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Zanu-PF - Rules, Not Gurus
[The Herald] Temba Mliswa thinks he should cut links with Mai Mujuru. He alleges she has failed to defend "the people" when these were being expelled from the party, Zanu-PF
Find Alternatives to Reduce Overcrowding in Prisons
[The Herald] Government must find ways to reduce overcrowding in the country's prisons, including imposing non-custodial sentences on convicts, Parliament heard on Thursday.
Parly Inks Two MoUs
[The Herald] Parliament has signed two Memoranda of Understanding with the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (Zela) and the Zimbabwe Peace and Security Trust (ZPST) to capacitate legislators on legislation to do with natural resources and security, respectively.
Mukupe Pours His Heart Out
[The Herald] The Zanu-PF candidate in the forthcoming Harare East by-election, Cde Terrence Mukupe, says he regretted that the dispute between him and Cde Mavis Gumbo in the race to represent the revolutionary party had necessitated the intervention of the Politburo.
MDC Formations Unification Falls Apart
[Financial Gazette] The Welshman Ncube led MDC says it will remain focused on its priority programs on party building and mobilization.
Tsvangirai Demands Supporters' Respect
[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai, yesterday forced his party supporters to chant slogans "yes president" whenever he made a point in a desperate move to command respect.
Manyeruke Gospel Throne Finds an Heir
[Financial Gazette] "I wanted to come up with something unique and was obviously inspired by my father as I grew up".
Pasuwa Hopes for Bernard Return Against Swaziland
[New Zimbabwe] YOUNG Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa is hoping to get regular goalkeeper Donovan Bernard in time for Sunday's Under 23 Championship qualifier first round, first leg against Swaziland set for Rufaro Stadium.
U.S $38 Million Boost for Agriculture
[The Herald] President Mugabe yesterday commissioned agricultural equipment worth $38,6 million as Government accelerates efforts to achieve targets set under the Zim-Asset Food Security and Nutrition cluster.
Africa Must Set Own Agenda
[The Herald] African scholars must assert themselves and provide intellectual leadership that places African ideals at the centre of all African solutions to address numerous challenges facing the continent.
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