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5 December 2013 0 View comments The ludicrous wealth of Robert Mugabe's inner circle has come to light in a divorce case. The assets of Phillip Chiyangwa, a cousin of the ruthless Zimbabwean dictator, are worth 180million, according to his wife,
Cape Town Former Namibian president Sam Nujoma has said that Africa must be prepared to defend the African continent from Western imperialists, a report said on Wednesday. Nujoma's remarks come after former South African president Thabo Mbeki made
PF's fiercely contested provincial elections reached a denouement yesterday with a faction linked to Vice-President Joice Mujuru poised to sweep most of the polls. The elections marred by allegations of vote buying and rigging, have left the party
To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.' So goes a popular quip attributed to the philosopher Voltaire. Robert Mugabe since 1987 - carried a maximum of a year in jail, whilst section 31 stated that '
Zimbabwe is willing to let foreign-owned platinum mining firms own majority shares in their local operations if they build a refinery in the country, the mines minister said on Thursday. The southern African country has the world's second largest
Zanu PF provincial elections tomorrow as the same problems experienced during recent controversial polls in Manicaland, Midlands and Mashonaland Central still linger on. Two rival camps reportedly led by Vice-President Joice Mujuru and Defence
The introduction of adequate technologies is crucial to easing climate change impacts and building resilience, but international agreements over their transfer often fail to meet their goals. To tackle the problem, the UN Environment Programme
Africa was under pressure from the Labour regime of British premier Tony Blair to co-operate in a military invasion of Zimbabwe to depose President Mugabe and Zanu-PF, but Pretoria refused, former South African president Cde Thabo Mbeki has revealed.
Zimbabwe (AP) Zimbabwe has failed to end human rights abuses despite adopting a new constitution that enshrines democratic rights, global rights watchdog Amnesty International said Monday. Zimbabwe's constitution, accepted in a national referendum in
THE MDC party says it remains united and strong despite its woeful performance in the July 31 elections which was followed by the departure of key officials and reports of serious financial problems. Top officials who have left the party include