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Reagan Mashavave

Reagan Mashavave

    Zim's Mugabe readies for crunch elections
    Zim's Mugabe readies for crunch elections
    Facing would-be successors and widespread unpopularity, Robert Mugabe hopes to this week plot a path to victory at Zimbabwe's upcoming elections.
    Zim holds key meeting towards constitutional reforms
    Zim holds key meeting towards constitutional reforms
    Zimbabwe will hold a crucial meeting to review a draft of a new constitution, a step toward elections meant to end the power-sharing government.
    Zim's indigenisation policy 'scaring off' investors
    Zim's indigenisation policy 'scaring off' investors
    Analysts say Zimbabwe's forcing of foreign firms to hand over a 51% stake will scare away much-needed investment despite assurances to the contrary.
    Mugabe attacks gays, foreigners at birthday celebration
    Mugabe attacks gays, foreigners at birthday celebration
    Robert Mugabe marked his 88th birthday with a trademark attack on gays and foreigners at a mass rally to celebrate the occasion.
    Zimbabweans displaced from diamond mines left empty-handed
    Zimbabweans displaced from diamond mines left empty-handed
    They used to live on one of the richest diamond fields but now thousands of Zimbabweans await compensation after leaving for state-linked companies.
    Zim to get huge diamond boost but activists irate
    Zim to get huge diamond boost but activists irate
    Zimbabwe could earn billions of dollars selling diamonds from an area scarred by abuse after a crisis that left the "blood diamond" watchdog tattered.
    Deadline looms for foreign firms in Zimbabwe
    Deadline looms for foreign firms in Zimbabwe
    Foreign companies operating in Zimbabwe have until Sunday to hand in plans to sell majority stakes to local investors.
    Zimbabweans making merry at Christmas
    Zimbabweans making merry at Christmas
    For the first time in years, a Christmas dinner will become an affordable treat for Zimbabweans -- at least for those with jobs.
    Victims of Zim blitz struggle to build houses
    Victims of Zim blitz struggle to build houses
    Four years after her house was demolished in a blitz by Zimbabwe's government, Chipo Chama still lives in a grass thatched shack.
    Mugabe says Zanu-PF 'eating itself'
    Mugabe says Zanu-PF 'eating itself'
    Robert Mugabe on Friday bemoaned the divisions "eating up" his party as he opened its first congress since losing its absolute grip on power.
    Rural Zimbabwe struggles to survive without local currency
    Rural Zimbabwe struggles to survive without local currency
    Nyoko Nyazvigo counts out her slim earnings in her remote Zimbabwean village, neatly arranging her few US dollars, rands and Mozambican meticais.