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ZIMBABWE MEETS IMF TARGETS, AGREES ON NEW GOALS

HARARE, Sept 30– Zimbabwe has managed to attain all targets set by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by the end of June this year aimed at improving management of the economy, the multilateral institution says. An IMF team was in the country in the last...
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UNMISS denies report of peacekeepers reinforcing SPLA garrisons

JUBA, South Sudan, September 30, 2014: The attention of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has been drawn to allegations that appeared yesterday, in an article that was posted on the pro-armed opposition website nyamile.com, accusing the UNMISS peacekeepers of installing barbed wire fencing around SPLA garrisons in various locations in South Sudan […]
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Zimbabwe Needs Protests and Brains [opinion]

The UK chairman of Zanu PF Nick Mangwana seems to have been emboldened by the anti-mass action pronouncements of evangelist Emmanuel Makandiwa, so he sent some gibberish to New Zimbabwe.com (You can read Mangwana’s article here). Firstly it is shocking that someone who is enjoying...
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Zimbabwe’s Tonga Fishermen Cut Off From Zambezi Lifeline

The Tonga ethnic group, who make up the majority of the estimated 200,000 people living in rural Binga District in Zimbabwe’s Matabeleland North Province, has for generations depended on fishing for food and an income. But unaffordable government levies are making their lives increasingly difficult....
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