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Country Has Bright Recovery Prospects - LonZim - Monday, November 24, 2008
IMBABWE presents vast opportunities for investors who can take advantage of the bright economic recovery prospects brought about by a new political dispensation, a top LonZim executive said last ... more

Experts Declare Farming Season a 'Disaster' - Monday, November 24, 2008
OOD shortages are set to worsen next year as most farmers will fail to plant this season due to a critical shortage of farming inputs attributed to poor planning by the ... more

Laid-Back Lunch At Jaipur - Monday, November 24, 2008
GOING for a curry" in Ha-ha-ha-rare is not quite as simple as that ubiquitous phrase would sound in most of the rest of the ... more

MDC-T Sets Terms for Joining Govt - Monday, November 24, 2008
HE national council of Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC formation on Friday at the very least left the door open to join an all-inclusive ... more

Uz's Plight No Different From Cholera Crisis - Monday, November 24, 2008
HE country's oldest institution of higher education, the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), opened for the 2008/2009 academic year even though it is unable to admit students into the halls of residence because of the water ... more

Trauma Haunts Cholera Survivors - Monday, November 24, 2008
ATHERINE Mutodzaniswa (54), is still traumatised a fortnight after she survived a severe cholera ... more

50 Feared Dead As Army Descends On Panners - Monday, November 24, 2008
S many as 50 people could have died and hundreds more injured during the ongoing army and police operations to flush out illegal diamond miners in the Chiadzwa area of Manicaland, human rights activists warned last ... more

Woes Pile Up As Anthrax Hits the South - Monday, November 24, 2008
s Zimbabwe battles a nationwide cholera outbreak that has so far killed around 300 people, a surge in anthrax has also hit the south of the country, claiming the lives of villagers and their ... more

Power-Sharing Talks Inspire Dhewa Song - Monday, November 24, 2008
INNING Sungura musician, Tongai Moyo might soon join the list of artists whose works have been blacklisted by the sole national broadcaster after he penned a song critical of the ruling Zanu ... more

Prisons Release Inmates to Avert Starvation And Death - Monday, November 24, 2008
risons have started releasing inmates on medical grounds as conditions at most of the country's jails continue to deteriorate amid reports of an upsurge in hunger-related ... more


Woza, ZLHR Receive International Awards - Monday, November 24, 2008
OMEN of Zimbabwe Arise (Woza) have been awarded the 5th Human Rights Award by the German section of Amnesty ... more

Diamond Rush Pits Zanu PF Heavyweights Against Each Other - Monday, November 24, 2008
he country's service chiefs have personally taken charge of security operations at Chiadzwa diamonds fields in Marange, where at least 50 people have been killed by the security forces in the last few months. Authorities are calling it Operation Hakudzokwi, or Operation No ... more

Carter Lashes Out Government, SADC - Monday, November 24, 2008
ormer US President Jimmy Carter has spoken out about the events surrounding the humanitarian mission to Zimbabwe by the group of ... more

Fina Bank Unveils Operations in High Gear - Monday, November 24, 2008
ganda is the fastest growing section of the Fina Bank's operations in East Africa. Of all the places that the bank has ever opened up, Uganda has registered the highest number of accounts taken in the shortest time of one ... more

Country Set to Be Major Producer of Bio-Diesel - Monday, November 24, 2008
ganda plans to be a leading producer of bio-diesel next ... more

Tirupati to Set Up $10 Million Mall - Monday, November 24, 2008
irupati Development (U) Limited, one of the construction companies in Uganda is to set up a US$10m shopping mall along Nsambya-Ggaba ... more

A World Where Raiders Lay Down Their Weapons, Kids Go to School, Wear Shoes - Monday, November 24, 2008
olice lights flashing blue in front of our bus we pulled into the deserted hotel reception at 1:32AM, the only vehicles moving on Kampala's streets at that hour, our necks stiff and heads foggy with ... more

NMB Bank Launches Phase III Sports Gear Distribution Project Campaign - Monday, November 24, 2008
ne of Tanzania's leading commercial banks, the National Microfinance Bank (NMB) has launched Phase III sports gear distribution project ... more

Palmgren Slams 'Poor' Refereeing - Monday, November 24, 2008
handa Royal Zulu coach Roger Palmgren, who normally keeps his cool, has joined the growing list of coaches who are coming out against what they term as poor officiating in the Absa ... more

Local Favourites Clinch Diski 5 Titles - Monday, November 24, 2008
andton's Mandela Square was a scene of goals galore as Sedibeng-based Madagascar and local favourites Golden Girls, were crowned as the men's and women's Diski 5 Gauteng Province champions ... more

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