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3 hrs ago | San Francisco Bay View

The T-shirt warrior: an interview with Chris Zamani, founder of the Hapo Zamani Za Kale T-shirt line

Politics is the art of survival and learning how to cope against a world that has consistently told our people that we are worthless unless we are working and building capital for white people and white power.

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7 hrs ago | SW Radio Africa

Electoral Amendment Bill takes away Diaspora voting rights

The Crisis Coalition in Zimbabwe has said the Electoral Amendment Bill, which sailed through the ZANU PF dominated Parliament without adjustments, is 'patently unconstitutional' and President Mugabe should not sign it into law.

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11 hrs ago | IRIN

Tobacco-curing eats up Zimbabwe's forests

While, smoking tobacco is extremely harmful for human beings growing it has been good for Zimbabwe's economy and its farmers.

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15 hrs ago | The Gaston Gazette

Today in Histoy: K2 was conquered as two members of an Italian expedition reached the summit

On July 31, 1964, the American space probe Ranger 7 reached the moon, transmitting pictures back to Earth before impacting the lunar surface.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: Zimplats to Spend U.S. $690 Million On Refinery

Zimplats plans to have its base metal refinery, situated at its Selous Metallurgical Complex, operational within the next two years, chief executive Mr Alex Mhembere said yesterday.

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SW Radio Africa

Zanu PF infighting to get worse

A Harare based journalist has said that President Robert Mugabe has no interest in appointing anyone to succeed him in ZANU PF and the party's elective congress in December 'will come and pass as a damp squib'.

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SW Radio Africa

I don't know it all, says Biti as he calls for dialogue

Ex-Finance Minister Tendai Biti has agreed with President Robert Mugabe's wife that no one person has all the answers to the Zim crisis, saying that is why dialogue is crucial.

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Iol.co.za

ZImplast to spend R7.4bn to upgrade refinery

The Zimbabwean unit of the world's second largest platinum producer Implats will spend $690 million to upgrade its base metals refinery, the chief executive officer said on Wednesday.

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Fly Africa launches operations from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls

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SW Radio Africa

Ministers in Russia amid 'discord' over minerals

A Zim ministerial delegation is in Russia to explore joint venture opportunities in mineral exploration, according to the State media reports.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: 'Wrongly Accused' Zim Driver Rots in Zambia Jail

A ZIMBABWEAN truck driver who is being accused of armed robbery has been rotting in prison in Livingstone, Zambia, for the past seven months under unclear circumstances.

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In-depth Africa

Editorial Comment: Curbing road carnage everyone's duty

ZIMBABWEANS yesterday woke up to yet another report of a horrific traffic accident along the Harare-Beitbridge highway in which at least 18 people lost their lives.

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SW Radio Africa

Media Commission rejects invitation by Moyo's media panel

The Zimbabwe Media Commission has reportedly rejected an invitation to appear before the controversial media panel created by Information Minister Jonathan Moyo, insisting that the panel is duplicating the responsibilities of the constitutionally appointed Commission.

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SW Radio Africa

Suspicious fire destroys home of MDC-Team Renewal official

The home of a district official in the MDC-Team Renewal party is reported to have been completely destroyed in a fiery blaze on Sunday, as the breakaway political group held a leadership meeting in Mutare.

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SW Radio Africa

Two-month-old baby killed by municipal police

A baby was run over and crushed to death by a Masvingo municipal driver who was pursuing fleeing vendors on Monday.

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AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: Boastful Mpofu Denies Seeking $10 Million Bribe

FORMER Mines Minister Obert Mpofu on Monday denied claims he solicited for a $10 million bribe from embattled Core Mining and Mineral Resources director Lovemore Kurotwi who is being tried for an alleged $2 billion diamond mining fraud.

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Iol.co.za

World needs a prosperous Africa - Obama

US President Barack Obama kicked up a major outreach to Africa on Monday by urging youth leaders to build a "prosperous and self-reliant" future for the continent built on civil rights and the rule of law.

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In-depth Africa

Editorial Comment: Ministers must take Parliament seriously

THE new Constitution of Zimbabwe is very clear that the Vice President, Ministers and Deputy Ministers have an obligation to attend Parliament and to answer questions where the need arises, but it boggles the mind why some ministers feel they are above the supreme law.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

In-depth Africa

Cde Musarurwa: A witty, uncompromising journalist

The death of Willie Musarurwa on April 3, 1990, brought gloom to the fraternity of journalists and his many admirers in Zimbabwe and elsewhere.

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In-depth Africa

Halo over Tsvangirai is gone - forever

Why would the so-called international community waste its time and talents focusing on Zimbabwe when there are hotter and more deserving issues such as Gaza, Ukraine, Boko Haram, Iraq, Libya, Syria and so on? From a very pedestrian point of view, the recent visit to the United Kingdom by opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai was nothing to write home ... (more)

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