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Inyasha Chivara

Zanu fears 2002 election report

Zanu-PF officials are anxious that a report by South African judges on Zimbabwe's 2002 election could soon be made public, party insiders say.

Khampepe report worries Zanu-PF officials

Zanu-PF is worried that Khampepe documents may open rifts in the party ahead of elections.

Construction of Chinese-built Zim defence college under scrutiny

Engineers say Zimbabwe's National Defence College, built by a Chinese company, was allegedly 'a hurried job'.

Rot sets in at Rotten Row

Graft is so bad at the Harare court that the corruption-busting unit has had to set up a base there.

Code to stem political violence in Zim hailed

A new code of conduct for Zimbabwe's political parties will bar perpetrators of political violence from taking part in electoral processes.

Zim finance minister dismisses proposal to settle farmers’ claims

Zimbabwe's government is unlikely to entertain a proposal by a farmers' union, with Finance Minister Tendai Biti calling it an "elitist solution".

Suspects’ deaths cast suspicion on Zimbabwe’s police Inyasha Chivara

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights claims that there appears to be a police hit squad that is killing criminal suspects in custody.

Alarm over Zim deaths in custody

The Zimbabwe police are allegedly killing criminal suspects in custody, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights has claimed.

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