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27 June 2017
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23 Jun 2017
Media sucked into fights to succeed Mugabe
Zimbabwean media practitioners are caught up in the fierce factional fights in the ruling party to succeed President Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwean police, infamous for their partisanship to Mugabe and...
19 Jun 2017
'Leave our land and go play golf', Mugabe loyalist tells white farmers
Zanu-PF youth leader Kudzi Chipanga has reportedly urged Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to eject all remaining commercial white farmers in the country's Manicaland province, saying they should...
15 Jun 2017
UN 'has nothing to do with Zim sanctions', envoy tells parliamentarians
The United Nations (UN) "has nothing to do with sanctions" imposed against Zimbabwe by the West and therefore, "cannot do anything" to have them removed, the country's UN resident coordinator...
14 Jun 2017
Zim bans grain imports from neighbouring countries, including SA
Zimbabwe has banned the import of grain after enjoying a bumper crop that authorities hope will be enough to feed the nation and stimulate home-grown production, according to a report. The...
07 Jun 2017
Trump 'sends' envoy to Zim, demands reforms 'for a robust working relationship'
US President Donald Trump's administration has reportedly called on President Robert Mugabe's government to urgently make political and economic reforms to allow for a "robust working relationship...
Inside Apartheid’s Prison – Part 2
In the public imagination the struggle that saw the end of apartheid and the inauguration of a democratic South Africa is seen as one waged by black people who were often imprisoned or killed for...
06 Jun 2017
Inside Apartheid’s Prison – Part 1
Jacana Media is proud to make this important book available again, now with a completely new introduction. First published by Oceanbooks, New York and Melbourne and University of Natal Press,...
05 Jun 2017
Daily Podcast – June 05, 2017
Making headlines: Sanco says Molefe is holding Eskom to ransom Mugabe's fresh land grab threats 'are racist and nonsensical' And, ANC Western Cape says Helen Zille must resign
Mugabe's fresh land grab threats 'are racist, nonsensical'
Zimbabwe's main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party led by Morgan Tsvangirai has castigated President Robert Mugabe over his recent threats to embark on fresh land grabs...
25 May 2017
SAA: South African Airways proudly celebrates Africa Day
South African Airways (SAA) proudly joins hands with all the people of Africa to celebrate Africa Day today. In being a leading player in the aviation industry in Africa by facilitating the...
18 May 2017
DSBD: Lindiwe Zulu: Address by Minister of Small Business Development, on the occasion of delivering budget vote speech,National Assembly, Cape Town (18/05/2017)
Small Business Development
It is a mere three years ago that President Jacob Zuma announced the establishment of the Department of Small Business Development in May 2014.
11 May 2017
Trump to fund Mugabe, says diplomat
The US has announced plans to increase its funding levels to Zimbabwe, particularly in the health sector - despite a diplomatic tiff between Washington and Harare. This was revealed by the US...
09 May 2017
Mugabe off to Singapore for routine medical check-up - report
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has left Harare for Singapore for routine medical check-up, a report says. According to The Herald, Mugabe was expected back in the country at the weekend "in...
08 May 2017
Mugabe has 'outlived his usefulness, belongs in cemetery', says daring PM
A daring member of parliament from Zimbabwe's main opposition Movement for Democratic Change party has reportedly said that President Robert Mugabe, 93, has "outlived his usefulness", adding that...
05 May 2017
Presence of Zimbabwe’s Mugabe, remarks at WEF causes anger
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s firm assertions that his country was “well resourced and not poor” at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Durban on Friday drew anger from civil society groups...
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