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Professor Jonathan Moyo`s Return Was Progressive: Dumisani Muleya

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

By Nomore Chinoda The return of Professor Jonathan Moyo as Zimbabwe’s Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister is a progressive move, says Dumisani Muleya, Editor of the Zimbabwe Independent, a .. Read More →

Ethiopians Surrender To Saudi

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

BY FREEMAN MAKOPA Thousands of Ethiopians surrendered to Saudi authorities as Addis Ababa announced the death of 3 citizens during a clampdown on illegal migrant workers in the oil rich .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Set For 25 Radio Stations

By Lazarus Sauti , 16 , Nov 2013

By Lazarus Sauti Zimbabwe is set to have 25 new free-to-air commercial provincial radio stations following last week’s Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe’s call for applications. Baz made the announcement in .. Read More →

Africa Launches Major Challenge To ICC

By Best Masinire , 16 , Nov 2013

By Best Masinire African nations have launched one of the biggest challenges yet to the International Criminal Court by forcing a UN Security Council vote on suspending the trial of .. Read More →

China To Ease One Child Policy

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 16 , Nov 2013

China Communist leaders announced an easing of the country's one-child policy as part of a raft of sweeping pledges unveiled including the abolition of its 're-education' labour camps and loosening .. Read More →

Rebels Attack Convoy On Mozambique Highway

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

Maputo (AFP) - Suspected Renamo ex-rebels ambushed a convoy of cars Friday killing one person and wounding 10 others along a key highway in the latest of low-intensity attacks gripping .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation Board Dissolved

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 15 , Nov 2013

The Cuthbert Dube and Happison Muchechetere led ZBC board was dissolved with immediate effect after they failed to submit a turnaround strategy document within the stipulated 14 days. In a .. Read More →

Africans Condemn Discrimination In India

By Best Masinire , 15 , Nov 2013

By Best Masinire Ties between India and Nigeria have hit a new low in the aftermath of the recent murder of a Nigerian in the western Indian state of Goa. .. Read More →

UN Body Concerned Over Delays In Kyoto Protocol Ratification

By Lazarus Sauti , 15 , Nov 2013

By Lazarus Sauti The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres says the UN body is highly concerned with the status of ratification of the Doha .. Read More →