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56 min ago | In-depth Africa

Meat vending raises stink

Meat vending has increased as phenomenally as have other commodities in recent times but concerns have spiked over health and an increase in livestock theft.

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56 min ago | In-depth Africa

'We've a history of achievement'

President Mugabe hands over one of the several awards to PSMAS group public public relations executive Ms Mavis Gumbo while her colleague looks on Premier Service Medical Aid Society dominated the news headlines over high salaries and benefits early this year.

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56 min ago | In-depth Africa

Msika: Visionary, fearless founding nationalist

Cde Joseph Wilfred Msika, the former Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and ZANU-PF's Vice President and second secretary, was a visionary leader and fearless founding nationalist who held firm and strong to the bitter end.

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1 hr ago | MacLeans

Good news, bad news

Finally, some good news on the foreign correspondent front: After being held for nearly two years in a Syrian prison run by an affiliate of al-Qaeda, American freelance journalist Peter Theo Curtis was freed on Sunday with help from American ally and frequent hostage negotiatior, Qatar.

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Related Topix: Journalism, Metal, Isis, World News, Africa,

6 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: Reserve Bank to Import Special Coins to Ease Shortages - Report

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe , or the central bank, said Monday it will import special coins with similar value to those currently circulating in the economy to ease a shortage of change in the economy.

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10 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

Zim opposition protesters beaten, arrested

Zimbabwe riot police detained a dozen opposition protesters and beat up others at a demonstration on Wednesday over high unemployment, an AFP correspondent witnessed.

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11 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

More Mega Deals Struck in China

Zimbabwe struck more mega deals in China with funding agreements and feasibility studies of power projects, road dualisation and railway line construction being put on paper yesterday.

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15 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: Fired MDC-T Workers to Attach Tsvangirai's Home

Opposition MDC-T workers sacked in 2010 will seek to attach party leader Morgan Tsvangirai's House and dozens of vehicles after the party failed to pay them about $520,000 in damages for unfair dismissal.

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15 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Turns to One of Few Allies Left - China

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is in China on a five-day state visit. The trip comes after he was snubbed by U.S. President Barack Obama, who did not invite him to the recent U.S.-Africa summit.

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Related Topix: Africa, World News, Africa Travel, Travel, Zimbabwe Travel, Robert Mugabe, US News, US Politics, Barack Obama, Africa, South Africa Travel, Africa, Mali Travel, Mali Travel, South Africa Travel

17 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

New Report Available: Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Ltd (BARC) - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

The bank offers a wide range of personal banking, corporate banking and security services.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

TrekEarth

Vicky in the Balcony

Here we have another sample of Victoria Falls in the Main Cataract. In the foreground we are in Zimbabwe while the falls are in Zambia.

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In-depth Africa

Editorial Comment: Food self-sufficiency boon for economy

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.

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In-depth Africa

Muntanga: The lion of Binga

Cde Andrew Sikajaya "Bigman" Muntanga, the "Lion of Binga", a pioneer in nationalist politics among the Tonga people, a revolutionary leader and first member of Parliament for Binga, died on July 10, 2011 at the age of 74. He was buried at the National Heroes Acre on July 20. Born on October 20, 1937 in Binga District, Cde Muntanga did Sub A and ... (more)

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In-depth Africa

Why don't we learn from America?

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".

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Related Topix: Prison, World News, Africa, Robert Mugabe, US News, US Federal Bureau of Investigation

Silicon Alley Insider

The 10 Most Important Things In The World Right Now

Plans for military action have been on the table for weeks, though nothing has been confirmed yet.

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PhysOrg Weblog

Breathing new life into psychiatric education in Zimbabwe

Dr Nube, one of the two doctors who set up the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe.

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BBC News

Lessing leaves her library to Zimbabwe

Celebrated author Doris Lessing has bequeathed her entire book collection to the city library in Harare, it's been reported.

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Salt Lake City Weekly

California's Unfunded Earthquake Alert and Eighty Years of Fergusons

Following the biggest earthquake to hit California in decades, scientists are calling on leaders to fund a statewide alert system in the state.

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Iol.co.za

Zim to buy bad debt from banks

The Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation will purchase the loans under commercial terms, and assign collateral and all other rights, the central bank said in its monetary policy statement yesterday.

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AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe: Zim, China Sign Nine Mega Deals

ZIMBABWE and China yesterday signed nine landmark agreements that will see the emerging global giant from Asia providing financial support for the much-needed economic enablers in critical sectors that include energy, roads, national railway network, telecommunications, agriculture and tourism as part of the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable ... (more)

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