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  1. Zimbabwe: Russian Business Delegation Expected TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | AllAfrica.com

    POWERED Russian business delegation led by Foreign Minister Mr Sergey Lavrov is expected in Zimbabwe today on a three-day official visit during which a number of trade and investment deals are expected to be sealed.The delegation will interact with Government, business and industry leaders at a dinner hosted by The Herald Business in collaboration with the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe at Rainbow Towers today. Mr Lavrov will lead his delegation that has interests in several sectors of the economy, among them mining, energy, agriculture and infrastructure development.

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  2. .com | SADC summit to discuss Lesotho, DRCRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | News24

    ... assault several police stations prompting Prime Minister Tom Thabane to flee the country. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe who is also the current SADC chair reportedly arrived in South Africa on Sunday for the talks. Mugabe, according to The ...

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  3. .com | I instil fear in Western leaders, says MugabeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | News24

    Cape Town Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe claims the reason he is barred from attending international summits is because Western leaders are afraid of him. Speaking at a gathering in his home area Zvimba, the veteran leader, who has become a pariah in the West, said his ability to instil fear into the likes of US President Barack Obama explained the reluctance by world powers to include him in summits, according to The Telegraph .

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  4. Africa: President Launches Chinese-Contracted Power ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | AllAfrica.com

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe Thursday officiated the expansion of the country's second largest power station, a massive hydro-power project partially funded by China and undertaken by a leading Chinese construction company. The expansion of Kariba South Power Station will raise Zimbabwe's power generating capacity by a quarter in more than three years, officials said, moving a step closer to end the country's chronic power shortages.

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  5. .com | Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF to elect VPs by secret ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | News24

    Cape Town Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party, led by President Robert Mugabe, is set to choose the country's next vice presidents in December through a secret ballot, media reports say. According to The Sunday Mail , all positions in the presidium were set to be contested at the party's national congress apart from that of Mugabe, who was recently endorsed as party leader at the Youth and Women's League conferences.

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  6. Zimbabwe: NRZ Workers Stage Pay ProtestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | AllAfrica.com

    ... ce chairman of the Railway Association of Enginemen (RAE). ZANU PF will use a secret ballot to elect President Robert Mugabe's two deputies at the party's December congress as see more>>

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  7. RapNet Bans EGL and Green Tinted DiamondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | Diamonds.net

    ... the 5 percent from politically stable mining areas. The U.S. has long-standing sanctions against President Robert Mugabe, his family and many of the political elite as well as diamond companies, including Mbada Diamonds, Marange Resources and the ...

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  8. 'Whites, go back to England'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | NEWS.com.au

    ... he was better than Jesus Christ is back. And you won't believe what he said this time. Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe, long known for his outspoken rants, has told whites who are still in his country to "go back to England", as he vowed that ...

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  9. Tax' the Mafia - " Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 6th September 2014Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 6 | Zimbabwe Situation

    President Mugabe - having failed to sell Zimbabwe in Beijing - is now turning to other salesmen to bail out his bankrupt regime. Street vendors in Chitungwiza are being told they must register to pay tax to the Zimbabwe Revenue authority, although most of them only manage to scrape up a few dollars a day to feed their families Although Mugabe came home from China with the prospect of various development projects, it is clear there will be no cash injection to pay the government's running costs.

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  10. Grace Mugabe poised for power in ZimbabweRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | The Peninsula

    Harare: Even as he received red carpet treatment in Beijing last month, lauded by China as an "old friend" and "renowned leader", Robert Mugabe was in danger of being upstaged by a colourful, charismatic presence at his side. His first lady, Grace Mugabe, sporting a series of vivid outfits during the official visit to China, was once a lowly member of the presidential typing pool.

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  11. Sure, he isRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | The Daily Beast

    Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has claimed the reason he is not invited to Western summits is because Barack Obama is afraid of him." It's your support which enables me with my small frame to instill fear in the likes of Obama," the 90-year-old, who has been widely censured for human rights abuses, told an audience of supporters.

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  12. White People Should 'Go Back to England,' According to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | TheBlaze.com

    Robert Mugabe said Friday that whites who are still in the country should go back to England as he vowed that those removed from land redistributed to black Zimbabweans would never be allowed to return. "Don't they know where their ancestors came from? The British who are here should all go back to England.

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  13. Zimbabwe: 'Economy Demands Convergence of Minds'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | AllAfrica.com

    ... government. So we are saying let us work together." Since last year's harmonised elections won by President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF, the economy has been on a downward spiral with unemployment levels rising due to the continued closure of ...

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  14. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Blasted for Trying to Gag Zanu-PF OfficialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | AllAfrica.com

    MEDIA advocacy groups and media experts have blasted President Robert Mugabe for attempting to gag his Zanu PF officials from engaging the independent media saying such a move would worsen media polarisation in the country. While addressing Zanu PF supporters in Kariba on Thursday, Mugabe warned party bigwigs against dealing with the private media in the on-going factional fights, labelling it the "opposition media."

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  15. Zimbabwe: Power Project Cost Raises SuspicionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | AllAfrica.com

    FORMER Energy minister Elton Mangoma yesterday questioned the US$533 million Kariba South Power Station extension project launched by President Robert Mugabe last week, saying there was serious suspicion of inflation of prices and looting by officials involved. "Initially when we signed, the total cost for the project was US$370 million, now they are talking of US$530 something million.

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  16. Zimbabwe: Mugabe No Longer in Control?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | AllAfrica.com

    THE past few months have seen President Robert Mugabe's ruling Zanu PF party turn into a political theatre as simmering factional fights boil over ahead of its elective congress in December. Internal squabbles are not new in the party but they have failed to fatally harm Zanu PF because its leader has traditionally maintained a strong grip that has kept power hounds chained.

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  17. Rwanda: Rebel Group Digs in Ahead of Disarmament DeadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | AllAfrica.com

    A rebel group of The Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda said that they will not surrender even when the deadline to disarm and peacefully repatriate is only a few months away. In a recent letter addressed to President Mugabe, the rebels stated the current peace process is compromised and they no longer trust the UN forces operating in the Congo- Monusco, the Kigali government and that of DR Congo; but the FDLR leadership was not clear on how the agreement was compromised Rwanda has repeatedly warned that the presence of armed FDLR militia in the Congo compromises the peace and security progress in Rwanda and the region at large.

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  18. Slow demand hit Zim, Malawi dairyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | Iol.co.za

    ... of the milk portfolio," said Tsumba. The dairy industry in Zimbabwe has been on the decline since President Robert Mugabe's Zanu PF party initiated farm invasions in 2000. The government is attempting to restore productivity in the dairy sector and ...

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  19. Mugabe Tells Whites; Go Back to EnglandRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 7 | Canadian Content

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe said Friday that whites who are still in the country should go back to England as he vowed that those removed from land redistributed to black Zimbabweans would never be allowed to return. Mugabe was speaking during the installation of a chief at Murombedzi Growth Point in his rural Zvimba home area.

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  20. Mugabe blasted for trying to gag Zanu PF officialsRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 7 | In-depth Africa

    MEDIA advocacy groups and media experts have blasted President Robert Mugabe for attempting to gag his Zanu PF officials from engaging the independent media.

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