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Mugabe ‘personal vendetta’ against Roy Bennett

Zimbabwe's prime minister said on Thursday that the refusal of Zimbabwe's longtime president to appoint a white politician to the Cabinet is racist.

Tsvangirai wants SADC summit on Zim

Morgan Tsvangirai on Sunday called for an immediate SADC summit to resolve disagreements stalling Zimbabwe's power sharing government.

Zimbabwe to appeal acquittal of Tsvangirai ally

Zimbabwe will appeal the acquittal of Roy Bennett, a top ally of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, in a terrorism trial, a state prosecutor has said.

Acquitted Bennett ‘to expose’ corruption in Zim

Roy Bennett said on Tuesday he would expose "lies, deceit and theft" in Zimbabwe after he is sworn in as deputy agriculture minister.

Tsvangirai hails acquittal of Roy Bennett

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has hailed the acquittal of Roy Bennett on terror charges as "very positive".

Court acquits Zim’s Bennett of terrorism charges

A judge on Monday acquitted Roy Bennett, a top aide to Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, of all charges in a terrorism case.

Bennett could face death penalty for Zim terror charges

Zimbabwean politician Roy Bennet will learn on Monday whether he must answer terrorism charges that could result in the death penalty.

Fresh charges against Zim’s Bennett dropped

Prosecutors in Zimbabwe said on Monday they have dropped grain-hoarding charges against Roy Bennett, a top aide of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.

New charges against Zim’s Bennett ‘are harassment’

Authorities in Zimbabwe on Wednesday imposed new charges on Roy Bennett, a top aide to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.

Zuma’s Zim talks widen

No poll date, but Zuma's direct approach goes beyond the usual power players

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.

Zimbabwe strike forces Bennett trial delay

The trial of Zimbabwe opposition politician Roy Bennett was postponed indefinitely as court workers joined a wage strike by government employees.

Zim court rejects Bennett witness confessions

A Zimbabwean court has ruled that confessions by a witness implicating a key ally of Morgan Tsvangirai were invalid as they were not made freely.

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.

Bennett’s high-profile terrorism trial resumes in Zim

The trial of Zimbabwe politician Roy Bennett, who is facing terrorism charges, resumed on Wednesday with the prosecution's key witness due to testify.

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