Archive | July, 2005

ANZ team in London to explain plight

Staff Writer THREE staffers from Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ), publishers of the banned Daily News and the Daily News on Sunday, are in London to explain their case to […]

Bishops vie for Zim Catholic leadership

Itai Dzamara CATHOLIC Bishops Patrick Mutume and Michael Basera of the Mutare and Masvingo dioceses respectively are the front-runners in the search for a successor to the late head of […]

Byo journalist arrested over youth militia story

Loughty Dube A BULAWAYO-based reporter with the Media Africa Group (AMG), Gift Phiri, was last Friday picked up by police over a story published by the stable’s weekend paper outlining […]

500 000 children face new type of malnutrition

Itai Dzamara A POVERTY-INDUCED disease previously unknown in Zimbabwe threatens the lives of 500 000 children as levels of malnutrition have increased sharply over the past two years due to […]

Chideya ‘borrows’ Joburg plan

Augustine Mukaro EMBATTLED Harare town clerk Nomutsa Chideya appears to have borrowed parts of his strategic turnaround plan for Harare that he presented to Local Government minister Ign (more…)

Shiri tipped for Zvinavashe’s post

Dumisani Muleya AIRFORCE of Zimbabwe commander Air-Marshal Perence Shiri is likely to replace Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) commander General Vitalis Zvinavashe who is retiring next month, it emerged yesterd (more…)

Obasanjo tries to sneak Zim in

Dumisani Muleya PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is battling to sneak into the forthcoming Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) in Abuja, Nigeria, next month after he was initially ba (more…)

Lack of planning could blight farming season

ZIMBABWE faces another poor harvest even if it receives good rains in the coming season because of a critical shortage of fertiliser. An official from the Zimbabwe Fertiliser Company (ZFC) […]

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