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Gillian Gotora

Gillian Gotora

    Zimbabwe's gloomy holidays
    Zimbabwe's gloomy holidays
    This year's holiday spirit seems to have been dimmed in Zimbabwe by its worsening economic situation marked by company closures and job losses.
    Intimidation of govt critics persists despite new Zim Constitution
    Intimidation of govt critics persists despite new Zim Constitution
    Bullying of rights activists continues in Zimbabwe despite the country's new Constitution, which enshrines democratic rights, says a rights watchdog.
    Tsvangirai confident he'll oust Mugabe in election
    Tsvangirai confident he'll oust Mugabe in election
    Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai says he is poised to sweep to victory in upcoming presidential elections.
    Mugabe moved by the 'giving hearts' of his supporters
    Mugabe moved by the 'giving hearts' of his supporters
    Robert Mugabe, celebrating his 89th birthday, has said he will defeat his opponents in elections this year and remain in power for another five years.
    Report accuses Zimbabwe of stealing diamond money
    Report accuses Zimbabwe of stealing diamond money
    About $2-billion worth of diamonds have been stolen from Zimbabwe's eastern diamond fields and have enriched President Robert Mugabe's ruling circle.
    Zim's Kasukuwere threatens Implats with takeover
    Zim's Kasukuwere threatens Implats with takeover
    Indigenisation Minister Saviour Kasukuwere has warned Impala Platinum he will take the mine over if it doesn't comply with Zimbabwe's BEE laws.
    EU seeks to normalise ties with Zanu-PF
    EU seeks to normalise ties with Zanu-PF
    The European Union said on Friday it has removed 51 loyalists of Zimbabwe's president from a list of people facing travel and banking bans.
    Climate change hits Africa's poorest farmers
    Climate change hits Africa's poorest farmers
    Poor farmers across Africa can see clear signs of the impact of climate change, with the continent already struggling to feed itself.
    Zim minister elated with diamond decision
    Zim minister elated with diamond decision
    Zimbabwe's mining minister vowed that the country "will no longer be begging" after the Kimberley Process approved sales of its Marange diamonds.
    Archbishop of Canterbury meets Mugabe
    Archbishop of Canterbury meets Mugabe
    The head of the worldwide Anglican church on Monday met with President Robert Mugabe to speak about abuse the church experiences in Zimbabwe.
    Zimbabwe cop-death suspects 'tortured' in jail
    Zimbabwe cop-death suspects 'tortured' in jail
    Twelve wounded suspects accused of killing a police inspector have appeared in a Zimbabwe court, and their lawyer said they were tortured in jail.