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Zim Vote – AU Team More Worried About Process Than Result

The African Union (AU) election team is concerned more by processes rather than the result of Zimbabwe’s crunch poll. AU head of observer mission to Zimbabwe and former Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn Boshe in response to questions from journalists urged aggrieved opposition candidates to approach the courts for recourse. …

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AU, Sadc urged to intervene in Zim to avoid disputes

A LOCAL human rights lobby group has implored the African Union, Sadc and the international community to intervene in the setting up of a high-level multi-sectorial mediation initiative to assist the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to iron out all contested issues to avert disputed polls. BY Everson Mushava The National …

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Jailed Ex-Minister Takes Freedom Bid to High Court

Convicted former energy minister Samuel Undenge on Wednesday abandoned a decision to apply for bail pending appeal at the magistrates’ court saying his case was being handled unfairly. He told the Harare magistrate who sent him to jail, Hosea Mujaya, that he was, instead, approaching the High Court directly. The …

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Millions lost through scrap metal exports

Ishemunyoro Chingwere  Business Reporter Zimbabwe could save at least $11 million per month and hundreds of jobs if it stops exporting scrap metal and beneficiate it locally, the Zimbabwe Institute of Foundrymen (ZIF) has said. The foundry industry entails the conversion of scrap metal into viable engineering products, but the …

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By Anna Chibamu MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has emphatically condemned the personal attacks against Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Justice Priscilla Chigumba, describing her as a ‘courageous’ woman. Addressing a press conference in Harare Wednesday, Chamisa backed the underfire Chigumba over allegations she was in a sexual relationship with …

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