Robert Mugabe Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. .com | Zimbabweans are a fearful people, says MDCRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | News24

    Cape Town Zimbabweans are a fearful people who have been so traumatised by the ruling Zanu-PF party's dictatorship that they will not freely answer questions of political nature, a spokesperson for the Movement for Democratic Change says. The MDC's Obert Gutu was reacting to a recent poll conducted by the Mass Public Opinion Institute which found that President Robert Mugabe would defeat Morgan Tsvangirai if elections were to be held in the country now.

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  2. Fire and water don't mix for Tanzania whistleblowerRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Reuters

    ... He worked in the revenue department where an estimated $2.9 million is lost each year to water theft. Robert Mugabe, the local area manager who sacked Lugembe, said the reason was professional misconduct and drunkenness, accusations that Lugembe ...

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  3. .com | Minister defends Mugabe's endless trips abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | News24

    Zimbabwe's Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has reportedly defended President Robert Mugabe's numerous trips abroad, saying he was a "diligent person discharging his duties as head of African regional blocs". Mugabe has, for a long time, been criticised by his opponents over his endless trips out of the country, as the country's economy continued to deteriorate.

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  4. Zimbabwe: Minister Defends Mugabe's Endless Trips AbroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Zimbabwe's Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has reportedly defended President Robert Mugabe's numerous trips abroad, saying he was a "diligent person discharging his duties as head of African regional blocs". Mugabe has, for a long time, been criticised by his opponents over his endless trips out of the country, as the country's economy continued to deteriorate.

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  5. Africa: Historic Launch of Largest Integrated Market in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | AllAfrica.com

    ... is a great success. Speaking at the launch of the "Grand" FTA, the chairperson of the AU, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, said Africa has come a long way and it is now time for the continent to take its rightful position on the international ...

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  6. Mozambique: Mozambique Decriminalise Homosexuality - Malawi's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Homosexuality will soon be legal in Mozambique as the country will this Thursday be celebrating 40th Independence celebrations to be held in Maputo which Malawi President Peter Mutharika will attend. With the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Mozambique, the number of countries with laws criminalising same-sex activity falls to 78. Malawi, Uganda, Palau, So Tom and Prncipe, Seychelles, Northern Cyprus, Botswana and Ivory Coast are some of the countries that hat still criminalise homosexuality.

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  7. .com | Mugabe to speak at Mozambique's independence celebrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | News24

    Cape Town Mozambique is celebrating 40 years of independence at Machaba stadium in Maputo on Thursday, with African Union chair Robert Mugabe expected to give a speech. According to Zimbabwe's state-owned newspaper The Herald , Mugabe, who also chairs the Southern African Development Community , arrived in Mozambique on Wednesday.

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  8. .com | Mugabe's spin doctor slams SALC over Al-BashirRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | News24

    Cape Town Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's "spin doctor" Jonathan Moyo has castigated the South African Litigation Centre , describing it as a "regime change outfit dominated, controlled & run by a white cabal with Rhodie or apartheid links". Moyo, who is currently out of his ministerial post after Mugabe "temporarily" removed him from government, took his criticism of SALC to social media just before the High Court in Pretoria made its ruling over the failure by the South African government to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir during the recent African Union summit in Johannesburg.

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  9. .com | 'Tyrant' Mugabe ideal candidate for ICC prosecution - ex-ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | News24

    Cape Town President Robert Mugabe and his cabal are ideal candidates for international criminal prosecution and that is why he is pushing African Union member states to pull out of the International Criminal Court , a former Zimbabwean minister says. New Zimbabwe.com reported that former state enterprises minister Gorden Moyo told a public meeting in Bulawayo that Mugabe was leading the call for a total African pull-out from the ICC in order to avoid prosecution.

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  10. .com | Mugabe 'forces' minister Moyo to step down - reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | News24

    Cape Town President Robert Mugabe has reportedly forced Information Minister Jonathan Moyo to step down to address what the Zimbabwean media termed a "technicality" that arose when he won a parliamentary seat in the country's recent by-elections. According to News Day , Moyo was appointed into cabinet in 2013 as a non-constituency MP and sources said he had to take a new oath of office as an elected legislator before he could return as a minister.

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  11. Zimbabwe: Ex-Minister Says Mugabe Pushing for ICC Pull-OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | AllAfrica.com

    AFRICAN UNION chairperson president Robert Mugabe, is pushing for member states to pull out of the International Criminal Court as he and his cabal are ideal candidates for prosecution, a former cabinet minister has said. Former state enterprises minister Gorden Moyo told a public meeting in Bulawayo that Mugabe was leading African dictators who were pushing for a total pull-out so as to avoid prosecution.

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  12. .com | Zimbabwe struggling to pay diplomatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | News24

    ... amid a cash crunch. Zimbabwe has been saddled with a financial crisis for over a decade following President Robert Mugabe's land reforms which decimated farming, the backbone of the economy. Thousands of companies have shut down or migrated to ...

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  13. Zanu PF begged for mercy in 2008: TsvangiraiRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Zimbabwe Situation

    Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday revealed how a desperate Zanu PF had dispatched its leading lights to him, allegedly including former State Security minister Nicholas Goche, to try and broker a deal that would save the party's and President Robert Mugabe's bacon after they had lost the March 2008 elections. Amplifying the stunning revelations at the weekend by former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa that Zanu PF bigwigs had been left numbed by that surprising loss, the former prime minister's spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka, said Zanu PF had initially conceded defeat but soon changed its position and went on to use thuggish methods to remain in power.

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  14. Mujuru to take on Mugabe in 2018Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Zimbabwe Situation

    ... about Mujuru, who was fired together with several other officials on allegations of plotting to oust President Robert Mugabe (91). "We will tell you about the party when we think it is necessary. We know there are people who are very enthusiastic to ...

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  15. Africa: From Burundi to Nigeria - Power to the People in Africa?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | AllAfrica.com

    ... Community (SADC) or the African Union (AU), both of which are currently chaired by Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe. In fact, speaking on the sidelines of the recently-concluded AU summit in Johannesburg, President Mugabe was quoted as saying that ...

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  16. We're more than just ZionistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | The Times of Israel

    ... world, I was overwhelmed by the irony and the juxtaposition. The AU, Chaired by none other than the corrupt Robert Mugabe, had conspired with its morally bankrupt cohorts to deny the victims and their families any hope of closure and retribution. ...

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  17. .com | Who's land is it anyway?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | News24

    ... news! We can help manage this so that there's a favourable outcome for everyone. In a recent documentary about Robert Mugabe, there was footage captured about a meeting consisting of white farmers discussing how to get their land back, one woman ...

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  18. Zanu PF cheated in 2008: MutasaRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Zimbabwe Situation

    One of President Robert Mugabe's former close allies has revealed for the first time that he and other Zanu PF officials were shocked after Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change won the 2008 elections - so shocked that he had rushed to protect Mugabe at his official residence. Didymus Mutasa, now out in the cold after being axed from the ruling party for siding with ousted vice-president Joice Mujuru, said he and others in Zanu PF were "absolutely shocked" when the parliamentary election results were released in 2008.

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  19. Maimane will ask protector to probe Bashir's departureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Mail & Guardian

    ... she has a duty to uphold the Constitution, not the wishes of the African Union and its chairperson, President Robert Mugabe. "These steps will provide an invaluable opportunity for government to shed some light on the events that led to al-Bashir's ...

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  20. Zimbabwe: Former Mugabe Aide Says Tsvangirai Won 2008 PollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | AllAfrica.com

    Former intelligence minister Didymus Mutasa has revealed for the first time that the MDC-T actually won the 2008 election by a narrow margin. Mutasa told the South African Sunday Independent newspaper that Zanu-PF people were so shocked by the result that he, as security minister, rushed to protect President Robert Mugabe at the State House.

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