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President Mnangagwa should surround himself with proven academics and policy makers, not chancers

  By Tinashe Eric Muzamhindo One critical area that damaged the government of Robert Mugabe was the issue of staffing government and strategic areas with…

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Liverpool set their sights on Zimbabwe’s Marvellous Nakamba

  By African Football and Sports Illustrated Zimbabwe’s Clubbe Brugge midfielder Marvelous Nakamba has admitted that a move to the Premier League in the future…

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President Mnangagwa promises zero tolerance on corruption, political and economic saboteurs

By Reuters President Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised zero tolerance in his government’s push to punish corruption that stifled political freedom and economic growth under Robert…

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Coach Heath Streak wants his team to play winning cricket against the Proteas next week

By AFP PAARL – Zimbabwe cricket coach Heath Streak said this week that he wanted his players to play “winning cricket” when they meet South…

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The secret to talking to Zimbabweans is not to shout at them. And never underestimate the traditional chiefs

  By Brian Tawanda Manyati The sick view that Zimbabwean chiefs have lost it is noted, as all open views are part of democratic discourse….

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A new trajectory for South Africa as Cyril Ramaphosa takes over reins at ANC

  By Reuters South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was elected leader of the African National Congress in a close-run vote that will set the…

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Zimbabwe’s Anti-Poaching Success: In between nursing, and holding the front line (…PS: and one of them is President Mnangagwa’s daughter)

  By Jeffrey Barbee The black metal of the AR-15 rifle has worn silvery and shiny in parts after years of use. More manageable than…

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A year of transitions for Mapondera and Kamudzengerere, and for the rest of us at Guns and Rain

  By Julie Taylor Transitions: Looking back on 2017 The year is drawing to a close, and before we kick off our boots and enjoy…

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Palm trees change the lives of Zambian villagers, oil the wheels of agro-processing

  By Gilian Langmead Lusaka, Zambia Zambia’s Finance Minister Felix Mutati has praised the economic, social and environment impact of the Zampalm plantation in Muchinga…

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Zimbabwe has learnt the lesson of the dangers of leaders staying in power for too long

  By Jonathan Katzenellenbogen   Operation Restore Legacy, which saw the end to Mugabe’s 37 year rule, has broken the log jam in Zimbabwe’s politics….

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Dear Congress: This is our (the American) position on the “The Future of Zimbabwe”

  By Stephanie Sullivan Chairman Flake, Ranking Member Booker, and distinguished Members of the Committee, thank you for the invitation to testify today on Zimbabwe….

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Shame on you African leaders, shame on you AU, for complicity on Libyan slave trade

  By African News Agency   Hundreds of Johannesburg-based African Diaspora Forum (ADF) members took to the streets of the capital Pretoria, raising awareness and…

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Dobsonville gets ready to bring the house down at the #Dololo2017 Festival

Zimbabwe Digital News Johannesburg’s Spinner Sport Magazine this week announced a star-studded lineup for the #Dololo2017 end of year bash at the Dobsonville Rugby Stadium….

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The story of militarised masculinities that characterises modern Zimbabwean politics

By Tinashe Mawere For decades, a key facet of Robert Mugabe’s rule in Zimbabwe has been how he has used the symbols and rhetoric of…

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Deny it the Chinese may want, but we have reason to believe the conspiracy theories

  By Cobus van Staden and Chris Alden The fall of Robert Mugabe has dominated global coverage of Africa over the past few weeks. In…

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