Zimbabwe

By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 23rd, 2014
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One year on from Zimbabwe’s heavily disputed 2013 elections, we asked Simukai Tinhu, a Zimbabwean political analyst (and regular AA contributor) and Nicole Beardsworth, a PhD student at Warwick University, to comment on how they think President Robert Mugabe and his ZANU-PF party have performed in th...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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Sue Peters Ruth Butaumocho Her Story Beginning this week, we will be featuring stories of phenomenal women who have contributed positively to Zimbabwe, in the process pushing boundaries and excelling in their areas of specialisation. This weekly column, Her Story, will profile women from diverse back...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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A distinguished administrator, politician, businessman, founding member of the Zimbabwe liberation movement and Finance Minister, Cde Ariston Maguranyanga Chambati, died after a short illness at his home on October 7, 1995 and was buried at the national shrine. Born on November 15, 1934, Cde Chambati...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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Zimbabweans are divided on virtually every subject under the sun ranging from indigenisation to the Palestine-Israel conflict MY TURN with TICHAONA ZINDOGA One is either for the ruling party, Zanu-PF, or the opposition – no neutrals except liars who have been disappointed with their choices whi...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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Internet users go online all the time and their appetite for news has to be quenched not once or twice daily, but 24 hours a day and seven days a week Knowledge Mushohwe Correspondent Giving the online platform a distinct feel sets it apart from its traditional counterpart and gives the latter a figh...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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AT least 12 000 delegates from 200 countries are meeting this week in Melbourne, Australia, for the 20th International AIDS Conference. This comes at a time the United Nations has set a new target of 2030 to eliminate AIDS, TB and malaria as major global killers. Initially all Millennium Development ...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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Folk tales had a moral or educational message in them Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday Each day, we rely on any knowledge coming from everywhere through various social media. At times, we are forced to select whether the medicines thrown in our faces outside supermarkets can do us good or do us harm. It&rsq...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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John Kerry Paul Craig Roberts Correspondent All Washington has shown us so far are accusations and insinuations. If that is all Washington continues to show us, we will know where the blame resides. On July 20 US Secretary of State John Kerry said that pro-Russian separatists were involved in the dow...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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Stanley  Gwavuya Correspondent The right to a name and an identity is one of the most fundamental human rights, and is especially critical to the realisation of children’s rights. Children without birth certificates are at a higher risk of lifelong deprivations and exclusion from socio-eco...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 22nd, 2014
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Joy Magatti Rusike is probably one of the most versatile fashion designers that you would come across in Zimbabwe. The post Meet Joy; the power behind Uzuri Creations appeared first on The Standard....