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We're Done Waiting for UN Reform
[The Herald] Jakarta -AFRICA and Asia must look at alternative ways of getting their voices heard in global affairs in the wake of the continued obstinacy by global powers to accede to the developing world's call for a reform of the United Nations Security Council and other multilateral agencies, President Mugabe has said.
De Jonge's Impressive Form Continues
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE'S Brendon de Jonge continued his impressive form and went into yesterday's second round of the Zurich Classic tied on pole position in New Orleans in the United States.
Ten Year-Old Publishes Book
[The Herald] It is often said that If you have other things in your life - family, friends, good productive day work - these can interact with your writing and the sum will make you all the richer.
Zimbabwe confirm tours from India and New Zealand
<br> <br> <br>Zimbabwe Cricket has confirmed incoming tours from India and New Zealand this winter, though the team's proposed trip to Pakistan next month is "still to be ...
Zimbabwe Lets Think Through Policies
editorial <br>LAST Saturday, Zimbabweans commemorated Independence Day under a cloud of despondency. The poor state of the economy largely contributed to this.If there is one area within the ...
Zimbabwe What Future for Zimbabwe Opposition
This year's harvest has failed due to insufficient rain while a regional maize shortage and empty government coffers will leave thousands without sufficient food. <br>Within the ruling ...
Govt Still to Release By-Election Funding
THE cash-strapped government is still to release funds required to run by-elections set for June.The lack of funding has slowed down preparations for the 18 National Assembly by-elections, in which ...
Zim Requires U.S.$1 Billion for Rural Electrification
THE Rural Electrification Agency (REA) requires substantial amounts of money to connect the country's rural communities to the national grid, a South African energy expert has said. ...
Politburo in Crunch Meeting
AN epoch-making meeting of ZANU-PF's supreme decision-making body in between congresses, the Politburo, is set for Wednesday amid tell tale signs of an implosion in the governing party ...
People First Not Formalising Soon
DESPITE all the hype and hot air as well as a false sense of urgency, the People First ZANU-PF faction will not formalise itself as a party just yet. <br>At least not until the pending court ...
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