Archive | March, 2005

Madhuku in court today

Ray Matikinye POLICE in Harare on Wednesday used batons to break up a demonstration by scores of pro-democracy activists, arresting three protesters including National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) chairman Lovemore Madhuku. […]

Mugabe’s bid for secret deal flops

Shakeman Mugari LEO Mugabe’s clandestine bid to buy a stake in Telecel Zimbabwe (Pvt) without the knowledge of other local shareholders has fallen on its face after major shareholder Telecel […]

Govt withdraws snooping bill

Clemence Manyukwe THE government has withdrawn the Interception of Communications Bill which was meant to spy on people’s messages after the Parliamentary Legal Committee (PLC) raised strong objections to its […]

Mugabe under fire for rejecting new constitution

Dumisani Muleya PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has come under fire for rejecting growing calls for full constitutional reform, claming that the current British-made Lancaster House constitution was “home-grown and sacrosanct”.(more…)

Violence against civil society rises: report

VIOLENT repression of civil society organisations has intensified in Zimbabwe in the past three years, claimed a new report from an international rights body. The 28-page report, Yo (more…)

Mat North governor relocates to Lupane

Lesley Moyo MATABELELAND North governor Sithokozile Mathuthu has started relocating from Bulawayo to Lupane, the Matabeleland provincial capital. Mathuthu was operating from Mhlahlandlela Governm (more…)

Govt rocks Oppenheimer empire

THE Oppenheimer empire in Zimbabwe has taken another knock after the government this week listed for compulsory acquisition six farms owned by one of the wealthiest families in the world. […]

Zanu PF to elect provincial committees

Loughty Dube ZANU PF will in November hold a special conference to elect new provincial executive committees which could be key factors in the succession saga.

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