Bashed Opposition Trio Snubs Tsvangirai

[The Herald] MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khupe and two senior party officials snubbed the party’s national executive committee meeting in Harare last Friday, saying they feared for their lives because youths, who assaulted them in Bulawayo last mo…

[The Herald] MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khupe and two senior party officials snubbed the party's national executive committee meeting in Harare last Friday, saying they feared for their lives because youths, who assaulted them in Bulawayo last month had been dispatched from Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's office.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nigerian Televangelist Faces New Charge

[News24Wire] A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls is now facing an additional charge for being in South Africa illegally.

[News24Wire] A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls is now facing an additional charge for being in South Africa illegally.

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‘Stars Under the Stars’ Show a Success

[The Herald] The “Stars Under Stars” fashion show hosted by popular radio station Star FM in conjunction with two designers lived up to its billing as everything went according to plan.

[The Herald] The "Stars Under Stars" fashion show hosted by popular radio station Star FM in conjunction with two designers lived up to its billing as everything went according to plan.

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Dropped Bosch Has a Long Bok Future

[News24Wire] Curwin Bosch may have been dropped after just two minutes of international rugby, but Springbok coach Allister Coetzee knows that he has a long and bright international future for South Africa.

[News24Wire] Curwin Bosch may have been dropped after just two minutes of international rugby, but Springbok coach Allister Coetzee knows that he has a long and bright international future for South Africa.

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Registrar-General’s Office Rolls Out Mobile Registration

[The Herald] The Registrar-General’s Department will — from next Monday – roll out a three-month national mobile registration exercise for national identity cards, birth and death certificates in preparation for voter-registration, with Registrar-Gene…

[The Herald] The Registrar-General's Department will -- from next Monday - roll out a three-month national mobile registration exercise for national identity cards, birth and death certificates in preparation for voter-registration, with Registrar-General Mr Tobaiwa Mudede imploring aspiring voters to obtain machine readable plastic national identity cards.These cards, Mr Mudede said, would also be used for biometric voter registration. The Registrar-General urged people to take advantage of the exercise to discard met

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China Pledges Support for Food Production

[The Herald] China will continue supporting Zimbabwe’s agrarian revolution to help increase both food production and food self-sufficiency, Beijing’s envoy to Harare Mr Huang Ping has said. Speaking during the official commissioning of Shauke Weir Dam …

[The Herald] China will continue supporting Zimbabwe's agrarian revolution to help increase both food production and food self-sufficiency, Beijing's envoy to Harare Mr Huang Ping has said. Speaking during the official commissioning of Shauke Weir Dam in Zvishavane yesterday, Ambassador Huang said Command Agriculture programmes had engendered new opportunities for Zimbabwe-China agricultural cooperation.

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