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VIDEO: Zimbabwe's crocodile farms   - 6 Hours ago
In Zimbabwe, crocodile skin exports are worth close to $30m (£19m), as they are sent - mainly to Europe - to be crafted into handbags, boots and other accessories. But farming crocodiles is now quite
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Protests force Burkina Faso leader out   - 89 Minutes ago
Mass protests ... Thousands gathered in the Place de la Nation in the capital BURKINA Faso's President Blaise Compaore has announced his resignation, following violent protests at his attempt to extend
  
    




Zimbabwe Personal Accident and Health Insurance Claims and Expenses Market: New   - 12 Hours ago
(live-PR.com) - The Personal Accident and Health Insurance Claims and Expenses in Zimbabwe to 2018: Market Databook contains detailed historic and forecast data claims and expenses in the personal accident
  
    



Zimbabwe opposition hopes to reboot   - 13 Hours ago
Enfeebled by its electoral loss to veteran leader Robert Mugabe and a post-vote split, Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change meets on Friday to elect new leaders and forge a new plan against
  
    



Cops must probe Zim torture - ConCourt   - 13 Hours ago
South Africa's highest court on Thursday ruled that the country's police have a duty to investigate Zimbabwean officials accused of torturing opposition supporters seven years ago. The landmark judgement
  
    



EU Moves to End burbs on Zimbabwe Aid   - 74 Minutes ago
BRUSSELS — The European Union will take another step towards normal relations with Zimbabwe as of Saturday by ending restrictions on aid, paving the way for 234 million euros ($293 million) of new funding,
  
    


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Sibanda bedroom coup jab at Mugabe was more potent than Ali's left hook that floored   - 2 Hours ago
Jabulani Sibanda's "bedroom coup" jab at Mugabe has hit home and true than Muhammad Ali's left hook that flooded George Foreman in the rumble in the jungle! The Shona have a saying; "Chidya matovho akazodzipwa
  
    



Lessons learned from Zimbabwe’s Alternative Mining Indaba   - 2 Hours ago
Zebbies Mumba, Gerald Mutale and Tommy Singongi, three representatives of PWYP Zambia attended Zimbabwe’s Alternative Mining Indaba which PWYP Zimbabwe helped organise. Here are some of the key lessons
  
    



Zimbabwe: Vice President's Lawyers Speak Out   - 6 Hours ago
Musunga and Associates law firm yesterday said it conducted its business professionally when it dealt with the case in which Vice President Joice Mujuru was involved in underhand dealings with Kenyan
  
    


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Grain Revolution - Finger Millet and Livelihood Transformation in Rural Zimbabwe   - 6 Hours ago
Food shortages are the root cause of poverty in Zimbabwe's Gutu district. Rainfall is generally low and erratic. In most places the soil is sandy and over-cultivated. High population density means that
  
    



Telecel Zimbabwe partners with GTel on Telecare   - 6 Hours ago
Telecel Zimbabwe has inked a distribution partnership with local mobile handset distribution company, GTel, whose branded cellphones now come with free data and voice airtime as well as free subscription
  
    



Smallholder farmers to benefit from Dairy Fund   - 6 Hours ago
Mercy Ngwebvu DEPUTY Minister of Agriculture (Livestock), Cde Paddy Zhanda, has urged small-holder dairy farmers to make use of the Dairy Development Fund account opened as an initiative by Government
  
    


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Zimbabwe: EU Lifts Trade Sanctions on Zim   - 6 Hours ago
By Zvamaida Murwira The European Union yesterday announced the lifting of trade sanctions against Zimbabwe that will take effect tomorrow, but kept travel bans against President Mugabe and the First
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Zimbabwe: Politburo Sets Team to Probe Factionalism   - 6 Hours ago
By Lloyd Gumbo and Felex Share THE zanu-pf Politburo yesterday resolved to set up a commission of inquiry to probe allegations of factionalism raised in a report presented by outgoing secretary for
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Zimbabwe: VP Mujuru on the Ropes   - 6 Hours ago
By Felex Share and Lloyd Gumbo Vice President Joice Mujuru's camp was left on the ropes yesterday after President Mugabe ripped into her backers for fanning factionalism and plotting to depose him.
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Mugabe urges party to follow regulations   - 12 Hours ago
President Mugabe has implored Zanu-PF members to dump those whom they are fed up with together with their backers at the party's elective congress in December. Mugabe while lashing out at party misfits,
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Zimbabwe's Mugabe to set up commission to deal with party infighting   - 18 Hours ago
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is going to set up a commission to investigate allegations of factionalism threatening to tear apart his ruling Zanu-PF party, a senior official said Thursday. Addressing
  
    



Preps for Paralympic Games Set to Start   - 6 Hours ago
By Mbachi Mutukula-Maregere PREPARATIONS for next year's National Paralympic Games are set to go into full swing following the unveiling of the Local Organising Committee in Harare yesterday. The committee,
  
    



Time Zim Opened Investments in Bio-Energy Sector   - 6 Hours ago
Zimbabwe's bio-fuels sector is still lagging behind in terms of the word production matrix, where the country and Africa as a whole still have little to contribute. A lot of discord has been witnessed
  
    



ZIMA Overwhelms Cde Chinx   - 6 Hours ago
Photo: The Herald Cynthia Mare displays one of her three ZIMA Awards By Godwin Muzari and Sophia Chese He did not know that his mother was in the auditorium. He did not know that his aunt was also
  
    



OLD MUTUAL : Zimbabwe Still Critical To Old Mutual – Group CEO   - 6 Hours ago
VENTURES AFRICA – Julian Roberts , CEO of Old Mutual , the Johannesburg and London -listed wealth manager, on Friday said its Zimbabwean unit remains critical to the company's strategy because the troubled
  
    



Tsvangirai On Congress and Vision [interview]   - 7 Hours ago
THE country's main opposition party, the MDC-T, is about to hold an elective congress. Party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, recently the target of an internal, abortive coup, has told DW he will be standing
  
    



Zim bourse in record losses   - 7 Hours ago
Harare - The Zimbabwean equities market recorded its worst trading month since the beginning of the year with both the main industrials and the mining indices falling by huge margins in the month of October.
  
    



Zimbabwe Loses U.S.$6 Billion Tobacco Revenue   - 7 Hours ago
ZIMBABWE lost no less than $6 billion through the selling of unprocessed tobacco to external markets last year alone, a policy analyst Butler Tambo has revealed. Tambo told a workshop organised by lobby
  
    



Mugabe bans 'Pasi Negamatox', 'Pasi Ne Zvipfukuto' slogans   - 7 Hours ago
The Zanu-PF Politburo meeting held in the capital on Thursday ended late evening with the adoption of a resolution to set up a commission of inquiry into the plague of factionalism which has been rocking
  
    
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