• Top Presidential Aide Evicts Zimbabwe Commercial Farmer

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 VOA Studio 7

    Zimbabwean farmer David Conolly of Figtree in Matabeleland South province says his Centenary Farm was on Wednesday seized by a top presidential aide seeking to take over the property under the country’s land reform program. Conolly said representatives of Deputy Secretary in the Office of the...

  • Experts Urge Zimbabwe to Carryout Minerals Audit

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC—Mining experts and economists are urging Zimbabwe to capacitate the state-owned Mining Promotion Corporation to drive the search for new mineral reserves and carry out an audit of...

  • Govt urged to speedily finalise investment deals

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 Radio Dialogue

    The business community in Bulawayo has expressed dissatisfaction at the slow pace at which government is finalising deals with foreign investment partners which can be a panacea in resuscitating...

  • Zanu PF disowns farm invaders

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 Radio Dialogue

    ZANU PF has distanced itself from a group of youths who unsuccessfully tried to invade several farms on the outskirts of Bulawayo. The group led by Tariro Magovanyika and Mark Muunganirwa claimed...

  • Zimbabwe police holding cells 'uninhabitable'

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 CHANNELZIM

    Zimbabwean lawyers on Wednesday decried reported assaults and the death of suspects in police custody, as well as conditions in holding cells they called unfit for human habitation. "There...

  • Human Rights Activists Welcome Cancer Prevention Scheme

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC—Most women rights activists have welcomed the implementation of the cancer prevention program in Zimbabwe, which is expected to benefit nine thousand young girls in Marondera and...

  • Public Opinion in Zimbabwe Split Over Gvt Imports Ban

    Wednesday, 17 September 2014 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC—A measure banning the importation of a number of goods, including agricultural produce, that took effect Monday has split public opinion with some warning it will trigger shortages and...

  • Former PF Zapu Members Jostle for Zimbabwe's VP Post

    Tuesday, 16 September 2014 VOA Studio 7

    The contentious issue of succeeding the late Vice President, John Landa Nkomo, is threatening to further divide Zanu PF in Matabeleland following reports that four former PF Zapu officials are now in...

  • Govt consulting on Zim dollar compensation

    Tuesday, 16 September 2014 Radio Dialogue

    The Government is in the process of carrying out consultations in efforts to repay Zimbabwe dollar accounts lost in 2009 when the Zimbabwe dollar was demonetised to make way for the multi-currency...

  • MDC Renewal official dragged to court

    Tuesday, 16 September 2014 Radio Dialogue

    An MDC-T official in Bulawayo has taken a member of the rival MDC Renewal team to court for threatening him with violence as tension between the warring factions spirals. Name Ndlovu of 5471 Cowdray...

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