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British Insisting on Human Rights Envoy

BaronessThe British government is still hoping to send a human rights envoy to Zimbabwe as part of Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s conditions for attending the European Union/African Summit in December together with President Robert Mugabe.

Finalisation of the trip has apparently been delayed by President Thabo Mbeki’s delay in publishing his report on the political process in Zimbabwe, where negotiations have been taking place between Mugabe’s ruling party and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

Great Britain is awaiting Mbeki Report

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 November 2007 04:17

Anglican Parish Withdraws Cash Support

KunongaAn Anglican Parish in Harare's medium density suburb of Mabelreign has decided to hit the corrput church leadership where it hurts the most .

It has joined the fracas surrounding the church in which Bishop Albert Kunonga is fighting the Anglican Province of Central Africa.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 November 2007 09:49

"No Election W/O Free Environment" Tsvangirai

morganMDC president Morgan Tsvangirai has called for healing period during which Zanu PF must prove that it has stopped beating the opposition and put in place the framework for free and fair elections to be held under the SADC elections guidelines.

“Before any elections, and after the conclusion of negotiations being brokered by President Thabo Mbeki, there is need for a healing period during which an agreement on the electoral environment arising out of the Southern African Development Community facilitated talks would be put to a practical test, a test that Zanu PF must pass,” Tsvangirai said.


Last Updated on Sunday, 11 November 2007 09:35

Power – Sickness of the Dissolved MDC UK

Ephraim Tapa
I find it hard to believe that in this day and age there are still Zimbabweans who believe that political office is there for their own benefit rather than that it is a responsibility with which they are entrusted by the people to carry out their wishes, and even then, only while they still want you to do so.

"We want more dem-a-crazy"



Last Updated on Sunday, 15 February 2009 14:32

Zanu (PF) Heads Roll As Mujuru Camp Falls Apart

Mujuru deafeat?
The Mujuru faction has as good as thrown in the towel over its ambitions to contest the presidency, but now the reckoning has started for faction sponsors. If statements from vice-president Joice Mujuru’s camp are anything to go by their bid for the presidency has all but fizzled out.

The fireworks that were expected to become public at the Zanu PF extra-ordinary congress in December are no longer expected as the agenda has been reduced to ratification of Mugabe’s candidature, not selection of a candidate.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 November 2007 09:52

Nigeria Against Mugabe Dictatorship, But..

The newly elected Nigerian president, Umaru Yar'Adua has expressed concern about President Robert Mugabe’s dictatorship but supported his attendance at the European Union/Africa Summit.

In what is seen as ground-breaking comments among African leades he said the alleged abuse of human rights and the absence of the rule of law in Zimbabwe was unacceptable.

Speaking at a media interaction in Wiesbaden, Germany on Sunday at the end of the Germany – European Partnership with Africa meeting, Yar'Adua said wh

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2007 07:58

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