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U.S Extends Sanctions as UK Softens Stance
[New Zimbabwe] President Barack Obama has extended sanctions against President Robert Mugabe and members of his inner circle at a time the British government is dispatching its secretary for international development to Zimbabwe for meetings with the Harare regime.
NECF to Host Indaba On Falling Oil Prices
[The Herald] THE National Economic Consultative Forum will on Monday host a dialogue on the implications of declining global oil prices on the Zimbabwean economy, the NEFC said yesterday.
Challenging Mugabe is Invite to War - Gumbo
[New Zimbabwe] FORMER Zanu PF national spokesperson Rugare Gumbo has described his move to join ex-party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa in challenging President Robert Mugabe in court as an invitation to war.
Robert Mugabe Day - Youths Spot On
[The Herald] ON the occasion of the 29th edition of the 21st February Movement celebrations in Victoria Falls, the youths floated a proposal to declare President Mugabe's birthday a national holiday.
Makandiwa Probe Complete, Says Mudede
[New Zimbabwe] REGISTRAR General Tobaiwa Mudede is investigation United Family International Church (UFIC) founder and renowned televangelist Emmanuel Makandiwa over allegations he solemnized 602 couples during a mass wedding ceremony late last year.
ZRU AGM Postponed
[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union annual meeting that was initially set for Prince Edward School sports pavilion on Sunday has been postponed as most of the affiliates have not yet held similar meetings at their level.
Mugabe Intensifies War Against White Farmers
[New Zimbabwe] MORE than 160 white commercial farmers in Mashonaland East province will soon be removed from their properties as the government claims they are occupying the land illegally.
Telecel Zimbabwe Row and the U.S $50 Million Con
[New Zimbabwe] THE story about the ongoing Telecel Zimbabwe ownership saga is yet to be told in full. It is based on the killing that a few individuals, led by James Makamba, will make if the proposed $20 million sale of the 40 per cent Empowerment Corporation shares goes ahead.
MDGs - a Case of the Half Glass Full
[The Herald] Only a few days remain before the Millennium Development Goals deadline arrives. In most African countries progress has been good in some areas and quite bad in others. Simply progress can be described as a half glass full, half glass empty scenario.
Dzamara to Launch New Book
[The Herald] Motivational author Partson Dzamara is set to launch his book titled "The Leadership Door" on April 6 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The book is the author's sixth publication after "The Winning Team", "The Development Matrix", "Dimensional Leadership", "Finish What You Start" and "The Anatomy of Process" which were all launched last year.
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