Xenophobia must stop: President Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe has expressed a sense of shock to the current xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa, saying Africans must treat each other with dignity.

Speaking during Zimbabwe's 35th independence celebrations at the National Sports Stadium in Harare today, Cde Mugabe, who is also the SADC and African Union (AU) Chairperson, said the act of treating other Africans in that way can never be condoned by anyone.

 
Zim celebrates Uhuru

Zimbabweans from across the country braved the chilly and rainy weather to join the 35th independence celebrations in their respective provinces.

 
Uhuru celebrations live blog

14:21 - President's speech ends, and up next is a soccer match, Uhuru Cup final featuring defending champions, FC Platinum and Dynamos.

 

 

President Putin congratulates President Mugabe

President Putin congratulates President Mugabe

The Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated his Zimbabwean counterpart Cde Robert Mugabe on the occasion of Zimbabwe’s 35 th independence anniversary.

 

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Delta revenue drops

Delta revenue drops

The country’s largest listed company, Delta’s revenue for the year dropped by 6 percent owing to a 17 percent decline in lager volumes consumed in the country year-on-year.

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Xenophobia attacks: 12 arrested in Jo’burg

Xenophobia attacks: 12 arrested in Jo’burg

12 people have been arrested after foreign-owned shops in South Africa were attacked and looted in eastern Johannesburg, in the latest in a series of xenophobic attacks.

 

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Behaviour change campaign launched

A group known as the Zimbabwe HIV and AIDS Activists Union Community Trust (ZHAAUCT) has launched a behavioural change awareness campaign in Mabvuku.

 

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Current rains normal, Met Department

Current rains normal, Met Department

The Meteorological Services Department has allayed farmers’ fears that the incessant rains currently being experienced across the country will destroy harvests.

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Innovate or Sink - Zimbabwe’s Challenge

Innovate or Sink -  Zimbabwe’s Challenge

By Moses Charedzera

 

At the most critical tasseling stage of growth for the maize crop when more rain is needed, there is scorching sun and the rains won’t just come.

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Independence Cup update

Final

Dynamos 1-0 FC Platinum (65") Match abandoned with 65 minutes played due to load shedding.

3rd place play-off

ZPC Kariba 1-0 Caps United (FT)

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Safari industry projects depressed earnings

Safari industry projects depressed earnings

Zimbabwe’s safari industry is projecting depressed earnings during the 2015 hunting season due to a ban on the country’s elephant trophies by the United States.

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Arrest warrant issued for MDC-T's Komichi

A warrant has been issued by Harare Provincial Magistrate, Vakai Chikwekwe for the arrest of MDC-T National Executive member, Morgan Komichi, who is accused of fraud and contravening the Electoral Act...

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Nation fails 'Heroes of Yaounde'

Nation fails 'Heroes of Yaounde'

The moment of Young Warriors’ historic triumph in Yaoundé, Cameroon will never be retold first hand to the Zimbabwean audience as no local journalist travelled to Cameroon to cover the match.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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