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36 years of independence in Zimbabwe and hardly anything has changed

The poverty divide is more pronounced in emerging markets. You have the upmarket Sandton suburb (SA’s richest square mile) in Johannesburg and not a stone’s throw away lies the township Alexandra, one of the poorest areas in South Africa. Regular contributor Cathy Buckle highlights a similar divide in the Zimbabwean …

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Zimbabwean Andrew Bvumbe elected to World Bank executive board

Zimbabwean elected to World Bank executive board Oct. 10, 2016 (Xinhua) — Zimbabwean national, Andrew Ndaamunhu Bvumbe, has been elected as executive director of the World Bank Group (WBG) Africa Group 1 Constituency where he will represent 22 Sub-Saharan African countries on the organization’s Board of Executive Directors. A statement …

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Former Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru applauds ‘brave’ Tsvangirai

Harare – Zimbabwe’s former deputy president, now leader of the Zimbabwe Peoples First (ZimPF), Joice Mujuru has showered the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai with praises. According to NewsDay, speaking to her supporters in the United Kingdom, Mujuru described Tsvangirai as “brave” for taking on long-time ruler …

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Landslide victory for President Robert Mugabe in the 2018 Zimbabwe elections

Paul Siwela predicts Mugabe victory in 2018 – OnlineNigeria.com Self-exiled secessionist Matabeleland Liberation Organisation leader Paul Siwela has predicted a landslide victory for President Robert Mugabe in the 2018 elections, saying the proposed grand coalition of opposition parties would suffer a stillbirth due to mistrust among its leaders.Siwela said the …

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Zimbabwe President Mugabe most corrupt person – Tendai Biti

President Robert Mugabe who frequently calls for zero tolerance on corruption has been branded as the top corrupt government official. In recent past, several ministers including Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko have been fingered in multimillion dollar scandals with Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo being the latest. However, none has been …

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