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Respect Zimbabwe’s rights – Mbeki

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Former South African President, Thabo Mbeki says Zimbabweans have the right to choose their leader and it’s a choice South Africa and politicians in Zimbabwe should respect. Mbeki was a facilitator in Zimbabwe in 2008 when the MDC and Zanu-PF signed a power-sharing agreement. He expressed concern that doubts were cast on last week’s vote […]

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There’s a very, very good atmosphere in Zimbabwe: Zuma

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South African President Jacob Zuma said a peaceful atmosphere for free and fair elections exists in Zimbabwe and called on the country to stage peaceful elections this week. President Zuma was speaking during a media briefing with South African-born Hollywood actress Charlize Theron about her work as a UNAIDS messenger for peace. UNAIDS is the […]

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Sadc commends ZEC for “taking up challenges”

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A MINI-summit of the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) referred to “problems” during special voting by the police and army ahead of Zimbabwe’s July 31 elections and commended the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission for taking up the challenges to resolve them. A final communiqué avoided any comment about what the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) parties [...]

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Malema bounces back, launches party

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Julius Malema officially launched his new political organisation, the Economic Freedom Fighters yesterday. Malema said it was agreed by members that the EFF would be a radical leftist movement that will look to contest the 2014 elections. “We are not like Agang (SA) and all of them … We have a completely different plan.” The [...]

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Zimbabweans better placed to solve own problems: Dlamini-Zuma

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ZIMBABWEANS are better placed to resolve their own problems regarding the holding of presidential and parliamentary elections and regarding President Robert Mugabe’s decision to call an election on July 31, the head of the African Union commission said on Monday. Zimbabwe’s Supreme Court, sitting as a Constitutional Court ordered President Mugabe two weeks ago to [...]

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