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Friday, February 15, 2019

Zim deal to be signed this weekend?

Johannesburg - A security troika for southern African nations has agreed that a deal to resolve Zimbabwe's crisis should be signed during this weekend's regional summit, a foreign minister who attended the meeting said on Saturday.\r\n

‘Zimbabwe still needs aid’

Bishow Parajuli ZIMBABWE will again this year extend its begging bowl to the international donor community for poverty alleviation and development assistance. As has been...

More Zanu PF provinces endorses Kasukuwere ouster

GWERU – Zanu-PF Midlands Province has joined Mashonaland Central, Masvingo and Bulawayo provinces in the call for the sacking of national political commissar Saviour...

Robert Mugabe splashes US$1m on five-star luxury flight

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last week splurged more than US$1 million when he chartered an ultra-luxurious Boeing 767-200 Extended Range aircraft to Singapore and Ghana...

‘Without CIO I would not be in office’ – Mugabe

HARARE – Amid the ugly tribal, factional and succession wars tearing the ruling Zanu PF apart, President Robert Mugabe has lavished praise on the...

Mugabe lashes out at Chinese

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has lashed out at his “all-weather friends” — the Chinese — for allegedly using him to hoodwink the people of Manicaland...

Zimbabwe police collect $15 million annually from traffic fines, Parliament told

HARARE,– The Zimbabwe Republic Police collects up to $15 million in traffic fines annually, Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo told Parliamentarians on Monday. “The...

Zimbabwe holds its breath as the World’s oldest demagogue turns 93

As the world’s oldest head of state approaches his 93rd birthday on Tuesday, Zimbabwe has been planning a party for thousands of people in...
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