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Cris Chinaka

Cris Chinaka

    Morgan Tsvangirai 'suspended' by MDC
    Morgan Tsvangirai 'suspended' by MDC
    Infighting in Zimbabwe's main opposition party has intensified, with a splinter group announcing it has suspended leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
    Africa and West at odds over disputed Zim poll
    Africa and West at odds over disputed Zim poll
    President Jacob Zuma on Sunday congratulated Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe on his re-election, in sharp contrast to Western governments.
    Top Zimbabwe court refuses to delay July 31 election
    Top Zimbabwe court refuses to delay July 31 election
    Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court has rejected a series of government appeals to delay a July 31 general election.
    Mugabe turns 89, says ruling Zim is his 'divine' mission
    Mugabe turns 89, says ruling Zim is his 'divine' mission
    Robert Mugabe has said he had a "divine task" to lead Zimbabwe, shrugging off concerns about his health and fitness for office.
    Zim media activist detained in fresh crackdown
    Zim media activist detained in fresh crackdown
    A media rights activist has been detained by police in Zimbabwe, pointing to a crackdown on Zanu-PF dissenters ahead of elections next year.
    Tsvangirai denounces Zim nationalisation plans
    Tsvangirai denounces Zim nationalisation plans
    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's main rival has denounced his plans to nationalise foreign-owned firms as "looting and plunder" by a greedy elite.
    Zim tense over anti-Mugabe protests call
    Zim tense over anti-Mugabe protests call
    Internet campaigns calling for protests against the rule of President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday did not lead to any mass gatherings in Zimbabwe.
    Zimbabwe heads into a storm with early election
    Zimbabwe heads into a storm with early election
    Zimbabwe faces a new political storm with President Robert Mugabe pushing for an early election opposed by rivals.
    Zim hopes to revive struggling state firms
    Zim hopes to revive struggling state firms
    Zimbabwe hopes to have clear plans by the end of the year on turning around 10 struggling state firms.
    Mugabe wants closer ties with West
    Mugabe wants closer ties with West
    Zimbabwe wants normal ties with powers critical of its policies but will press ahead with a plan to hand control of companies to black Zimbabweans.
    Mugabe's party sees possible 2011 Zim polls
    Mugabe's party sees possible 2011 Zim polls
    Officials say there is no reason for Zimbabwe not to hold elections in 2011, but analysts say the polls could be much later.