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With the nomination of First Lady Grace Mugabe to a senior Zanu PF position, the great succession debate is dominating headlines once again.
ADORABLE BABY LIONS: It's kind of like they took a kitten and crossed it with a savage animal too naive to realise it will one day be able to maul you and feast on your carcass.
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Southern African leaders ended a two-day summit on Monday resolving to develop their industries to boost regional co-operation and set up a fund for its projects.
Southern Africa is committed to finalize negotiations to establish Africa's largest integrated market covering 26 countries in eastern and southern Africa.
The story of the place can be boiled down to this: A rich Zimbabwean found some abandoned lions, started raising them and realized they started to display hunting instincts, such as stalking birds.
President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika Saturday told Malawian journalists covering the 34th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community that Malawi would learn from countries with vast experience in mining industry to benefit the locals and the country as a whole.
HISTORY was made in Victoria Falls yesterday where Sadc heads of state and government are gathered for their 34th Ordinary Session where President Mugabe assumed chairmanship of the regional bloc, taking over from Malawian President Professor Peter Mutharika.
The 34th Ordinary Summit of the Southern African Development Community got underway in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe on 17 August, with incoming chair President Robert Mugabe urging a "reality check" as the region reviews its development blueprint.
Mumbengegwi, who took over as chairman of the Sadc Council of Ministers from Malawi's George Thapula Chaponda, said the resilience shown by Zimbabweans had even shocked some of the country's detractors, especially Western countries which imposed sanctions on the Zanu PF government with the aim of triggering civil unrest.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 07:06 pm
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