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Mobile Registration Exercise Under Probe
[Zimbabwe Independent] THE Civil Service Commission (CSC) is investigating the mobile registration exercise which is being conducted by the Registrar-General's (RG) department amid reports of alleged corruption.
Credible Polls Vital - Western Diplomats
[Zimbabwe Independent] ZIMBABWE will only receive significant funding from European countries after delivering a credible election and implementing reforms which entrench democracy and stimulate economic growth, foreign diplomats have told the Zimbabwe Independent.
Helping Zimbabwe Stand On Her Feet Again
[New Era] Namibia this week rolled out the red carpet for new Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who came around to engage the Namibian government on a variety of issues, including the transition in his country.
Crackdown On Corruption - Govt Targets Ex-Ministers' Properties
[Zimbabwe Independent] THE Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs intends to conclude at least 20 high-profile corruption and economic crime cases within 100 days and those convicted will have their "illegally acquired wealth" forfeited to the state.
ICC Probes Attempt to Bribe Cremer
[Zimbabwe Independent] The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged Rajan Nayer with three counts of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code after he tried to influence Zimbabwe national cricket team captain Graeme Cremer (pictured) into fixing their Test series against the West Indies last year.
Roy Bennett 'Suffered a Lot to Build a New Zimbabwe
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party's deputy president Nelson Chamisa has described Roy Bennett's unexpected death in a helicopter crash in the US as "a big loss to the country's democratic struggle".
Tsimba Tips Sables
[Zimbabwe Independent] LEGENDARY Zimbabwean rugby player Kennedy Tsimba has tipped his country to reclaim its position at the top in Africa, saying the current "positive mood" in the game could be a catalyst to success.
Mnangagwa Must Walk the Talk On Reforms
[Zimbabwe Independent] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa's first two months in office have been characterised by the message that Zimbabwe is open for business and ready to discard its disastrous investor-hostile tag.
NBSZ Runs Out of Blood Group O Donors
[263Chat] The National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has appealed for more blood donors to rescue a potential crisis situation after running out of Blood Group O type.
Muckraker - the Hunt for Democracy in the Land of Despotism
[Zimbabwe Independent] ". . . Mugabe's continued stay in office has become such an excessive burden to the welfare of the state and such a fatal danger to the public interest of Zimbabweans at home and in the diaspora that each day that goes by with him in office leaves the nation's survival at great risk . . .
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