Archive | January, 2005

NCA protest foiled

Staff Writer. HEAVILY armed riot police yesterday broke up pro-democracy demonstrations in the capital, arresting at least 31 activists, organisers said yesterday.

UN envoy to tackle Zim

Gift Phiri A UNITED Nations envoy will next week table a draft resolution on the worsening human rights situation in Zimbabwe at the 59th session of the UN General Assembly […]

Chaotic land reform strains diplomatic ties

Augustine Mukaro ZIMBABWE’S chaotic land reform programme has strained relations with Western countries and South Africa as their nationals lose farms protected under bilateral trade agreements. (more…)

Mnangagwa fights for Kwekwe

Augustine Mukaro RULING Zanu PF secretary for administration Emmerson Mnangagwa’s bid to return to mainstream politics faces a stern test in the primary elections for the Kwekwe Central constituency. (more…)

Zanu PF bulldozes reforms

Dumisani Muleya THE ruling Zanu PF is planning to introduce the much-touted proposed electoral reforms without consultation with key stakeholders, a move that is likely to increase criticism that it […]

Harare water contaminated

Itai Dzamara FORMER Harare Mayor, Elias Mudzuri, has said residents of the capital city and satellite towns are consuming water contaminated with raw sewage due to the chaos going on […]

Chindori violated undertakings’

Augustine Mukaro/Godfrey Marawanyika FORMER Mines minister Edward Chindori Chininga is alleged to have violated High Court orders and government directives not to interfere with Export Processing Zone (EPZ) (more…)

Gono unconvincing on NEDPP gains

RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor Gideon Gono was last week forced to make a retreat on claims that government had raised US$2,5 billion in foreign currency, a target it set […]

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