Archive | January, 2010


GNU Hangs by a Thread

THE shaky inclusive government is facing renewed danger of collapse after ongoing inter-party negotiations yielded a stalemate over contentious issues confronting the three rival parties currently running the country. Informed […]


Sanctions Crunch Time for EU, Zim Parties

THE European Union and the MDC-T are facing a critical moment in the next few weeks when they consider the issue of targeted Western sanctions against President Robert Mugabe, Zanu […]

Zanu PF divisions deepen in Mash West

POLITICAL divisions in Zanu PF’s Mashonaland West province are deepening as the party’s executive and senior politburo members fight for control of the province. (more…)

Netone fails to repay US$28m loan

THE government-owned telecommunications company, NetOne, has approached treasury to renegotiate terms for a US$28 million loan the firm got from international financiers at its inception more than a decade ago. […]

Court sets aside eviction ruling

THE High Court has set aside its own ruling ordering a retired army general, Edzai Chimonyo, to vacate Fangundu Farm (Pvt) Ltd, which he occupied over the festive season. (more…)

AU Aware of GNU Problems

AFRICAN Union Commission chairperson Jean Ping has admitted that Zimbabwe’s all-inclusive government is plagued by problems, but was quick to say that these could be overcome. (more…)

Parties’ Bickering Derails Constitution Process

SERIOUS bickering and wrangling by the three political parties in the inclusive government on the selection of rapporteurs, accountability of donor funds and the role of the United Nations Development […]

We need to fight the demon of corruption

ZAPU is disturbed by media reports alleging corruption on the part of cabinet ministers in the inclusive government. Even more worrying is that members of the MDC-T, who are hardly […]

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