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Tsvangirai party pledges trim army
A lecturer at a government university in Zimbabwe has been jailed for three months for labelling veteran President Robert Mugabe "a rotten old donkey," in the latest such case, lawyers say.
Sat May 18, 2013
Jailed for calling Mugabe 'a rotten old donkey'
A lecturer at a government university in Zimbabwe has been jailed for three months for labelling veteran President Robert Mugabe "a rotten old donkey," in the latest such case, lawyers said on Saturday.
Fri May 17, 2013
Zim 'richest in sub-Saharan Africa'
Zimbabwe's prime minister says he is ready to win the presidency in upcoming elections and return the nation to the world community after years of isolation.
The Miami Herald
Zimbabwe PM: We are 'new broom' set to win polls
Zimbabwe's prime minister says he is poised to win the presidency in upcoming elections and return the nation to the world community after years of isolation.
Polls: Zim media brace for fresh onslaught
Zimbabwean journalists are no strangers to harassment, but as fresh presidential elections near, there is a gloomy sense the media is being thrust back into the firing line.
Thu May 16, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Security sector defies edict
Despite an official freeze on the hiring of public servants, Zimbabwe's police, army and intelligence services have commenced a secret recruitment exercise that is raising eyebrows as the country prepares for elections.
Zimbabwe's surprising bid to preserve its colonial past
The Zimbabwean authorities are fighting to protect old farmhouses in order to preserve the country's colonial heritage - something that might come as a surprise given President Robert Mugabe's anti-Western rhetoric and the eviction of most of the country's white farmers.
Wed May 15, 2013
SW Radio Africa
MDC-T youth leader Madzore out on bail after High Court appeal
T youth leader Solomon Madzore, who was arrested and incarcerated earlier this month for 'insulting' President Mugabe, was released Wednesday after the High Court upheld an earlier ruling granting him bail.
Tue May 14, 2013
Pan-African News Wire
SADC Troika Commends Zimbabwe
Sadc Troika commends Zim Wednesday, 15 May 2013 00:00 Hebert Zharare Political Editor Zimbabwe Herald THE Sadc Troika has hailed Zimbabwe for successfully holding a referendum in a peaceful, free and fair environment in March and expressed hope the same would obtain ahead of harmonised elections expected on or before the expiry of the Seventh ... (more)
On the fifth anniversary of Tonderai Ndira's death, how much has changed in Zimbabwe?
The shadows were lengthening when Tonderai Ndira and his two friends huddled around a table in a suburban Harare garden, and started singing in their native Shona.
Mon May 13, 2013
I Destroyed My Country With Hyperinflation
The former head of Zimbabwe's central bank, Gideon Gono, wrote a book in 2008, Zimbabwe's Casino Economy .
White People Do Not Have a Monopoly on Racism
This is the black African president of Zimababwe talking about his country's true natives, the San people ... THE San people - also known as the Bushmen tribe - must be "acculturated" and brought into mainstream society, President Robert Mugabe has said.
SW Radio Africa
Mugabe determined to sideline PM on poll dates
President Robert Mugabe vowed Friday to sideline Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai when it comes to announcing election dates, according to media reports.
Zimbabwe: Let's Take a Leaf From VP Nkomo's Life
YESTERDAY we commemorated the life of Vice President John Landa Nkomo, who passed on in January after a long battle with cancer.
Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fears Election Defeat
President Robert Mugabe has warned that deep-seated divisions in Zanu PF could prove costly to him and the party in the forthcoming election.
Sun May 12, 2013
The Miami Herald
State radio: Zimbabwe voter campaigners arrested
The radio said Sunday the activists were not authorized to carry out voter education by the official elections commission.
Media to keep fighting for a free Zim
President Robert Mugabe in conversation with army commander General Constantine Chiwenga.
The Bearded Man
Sunday, 12th May 2013
Election dates: Mugabe vows to go it alone ZEC waives voter registration requirements Poll challenge set for Wednesday SADC Troika holds Zimbabwe meeting Securocrats Tighten Grip on President Mugabe's Zanu-PF Party Churches in massive campaign for Zanu-PF Latest on Bikita diamonds Bank ownership schemes null and void: RBZ Great Zim under threat ... (more)
Sat May 11, 2013
I back Mugabe land grab says MSP-in-waiting
A Frenchman in line to become a Scottish Nationalist MSP has been criticised for defending Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe's notorious land reform policies.
Zimbabwe: Poll Dates Next Week - President
DATES for this year's harmonised elections will be decided next week after the Senate passes the Constitutional Bill on Tuesday, President Mugabe has said.