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Letters to the editor: December 1 to 7
Letters to the editor: December 1 to 7
Eusebius McKaiser is right to say “Mugabe did not wake up one morning and decide to be an autocrat. It was a slow slide ...” (“We dismiss Zim lessons at our peril”)....
Britain in talks with Kenya's Mau Mau victims over settlement
Britain in talks with Kenya's Mau Mau victims over settlement
The British government is negotiating payments to thousands of Kenyans who were detained and severely mistreated during the 1950s Mau Mau insurgency in what would be the first compensation settlement resulting from official crimes committed under imperial rule....
Too little too late
Too little too late
So Britain is sending more troops to Afghanistan. This week the British government announced a major new deployment. Another 230 soldiers will be...
Brazil oil discovery may confound doom-mongers
Brazil oil discovery may confound doom-mongers
Excitement about the potential of Brazil as a massive new source of oil and gas intensified on Tuesday after a senior Energy Ministry official...
Global markets rally on huge cash injection
Global markets rally on huge cash injection
Asian and European equities surged higher on Wednesday, mirroring an overnight rebound on Wall Street after major central banks announced a massive...
UK denies Brown wants blanket sports ban on Zim
UK denies Brown wants blanket sports ban on Zim
The British government has no plans for a blanket ban on sportsmen from Zimbabwe, Prime Minister Gordon Brown's spokesperson said on Tuesday,...
BBC: Gordon Brown keen on sports ban on Zim
BBC: Gordon Brown keen on sports ban on Zim
The British government is considering stepping up the pressure on Zimbabwe by banning its athletes from competing in Britain, the BBC has reported....
Zim awaits presidential vote results
Zim awaits presidential vote results
Zimbabweans waited anxiously on Thursday for an end to a deafening official silence over the outcome of their presidential election, after the...
Prospects grow for election run-off in Zim
Prospects grow for election run-off in Zim
Prospects for a run-off in Zimbabwe's election appeared to increase on Wednesday after state media said President Robert Mugabe had failed to win a...
Tutu calls for international peacekeepers in Zim
Tutu calls for international peacekeepers in Zim
South African Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu on Wednesday proposed sending an international peacekeeping force to Zimbabwe in the wake of the...
Govt addressing concerns on security of SA passports
Govt addressing concerns on security of SA passports
The South African Cabinet has given the assurance that everything possible is being done to address the British government's concerns about the...
MK veterans: Scorpions out to destroy Zuma
MK veterans: Scorpions out to destroy Zuma
The Scorpions must be disbanded because they are a counter-revolutionary force out to destroy African National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma...

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