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Is Mnangagwa Keeping His Word? Here’s One Way to Find Out

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has spent more than 80 days in office, and a group of tech-savvy Zimbabweans has come up with a way of monitoring his progress (or lack of it) via a “presidential promise meter”. The online tool, dubbed the “Mnangagwameter” is designed to measure the new president’s performance …

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Morgan Tsvangirai Dies

Former MDC-T Leader , Morgan Tsvangirai has died following a long battle with cancer. Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai (65) died today following a long battle with cancer of the colon. Tsvangirai had been in and out of hospital after revealing to the world that he was diagnosed with …

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Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirai dies

Morgan Tsvangirai, longtime leader of Zimbabwe’s opposition, former prime minister, and Robert Mugabe’s nemesis, has just passed away. Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, has died aged 65. He had been suffering from colon cancer for at least two years, but his condition deteriorated rapidly in recent days despite treatment …

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Heads Should Roll At Zimsec-Justice Matanda-Moyo

High Court Judge Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo says she is surprised that after the leaking of Ordinary Level English Paper 2 last year, perpetrators at the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) have not been fired or prosecuted over the scandal. Justice Matanda-Moyo, sitting with Justice Priscilla Munangati-Manongwa, reserved judgement for Wednesday …

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Britain Informs Harare of Intention to Deport 2 500 Zimbabweans

By Staff Reporter About 2 500 Zimbabweans living in the UK illegally could soon be deported back to their country of origin after the British government announced its intention to do so. British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Catriona Lang, said Whitehall wanted to “repatriate” Zimbabwean illegals during her meeting with Vice …

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