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Zim continues with crackdown on white farmers

President Robert Mugabe's ''land reform programme'' took a new twist on Wednesday when a court ordered the eviction of a man who is not a farmer.

Zimbabwe ‘is still bleeding’

Pikai sometimes drops in at Clay's home for a bite to eat and a chat, and Pikai returns the favour by letting his neighbour collect water.

Economic crisis throws Zim into ‘information dark age’

Zimbabwe's economic catastrophe is plunging the country into an ''information dark age'', according to media analysts.

‘Born-again’ Mugabe silences dissent

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe silenced discussion in his party about his retirement and quashed a power struggle over his succession at a party congress over the weekend. Mugabe imposed a loyal but political lightweight young woman as Zanu-PF party vice-president, to put her directly in line to succeed him when he either retires or dies.
  • Joyce Mujuru elected Vice-President
  • Mugabe rules out any talks with white farmers

    President Robert Mugabe has ruled out any possibility of talks with the country's white farmers, and told them their rights to own property were second to blacks, state radio reports.

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