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Zimbabwe: Army takes over airport

News Reporter HARARE – The Airforce of Zimbabwe has taken over the running of traffic at one of Zimbabwe’s airports, following industrial action by air traffic controllers (ATCs) at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare, according to various sources….

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Zimbabwe’s New Dispensation: An archetype of ‘The House of Hunger’

By Brian Maregedze Each generation must discover its path to greatness or sink in oblivion, as the truism goes. Trapped in Zimbabwe’s myth of the New Dispensation, I literally “got my things and left” (The House of Hunger; p.8). I…

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SOUTH AFRICA: DUDU MYENI SHOULDN’T BE SINGLED OUT FOR SAA FAILURES – LAWYER

Myeni, whose tenure at the parastatal as board chairperson was mired in controversy, was fighting a case brought by Outa, which wanted her to be declared a delinquent director. TSHWANE – Dudu Myeni’s lawyers on Tuesday told the High Court in…

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Why Zimbabwe is now ripe for the political THIRD FORCE

By Mxolisi Ncube Zimbabwe is drowning in a multi-faceted crisis. That’s despite her being endowed with vast natural resources, skilled manpower, a hard-working, honest people and a patient populace. Absurd! The country’s politics is toxic and hate-driven; the economy has…

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SOUTH AFRICAN COURT TOLD JACOB ZUMA BEING TARGETED UNLAWFULLY

Former South African President, Jacob Zuma, faces charges of fraud, corruption and racketeering linked to the multibillion-rand arms deal. JOHANNESBURG – Jacob Zuma’s lawyer Daniel Mantsha on Friday said his client was being targeted unlawfully and the Pietermaritzburg High Court…

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South African state airline cabin crew trickle back as no-work, no-pay begins to bite

Cabin crew are returning to work at a growing pace as the one-week wage strike at SAA begins to bite with the imposition of a strict no-work, no-pay policy. “For Wednesday and Thursday, we had 70 cabin crew returning to…

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Honouring failure: Zimbabwean government renames streets after Mnangagwa, hospital after Sally

HARARE – GOVERNMENT has renamed Harare’s Enterprise Road and Bulawayo’s 6th Avenue, among other streets in many towns and cities in the country, after President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The Zanu PF led government further renamed Harare Central Hospital after late former…

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Israel’s Netanyahu Indicted on Charges of Fraud, Bribery and Breach of Trust

The first prosecution of a sitting Israeli premier deepens the political paralysis in a country that has had two inconclusive elections this year, and may be headed to a third vote. JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted Thursday…

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Impeachment witness warns that conspiracy theories advance Russia’s agenda as they divide Americans

For two months, the impeachment inquiry has focused on President Trump and whether he abused the power of his office for his own political advantage. On Thursday, the inquiry seemed to broaden into a bracing examination of the insidious forces…

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With nationwide strike, Colombia joins South America’s season of protest

Thousands of union members and anti-government protesters took to the streets of Colombia on Thursday for a 12-hour nationwide strike, making the Andean nation the latest in South America to break out in large-scale civil unrest. The protesters, who waved flags…

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