Archive | September, 2007

Government to impose exit visas

GOVERNMENT is working on draft regulations to make exit visas mandatory for Zimbabweans going abroad as the state takes steps to curtail freedom of movement. This (more…)

RBZ near fuel deal

Conrad Dube/Godfrey Marawanyika SOUTH Africa’s Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) is demanding that Zimbabwe’s export receipts to that country be tied up as security for a long-term fuel deal whose negotiations […]

Zimbabwe: ‘Wait, see and hope’

WASHINGTON: A panel of experts on Zimbabwe admitted frustration on Tuesday that international pressure against President Robert Mugabe has failed to weaken his hold on power. Tom Woods, a top […]

Succession issue fuelling attempts to bring polls in line

A Zimbabwean government proposal to harmonise the date of presidential and parliamentary elections is motivated by the “unresolved” succession issue within the ruling ZANU-PF party, say political analysts. Patrick Chinamasa, […]

Zimpapers reels as hard times bite

Augustine Mukaro ZIMPAPERS, which now operates almost exclusively as a government propaganda mouthpiece, has embarked on drastic cost-cutting measures by clearing sit-in correspondents and freezing recruitme (more…)

Harare holds transfer of water billing to Zinwa

Clemence Manyukwe THE Harare Commission has put on hold Vice President Joice Mujuru’s directive to transfer water billing and collection to the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) pending deliberations by […]

Despite assurances, land grabs still on

Augustine Mukaro FRESH land seizures have debunked government’s claims of having completed farm acquisitions as disturbances on the farms continue unabated with owners still fighting legal battles or seeking government […]

Moyo reveals ‘imminent constitutional change’

Loughty Dube/Pindai Dube THE case in which former Zimbabwe government minister, Jonathan Moyo, is suing two senior Zanu PF officials opened at the Bulawayo High Court this week with the […]

Zim pulls out of AU human rights meeting

Godfery Marawanyika ZIMBABWE will no longer host the African Commission for Human and Peoples’ Rights meeting in November due to budgetary constraints, Justice minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. < (more…)

Harare in bid to conceal evidence of blitz

Takawira Mapfumo HARARE City Council’s move to fine victims of the government-driven clean-up exercise for uncollected rubble from their backyards has sparked massive dumping of rubbish and rubble in public […]

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