Archive | January, 2005

NGOs vow to continue despite Bill

Itai Dzamara NON-GOVERNMENTAL Organisations (NGOs) involved in issues of democracy, human rights and media advocacy have said they will continue operating until government uses the NGO B (more…)

Moyo at it again

Gift Phiri INFORMATION minister Jonathan Moyo is suing Munn Marketing (Pvt) Ltd for $100 million for allegedly distributing in Zimbabwe the Sunday Times of South Africa — a paper h […]

Severe grain deficit looms

Itai Dzamara ZIMBABWE faces a severe grain deficit again this season due to poor planning by government and lack of inputs and draught power among newly resettled farmers.

South African firm sues RBZ

Gift Phiri A SOUTH African law firm that acted as a conduit for information between a “whistleblower” and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is instituting legal action against the […]

Imminent split moves MDC on elections

Itai Dzamara PRESSURE from the international community and its local support base has forced the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) to review its position on participation in the March (more…)

Chiefs ’empowered’ to prop up Zanu PF

By Ray Matikinye THE recent displacement of a family in Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe (UMP) district in Mashonaland East from the area by Chief Tedius Matambanashe for allegedly supporting the opposition Movement f […]

No going back on Tsholotsho

Staff Writers INFORMATION minister Jonathan Moyo’s bid to appeal against his exclusion from the Zanu PF primary elections in Tsholotsho will not succeed once the central committ (more…)

CFX mulls rescue plan

Vincent Kahiya/Conrad Dube TROUBLED CFX Financial Services, the holding company for collapsed CFX Bank, is mulling a rescue package that could see major shareholders and depositors being invited to take […]

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