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Concerns raised over Zim media bias
Concerns raised over Zim media bias
This is one of concerns raised by observers of this week’s general election, in particular the Electoral Commissions Forum of SADC countries...
Herald invites Faku to visit and voice his concerns
Herald invites Faku to visit and voice his concerns
African National Congress (ANC) Nelson Mandela Bay regional chairperson Nceba Faku has yet to accept an invitation to visit the Herald...
Burn down Mandela Bay newspaper, cries ex-PE mayor
Burn down Mandela Bay newspaper, cries ex-PE mayor
The chairperson of the ANC in Nelson Mandela Bay, former Port Elizabeth mayor Nceba Faku incited more than 100 party members to burn down the...
JSE 'open to Zim firms'
JSE 'open to Zim firms'
Firms listed in Zimbabwe may now have an opportunity to raise foreign capital through listing on the Pan African Board (PAB), a segment of the...
Zimbabwe chooses rand as reference currency
Zimbabwe chooses rand as reference currency
The Zimbabwe government has chosen the rand as the country's reference currency but will not "randify" the economy, the Herald reported on...
Zimbabwean jailed for selling 'urine' cooking oil
Zimbabwean jailed for selling 'urine' cooking oil
A Zimbabwean man has been jailed for two years after he sold urine to residents in a mining town, claiming it was cooking oil, a state daily...
Firepower puts Force in a spin
Firepower puts Force in a spin
The controversial fuel technology company Firepower, appears on the verge of collapse, with its offices abandoned in Perth and other parts of the...
Zim accuses US envoy of sneaking across border
Zim accuses US envoy of sneaking across border
Diplomatic ties between Zimbabwe and the United States came under further strain on Wednesday when authorities in Harare accused Washington's envoy...
Zim police arrest opposition supporters
Zim police arrest opposition supporters
Zimbabwean police have arrested 12 opposition supporters in the eastern border town of Mutare on public-violence charges, a state-run daily...
Zimbabwe run-off poll set for June 27
Zimbabwe run-off poll set for June 27
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai will return to Zimbabwe on Saturday after spending more than a month out of the country following disputed...
SADC: Zim not yet ready for fair vote
SADC: Zim not yet ready for fair vote
Conditions are neither safe nor fair yet for a run-off election in Zimbabwe in which the opposition hopes to unseat President Robert Mugabe, the...
Call for state of emergency over Zim violence
Call for state of emergency over Zim violence
A pro-government rights outfit in Zimbabwe has urged President Robert Mugabe to consider declaring a state of emergency to stem a tide of post-election political violence, state media said on Wednesday....

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