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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will next week gobble millions of dollars when he takes a huge entourage of more than 50 government officials to attend the fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development from June 1 to 3, the Zimbabwe Independent can reveal.
Baba Jukwa, through his pulling power, has momentarily taken the focus off the country's battle between President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, providing gossip, rumour-mongering and sleaze on other politicians.
After a year off the air, Keith Olbermann has been emailing the heads of various TV networks looking for a job, including Phil Griffin at MSNBC, Emir Al Thani at Al Jazeera and Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe state television.
A sense of humour is the key to ending civil war, negotiating military coups and being a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, says Sir Don McKinnon, who took top honours at the 2013 World Class New Zealand Awards last night.
Two more judges have been appointed to the Supreme Court bench in line with the country's new constitution which was gazetted this week.
The new Constitution that was formally gazetted by Robert Mugabe on Wednesday makes his desired June election date technically unlawful, with months worth of preparations constitutionally required.
A rights activist, who is living with HIV, filed a test case in the newly constituted Constitutional Court on Thursday to highlight the challenges and ill treatment facing people living with the virus in the country's prisons.
Conditions surrounding platinum have been changing quickly, as extreme pressure is on the sector because the current price literally can't support the industry.
A well known Zimbabwean businessman with South African citizenship was last week told by the Registrar General Tobaiwa Mudede that he had to renounce his foreign citizenship first, before he could apply for a Zimbabwe identification document.
Two attackers armed with knives have killed a man, reportedly a soldier, near an army barracks in London.
With several low-key, but unmistakable gestures, the United States has signaled that it is moving toward normalizing relations with Zimbabwe, the former White minority-rule nation once known as Rhodesia.
President Robert Mugabe has signed into law a new constitution, which was approved by a large majority in a referendum in March this year.
The Public Order and Security Act gives untold power to the police, and many have claimed that President Robert Mugabe has used the country's security forces to intimidate his opposition.
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang arrived in Harare on Tuesday, starting an official visit to Zimbabwe, the first leg of his African trip from May 21 to 25 to boost China's relations with the continent.
Zimbabwe PM Morgan Tsvangirai says his party will end years of bias and abuse by the police, military and intelligence services.