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Latest news headlines from Zimbabwe Situation Skip to content Home Latest TEXT ONLY Sources Lists Archives About “Zimbabwe Situation” Friends Support us Advertise Headlines Daily since March 2000 ...follow @ZimSitRep share via Facebook Wednesday 15 June, 2016 Multimedia: Of Jim Kunaka’s flip-flop MDC-T youth leader charged over Bob slur Beer and sunshine amid deepening gloom in Harare Clergyman speak out on Gukurahundi No more fresh farm invasions: Government Former Finance minister Mumbengegwi dies Citizens have right to freedom of expression High Court okays MDC-T protest march Mangudya grilled over bond notes, SA rands Police minister Chombo faces arrest Jonathan Moyo’s fake Mugabe affection MDC-T suspends Mbanga over Mushore ‘Jim Kunaka
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  • [H1] Headlines
  • [H2] Multimedia: Of Jim Kunaka’s flip-flop
  • [H2] MDC-T youth leader charged over Bob slur
  • [H2] Beer and sunshine amid deepening gloom in Harare
  • [H2] Clergyman speak out on Gukurahundi
  • [H2] No more fresh farm invasions: Government
  • [H2] Former Finance minister Mumbengegwi dies
  • [H2] Citizens have right to freedom of expression
  • [H2] High Court okays MDC-T protest march
  • [H2] Mangudya grilled over bond notes, SA rands
  • [H2] Police minister Chombo faces arrest
  • [H2] Jonathan Moyo’s fake Mugabe affection
  • [H2] MDC-T suspends Mbanga over Mushore
  • [H2] ‘Jim Kunaka defection, good riddance’
  • [H2] Chieftainship disputes clog High Court roll: AG
  • [H2] Maize supply stable, adequate to address food crisis
  • [H2] Zanu PF MP in divorce wrangle
  • [H2] ‘Incentives alone will not boost exports’
  • [H2] Old rivals, new threats: Zimbabwe’s politicians ready themselves for Mugabe’s death
  • [H2] Gudyanga in eye of a storm
  • [H2] OPC reviews doing business reforms
  • [H2] ‘Weak governance breeding corruption’
  • [H2] Specific rules for Concourt set out
  • [H2] Government imports over 100 000t maize
  • [H2] Japanese envoy hails President
  • [H2] Govt must address chaos at Beitbridge Border Post
  • [H2] Kunaka’s defection to Zanu PF quirks MDC-T
  • [H2] Kereke rape case: Judgement day set
  • [H2] British medical centre run by Zimbabwean doctor closed
  • [H2] Power and allure of the libidinal economy
  • [H2] Minister loses property over $1,5m debt
  • [H2] No to corruption, declares Zanu-PF
  • [H2] ‘TBs not to blame for cash shortages’
  • [H2] ‘Zim an attractive market for capital allocators’
  • [H2] Minister paid US$186 000
  • [H2] ‘Murderous monster’ Mugabe unrepentant
  • [H2] It’s game on: War veterans
  • [H2] Kunaka’s defection to Zanu PF quirks MDC-T
  • [H2] Ministers continue bunking Parly’s Q&A sessions
  • [H2] #ThisFlag guns for failed ministers
  • [H2] 9 million hectares of land seized since 2000
  • [H2] Convoys under armed escort introduced in Manica
  • [H2] Mugabe strikes at activists – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 11th June 2016
  • [H2] War vets’ children get US$6,4million
  • [H2] President urges Chinese to bank
  • [H2] MP faces arrest
  • [H2] Government tweaks multi currency regime (updated)
  • [H2] Zanu-PF speeds up appeals process
  • [H2] Renamo ambushes vehicle on Marromeu-Beira road
  • [H2] Britain says ready to support Zim
  • [H2] White ex-farmers on cusp of compensation
  • [H2] Police explain road block policy
  • [H2] US$400 000: The cost of firing Whatmore
  • [H2] Mzila, 65 members dump mdc
  • [H2] Small-scale miners plead for mercy
  • [H2] Up your game, miners told
  • [H2] Looted diamonds money ‘stashed’ in UK
  • [H2] NRZ starts dismissing striking workers
  • [H2] Govt in Harare-Lusaka rail feasibility study
  • [H2] HCCL retrenchments to save $4 million per year
  • [H2] Cost of living increases
  • [H2] Diasporans shun Zim burials
  • [H2] ‘Mugabe Gukurahundi gaffe opened old wounds’
  • [H2] War vets ‘anti Mugabe plot’ exposed
  • [H2] Police crush Occupy Africa Unity Square protest
  • [H2] $100, $50 notes vanish from banks
  • [H2] ‘The rand will give temporary relief’
  • [H2] Can Mnangagwa stage coup against Mugabe?
  • [H2] After Mugabe’s gone: Three paths for Zim
  • [H2] Zim excluded as EU seals SADC deal
  • [H2] They have done it again!!
  • [H2] RBZ to import small US$ denominations
  • [H2] People First hits stormy waters
  • [H2] Mugabe says “surrogate currency” will prevent dollar outflow
  • [H2] Mother-in-law backs Kereke
  • [H2] ZimAlloys to oppose govt plan to seize land
  • [H2] IMF, Zim seek solution to economic crisis
  • [H2] RioZim shareholders ripped off on Murowa tag-along rights scam
  • [H2] Bond notes a new threat to FDI
  • [H2] Chivayo fights for energy deals
  • [H2] Zacc vows to resist ‘intimidation’
  • [H2] Parly to convene public hearings on Local Government Bill
  • [H2] Govt grabs platinum find, ousts owner
  • [H2] Govt: Debts delay parastatal reform
  • [H2] Cash crisis: The unavoidable truth
  • [H2] Talks in Maputo,attacks in Manica and Sofala
  • [H2] Mugabe threatens second Gukurahundi
  • [H2] Condoms for prisons, forced HIV tests
  • [H2] ZRP swoop on night protestors, arrest four
  • [H2] Corporate governance in turmoil
  • [H2] Of Zimbabwe’s high-flying officials
  • [H2] Corruption bleeding Zimbabwe’s economy
  • [H2] Zimbabwe mine seizure fears
  • [H2] ZANU-PF, ZPF fight for Munacho Mutezo
  • [H2] No plans for new border post with South Africa
  • [H2] Govt plots end to cash crisis • Raft of measures in pipeline
  • [H2] Court cases not a hindrance: Dinha
  • [H2] Local Govt Bill tabled before Parly
  • [H2] CMEC boss meets VP Mnangagwa
  • [H2] Gomwe, company apply for refusal of further remand
  • [H2] Unrepentant amnesty beneficiaries wreak havoc
  • [H2] Editorial Comment: Adopting rand will ease liquidity crisis
  • [H2] Guilty fines of businesses not banking can go up to US$500 000 – RBZ
  • [H2] Mining stakeholders boo Zanu PF MP
  • [H2] Govt urged to stop interfering in Zacc’s duties
  • [H2] Politburo nullifies Masvingo restructuring
  • [H2] Gushungo Dairy ‘army spy’ approaches High Court for bail
  • [H2] ConCourt frees ‘Mugabe too old’ insult man
  • [H2] Graft commission man makes govt squirm
  • [H2] ‘Nikuv can help Mzembi win UNWTO top post’
  • [H2] Anti-Mujuru violence escalates
  • [H2] Charamba must zip it, let ZACC expose graft
  • [H2] Politburo meets today
  • [H2] Anti-graft body torches storm
  • [H2] Be wary of NGOs, legislators told
  • [H2] Zimbabwe’s Black Market, Where the Dollar Trades Against Itself
  • [H2] Zinara unveils $1,7m road survey fund
  • [H2] Chinese contractor for Beitbridge-Chirundu highway banned by World Bank for corruption
  • [H2] Renamo attacks contribute to rising prices
  • [H2] Renamo gunmen attack train
  • [H2] Parly summons Mumbengegwi over human trafficking
  • [H2] Kasukuwere reaches out to war vets
  • [H2] Breaking: Manyenyeni suspended again
  • [H2] RBZ threatens to scrap bank licenses over export rules
  • [H2] NGOs Dzamara plot exposed
  • [H2] Stop succession debate: Zanu-PF warns cadres
  • [H2] Renamo attacks trucks in Manica
  • [H2] Harare-Beitbridge Highway: Contractors fall prey to conmen
  • [H2] Anti-graft body warned on haste
  • [H2] HIV a security threat — Chiwenga
  • [H2] Can bond notes work?
  • [H2] NPA contests suspected bomber’s acquittal
  • [H2] Pilots operate without contracts
  • [H2] Angry war collaborators seek Mugabe audience
  • [H2] Biti bans anti-opposition rhetoric
  • [H2] Senior ZimParks official exonerates Sunday Mail trio
  • [H2] The persistent crisis of the Zimbabwean State
  • [H2] Dabengwa urges youths to fight economic, political emancipation
  • [H2] ‘Mujuru handpicked Mnangagwa’
  • [H2] Security lax at diamond tender facility
  • [H2] Conflict or Collapse? Zimbabwe in 2016
  • [H2] Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe swoops on unbanked businesses
  • [H2] Tsvangirai back from op in SA
  • [H2] $30m Pepsi bottling plant to create 3 000 jobs
  • [H2] Retired army chief refuses to leave farm despite court order
  • [H2] Zanu PF on fire in Masvingo
  • [H2] Target youth, rural electorate: Mliswa
  • [H2] ‘Mugabe family scared’
  • [H2] Editorial Comment – Corruption: We await the first arrests
  • [H2] COMESA, an ‘untapped’ market for Zimbabwe
  • [H2] ZRP to serve as chiefs’ messengers
  • [H2] DNA can improve drug-resistant TB treatment
  • [H2] Mechanisation key to food security: Made
  • [H2] Think-tank raps Parly procedure on Zec commissioners interviews
  • [H2] Human trafficking agent identified
  • [H2] Govt launches treatment manual
  • [H2] Govt to recruit more pharmacists
  • [H2] Zimbabweans turn violent to survive
  • [H2] How Zimbabwe’s flag could be the end of Mugabe
  • [H2] Dumiso: Gukurahundi effects to last long
  • [H2] ‘Bloodshed if Mnangagwa bid fails’
  • [H2] Embrace bond notes, says VP Mnangagwa
  • [H2] Govt harmonises 11 business laws
  • [H2] Police bar Mujuru rally
  • [H2] Is Moyo sincere on Dzamara?
  • [H2] Protest ‘against black oppression’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 4th June 2016
  • [H2] Farm wrangle: Connolly appeals to Supreme Court
  • [H2] Mujuru moves to kick out Mugabe
  • [H2] Mphoko’s daunting task as appeals chairperson
  • [H2] Supermarkets ration basics
  • [H2] War veterans might scuttle Mnangagwa bid
  • [H2] Demonstrations new MDC-T campaign strategy
  • [H2] Bata capacity use reaches 90pct: CEO
  • [H2] Opposition youths vow violent Mugabe ouster
  • [H2] Uneducated Mphoko a ‘petty tribalist’: Chris
  • [H2] Judge fury as soldier hits man for ZNA kit
  • [H2] Women start 16-day Harare protest
  • [H2] State moves to pay farmers early
  • [H2] Zim a fishing pond for hard currency: VP
  • [H2] No cash upfront for medical aid card holders
  • [H2] MDC-T interferes in town clerk appointment process
  • [H2] Parastatals boards reshuffle looms
  • [H2] Anti-corruption blitz targets bigwigs
  • [H2] Bulawayo Thermal Power Station refurbishment to be completed in 2018
  • [H2] Foreign investors dump Zimbabwean equities
  • [H2] Cash crisis needs urgent attention
  • [H2] NRZ engages four banks on loan reprieve for employees
  • [H2] Zera to phase out diesel
  • [H2] Mugabe clocks 200 000km flying in 6 months, gobbling $80m
  • [H2] Mliswa dares Magaya over bond notes
  • [H2] Smuggler flees cops, abandons 18-tonne truck
  • [H2] $6bn needed for railway line modernisation: Mnangagwa
  • [H2] 15 killed in horror crash
  • [H2] Government appoints new MRCZ board
  • [H2] Council won’t renew Zvobgo’s contract
  • [H2] Govt to pay last bonus batch
  • [H2] Grand Coalition: Cdes without a Code
  • [H2] Patson: source of Itai images none of ZRP biz
  • [H2] Mphoko cries treason…VP slams war vets for naming preferred successor
  • [H2] Grace barred talk over fake PhD — Politburo minutes
  • [H2] China, Zim clash over diamonds
  • [H2] Mugabe’s relative in corrupt project
  • [H2] First Family’s dairy sinks deeper
  • [H2] Wasteful Mugabe squanders while liquidity crunch bites
  • [H2] Chivayo murky deals under threat
  • [H2] Police, Zinara clash over fines
  • [H2] LATEST: Commotion as petrol goes for 15 cents
  • [H2] ‘Empowerment key to national healing, reconciliation’
  • [H2] ZNA denies Dzamara claims
  • [H2] Beitbridge-Harare Highway dualisation timelines to be set
  • [H2] Hre audits land belonging to housing co-ops
  • [H2] Stakeholders rap Local Govt Amendment Bill
  • [H2] Grace loyalists booted out
  • [H2] Mugabe march: Chipanga speech censored
  • [H2] ZSE slips back to red
  • [H2] Graduate vendors – a clear sign of failed govt policies
  • [H2] Zesa fleeced through fraudulent payments
  • [H2] Mugabe does not want Mnangagwa as successor
  • [H2] Govt sets up Kuwait repatriation fund
  • [H2] Coalition deal historic, game changer: PDP
  • [H2] Weakening Rand batters Zim economy
  • [H2] Cash woe: Bring your own, tourists told
  • [H2] It’s war in ZANU-PF
  • [H2] Saviour Kasukuwere’s company liquidated
  • [H2] Bad times send African borrowers back to IMF
  • [H2] Zimbabwe agonises over malaria
  • [H2] Zimbabweans and their barren patriotism
  • [H2] Government-Renamo commission meets for third time
  • [H2] What Africa lacks: cleanliness, punctuality
  • [H2] Trafficking agent attempts suicide at Zim embassy in Kuwait
  • [H2] Farmer drags Chihuri to court for contempt
  • [H2] Parly conducts Local Govt Bill hearings
  • [H2] Dzamara was abducted: Moyo
  • [H2] War vets chide Mugabe over bond notes
  • [H2] Ndebele group reports Shonas to SA
  • [H2] Keep off Caledonia, land barons warned
  • [H2] Mushore torches storm at Town House
  • [H2] ‘Postal services need new ideas’
  • [H2] Schools urged to invest in libraries
  • [H2] No going back on prepaid water meters, says council
  • [H2] Commuters face $200 fine
  • [H2] Guest Blog – The Zambezi Valley Refrain: A Story of Empowerment
  • [H2] President Mugabe in Singapore – again
  • [H2] Mujuru: Mourner Grace admired our house
  • [H2] President Mnangagwa or bloodshed: War vets
  • [H2] Australian MP sparks outrage after admitting he killed and ate elephant on Zimbabwe hunting trip
  • [H2] Minister blames US, EU for poaching
  • [H2] MDC: Govt’s wildlife record ‘alarming’
  • [H2] Opp coalition: MDC-T says never invited
  • [H2] Red Cross scales up feeding scheme in Zim
  • [H2] Jabulani Sibanda divides ZimPF
  • [H2] RTG shuts loss-making Beitbridge hotel
  • [H2] War vets endorse Mnangagwa
  • [H2] Govt to splash $1,4m on top-of-the-range cars for MPs
  • [H2] Cash shortages: Banks blame government
  • [H2] Another video rant at Mugabe
  • [H2] Dzamara pictures: Police summon brother
  • [H2] Min Chinamasa denies son ‘stole’ $7m
  • [H2] Mandarin, Swahili in new curriculum
  • [H2] Let’s focus on trade, beneficiation: President
  • [H2] ‘No to debt collectors in schools’
  • [H2] Midlands ‘snow’ rare — Met Dept
  • [H2] Economy on the mend, says Govt
  • [H2] Cabinet okays Land Commission Bill
  • [H2] ZPC nails minister •’ . . . he pressured us to pay Chivayo $5m’ • Businessman admits failure to raise guarantee
  • [H2] LATEST: Mandarin, KiSwahili and Portuguese in new education curriculum
  • [H2] Reject bond notes – civil society groups
  • [H2] Ship-wreck democracy
  • [H2] Multi-currency system dead, RBZ admits
  • [H3] Wednesday 15 June, 2016
  • [H3] Tuesday 14 June, 2016
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