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Cape Town South Africa has failed to take the lead in the industrialisation process of other African countries because its economy is still under white control, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly said.
For the first time after many years of drought, Zimbabwe is on the path to achieving food self-sufficiency, thanks largely to the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme, which has made a huge impact on production.
The MDC party and a phalanx of NGOs, which are sponsored by the US, Britain and other Western governments directly or by proxy would surely in America's book be instruments of an "unusual and extraordinary threat".
In 1924 Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr a Jamaican Political Leader and Orator wrote a poem titled; Hail United States of Africa: His words captured the hearts of the Fathers of Pan Africanism to give birth to the Pan Africanist Movement which in 1945 held its fifth Pan Africanist Congress in Manchester, United Kingdom which was attended by Patrice ... (more)
Zimbabwe has set up an asset management company to buy non-performing loans from banks, the central bank governor said on Tuesday, a move designed to restore stability to a sector stung by rising bad debts.
China's President Xi Jinping on Monday hailed Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe as a renowned African liberation leader and an "old friend" of the Chinese people.
Zanu PF structures in the country's 10 provinces are divided on how to deal with Foreign Affairs deputy minister Chris Mutsvangwa who has of late been attacking senior party officials as factionalism threatens to tear apart President Robert Mugabe's party.
T leader Morgan Tsvangirai's call for rebels to re-join his faction have landed on deaf ears, as the latter said they would not "follow him into his make believe world".
Beijing: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe meets his counterpart Xi Jinping in China on Monday after being invited to visit, weeks after he was snubbed by US President Barack Obama at a summit of African leaders he hosted in Washington.
ZIMBABWEANS are snapping up millions of free condoms every month but it's got little to do with safe sex: they are using them to ease the pain of arthritis.
The trial of a Chiredzi man accused of insulting President Robert Mugabe failed to take off recently after the accused, Leonard Maora 's defence lawyer argued that the matter could not be heard in the absence of a Prosecuting Authority certificate.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Saturday left for China on a five-day state visit that is expected to boost bilateral ties.
President Mugabe has assented to the Electoral Bill to become law. In a Government Gazette published yesterday, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda, announced provisions of the Electoral Act that provides for the filling of National Assembly or Senatorial vacancies with a "qualifying" party member.
THERE was near pandemonium at the Harare Magistrates' Court on Friday after seven MDC-T youths who are facing charges of public violence were remanded in custody.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 05:39 am
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