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Chiyangwa sues NewsDay for $2,5m

Zimbabwe Football Association president and businessman Philip Chiyangwa who on Monday claimed $1 million defamation damages from Alpha Media Holdings’ newspaper The Standard, has picked a legal battle with another publication under the…
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Tough times for print media sector

The Zimbabwean print media industry continues to face acute problems, amid fresh revelations that one national publication will cease operations at the end of March. The government-controlled Zimpapers has started a massive retrenchment…
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Journalists detained at Zanu PF headquarters

HARARE - Wendy Muperi and Wonai Masvingise, journalists with privately-owned newspapers, Daily News and NewsDay respectively, were on Friday, briefly detained by ZANU-PF security personnel while covering a demonstration at the party’s…
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Zanu PF infiltrate churches ahead of elections

Zanu PF’s campaign strategy ahead of the forthcoming general elections will hinge on infiltration of churches, neutralisation of civic society and use of traditional leaders to whip the rural electorate into line, internal party documents…
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NewsDay misfired on Young Warriors: Coltart

How can we possibly assist in paying for football-related airfares when our ministry is in so dire need of cash? Is it also proper that we should bail out football when children cannot go to school because they cannot pay fees? What is more…
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Drama at PM’s Office over suspected mole

HARARE- There was drama at Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s Charter House offices on Tuesday when MDC-T security staff blocked principal director Valentine Sinemane from entering the building, accusing him of leaking “confidential…
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