robert Mugabe has confirmed that the process has largely an affair of consolidating power in the hands of the ruling elite.

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Letter from Home – Staggering backward in time

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Letters 27/04/06

Email safely
EDITOR - With regard to your article "How to email safely" by Ed. Please advise...

Rural Zimbabweans hit by health crisis

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Word for today 27/04/06

My soul glorifies the Lord .. He has brought down rulers from their thrones, but has...

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Foreign firms snub ZITF

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Twentytwelve by Andrew Keogh
published by Adonis &Abbey at £12.99
ISBN: 1-905068-12-3

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