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Test of African Democracy - Burkina and Beyond
[allAfrica]Washington, DC -On Thursday the former soldier who seized power in Burkina Faso 27 years ago agreed to negotiate with opponents. The announcement was a response to massive popular demonstrations against President Blaise Compaore’s intention to extend his rule for another term. While most protesters were peaceful, violence left Parliament and other buildings in flames. Amid reports in the evening that the military had taken over in what amounted to another coup, social media celebrated that some soldiers had join
Tsvangirai - 'Using Democratic Means to Remove a Dictatorship Is Very, Very Difficult
[Deutsche Welle]Zimbabwe's main opposition party MDC-T is about to hold an elective congress. Party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, recently the target of an internal, abortive coup, has told DW he will be standing for re-election. The congress comes 15 months after elections in Zimbabwe in which ZANU-PF was returned to power as the sole governing party, bringing to an end a power-sharing government of which the MDC was a part.
When Elephants Fight . . .
[Financial Gazette]IT is quite true that when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. When ZANU-PF trounced the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) formations at the July 2013 polls, it was everyone's hope that the governing party would live up to their word. Ahead of the polls, ZANU-PF officials criss-crossed the provinces, brandishing an election manifesto that promised citizens an end to their misery once they had been voted into power. That hope has since turned into disappointment.
Conflict of Interest
[Financial Gazette]PAUL Chimedza is a medical doctor, with a thriving practice in Avondale. He is the Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care. His boss is David Parirenyatwa, also a medical practitioner. Both men preside over a ministry that has oversight on medical aid societies, with whom they are currently in dispute over a new tariff medical aid societies allege will result in bankruptcies.
Mwenezi Man Jailed for Raping, Infecting Teen With STI
[New Zimbabwe]A MWENEZI man has been slapped with a 17-year-jail term for raping his 13-year-old neighbour and infecting her with a sexually transmitted infection.
Shortage of Speech Therapists Affects Stroke Patients
[New Zimbabwe]THE shortage of speech therapists is adversely affecting stroke patients who require the therapy to restore their speech, the Stroke Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) has said.
Gaddafi Was On Path to Reform - Mugabe
[New Zimbabwe]FORMER Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, who was killed during an uprising three years ago, was on the path to reform, according to President Robert Mugabe.
Live Updates - Politburo Meeting
[The Herald]1121: President Mugabe has used the basement ramp entrance to enter the party headquarters.
Sharon, Kuda Row Takes New Twist
[The Herald]Sharon Macheso's husband Kudakwashe Munetsi has abandoned his application for discharge at the close of the State case, saying he wants a chance to reveal more details pertaining to the breakdown of their marriage.
Fake Vharazipi Comedy Hits Streets
[The Herald]Popular comedian David Mubaiwa who is widely known as Sabhuku Vharazipi has distanced himself from the fake comedy titled "Sabhuku Vharazipi 3" that is being sold on the streets.
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