Monthly Archives: January 2015
The Zimbabwe Independent 30th January 2015 By Owen Gagare UPON his return from his annual holiday in the Far East last Thursday — where he and his family underwent medical check-ups — President Robert Mugabe pleaded with restive civil servants to be patient with his government which is struggling to pay salaries on time. In […]
￼AN EXAMINATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION (ZEC) IN MANAGING THE 2013 ELECTIONS IN ZIMBABWE.
￼AN EXAMINATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION (ZEC) IN MANAGING THE 2013 ELECTIONS IN ZIMBABWE. Prepared by Derek Matyszak, Senior Researcher [RAU] December 2014 ￼1|Page EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The manner in which the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) conducted the 31st July, 2013 general election has been the subject of much discussion. The timeliness […]
The Herald By Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor 6th December 2015 Zimbabwe cricket Chairman Wilson Manase appears to have charmed one of the organisation’s biggest critics, former Sports Minister David Coltart. Manase, who replaced long serving chairman Peter Chingoka last year, has launched a massive restructuring of both the Zimbabwe Cricket and the national team […]
The Standard By Michael Madyira 4th January 2015 On the morning of June 2 last year, football followers woke up to read damning screaming local newspapers headlines that had beamed pictures of a stranded Ian Gorowa. The former Warriors coach Gorowa was seemingly trying to come to terms with the calamity that had hit the […]
The Herald By Caroline Magenga 1st January 2015 SPORT, Arts and Culture Minister Andrew Langa is slowly losing patience with the manner in which football is being administered in the country and has warned misfiring Zifa to shape up or face drastic action this year. Despite a year that promised so much, with the Warriors […]