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Food shortages begin to bite

Staff Writer FOOD security is declining in traditionally dry Masvingo, the Midlands and Matabeleland provinces and Zimbabwe will not benefit from food handouts in the lean months from January to […]

US slams Aippa amendments

Gift Phiri THE United States government has condemned the passage of the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy (Aippa) Amendment Bill by parliament as “yet another attempt” by Zimbabwea […]

Zim man charged in tsunami charity scam

Canada Press/ Toronto police have arrested and charged a Zimbabwean man who was allegedly defrauding people by posing as a Red Cross worker collecting money for tsunami disaster relief. (more…)

Food shortages force traditions to change

HARARE – A small column of women trudges along the path to a funeral in Mufiri, in Zimbabwe’s eastern Masvingo district, occasionally tilting their heads to glance grudgingly at the […]

Playing solitaire with deck of 51 cards

Dumisani Muleya EXACTLY a year to the day after we were arrested for alleged criminal defamation against President Robert Mugabe, myself and three Zimbabwe Independent colleagues were on (more…)

Tsvangirai’s court papers still missing – Coltart

Blessing Zulu HIGH Court records relating to Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s 2000 parliamentary poll challenge in Buhera North are still missing, further delaying the legal pr […]

IMF to decide Zimbabwe’s fate

Ngoni Chanakira THE International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s executive board meets in Washington today to decide whether or not to suspend Zimbabwe’s voting rights. < (more…)

A two-donkey affair

Loughty Dube NEW farmers failed to take advantage of the return of the livestock show to the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) where less than 20 cows are being exhibited […]

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