Zimbabwe

🇬🇧British Peer💪 Wades into ZIM 💰Business

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British peer Lord Peter Hain - a prominent critic of former president Robert Mugabe’s regime - will be involved in Zimbabwean business activities as an ex officio African Chrome Fields (ACF) board member.

ACF, which mines and processes alluvial chromite ore along the mineral-rich Great Dyke belt …

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🗣Biti: 👔Mnangagwa is a “Legally👎 Illiterate” Lawyer

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Former Minister of Finance and leader of the People’s Democratic Party, Tendai Biti, has said that President Emmerson Mnangagwa should have amended the laws regarding the externalisation of funds if he is to be able to successfully prosecute looters. Biti argues that the laws as …

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High Court🚫 Blocks Gold Mine⛏ Grab

The High Court has ordered the Ministry of Mines to stop granting mining rights to a Zanu PF legislator for Mbizo Vongaishe Mupereri after he violently attempted to seize a Kwekwe-based gold mining company from its owner.

Justice Nicholas Mathonsi also ordered the police to conduct investigations at Gaika Mine …

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👔Mnangagwa Demands 💵US$1bn War Compensation from 🇨🇩DRC

President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week took his election campaign begging bowl to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Joseph Kabila, where the two leaders also discussed the political and security situation in their countries and Zimbabwe’s long-standing demand for US$1 billion compensation for participating in the DRC war …

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Reported😥 Political Comeback🔄 of Robert Mugabe 👊Rattles ED

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Reports that deposed former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe is plotting a political comeback have clearly rattled his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

State media in Zimbabwe are reporting that former president Robert Mugabe is backing the National Patriotic Front (NPF), a breakaway party from the ruling Zanu-PF …

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Zanu-PF ⛏Grabs Gold Mine in 👔Mnangagwa's Kwekwe 👀Backyard

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ZANU-PF politicians in the Midlands have seized a foreign-owned gold mine and allowed party youths to mass onto the property in what is seen as a vote-buying gimmick ahead of elections due this year.

Gaika gold mine is owned by Jersey-based and privately-owned Duration Gold which acquired …

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Bulawayo 👔Deputy Mayor Apologises🙏 for Violent MDC-T☠ Clashes

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Bulawayo deputy mayor and MDC-T Bulawayo provincial chairperson, Gift Banda, yesterday apologised for the violent intra-party clashes that happened on Sunday and pledged to ensure the perpetrators are brought to book.

Banda was arrested together with 11 other MDC-T members but they were released on bail …

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Amnesty:🔊 Authorities Must Honour🤐 their Promise to Find🔎 Itai Dzamara

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The Zimbabwean authorities must honour the promise they made to investigate “all the leads to establish the whereabouts” of disappeared pro-democracy activist and journalist, Itai Dzamara, Amnesty International said today on the third anniversary of his enforced disappearance.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa made the commitment at the …

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President to Meet🤝 Vice Chancellors, 🏫Students

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President Mnangagwa is expected to meet vice chancellors, college principals, bursars, investors, bankers and student leaders today, during an indaba aimed at addressing infrastructure challenges at tertiary institutions as well as problems in accessing student loans.

The Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology …

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🍄Mushroom Poisoning🤮 Death Toll Hits 15💐

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Two more Filabusi family members have died of mushroom poisoning, bringing to 15 the number of people who have died after consuming the fungi.

The Filabusi family consumed the poisonous mushrooms on Saturday, leading to the death of one person on Tuesday and another one on …

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🇨🇦Canada Condemns👎 MDC-T for Violence

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The Canadian Embassy in Zimbabwe yesterday condemned political violence within the MDC-T party calling for tolerance among members of the opposition. More than 15 people were injured in Bulawayo on Sunday when rival factions clashed at the party offices.

The party has been divided along factional …

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