President Mugabe abandons a controversial cultural festival in India amid protests from local people that delegates will pollute the local environment. Mr. Mugabe’s spokesperson, George Charamba, says the president’s trip was cut short due to security concerns.
Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa, says Zimbabwe is targeting an annual growth rate of between six to 10 percent in order to revamp the economy. He says for this to happen, the country must embark on serious policy reforms as agreed under the International Monetary Fund Staff Monitored Program.
Zimbabwe today joined the international community in marking World Kidney Day amid concerns over the increasing number of people affected by non-communicable diseases.
We will give you a closer look at yesterday’s public march staged by some Zimbabweans in Harare demanding that the government should play a critical role in stopping abductions of political activists.
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Today on LiveTalk our hosts of the Women’s Round Table Praxedes Jeremiah and Marvellous Mhlanga Nyahuye will be talking with listeners and experts the sexual abuse of children in Zimbabwe.
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