Lancaster House

By IAfrica
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Apr 28th, 2014
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Zimbabwe and Britain share an unbreakable historical link. It is Britain that placed Zimbabwe under the yoke of colonialism, and it is Britain that also reinstated Zimbabwe’s independence. It is the same Britain that is at the centre of Zimbabwe‘s current situation. The longevity of the relationship ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 14th, 2013
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By Sondon S. Mugaradziko With three days away for Zimbabwe to have her second constitutional referendum since independence in 1980, so much is in the air. The first referendum was about the in January 2000 and was led by Judge Chidyausiku. That one was vehemently rejected by the people of Zimbabwe be...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 3rd, 2012
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President Robert Mugabe can be prosecuted for “civil and criminal” crimes he might have committed before and during his time in office according to the country’s new constitutional draft. Section 5.11 of the draft, which deals with presidential immunity, states that “while in ...
By benim
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Jun 7th, 2011
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Harare – A leader of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle and one of President Robert Mugabe’s renowned critics Edgar Zivanai Tekere died on Tuesday after a long battle with cancer, a family spokesperson said. He was 74. “He died this afternoon at Murambi Garden Clinic in Mutare,...
By benim
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Oct 25th, 2010
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Zimbabwean exiles in the UK are to stage a demonstration against deportations at a meeting to be addressed by a senior Home Office official at Lancaster House in London on Wednesday, 27th October. Ironically it was at Lancaster House that the Independence Constitution was agreed under which Mugabe ca...