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“We Are Capable Of Transforming Zimbabwe ” – David Coltart, Former Zimbabwean Senator

The Hardy Report Along with Spotlight Zimbabwe 16 January 2017 This is the link to the interview done by Edward Hardy in London at Garden Court Chambers on the afternoon of Tuesday the 1st November 2016. http://spotlight-z.com/news/capable-transforming-zimbabwe-david-coltart-former-zimbabwean-senator/

“Barbourfields Stadium must be named after Lookout Masuku no matter what”- commentator

Bulawayo News 24 By Stephen Jakes 16 January 2017 A political commentator and leader of the Zimbabwe Communist Party Ngqabutho Nicholas Mabhena has insisted that Barbourfields Stadium must be named after the late Zipra Commander Lookout Masuku following Bulawayo City Councillors’ reneging to do so as they opposed the change of historical names but only

Government slams critics over new curriculum

Bulawayo 24 News 15 January 2017 THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education says implementation of the new curriculum has been smooth so far with no challenges reported from schools, amid criticism from some individuals and teacher organisations that the process was rushed. Implementation of the curriculum started on Tuesday last week when schools opened

New boxing control board appointed

Newsday 14 January 2017 Sport and Recreation minister Makhosini Hlongwane yesterday announced a new National Boxing Control Board, with Richard Hondo bouncing back as the chairman, four years after he was shown the exit. The appointment is likely to cause a furore in the local boxing fraternity, as Hondo is accused of presiding over the

The Struggle Continues by David Coltart — becoming Zimbabwe – a Financial Times Review

The Financial Times History Section By Michael Holman 13th January 2017 An insider’s account of Robert Mugabe’s regime is also a brave act of defiance What is it about southern Africa that creates so many moral heavyweights? It seems that adversity and repression in that part of the world stimulate rather than inhibit, and bring

Zimbabwe backs down on tariff hikes

Techcentral.co.za 13 January 2017 Zimbabwe’s telecommunications regulator has backed down over new floor prices for telecoms services, resulting in the country’s largest operator, Econet, reversing large price increases announced earlier in the week. Zimbabwe’s telecommunications regulator has backed down over new floor prices for telecoms services, resulting in the country’s largest operator, Econet Wireless, reversing