Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

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Workers under the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and citizen groups have begun a national stayaway in protest against the recent increase in the price of fuel, and the general economic meltdown the country is going through. We give you updates on what is happening countrywide. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials Slider
Few weeks ago, I asked in this instalment if the approach of this current government is to start a new economic base or to rebuild or patch the current tattered one. In raising this question, the objective was to contribute towards positioning the debate within the right framework. That definition would be a kind of a mental cartography, which helps to transform their ideas into action allowing the ordinary citizens to understand and navigate through our current economic landscape. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
I recently came across, via YouTube, a talk delivered in May 2018 by former Greece Finance minister Yanis Varoufakis at the Cambridge Forum, Massachusetts, the United States. Its title was Is capitalism devouring democracy? ...
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News Slider
NewsDay asked Zimbos to suggest solutions to the Zimbabwean political and economic crisis and this is what they said. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
THE academic, Mthuli Ncube’s foray into national politics as the Finance minister has had a disastrous beginning, virtually sending the economy into a tailspin. President “Economic Dialogue” Mnangagwa is having to deal with economics as well as politics. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
NICOLÁS Maduro is a Venezuelan politician who has been the President of Venezuela since assuming office in 2013. Previously, he served under President Hugo Chávez as Foreign Affairs minister from 2006 to 2013 and as Vice-President from 2012 to 2013. ...
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A Cypriot investor signed a $4.2 billion deal on Thursday to develop a platinum mine and refinery in Zimbabwe, an investment that President Emmerson Mnangagwa said showed the ...
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It was, for the most part, an exercise in bitter retrospection. Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe spent much of his first press conference since being ousted reflecting on ...
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Civic society groups in Zimbabwe claim that state-sponsored violence is taking place at the Chiadzwa diamond fields as the government attempts to keep illegal dealers and panners at ...
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It is the dawn of a new political era. An expectant populace and the world is glued to the television while some have thronged the National Sports Stadium to witness the inauguration into office of President-designate Emmerson Mnangagwa who is set to be sworn into office today (Friday). ...
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AMH Voices
TWO issues became major talking points last month; poison, after Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa fell ill at a Zanu PF youth interface rally in Gwanda, Matabeleland South; witchcraft, after President Robert Mugabe said Zanu PF had neither witches nor wizards. ...
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National News
Zimbabwean farmers have donated "thousands" of cattle to the African Union (AU) Foundation following an appeal by President Robert Mugabe, the state-run Herald newspaper reports. ...
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News
Ten years ago, former bricklayer, Samuel Musengi was allocated a nine-hectare plot to cultivate in Zimbabwe, as part of an accelerated phase of land reform programme that saw tens of thousands of black families resettled on what were once vast, mostly white-owned commercial farms. ...
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National News
THE controversy dogging Zimbabwe’s property rights has come back in the spotlight, with the recent launch of a property rights handbook commissioned by German non-governmental organisation, Friedrich-Naumman-Stiftung (FNS). ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
THE government needs to stop seeing the Diaspora merely as a cash cow and start investing in a real relationship. ...
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National News Politics
DEPUTY Chief Justice Luke Malaba has reportedly been appointed as the new Chief Justice (CJ), taking over from Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku who retired last month. ...
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Multimedia National News
IN the midst of the city’s morning bustle, a man stands on one corner of the street, occasionally pacing up and down. ...
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Multimedia News Politics
WHILE President Robert Mugabe made his speech some delegates- several of them senior officials- could not help doze off ...
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AMH Voices
The President must expect bhora musango to come 2018 general elections. The friction in his party cannot be solved by force. ...
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News
Robert Mugabe's anti-Western rhetoric has been conspicuous by its absence of late, a sign the 91-year-old leader has mellowed or realised that Zimbabwe may need financial help. ...
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News
Zimbabwe is exhibiting at the 2015 International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Conference in Budapest, Hungary, where players from 120 countries are charting the way forward in the world’s fastest growing sector. ...
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AMH Voices
The unexpected move by the Zimbabwe government to legalise shebeens has caused a stir among Zimbabweans. Tourism minister Walter Mzembi said that the shebeens will be rebranded to 'home hospitality centres' ...
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News
President Robert Mugabe on Thursday fired Sports, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa and replaced with Makhosini Hlongwane who has been minister without portfolio since last week. ...
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Multimedia
United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s much-anticipated “Judgement Night 3″ saw over 100 000 congregants ...
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Sport
ZIMBABWE long-distance runners left the country yesterday for the 2015 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Senior Championships to be held in Beijing, China. ...
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Sport
Zimbabwe rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge has noted that the Sables will need to dominate the forwards battle if they are to end their losing streak against Namibia. ...
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News
Zimbabwe still has a chance to restore its economy in the Renewable Clean energy Era. ...
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Pittsburgh doctor linked to second Zimbabwe lion hunt probe
Zimbabwe has linked a Pennsylvania doctor to an investigation into illegal lion hunting, naming him on Sunday as a client of a safari operator accused of breaching regulations, ...
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News
U.S. President Barack Obama hailed last week's Supreme Court decision to allow same-sex marriage as a "thunderbolt" but few share his view of gay rights in socially and religiously conservative Africa, which he visits this month. ...
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