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Zimbabwe has an economic and political problem: Naledi Pandor

Zimbabwe has an economic and political problem: Naledi Pandor

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Zimbabwe has an economic and political problem which is impacting its neighbours, South Africa’s International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor said on Friday.

Zimbabwe only country in SADC hallucinating about ‘asymmetric warfare’ and ‘dark forces’, and should stop justifying repression

Zimbabwe only country in SADC hallucinating about ‘asymmetric warfare’ and ‘dark forces’, and should stop justifying repression

Yesterday’s (14 August 2020) Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation virtual meeting was an eye-opener, and had one major takeaway for the people of Zimbabwe – the apparent lone and isolated stance by their government that the country was under some so-called ‘asymmetric warfare’ attack by ‘dark forces’, both from foreign and local ‘perennial detractors’.

Africa Albida Tourism Zimbabwean Ambassadors in Conservation Fundraising Drive

Africa Albida Tourism Zimbabwean Ambassadors in Conservation Fundraising Drive

Leading Zimbabwean hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism has been selected as country
ambassadors for Ride4Rangers, a global initiative to raise much needed funds for
conservation across Africa.

Is Zimbabwe Cracking Down on Dissent?

Is Zimbabwe Cracking Down on Dissent?

Zimbabwe has arrested the organisers of a protest against government corruption that had been planned on July 31st. President Emmerson Mnangagwa is accused of stifling dissent by detaining journalists and opposition members. Mnangagwa claims he’s fighting outside forces trying to destabilise his country, but is he just silencing anyone that disagrees with him?

Hatcliffe report complete

HATCLIFFE - The Report on the Impact Survey on Operation Murambatsvina (Operation Restore Order): The case of Hatcliffe Extension is now complete and will be available...

Z$60,000 for a scud

HARARE - Hardly a month after an increase, the price of local brew has shot up...

Mugabe weeps at Sally’s graveside

HARARE - Zimbabwe's strong man, Robert Mugabe, last Friday wept uncontrollably as he laid a wreath...

Many are disillusioned by Homelink saga

BY OWN CORRESPONDENT LONDON - Since our front-page lead about an alleged Homelink scam two weeks...

MDC Byo congress elects office-bearers

HARARE - The MDC has set the weekend of 17-19 March as the dates for the...

Cattle herds decimated

cattleHARARE - About 4 000 cattle have...

EU renews sanctions

LONDON - The European Union has renewed its targeted sanctions against a list of prominent Zanu...

Govt plans toll roads

BULAWAYO - The government is planning to introduce inter-city toll plazas to assist in paying for...

Zanu bids for Dynamos

BY TORBY CHIMHASHU HARARE - The ruling Zanu (PF), its support base dwindling drastically, is turning...

Zim lose to Senegal

SPORTS CORRESPONDENT SENEGAL - The Teranga Lions beat Zimbabwe 2-0 at El Masry stadium in Port Said...

Cricketers demand payment

HARARE - Zimbabwe's professional cricketers are owed match fees dating back to August 2005 as well...

Ferdinand’s late header sinks Liverpool

BY JOHN HUGHES Rio Ferdinand, the England centre-back, powered in a last-minute header to clinch Manchester...

It’s just not cricket

BY MUONGORORI HARARE - Zimbabwe has a proud record of sporting prowess. Just after independence in 1980,...

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