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Zuma’s letter of apology to President Mugabe

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The Presidency has noted with great concern, recent unfortunate statements made on the situation in Zimbabwe, which have been attributed to a member of the technical team supporting the Facilitator, President Jacob Zuma. South Africa was appointed by SADC to assist the Zimbabwean political parties to resolve their differences. The Facilitator, President Jacob Zuma, appointed [...]

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Rein in Lindiwe Zulu, Mugabe tells Zuma

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PRESIDENT Mugabe has appealed to his South African counterpart, President Jacob Zuma, to rein in his international relations advisor, Lindiwe Zulu (pictured), over the negative and misleading pronouncements she continues to make on Zimbabwe’s preparations for the July 31 harmonised elections. Addressing over 20,000 Zanu-PF supporters at a Zanu-PF star rally in Gwanda yesterday, President [...]

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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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Lindiwe Zulu is a ‘stupid, idiotic, little street woman’: Mugabe

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Zimbabwe is in Sadc voluntarily and can walk out of the regional grouping if “it decides to do stupid things”, President Mugabe has said. He said for now Sadc has had “good sense” with some of its members acquitting themselves well except for people of no authority, in apparent reference to South African president Jacob [...]

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