Archive | May, 2009


Msika Ready to Quit Party

VICE-PRESIDENT Joseph Msika is reportedly on the verge of quitting due to deteriorating health and resurfacing power struggles in Zanu PF involving two rival factions and his restive former Zapu […]

Trial Date set for Zimind Journalists

A HARARE magistrate yesterday set June 16 as the trial date for Zimbabwe Independent editor Vincent Kahiya and news editor Constantine Chimakure on allegations of publishing falsehoods prejudicial to the […]

‘Zuma hiding Zim report’

NON-Governmental Organisations in South Africa yesterday accused President Jacob Zuma’s office of covering up the existence of a damning report by retired generals about the role of the military in […]

MDC Convenes Conference Amid a Host of Challenges

THE Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T –– a key member of the inclusive government –– will tomorrow hold its ninth national conference at a time when the party is facing internal problems […]

Unicef Agrees to Drill Boreholes at UZ

A UNITED Nations agency has saved the Zimbabwe government from further embarrassment after it emerged that five of the eleven boreholes at the University of Zimbabwe have been contaminated with […]

Farmer Evicted Twice

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s controversial land reform programme took a new twist on Wednesday when a court ordered the eviction of a man who is not a farmer. (more…)

Confusion Shrouds Fate of By-elections

CONFUSION surrounds the holding of by-elections to fill vacancies in parliament with the Ministry of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs saying the onus to carry out polls lay with the Zimbabwe […]

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