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2014-09-02 Zanu PF Faction Pushing Regime Change, Gumbo
[New Zimbabwe]A TOP Zanu PF official has sensationally accused a rival faction of engaging in the treacherous enterprises of forcing regime change in the country, a charge the ruling party has over the years levelled at the Morgan Tsvangirai-led opposition.

2014-09-02 Baba Jukwa - Mail Editor Wants to Be Removed From Remand
[New Zimbabwe]Sunday Mail editor, Edmund Kudzayi, and his brother Phillip, who are facing terrorism charges over a shadowy Facebook page, on Monday applied to the courts to be removed from remand.

2014-09-02 Party Bigwigs Pushing for Regime Change, says Gumbo
[The Herald]Internal strife in Zanu-PF took a new twist yesterday, with the party’s secretary for information and publicity, Cde Rugare Gumbo, claiming that some senior party members were pushing the regime change agenda from within under the guise of supporting President Mugabe.This came in the wake of President Mugabe’s announcement that an urgent Politburo meeting has been called this week to review the Women and Youth League conferences and probe reports of vote buying and manipulation by Politbu

2014-09-02 Cheeky Thieves Break Into Chidyausiku's Office
[New Zimbabwe]CHEEKY thieves broke into the office of Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku at the weekend before stealing his computer and an assortment of documents.

2014-09-02 No Big Name Takers for Tsvangirai Amnesty
[New Zimbabwe]MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai's hopes of reuniting with party politicians who jumped ship early this year protesting his cling on power, were dashed Sunday when none of the rebels heeded his August 31 amnesty to return to his faction.

2014-09-02 Zanu-PF Faction Pushing Regime Change, Gumbo
[New Zimbabwe]A TOP Zanu PF official has sensationally accused a rival faction of engaging in the treacherous enterprises of forcing regime change in the country, a charge the ruling party has, over the years, levelled at the Morgan Tsvangirai-led opposition.

2014-09-02 Losses Widen At Mpofu's Allied Bank
[New Zimbabwe]STRUGGLING Allied Bank's loss for the six months to June widened to $4,2 million from $1,6 million in the prior year after a sharp decline in interest income, although ongoing recapitalisation efforts could improve its position in the last quarter, it said on Monday.

2014-09-02 Chiredzi Face Dynamos As League Resumes
[New Zimbabwe]BOTTOM side Chiredzi FC face a difficult trip to Harare for a date against defending champions Dynamos in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Rufaro on Wednesday.

2014-09-02 Succession Planning Mugabe's Tragic Failure
[New Zimbabwe]SINCE 1977 when he controversially landed the leadership of Zanu PF, President Robert Mugabe deliberately avoided grooming a successor. In his insidious or at least unannounced quest to become life president of both ZANU PF and Zimbabwe, he cunningly kept those on the queue perpetually guessing and in abeyance while he continued to entrench himself in power.

2014-09-02 2018 - the Zimbabwe We Can, Must Have
[New Zimbabwe]THE year is 2018 and the spotlight is on a small country in Southern Africa called Zimbabwe. It is exactly 38 years since the republic of Zimbabwe was established after more than ninety (90) years of British colonialism. The living standards of the majority of the people who live in the republic of Zimbabwe has been decimated by decades of authoritarian misrule, rampant corruption in high society and a debilitating and chronic deficit in food and agricultural production. The whole nation is on tenterhooks.

2014-09-02 Vendors Sell Expired Contraceptive Pills
[New Zimbabwe]VENDORS in Epworth, a semi-informal township east of Harare, are selling expired contraceptive pills on the streets putting the health of thousands of women at risk, NewZimbabwe.com can reveal.

2014-09-02 Cheeky Thieves Break Into Chidyausiku's Office
[New Zimbabwe]CHEEKY thieves broke into the office of Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku at the weekend before stealing his computer and an assortment of documents.

2014-09-02 Air Zimbabwe Needs U.S. $340 Million for New Wings
[New Zimbabwe]TROUBLED airline, Air Zimbabwe, needs US$339 million to buy new aircraft, transport and communications acting board chairman Eric Harrid said on Monday.

2014-09-01 Regional Ministers Meet Over Lesotho
[SAnews.gov.za]Pretoria -Foreign Ministers of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) states are meeting in Pretoria this morning to discuss the reported "coup" in Lesotho.

2014-08-31 Opposition Parties in Disarray
[Zimbabwe Standard]Zimbabwe's opposition parties are in serious disarray and are fast becoming irrelevant to the struggle for survival which the people are engaged in on a daily basis.

2014-09-01 Lesotho Coup - Zim On Fact Finding Visit
[The Herald]SADC chairperson President Mugabe has dispatched Ministers of Defence, Dr Sydney Sekeramayi and Foreign Affairs, Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi, to South Africa to gather information on the alleged coup in Lesotho. Permanent secretary in the Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Mr George Charamba, yesterday said President Mugabe, as the Sadc chair, would get a briefing from South Africa on the matter.

2014-09-01 Mangoma Launches 'National Livelihoods Scheme'
[New Zimbabwe]THE MDC Renewal Team has launched a "national small livelihoods project" aimed at helping local communities start income generating projects to mitigate the impact of a failing economy and Zanu PF's failure to deliver the jobs it promised.

2014-09-01 Biti, Mangoma Deny Rivalry, Blast Tsvangirai
[New Zimbabwe]MDC Renewal Team leaders Tendai Biti and Elton Mangoma have denied falling out over the leadership of the opposition outfit as they upped attacks on "struggle obstacle" and former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai.

2014-09-01 President Calls for Urgent Meeting
[The Herald]President Mugabe has called for an emergency Politburo meeting this week to deal with reports of vote-buying and intimidation among other irregularities that characterised the party's Women's and Youth League conferences held last month. The President also took a swipe at the party's Harare provincial leadership for causing divisions and making clandestine manoeuvres to push the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe out of the province to seek a "political home" in Mashonaland West.

2014-09-01 Government's Ebola Response Laudable
[The Herald]Zimbabwe has to take seriously the present outbreak of ebola in some parts of West Africa, the first of around 20 outbreaks that has moved out of control in major urban populations and the first where communities affected are unwilling to follow medical advice and are thus helping the virus to spread. So the decision by Government to monitor everyone coming from an affected country, including quarantine for up to 21 days where necessary, does make sense and does follow similar decisions made by many other

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