Tendai Biti of the opposition People’s Democratic Party says the military’s involvement in Zimbabwean politics is worrying millions of people in the country.
International community is asked to help ensure credible polls
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The quick announcement by the African Export and Import Bank of a fresh package of loans and guarantees appeared to be a vote of confidence in the new government
Ruling party and opposition groups will ask electoral authorities on Wednesday to extend next week's voter registration deadline into February
“The new government of Zimbabwe and the international community must address the yet unanswered calls for justice and accountability for the victims of past horrific atrocities ..."
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Poaching is rife in Zimbabwe's national parks, which teem with elephants and other big game
“President Mnangagwa is not unknown to us,” said Flake, recalling that, “until his dismissal as first vice president last month, he had been closely aligned to President Mugabe, since Mugabe’s rise to power.
Ngarivhume told VOA Studio 7 that “we will be talking about the current situation in Zimbabwe and forthcoming elections which we expect to be free and fair."
Mawere says Mrs. Mugabe had usurped the powers of the president although she was “just a wife”, and that was a major contributor to the fall of Robert Mugabe.
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