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Dumisani Muleya

Dumisani Muleya

    What lies in store for Zimbabwe when Robert Mugabe goes?
    What lies in store for Zimbabwe when Robert Mugabe goes?
    Who will succeed Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe? This has been the most important question within Zanu-PF and in Zimbabwe over the past few...
    Zim officials fingered in steel company probe
    Zim officials fingered in steel company probe
    Officials interviewed by Zimbabwe's National Economic Conduct Inspectorate (Neci) over the alleged looting by senior politicians at the state-owned...
    Zanu-PF rivals square up over Mugabe's job
    Zanu-PF rivals square up over Mugabe's job
    Fresh infighting has flared up in Zanu-PF as the party's rival camps square up over President Robert Mugabe's hotly contested succession, with...
    Kasrils kick-starts Zim rescue mission
    Kasrils kick-starts Zim rescue mission
    South African President Thabo Mbeki has relaunched his diplomatic offensive to engage President Robert Mugabe in a bid to resolve Zimbabwe's...
    Pressure mounts on Mugabe to quit
    Pressure mounts on Mugabe to quit
    Prominent church leaders are expected to meet President Robert Mugabe next week to discuss Zimbabwe's deteriorating political and economic...
    Zim opposition gangs up ahead of election
    Zim opposition gangs up ahead of election
    Opposition political groups and civil society movements in Zimbabwe have started consultations to form a united front to support a single candidate...
    Presidential succession plan in Zim collapses
    Presidential succession plan in Zim collapses
    Zimbabwe ruling party Zanu-PF's plan to amend the Constitution to delay the 2008 presidential election until 2010 to facilitate Vice-President...
    Zim security seeks to control private media
    Zim security seeks to control private media
    Zimbabwe's state security agency, the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO), is seeking to emulate South Africa's apartheid-era information blitz...
    Zanu aims for two-thirds
    Zanu aims for two-thirds
    The ruling Zanu-PF in Zimbabwe has set its sights on achieving a two-thirds majority in the parliamentary elections scheduled to take place on...
    It's do or die for MDC
    It's do or die for MDC
    Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) will face a daunting task if — as widely expected — it decides to contest...
    Splat goes the master of spin
    Splat goes the master of spin
    Zimbabwe's Information and Publicity Minister Jonathan Moyo performed a dramatic volte-face four years ago, turning full circle from being...
    Another blow to Moyo
    Another blow to Moyo
    Zimbabwe's beleaguered Information Minister, Jonathan Moyo, is facing yet another blow to his faltering career at a time when he is battling for...