Africa's interests must be respected: Russia

The visiting Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov says Africa is one of the pillars of the multi-polar world and its interests must be taken on board.

Speaking after meeting President Robert Mugabe at his rural home in Zvimba, Mr Lavrov said the uni-polar or bi-polar world where a few countries dominate others is unsustainable.

 

"What is important is to recognise the pluralism in the international community, the emergence of new big players and indeed the African continent.

 
Mega platinum project launched

The US$3 billion Darwendale platinum project commissioned on Tuesday is set to produce 250 000 ounces of platinum annually over the next 36 months while plans to construct a refinery plant are already underway.

 
Lesotho facilitator appointed

The SADC double Troika Summit on Lesotho and the DRC ended with a call on the Lesotho coalition government leaders to uphold their commitments towards the restoration of constitutional normalcy in the country.

 

Holland assumes MDC Renewal presidency

Holland assumes MDC Renewal presidency

The beleaguered MDC-T party split has further widened with Acting Chairperson of the MDC-T Guardian Council, Mrs Sekai Holland assuming the role of the interim MDC Renewal president until the party’s ...

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Inflation rate declines

Inflation rate declines

Zimbabwe’s year on year inflation rate has declined to 0.15 percent amid expectations that it will continue to be on a positive trend in the second quarter.

 

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Medical outreach team commended

The Friends of Amai Mugabe Children’s Trust medical team has been commended for complementing government efforts in the provision of quality health care service to the less privileged members of socie...

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Parly grills Mnene hospital officials

Parly grills Mnene hospital officials

Officials from Mnene Hospital in Mberengwa flouted government procedures by awarding a tender for the renovation of the health institution to a failed food retail company in a scandal that fleeced tre...

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China’s invitation to President Mugabe: A slap in Obama’s face

China’s invitation to President Mugabe: A slap in Obama’s face

By Justin Mahlahla

 

“We have turned East where the sun rises, and given our backs to the West where the sun sets,” President Mugabe, Independence Day, 2005.

 

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Zim ‘A’ struggles against Bangladesh

Zim ‘A’ struggles against Bangladesh

A polished display with the ball has put Bangladesh A in a good position to win the first unofficial test match being played at Cox’s Bazar against Zimbabwe A.

 

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Zim marks ozone layer day

Zim marks ozone layer day

Zimbabwe has made tremendous strides in phasing out chemicals that deplete the ozone layer as the country moves to mitigate climate change.

 

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Baba Jukwa convicted

Baba Jukwa convicted

Sunday Mail Editor, Edmund Kudzayi of the Baba Jukwa saga, has been convicted on his own plea to charges of possesion of firearms.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"They think Africa is their God-given territory because once upon a time they oppressed us. They had colonies in Africa. They had shared Africa like a cake, this part belongs to the British, that part to the Belgians and that other part to the French, the Germans. There was that scramble for Africa. Not so with the Chinese." - during -day state trip to China, August 2014.

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