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Zimbabwe economy to grow by 9.3% in 2011, says Biti

Zimbabwe's economy is on course to grow by 9.3% in 2011 due to a recovery in the key mining and agriculture sectors, Finance Minister Tendai Biti.

Zimbabwe economy could grow 10% a year

Zimbabwe's MDC can grow the economy by 10% a year if it wins elections President Robert Mugabe wants held in 2011, the prime minister said on Sunday.

China lends Zimbabwe $700m, seeks protection

China signed nearly $700-million in loan deals with Zimbabwe on Monday, its biggest loan package to date.

Mugabe unlikely to be swept from power

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is unlikely to be forced out by a popular uprising like those in Egypt and Tunisia, analysts said.

Zimbabwe police seize Tsvangirai’s cars

Zimbabwe's police have seized cars belonging to Morgan Tsvangirai's official escort and arrested his drivers for possessing police beacon lights.

Zim seeks prosecutions over WikiLeaks reports

Zimbabwe's attorney general plans to set up a commission to investigate possible treason charges against locals over briefings with US diplomats.

Zimbabwe’s Bennett wants terrorism charges dropped

Lawyers for Roy Bennett asked the Zimbabwe High Court on Monday to drop terrorism charges against him in a trial which has raised tension in Harare.

Zim prosecutor seeks to impeach Bennett witness

Zimbabwe's Attorney General said the state is to have a key witness in the terrorism trial of Roy Bennett impeached for giving contradicting evidence.

Mugabe’s Zanu-PF battles to regain absolute power

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF may never regain absolute power after losing its parliamentary majority last year, analysts say.

Roy Bennett goes on trial for terrorism

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's ally Roy Bennett goes on trial accused of terrorism on Monday.

Zimbabwe to boost power supply by June 2010

Zimbabwe's Hwange power station will reach full generation capacity of 750MW by next June while 90MW would be produced from a smaller station.

Tsvangirai seeks SADC pressure on Mugabe

Morgan Tsvangirai will this week meet the SADC to pressure Robert Mugabe to resolve disputes in Zimbabwe's unity government, an aide said on Monday.

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