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27 June 2017
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23 Jun 2017
Masire 'was instrumental in fight against apartheid in SA'
South Africa's High Commission to Botswana, Mdu Lembede, has reportedly said that the late Botswana president Sir Ketumile Masire was instrumental in the fight against apartheid in South Africa....
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...
Daily Podcast – June 23, 2017
Making headline: Phosa says when the ANC dies it must be buried;  Mbeki lauded for comments on noninterference in Zimbabwe; And, Zuma: I don't know where #GuptaEmails come from For Creamer Media in...
Mbeki 'is one of Africa's rare breed of politicians, a principled pan-Africanist'
Former president Thabo Mbeki has been lauded for urging South Africans not to interfere in Zimbabwean affairs, a report says. Mbeki recently told South Africans to "stay clear" of criticising...
22 Jun 2017
Army warns Mugabe over wife Grace's 'ambition to succeed him' – report
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly moved to stop his wife, Grace's ambition to succeed him. According to Bloomberg, this came after the country's intelligence chief warned that "her...
20 Jun 2017
Zimbabwe to export grain, report says
The Zimbawean government is reportedly looking to export grain following a bumper harvest that saw most farmers surpassing the targeted yield per hectare under the country's command agriculture...
19 Jun 2017
Mbeki: Zimbabweans not SA can tell Mugabe to go
Former president Thabo Mbeki has reportedly said that South Africans must "stay clear" of criticising Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, adding that the veteran leader should only be "shown the...
How can the youth play a positive role ahead of the 2018 elections?
Youth protests against inequality – specifically for free or low-cost education – have led to successful changes in government action, particularly in South Africa. Today marks the 41st anniversary...
'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...
08 Jun 2017
Zuma tells Cabinet he doesn't own a home in Dubai
President Jacob Zuma has also told Cabinet that he doesn't own a house in Dubai. The Sunday Times published a report alleging that recently leaked emails confirmed that a mansion worth R330-million...
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...
06 Jun 2017
Outcry as Mugabe govt chooses Chinese firm for voter registration
Zimbabwe's main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party has criticised the selection of a Chinese firm to supply equipment for the registration of voters ahead of the 2018 polls. The...
Landlocked Zim calls for end of sanctions at UN oceans summit
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe used an address on Monday at the opening of the first United Nations (UN) conference on oceans to call for an end to sanctions on his landlocked country so it can...
Democracy is looking sickly across southern Africa
Politics are in shambles across the world. Populism and political gambles are making headlines from London to Washington. Southern Africa is no exception. If it’s any comfort, this suggests that...
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