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October, 2014
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#WEWANTCHANGE: Five issues, five voices

IPI launches campaign highlighting challenges to press freedom worldwide VIENNA, Oct 30, 2014 – Criminal defamation laws, the imprisonment of journalists, violent attacks on journalists, endemic impunity for such crimes and a spate of emerging restrictions on digital journalism are the five greatest challenges to press freedom around the world, the International Press Institute (IPI) […]
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HEINEKEN majority owned subsidiaries Nigerian Breweries plc and Consolidated Breweries plc issue notice of Extraordinary General Meeting regarding Scheme of Merger

AMSTERDAM, Oct. 31, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE / Knowledgebylanes) — Heineken N.V.’s (EURONEXT: HEIA; OTCQX: HEINY) (‘HEINEKEN’) majority owned Nigerian subsidiaries Consolidated Breweries plc and Nigerian Breweries plc have today sent notices of Extraordinary General Meetings to be held on 4 December 2014 (the “EGM”) to their shareholders. At the EGM’s shareholders will vote on the […]
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Have Our Legislators Come of Age? [opinion]

Side-by-side, male and female, Zanu-PF and one of the MDCs’ representatives, formed a procession as they entered the august House to listen to President Mugabe outline the legislative agenda for the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament. Factional politics and fragmentations among the parties represented...
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Ex-Minister Matonga’s Property Attached

Former Deputy Minister and Mhondoro-Ngezi legislator Cde Bright Matonga’s property has been attached by the Deputy Sheriff for failing to settle debts. Cde Matonga’s property will go under the hammer tomorrow at the Messenger of Court’s offices in Chegutu. The property, which will be sold...
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Bulk Buyers Snap the Herald

SOME people yesterday bulk-bought copies of The Herald, in a move that appeared designed to curb the reach of the front page story of Vice President Joice Mujuru’s US$1 million scandal in which she is accused of abusing her office to extort and self-exile Kenyan...
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