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Zimbabwe: MDC Alliance Youth Leader Endures Second Night in Detention

Opposition MDC-Alliance party youth leader Obey Sithole on Tuesday 27 April 2021 spent his second night in police detention at Harare Central Police Station after some Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers released him from police cells yesterday morning to appear at Harare Magistrates Court but later made a volte-face. While …

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Zimbabwe: Patriotic Bill an Attempt to Silence Civic Space – CSOs

By Elia Ntali A consortium of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in the country have condemned the proposal of the Patriotic Bill saying it is an attempt aimed at silencing and shrinking the civic space. The late ZANU-PF legislator for Mberengwa South, Alum Mpofu, moved a motion in the National Assembly …

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Zimbabwe: Tobacco Prices Firm, Farmers Earn U.S.$90 Million

By Elita Chikwati Agriculture Farmers have collectively earned US$90,4 million from the sale of tobacco, as prices continue to firm. Since the start of the 2021 tobacco selling season, farmers have sold 35,3 million kg worth US$90,4 million at an average price of US$2,56 per kilogramme. During the same period …

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Zimbabwe: Zvirekwi Isn’t Ready to Give Up

By Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter IT’S hard not to be seduced by the fighting spirit that makes Hardlife Zvirekwi such an indomitable warrior. He proved the world wrong, when he rose from his hospital bed, with an amputated arm, to play in the domestic Premiership again. And, now, he wants …

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Zimbabwe: Combined Effort Needed to Thwart Ritual Murders

EDITORIAL The murder of three children for what appears to be ritual purposes in just seven months is a worrying dark cloud over Zimbabwe and requires action at both community level and among a number of sections of society. These are not the first such killings, perhaps just the best …

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