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Mnangagwa’s slim election victory, followed by violence, has observers asking why he would do this when all he needed was international credibility
          Zimbabwe’s Opposition Is Under Attack. It Should Seek a Unity Government Before It’s Too Late.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zanu-PF has proven time and again that it will resort to violence to stay in power. The MDC Alliance must pursue a coalition deal with President Mnangagwa, or more lives will be lost.
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order by Musoni      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Varigona Biti Zigwara. Hee i'm prepared to die , richiurayisa vana vevamwe ! Kana uchifunga kuti Biti was a good Minister of Finance uri dofo. He was the worst this country has ever had.Usanyeperwe! Svinura
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order by Anonymous      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Biti has a case to answer.he knows that.Ndiwo malawyer emuZimbabwe.He knew what he was doing.Let him pay for his action.
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order by Stanley bands      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bit should not be treated with kid gloves he is bad apple in the society. Why running when you cozed the deaths of6 pipo.
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order by mumu      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Biti deserve to be arrested.ndiye akakonzeresa violence apedza otiza nehupenyu hwake saka arikuti aneupenyu husina kukosha ndehwani? uye zvaaiti MDC yahwina iwo maresults asati abudiswa neZEC anga amaonepi uye aishambadza maresults ari ani? dai aiva nema results aifanira kuyenda kuZEC ovapa kuti heyo maresults chaiwo aya kwete zvake zvekungohumana izvo ...inga ndiwo malawyer acho wani atinotarisira kuti anoziva mutemo hino kana vodayi haaaa varasika saka isu tinoti pasi nemhanduuuuuuu
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yes you are 100% right
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order by mumu      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
taura hako ngaadzoke apedzise zvaakatanga...
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order by Tichingotonga Vachingovukura      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
@ Mukonori the last time i checked you were also hiding outside the country
          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
           UPDATE 3-Zimbabwe opposition leader charged over...       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By MacDonald DzirutweHARARE, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's former finance minister and opposition leader Tendai Biti appeared in court on Thursday to be...
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Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
           U.S. concerned about Zimbabwe violence, opposition...       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WASHINGTON, Aug 9 (Reuters) - The United States said on Thursday it was concerned about reports of detentions, beatings and other abuses targeting...
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Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
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Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          BREAKING: US, Zambia relations strained after Biti’s deportation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – ZAMBIA appears to have ruffled diplomatic ties with the United States after it handed over Zimbabwean opposition politician, Tendai Biti, to his country’s authorities in the face of a reported Zambian court order blocking his expulsion. The US Department of State confirmed the government of Donald Trump was […]
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Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
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Blockchain systems can provide a trusted registry of property ownership in communal lands, which can facilitate their development into productive assets, says Zimbabwean former commercial farmer and former chairman of the National Association of Dairy Farmers Dave Conolly. Conolly is researching the titling of communal areas in Africa and believes it is essential for agricultural development that subsistence farmers working on communal lands are empowered to move into commercial agricultural production and capitalise on land ownership.
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.
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Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.
          Artists deliberate on Culture Ministry      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Jive Zimbabwe in conjunction with Africa Innovation Trust will today hold an indaba with artists and leaders of arts institutions to discuss issues affecting the sector and how they want the next minister of arts and culture in the coming cabinet to handle their concerns.
          Opposisjonsleder i Zimbabwe fikk asyl-nei (ABC Nyheter: Verden)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Den kjente opposisjonspolitikeren Tendai Biti forsøkte å flykte til Zambia, men ble nektet asyl. Lan... (ABC Nyheter: Verden)
          A crackdown in Zimbabwe exposes the instability of the Mnangagwa regime      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Who ordered this?

IN THE early hours of August 5th four men broke into a house in eastern Zimbabwe known to be home to activists for the MDC Alliance, the country’s main opposition bloc. They dragged the husband and wife outside before beating them with sticks on their back and buttocks. Two of the assailants took turns raping the wife; the other two raped the husband. All the while the children of the couple watched.

After holding peaceful elections on July 30th Zimbabwe has again descended into violence. At least six people were killed on the streets of the capital two days after the vote. Since then human-rights groups have recorded more than 150 alleged cases of abuse against opposition supporters (including that of the husband and wife above), most seemingly at the hands of soldiers. The true figure is almost certainly many times higher. Hundreds of MDC members have fled their homes, including Tendai Biti, one of the bloc’s senior figures, whose...


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Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          USHAWISHI KUMPANGA BOSI      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Juzi nilivutwa na ujumbe wa Mhe. Waziri January Makamba aloubandika kwenye kwenye ukurasa wake wa Facebook.

Ujumbe ule ukiwalenga wateule wapya wa Mh. Rais Dr. J.P.J. Magufuli akiwaasa baadhi ya mambo ya kuepuka "the don'ts" kwenye nafasi hizo mpya za utumishi wenye mamlaka.

"Usikubali mtu akakubebea mkoba"

"Usikubali mtu akakupakulia chakula kama mnakula kwenye bufee"

Ingawa naweza kuwa sijanukuu kwa usahihi wake, hayo mawili ni baadhi ya mambo aliyoandika waziri Makamba akiwaambia wateule hao ambao katika andiko lake aliwaita "wadogo zangu"

Ni jambo la kupendeza haswaa kunapotokea mtu mzoefu kwenye nafasi za uteuzi kutumia muda wake kuwakumbusha wateule wapya mambo madogomadogo kama hayo ambayo kimsingi huwa ni kero ambayo mtu hawezi kusema.

Binadamu tumeumbwa na akili za ajabu sasa, nadhani mtu anapokuwa kiongozi kuna mambo anakosa fursa ya kuyaona kuwa si mema.

Na kwa kuwa ni kiongozi tayari na anamamlaka ya uongozi huo, nadhani pia hukosa fursa nyingine ya kumpata mtu wa kawaida wa kumwambia hiki hakiko sawa.

Bahati mbaya kabisa aliyonayo mtu mwenye madaraka ni kuwa, wengi kati ya wale anaotembea nao kila siku na kufanya nao kazi hupenda kuheshim fikra na matendo ya kiongozi hata pale fikra hizo zinapokuwa na mkanganyiko, na matendo yake yanapokuwa ya ajabu watu hao humkubalia tu....ndiyo boss.....ndiyo mheshimiwa.

Matokeo yake viongozi wengi hujikuta wananafikiwa weeee ilihali wakiamini kila kitu kiko sawa. Wanapangwa sana.

Zimbabwe alikuwepo mama mmoja mke wa Rais Robert Mugabe. Nadhani anaitwa Grace Mugabe. Mwanamama huyo alitaka haswa kuwa mridhi wa Mugabe.

Akawakamata vijana wa chama kikuu nchini humo. Kimsingi alikwisha kuwa na mamlaka makubwa tu.

Mtu pekee aliyemwona angemnyima fursa ya kurithi mikoba ya mzee ni Rais wa sasa wa nchi hiyo Emanuel Mnagangwa.

Mama yule akiwa kwenye mikutano alimtolea si lugha chafu bali matusi. Siku chache kabla ya Mugabe kufurushwa madarakani alinukuliwa akisema.

Munagangwa alikuwa nyoka alostahili kupigwa tena sio kupigwa hovyohovyo bali kupondwa pondwa kichwa.

Maneno yale yakaonekana ndiyo yanafaa zaidi. Yakashangiliwa na vijana, yakanukuliwa na vyombo vya Habari nchini humo. Mwanamama akapewa sifa kwa hotuba yenye mvuto.

Kumbe ukweli ukijulikana ila haukusemwa kwa sababu walopaswa kusema ukweli waliogopa mamlaka ya Grace.

Hongera January viongozi msijinyime fursa ya kujua ukweli #mnapangwa_sana_aisee.

Ray Mtani.

          Zimbabwe: l'opposant Tendai Biti expulsé de la Zambie vers son pays      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Figure de l'opposition zimbabwéenne, Tendai Biti, qui avait fui en Zambie pour y demander l'asile politique, a été renvoyé jeudi au Zimbabwe, alarmant des diplomates occidentaux et soulevant la réprobation de l'opposition. Son parti, le...
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It is a tragedy that the party that has ruined Zimbabwe, led by a man who was one of the…
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On August 5 Biti said he had worked to deny Zimbabwe access to deserved funds . Just for this statement the state must now deploy more security personnel to guard this idiot . The nation must review the maratorium on Capital Punishment and / or indefinite detaintion .
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.
          Department Press Briefings : Department Press Briefing - August 9, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Heather Nauert
Spokesperson
Department Press Briefing
Washington, DC
August 9, 2018



Index for Today's Briefing
  • INDONESIA
  • DEPARTMENT
  • ZIMBABWE
  • YEMEN
  • IRAQ
  • TURKEY
  • ISRAEL/PALESTINIANS
  • RUSSIA
  • NORTH KOREA/SOUTH KOREA
  • CHINA

    TRANSCRIPT:

     

     

     

    3:00 p.m. EDT

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Hi, everybody. How are you today? And why are so many of you showing up on an August afternoon? You’re supposed to all be on vacation or something, but I notice a few empty seats. But Gardiner’s back from vacation. Gardiner, welcome.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Thank you.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: How’ve you been?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: I’ve been good.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Good. A couple announcements to start before we get started with your questions today.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    First, I would like to express our condolences to the victims of the recent earthquakes and also the aftershocks in Indonesia. The United States has experts and partner organizations on the ground. We’re consulting with the Government of Indonesia at this time. We’re closely monitoring the situation, and we stand ready to provide additional aid to the Government of Indonesia. Our U.S. consulate personnel are assisting affected U.S. citizens. At this time, we do not have any reports of U.S. citizen casualties associated with the earthquakes. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Indonesian people. As many of you know, we were recently on the ground in Indonesia and had some terrific meetings with government officials there.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Next, I have some staffing news to bring you now. And I’m really excited about this one, because it affects our Bureau of Public Affairs and specifically the folks that you will working with. Today I’d like to announce that Robert Palladino will be joining our press team as the State Department’s deputy spokesperson. Robert is a career Foreign Service officer and I believe known well to some of you or perhaps many of you.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Over the past year, Robert has served as director of press and acting National Security Council spokesperson. In that role he’s helped to prepare Sarah Sanders for her briefings at the White House. He was also a spokesperson to the White House press corps and worked as NSC communications lead for both Asia and Europe. Robert’s Foreign Service career has included postings in Washington, where he worked for our Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and the Office of the Under Secretary for Public Affairs and Public Diplomacy, and also on Capitol Hill. Overseas, he’s worked in Milan, Italy; Guangzhou, China; and also Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Prior to joining the State Department, he practiced law in Asia and Europe in the Army JAG Corps. His service included deployment to Rwanda. He is a graduate of Notre Dame University, Washington and Lee School of Law, the U.S. Army War College, and he also speaks Chinese and Italian. Pretty impressive.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    We are delighted that he is coming back to the State Department from the White House. I know you will enjoy working with him. For those of you who have not met him, he is a terrific guy. We’ve worked closely together for the past year or so. I asked him what his children thought, because he has two young girls – I asked him what they thought of his job, and I love these quotes. His youngest daughter said, “I’m proud of America and I’m proud of you, Dad, but it sounds really boring.” And then his older daughter said this – and you’ll appreciate it – “But wait a minute, everybody yells questions and they’re angry. That’s the worst job in the world.” That actually might be the White House press corps, not you all. But we look forward to welcoming Robert when he joins us on the 20th of August. But try not to bug him between now and then; he’s on vacation with his family. So another addition to our press family.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    And that’s it. With that, I’d be happy to take your questions.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay, thanks. We’ll try not to be so angry.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I said not you all.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Let’s – me, yes me. I just wanted to ask you briefly before I ask you about Yemen. I noticed the statement that you guys put out about Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe elections and the Zambian decision to deport the opposition leader.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Right.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: And in that statement it said that you are reviewing certain aspects of your cooperation with the Zambian Government. Can you be a little bit more specific? What aspects of --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Some of those will be conversations that will be had privately with both governments. But my understanding is that there are certain agreements in which that government was taking steps that the Zimbabweans weren’t completely familiar with and weren’t supportive of, and there were some concerns related to that. But let’s just --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: No, I understand, but I was just --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: But let’s just back up a couple steps for folks who’ve not been following this perhaps as closely as you have. Elections on July the 30th – those were promising, very promising. We thought it was a historic chance to sort of move beyond the political and economic crises of the past and toward a more democratic change and better dialogue in that country. People turned out massively in those elections. We put out a statement just after those elections complimenting them on those elections.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    However, the success in delivering an election day that was peaceful and open to international observers was then marred by violence, which we’ve been seeing and has been heavily reported, at least in the international press, over the past about week and a half. We’ve seen a disproportionate use of deadly force against protestors by the security forces, which is a great concern of ours. We’re concerned by those numerous reports of human rights violations since the elections had taken place about a week and a half or two ago. We have received credible allegations of detentions, of beatings, and other abuses of the people of Zimbabwe, particularly targeting opposition activists.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Now, the latest news today is the foreign – excuse me, the former minister of finance had left to go to Zambia. Zambia returned him to Zimbabwe, we understand. And some of this is still fresh so we don’t have all the details at this point. But I understand he was detained and possibly let go.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    So I’m going to pause there because some of this is still unfolding, and I don’t want to give you any inaccurate information since it’s still developing.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: I get that. I just wanted to know is this a threat to withhold or suspend some aid to Zambia when you say you’re reviewing certain aspects of our cooperation?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Matt, I’m not going to get into that at this point, but we’re watching the situation carefully.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: All right. Let me ask you about this airstrike in Yemen, which appears to have killed dozens of children. The Saudis obviously are the ones who conducted this, but they do that with weapons supplied by the U.S., with training supplied by the U.S., and with targeting information, targeting data, supplied by the U.S. How can something like this happen?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: How can something like that report happen?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Well, I think we would start by saying --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: It’s more than a report. I mean, it’s – they admitted that it happened.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah. How can situations like this happen? We don’t have the full details about what happened on the ground. We’ve certainly seen the news reports of what has been reported happened, okay? I can’t confirm all the details because we are not there on the ground.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    We can say that we’re certainly concerned about these reports that resulted – that there was an attack that resulted in the deaths of civilians. We call on the Saudi-led coalition to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the incident. We take all credible accounts of civilian casualties very seriously. We call on the parties to take appropriate measures to protect civilians in accordance with international law and urge all parties to investigate all reported incidents of civilian casualties.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay. Well, they say – already the coalition says that they acted in accordance with international law. But if you look at the photographs, the video that come from the scene, it doesn’t look like that’s a really – that that’s a credible answer. So are you okay with the coalition on its own doing an investigation, or would you like to see some kind of an international component to it or an international investigation?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Well, I think I just answered that and we said that we would call upon the Saudi Government --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So you’re --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: -- to do a full and thorough investigation, as we always do. And we call upon all parties in any kind of situation like this to take appropriate measures to try to mitigate the risk of civilian casualties.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So you don’t think --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: DOD and other entities put out reports on this after the fact as they all start to investigate, and so we will look forward to any information on that.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Right. But my question is you don’t see a need for there to be something other than a coalition investigation, you don’t see a need for an independent --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Matt, I’m not going to get – this is something that is fresh, that just happened, so I’m not going to get ahead of any kind of investigation that may take place. Okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: It’s only the latest in a huge number of civilians killed during these operations though.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I would encourage you to take a look – and that is we regret any loss of civilian life. That is something that the United States Government – in particular, any time you talk to the Department of Defense about civilian casualties, they will say the same thing --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Well --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: -- that – I’m not finished, okay? And they will say the exact same thing, that all parties take very strong responsibility and measures to try to protect against the loss of civilian life. As we have seen – and you all very rarely ask about the issue that has been unfolding and the devastation that has taken place in Yemen – let’s look at some of the things that have been happening in Yemen.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    You have the Houthi rebels who continue to attack Saudi Arabia. They continue to do that with Iranian weapons, missiles, and rockets. They continue to try to attack civilian infrastructure in Saudi Arabia, for example, and that is part of the reason why these actions are being taken.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Let me go back and remind you what I just said a moment ago, and that is we call for an investigation and we anticipate that a thorough investigation will be done. I don’t have anything more for you on that.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: The Secretary isn’t planning on having a conversation with --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have any information for you on that. Okay.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Hi, Nick.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Is this – hey, Heather. Is this latest incident or the previous incidents causing the U.S. to re-evaluate in any way the role that it’s playing in the situation, in terms of its relationship with Saudi Arabia?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Look, we provide a tremendous amount of humanitarian assistance in Yemen to try to support civilians in Yemen and try to mitigate against the devastation that’s taken place there in that country. I don’t have anything more for you on that.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But you also supply a tremendous amount of weaponry and the data for targeting to the Saudis.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Well, then – sorry.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Right? No?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: No.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Am I wrong? Is that wrong?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: That’s not wrong.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Sorry, these ladies over here are laughing. On that I would refer you to the Department of Defense that is involved with that, but as you know, Saudi Arabia is an important strategic partner in the region to the United States.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Okay. Hi, Gardiner.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Just a follow-up on that. Hey. So obviously, there’s growing concerns in Congress about the toll this war is taking within Yemen. It’s the worst humanitarian disaster on the planet. Aren’t you concerned that incidents like this will further erode congressional support and lead to further support for legislation that could cut off Saudi Arabia from arms sales and the rest?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I mean, I think that is an entirely hypothetical question and we don’t comment on congressional proposals in any event, but I would ask – all of you have been very silent on the issue of Yemen, and times --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Well --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Although Said has asked. You’ve been the one reporter who’s asked a lot about Yemen and the situation there.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Well I would suggest that if you had more than two briefings a week and they lasted for longer than a half an hour or 40 minutes that you might get questions about something other than the actual main topic of the day.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Matt, I think you and I talk every single day.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Yes, we do.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: You have my phone number. You have all my numbers, and anytime you want to talk about Yemen, I’d be more than happy to answer your questions and provide you additional expert briefings --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: -- on Yemen anytime anyone is interested, but I have not seen a major level of interest on the part of our press corps, with the exception of Said, on the issue of Yemen.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Why does that matter, though? There’s news today, so --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Can you request an expert on Yemen?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, certainly, I’d be happy to. Yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Wait, so first of all, I think that when there have been attacks against Saudi installations or missiles and stuff, I think you’ve seen that there have been just as vigorous of reporting.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t – I disagree, but --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Well, I mean, that’s – it’s not our job to, like, sit here and go back and forth on that. We’re asking today. The U.S. has tried to increase its target training with – to try and improve the targeting of the Saudi coalition. Is that still continuing?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Elise, I think that would be a DOD issue, so I’d encourage you to talk with my --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But these are foreign – okay, but these are foreign military financing.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Which is out of the State Department.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: And I would encourage you to talk to DOD about that. So some --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Well, maybe --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Some of this – some of this is a State Department equity, but much of this is Department of Defense, so I’d encourage you to talk with them about it.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Hey, Laurie.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Hi. On Iraq, the road between Erbil and Kirkuk, which was cut as a result of fighting last October, is being rebuilt, but Baghdad has said that it will establish a customs border on that road and collect revenues. Is that consistent, a customs border in the middle of the Erbil-Baghdad road, in which one party, the Iraqi Government, is going to collect revenues? Is that consistent with your view of a unified Iraq?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I would – there are other countries that have done this in the past, including our own country years ago in which this type of thing has been done. I think this is largely an internal matter for the Government of Iraq, between Iraq and Erbil, to try to work out. We do encourage them to resolve any remaining issues between Baghdad and Erbil.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: You don’t have a position beyond that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Look, we believe that a strong KRG government within a unified and federal Iraq is something that’s essential to Iraq’s long-term stability and the enduring defeat overall of ISIS.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay, if I could ask you about Turkey. So the deputy foreign minister was here; it seemed there was no progress. Is that the case? And was pastor – were the American hostages the only issues that were discussed or were there other questions like the Turkish purchase of the S-400 discussed as well?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah. I mean, obviously you all know that we have a very broad relationship with Turkey and a host of issues that we talk about with the Turkish Government whenever we do meet. Yesterday we had a wide-ranging conversation with Turkish Government officials. We made it clear that Pastor Brunson needs to be returned home. Much of this, though, we’re not going to negotiate in public.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Can you tell us --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Go ahead. Hi.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Can you tell us if you made any progress about the situation of Pastor Brunson?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, I would say we would define progress as Pastor Brunson being brought home.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So in other words, no.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: And so progress is --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Until he – until he’s --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Progress is Pastor Brunson being brought home to the United --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So until he’s home there is no progress?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: -- to the United States.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Did you give any --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Did you give any deadline? Did you give Turkish officials any deadline?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have any information for you on that.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Thanks. Hi.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: I think progress is kind of coming closer towards an agreement, like you’re not – you don’t have full North Korean denuclearization but you say that there is progress in working towards that goal. So is there progress in coming to some kind of deal with the Turks or are you still as far apart as you were the day that he was being hospitalized?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, I’m not going to characterize it that way. As you know, we had – we met yesterday. They had wide-ranging meetings at the State Department and with other departments here in Washington. I’d refer you to those other departments that met with the Turkish Government. The progress that we want to be made is to have Pastor Brunson return home. And I’ll leave it at that. Okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So is that saying you will not engage with the Turks anymore on this issue until Pastor Brunson comes home?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I’m not going to speculate on that, and I’m not going to get ahead of the administration on that issue. Hey, Said.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Hi. Thank you, Heather. Could we move – could you comment on the escalation in Gaza? There has been escalation in Israeli bombardment of Gaza as we speak.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I’m sorry, start that over again.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: There is an escalation as we speak of Israeli bombardment of Gaza. They said that they killed a 23-year-old woman, pregnant, with her toddler. Do you have any comments on that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah. I mean, overall we’ve been watching this as it has been unfolding, and it’s a very concerning situation that has taken place in Gaza. Overall, we condemn the launching of missile attacks into Israel and call for an end to the destructive violence. We’ve seen reports that 180 or so rocket attacks have taken place, shot from Gaza into Israel, and we fully support Israel’s right to defend itself and to take actions to prevent provocations of that nature.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But this last round of bombardment, Israeli bombardment, actually began by the Israelis. It was not Hamas that started this latest round.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Look, I’m not going to get into how this thing started. Let’s not forget that Hamas bears ultimate responsibility for the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza. It’s a tremendous concern of ours.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay. Let me ask you about the peace efforts that are taking place. Now, there are reports that the unveiling of the plan, the deal of the century, has been pushed back. Can – do you have any comment on that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I would object to the premise of the question, your statement in that question. We have not unveiled the peace plan at this time. That will be unveiled by Mr. Kushner and Mr. Greenblatt when it is ready. And when it’s ready to be unveiled, they will unveil it.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: And lastly, last week you guys released some funds or some aid to the Palestinian Authority. I believe it was sent to the security forces. Can you share with us the amount of that aid? Is that a one-time thing, or is it part of the sort of unfreezing of the funds to the Palestinian Authority?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I’m going to have to get back to you on that issue. I don’t have any information for you on that today. Okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Russia?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Hi.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Russia?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, go right ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay, two quick questions. First of all, on the sanctions that were announced yesterday, one of the requirements for Russia to avoid further sanctions is to allow inspections to make sure that they’re not using chemical weapons. Does the State Department have any reason to think that Russia is going to allow that? And is the U.S. expecting Russia to allow that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I mean, that’s asking us to look into the future, and we don’t know what the future holds. I think that’s a hypothetical question, so I don’t have an answer for you.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But the U.S. is fully expecting to have some kind of inspections take place, then, according to this law?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have anything for you on that today, and I’m not going to get ahead of anything that happens in the near future. Okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Okay, well, that’s what the law says.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yep.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But my other question is on the – is the U.S. then currently preparing for this next round of sanctions, then?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: As you well know, we don’t forecast sanctions. We have complied with the law in announcing those sanctions just yesterday, and we will comply with the law going forward, of course, as we always would. Okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Heather, just to get a follow-on on that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, sure. Hi, Gardiner.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So you – in the case of Iran, you have this 12-point plan of what behavior you want the government to implement in order to lift sanctions. You have a whole series of sanctions that are now revolving around Russia having to do with CAATSA, Magnitsky, now weapons. Can you give us some global sense of what these sanctions are trying to achieve from an American foreign policy perspective? What are you looking for from Russia? Why do we have sanctions on them? What’s your goal? And when’s the – when’s the periodicity of these things?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Sure. I think I would start by answering that question with this: That we approach every country very differently. Every country that we have a relationship or even countries that we don’t have relationships with are viewed through a separate lens. So what may be appropriate for one country is maybe not necessarily appropriate for another country.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The United States Government has determined that sanctions can be a very effective tool in trying to bring various governments to the table to negotiate with us or try to encourage countries to comply or to return to a better set of behaviors. So this is one tool that we have in a very big toolkit. The State Department works closely with Treasury and OFAC and other entities to implement, study, and enforce sanctions, and that is part of what you’ve seen yesterday. Let’s remember that one of the things that has brought North Korea to the table is sanctions. And we have found sanctions to be very effective in many cases around the world. So the U.S. Government looks at that as an overall tool.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Right, so North Korea is a great example. Sanctions – as a result, you want to get rid of their nuclear program. Again, Iran, you’ve got a list of 12 things. Venezuela, you’ve got sort of a clear list. I’m trying to understand what your policy is with Russia. You’ve got a variety – myriad now of sanctions. What’s your goal?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Well, I think the President has addressed this and so has Secretary Pompeo. We’d like to have a better relationship with the Russian Government, recognizing that we have a lot of areas of mutual concern. It is a major country; we are a major country as well. And so when you have that, you are forced to have to have conversations with other governments. And sanctions is a way that we can try to encourage better behavior on the part of government. Now, I’m speaking in a broad-based sense, but that’s one way that we can encourage better behavior. Okay.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Same topic?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Could I ask a follow-up on that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: (Off-mike)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Sure. What is your name, miss?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: My name’s Emily, I’m from Buzzfeed News.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Emily, hi.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So if these sanctions are in part meant to encourage better behavior with Russia, Russia today came out and said that these sanctions – sort of as was expected – that these sanctions are not in keeping with the spirit of Helsinki. So – and I understand these sanctions were – they’re in keeping with the law, et cetera, but does this – or to put it a different way, is the cooperation that was sort of established at Helsinki – is the U.S. Government still planning on having that with Russia after yesterday’s sanctions?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: We tend to believe that dialogue is always an important issue. I think I had just addressed this with Gardiner, and that is trying to build a better relationship with countries that we need to cooperate with or we need to be able to have relations with, and that would be one example.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: And then just on the other point on the second tranche, and I don’t mean to get you into hypotheticals, but yesterday at the briefing they did say that if Russia doesn’t do certain things, including sort of admit wrongdoing and say that they weren’t going to do it again, that there would be second tranche. And today, Russia said this is ridiculous, we didn’t do that. So if they keep that position for the next 90 days, won’t there – won’t there, under the law, have to be a second tranche?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: And that’s why I would go back and say that we will comply with the law. We are well aware of what the law contains; we will comply with the law. But I’m not going to get ahead of what could happen 90 days from now. Okay.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: The same topic – same topic?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: (Off-mike)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Janne, go right ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Thank you, thank you, Heather. On North Korean and South Korean issues.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Okay.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: And – recently, South Korea imported North Korean coal. What is the U.S. position on the smuggling of North Korean coal into South Korea? Is that – do you think this is the – South Korea has violated sanctions?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I think – we’d say this: that we have a great relationship with the Government of South Korea. My understanding is that they are looking into reports of this. We encourage all countries to maintain sanctions, and to not skirt sanctions and make sure that sanctions are adhered to.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But two days ago, John Bolton, national security advisor, and South Korean national security advisor Chung Eui-yong, they had telephone conversation and John Bolton said that he trust or believe in the South Korean Government. What does it mean that you trust the South Korean Government, so --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Well, the Government of the Republic of Korea is an ally and longstanding partner of ours, and we closely coordinate with that government.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But allies – but they do something behind the United States is smuggling something else, so how you going to trust them?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Look, we trust when they say that they will investigate that they will investigate. We closely coordinate with them. They’ve been longstanding allies and partners, and we have a strong relationship with them.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Are you still investigations or waiting --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have anything more for you on that, okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: All right, thank you.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Thanks.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Kylie, go right ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So there’s been discussion of potentially having another meeting with North Korea. Has there been any progress on that that --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: We have no meetings, no travel plans to announce today, and by the way, we just got back from a long flight, which I will remind you was a very long flight. Headed over to Asia, a long flight back. We’re okay with being here for a while.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: All right.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Okay. Hi. Go ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Well wait, can I just follow up real quick on that?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Just hold on, hold on, hold on. He asked first. Go right ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Oh, I’m sorry.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Yes. So about the North Korean coal, yeah. And South Korean Government is going to announce the result of investigation about North Korean coal smuggling maybe later today. So now the issue is that – whether the United States is going to apply the second boycott to the Korean companies, which it appears to be violated the sanctions. So I just wonder whether you are going to apply the secondary boycott to the companies.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I think I just answered that, that the investigation was initiated by the Government of South Korea, and we will wait to hear from them on any announcements with regard to that, okay?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    And we’re going to have to wrap it up in just a minute. Elise, go right ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Just on the – you said there’s nothing new to announce. Are the delegations trying to get another negotiating session? Like your team in Asia, are they trying to get another negotiating session together with the North Koreans?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Look, I mean, I can tell you we continue to have conversations virtually every day, every other day or so --

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: With the North Koreans?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: -- with the North Koreans, and when I say “conversations,” that can be by phone, that can be my message, that can be by email. Those are – they take different forms, those conversations do. So we continue to have conversations with the government. When – if and when we have travel announcements to make, I will certainly let you know, but we have nothing yet.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: But I mean, obviously that you’ll make those announcements, but I’m just wondering if like – if there is efforts being made to put together another negotiating session.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have anything for you on that right now.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Can I have one question on the sanctions?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Okay? Okay. Sir, go right ahead.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Yeah. Just to follow up, you said you have nothing planned, but Mr. Bolton mentioned that in the letter that Secretary Pompeo gave to Foreign Minister Ri, there was an offer to meet. Has North Korea responded to that offer yet?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I don’t have any information for you on that. This was a letter from the President to Chairman Kim, so I don’t have any visibility on what was actually in that letter or what conversations the White House may or may not be having. I’d have to refer you to the White House for anything on that.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: So you can confirm that there was an offer?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: I can confirm there was a letter. Anything that the White House has said about that or Ambassador Bolton has said about that, I’d refer you back to them on those matters. When I have something to let you know, I certainly would be happy to.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Okay, last question.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    QUESTION: Two days ago, President Trump claimed most Chinese students in the United States are spies. I’m not asking you to comment on what he said, but State Department as a agency to issue visa to Chinese students, do you share the view – do you think most Chinese students in the United States are spies?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MS NAUERT: Yeah, I don’t have the President’s comments in front of me. I have not seen those comments, so I would hesitate to comment on his comments without having read it and had the full context. As you are well aware, we have many Chinese students studying in the United States. We have strong people-to-people ties with the Government of China, but of course there are concerns with some who might come into the United States and try to pick up some of our technology and other information and bring it back home for reasons that the United States Government would be concerned about. But we have a strong relationship with China and we enjoy having students studying in the United States from China, and I’ll just leave it at that.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Okay, thanks. We’ve got to go, guys. We’ll see you soon.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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NMB Bank is calling for Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to utilize advisory services offered through its dedicated branch, NMB SME Banking Unit. Mr. Erasmus Bhunu, NMB SME Banking Unit head said his bank will support the development of SME’s by discussing with its SMEs clients about their needs (both financial and non financial) and in turn advising […]

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          CBZ To Invest $120 000 In Start-ups And SMEs All Over Zimbabwe Through Its Youth Entrepreneurs Programme      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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CBZ Holdings is going to channel $120 000 into Youth Entrepreneurs Programme (YEP), its programme that aims to promote youths to build profitable business ventures. The YEP programme is in its second year running after it was introduced back in 2016.advertisement CBZ’s interest in youths seems to be have found a new impetus given that […]

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          Apparently, WhatsApp Messages Can Be Intercepted And Altered Due To A Security Flaw      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
E2EE, WhatsApp messaging, mobile security in Zimbabwe, Security in Zimbabwe

WhatsApp cannot seem to catch a break! With the Indian government breathing down their necks because of recent events involving fake news it is now being reported that due to a security flaw Whatsapp messages can be intercepted and altered.advertisement Encryption is not enough? This flaw was uncovered by Check Point Research –a research firm that […]

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          Here’s A List Of All Econet USSD Codes In One Place      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Econet rebrands, Econet logo, telecoms in Zimbabwe, EWZ logp

We recently made an article on how to transfer airtime on any network and what I realised in the comments section is that even though this is not the most exciting content to write and on the readers side it’s not the most exciting read you can find on the blog, what cannot be questioned is […]

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          Finance - Zimbabwe opposition's Tendai Biti charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ex-finance minister ordered to surrender his passport and banned from addressing political rallies until case is over.
          Zanu PF activists accused of attacking opposition supporter      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Zanu PF activists accused of attacking opposition supporter | Newsday (News) Suspected Zanu PF activists allegedly assaulted an MDC Alliance supporter in Mzilikazi, Bulawayo, accusing him of contributing to the ruling party’s loss in the city in last week’s elections. BY SILAS NKALA Inashions Mlambo (28) was found lying in a pool of blood […]

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          Chief seeks aid for irrigation project      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Chief seeks aid for irrigation project | The Herald Tawanda Mangoma in Chiredzi Chief Tshovani has appealed to the Government and its development partners for assistance to set up an irrigation system for the Zunde Ramambo project to mitigate chronic food shortages caused by recurrent droughts in his area. Chief Tshovani, Mr Hlaisi Mundau, […]

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          Suzan partnership lifts Fidelity exports      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Suzan partnership lifts Fidelity exports | Daily News HARARE – Fidelity Printers and Refiners (FPR) has managed to ramp up its gold production at the back of support from agents, including Suzan General Trading (Suzan), documents show. This also comes as the country’s yellow metal output – for the first seven months to July […]

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          Kasukuwere challenges rates bill      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Kasukuwere challenges rates bill | Newsday (News) FORMER Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s petroleum business, Comoil (Pvt) Ltd, has filed an appearance to defend notice at the High Court seeking to challenge the $8 543 rates bill claim filed by the City of Gweru. BY CHARLES LAITON The City of Gweru, through its lawyers […]

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          No More Lipstick on the Pig      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
South Africa must not allow President Cyril Ramaphosa to attend the inauguration of the tribalist and human rights criminal Emmerson Mnangagwa as President of Zimbabwe on Sunday.
          ZIMBABWE POWER PLAY: Treatment of Tendai Biti sparks international outrage while Mnangagwa claims credit for his release on bail      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed credit for intervening to ensure that opposition MP Tendai Biti was released on bail after two days on the run. If this is part of a presidential strategy, it could spell bad news for a court challenge to the election results.
          Newsflash: Zimbabwe opposition kingpin Tendai Biti charged with inciting violence, granted bail      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MDC Alliance co-principal Tendai Biti was granted bail at the Harare Magistrate Court on Thursday evening.
          Op-Ed: Opposition plea: ‘If we do not end the rule of the junta, the misery of Zimbabweans will continue’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There is no doubt that Robert Mugabe must take the lion’s share of the blame for the collapse of the Zimbabwean economy, rampant corruption and the gross human rights abuses. However, can it be said that Mugabe is solely to blame and that Emmerson Mnangagwa and the military establishment who support him can be exonerated?
          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.
          Comment on Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition condemns continued clampdown on opposition and civil society activists by Cas Ob Raseleka      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
@ThomasMasvosve Mnangwanga regime will brutally murder Zimbabweans.
          Comment on Frazer Muzondo: Cocky Chiwenga and others covertly subjecting Zimbabwe to military rule by Saharawifoxx      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Haiwawo kungovukura we need people like Chiwenga to manage Zimbabwe affairs right now. Pamberi nageneral Guvheya
          Comment on Litmus test for judiciary in Zimbabwe by Mukwasha wamambo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I think the pastor should stick to what he knows best=the Bible.
          Comment on Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition condemns continued clampdown on opposition and civil society activists by Papa1      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Condemn also the violent protests
          Comment on Biti was deported because there’s no breakdown in law and order in Zimbabwe – Dora by newbie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Such a misleading statements. SADC says every African election is free and fair, when everyone else says otherwise. Like in this case. The six people who died were shot in the back by Government military, not Biti or anyone from opposition. So how the hell does she write "Post election violence suspects (6 died) to appear before courts. . . "? Typical politician - lying through her teeth! She could have said Biti is wanted for questioning in inciting violence, but not tie him to the 6 that died. But in addition to being a liar, she is not very bright and can't even lie with sense.
          Comment on Zambia disregards court order, deports Tendai Biti to Zimbabwe by newbie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lungu must support like-minded dictators. So of course this would be the course of action.
          The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 10/24/15      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White p eople. We'll examine news reports from the past seven days and - hopefully - promote a constructive dialog. #ANTIBLACKNESS 14 months after the shooting death of Michael Brown Jr. and weeks of tear gas and protest in the streets of Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri, black churches are being deliberately burned. A total of seven houses of worship have been terrorized in less than a month. A $9,000 reward has been offered - although Darren Wilson and Daniel Holtzclaw received heftier sums for brutalizing black citizens. Racists seethed about black actors in the latest Star Wars installment and Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe being awarded the Chinese Peace Prize. The successful protests of black scholars in South Africa produced a freeze on tuition fees for education. Their US counterparts have highlight racist obstacles to academic excellence facing black students on this side of the planet. And everyone should make time to read "The Strange Case of Anna Stubblefield;" failure to recognize Whites as sexual predators is a gargantuan - often fatal - error. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://tiny.cc/ledjb CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
          The C.O.W.S. Global Sunday Talk On Racism 11/19/17      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts our monthly Global Sunday Talk On Racism. This broadcast is specifically intended to encourage participation from Victims of Racism outside the United States and/or non-white people who are unable to join us during our normal program time. The allegations of sexual misconduct have not been confined to North America. Londoners remember the late Jimmy Savile, and more recent reports detail allegations that Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein may have sexually assaulted victims while overseas. Three UCLA scholar athletes were scolded as if they were child rapists for allegedly stealing sunglasses while visiting China; one of the players is the younger brother of Los Angeles Lakers' star Lonzo Ball. Since this occurred while President Donald Trump was visiting China, we'll see if this incident provoked international attention. We'll also ask out international listeners about the reported coup in Zimbabwe. Whites have long voiced their disgust with President Robert Mugabe - who worked hard to combat White Supremacy on the continent. We'll also discuss the evolution in technology which has self-driving cars poised to take over the roads. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          8/10/2018: INTERNATIONAL: La Zambie renvoie chez lui un opposant au Zimbabwe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Les autorités zambiennes ont expulsé jeudi vers le Zimbabwe l’opposant zimbabwéen Tendai Biti, dont le parti conteste les résultats de la présidentielle, passant outre une décision de justice interdisant son expulsion.
          Zimbabwe:Time for Jah Prayzah to Listen to Fans      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[The Herald] Denial is a dangerous state of mind. It steals time to implement pertinent remedies to a condition going bad. The results can be disastrous.
          Zimbabwe:Has Jah Prayzah Abandoned Local Fans?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[263Chat] If you are one person who has followed trendsetting musician, Jah Prayzah for his rich and elevating lyrical content in his songs, then brace your emotions for a tearing heartbreak as the release of 'Ronika' two weeks ago could save as a proof that the lanky musician is moving on.
          Zimbabwe:The Genius of Jah Prayzah and His 'Ronika' Hit      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[The Herald] The nation was once again gripped in what turned out to be a very hot debate when Jah Prayzah, the man of the moment, (whose moment has become pretty long actually, to think of it) released yet another song this past week.
          Zimbabwe opposition figure deported back from Zambia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
UK seeks assurances over the safety of Tendai Biti
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Another opportunity for local coach to shine in SA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
JOHANNESBURG. — Kaitano Tembo’s elevation to the role of permanent head coach of Premier Soccer League side SuperSport United presents another opportunity for a Zimbabwean tactician to crack it in the South African league.
          Makunde names final team      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ZIMBABWE netball team coach Lloyd Makunde yesterday named his final 12 for the African Championships in Lusaka, Zambia, from August 13 to 18.
           Zimbabwe to charge Tendai Biti with contravening electoral law       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
US, Australia, Canada and European envoys ask Harare to guarantee his safety; Human rights advocate and Biti’s lead lawyer, Beatrice Mtetwa, wants him returned to Zambia
          UPDATED: Typhoid outbreak threatens youth games      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter THE Zimbabwe National Youth and Paralympic Games set for Gweru next week are likely to be postponed due to a typhoid outbreak that has so far claimed five lives in the Midlands capital. More than 350 residents that contracted the water-borne disease have so far been treated and Health and...
          ProKid’s death sends shockwaves      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent THE death of South African hip hop rapper ProKid has shocked not only Mzansi fans and artistes, but also Zimbabweans who described him as a major influence for them taking up hip hop music. ProKid, real name Linda Mkhize, died at the age of 37 in South Africa after he suffered...
          SA steel firm opens in Bulawayo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Business Editor SOUTH Africa headquartered engineering and steel firm, Tamuda Investment Group (TIG), has opened a steel and pipe business in Bulawayo with plans to establish a manufacturing plant that will provide one-stop-shop engineering services to a diversity of clients. TIG is wholly owned by Zimbabweans based in the diaspora who have made a decision...
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.
          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          Zimbabwe opposition’s Tendai Biti charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ex-finance minister ordered to surrender his passport and banned from addressing political rallies until case is over.

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          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: After a disputed presidential election, Zimbabwe has cracked down on the opposition. One of its leaders sought asylum in neighboring Zambia, but he was returned, then detained. Now he's out on bail. NPR's Eyder Peralta reports. EYDER PERALTA, BYLINE: These seven seconds are what got Tendai Biti in a world of trouble. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) TENDAI BITI: The results show beyond reasonable doubt that we have won this election. PERALTA: In fact, the electoral commission declared President Emmerson Mnangagwa, not Biti's opposition MDC-A party, the winner. And Biti was then hunted down by security forces, who charged him with fomenting violence and of announcing unofficial results. A video posted on Twitter shows Biti crossing the border into Zambia with the help of his supporters. Biti asked for asylum, but Zambia sent him back to Zimbabwe to face authorities. Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch says what happened to Biti
          Animal Planet estreia a série inédita Perdido na África      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Série inédita segue os passos de pesquisador lendário na busca por mamíferos africanos.
Série inédita segue os passos de pesquisador lendário na busca por mamíferos africanos. (Imagem/Divulgação Animal Planet)
Frank Cuesta já foi tenista, mas deixou as quadras e hoje se dedica a outro tipo de ranking: na nova série PERDIDO NA ÁFRICA (Wild Frank in Africa), ele viaja pela savana em busca de cinco animais que são símbolos do continente africano, na intenção de registrá-los em seu habitat natural.

Com estreia na segunda-feira, 13 de agosto, às 22h20, a produção visita o coração da África selvagem enquanto Frank refaz os passos do pesquisador David Livingstone, à procura por encontros impressionantes com mamíferos emblemáticos, conhecidos como os grandes representantes da fauna local: leão, leopardo, elefante, rinoceronte e búfalo

Predadores majestosos ou herbívoros gigantes e temperamentais, estes animais são normalmente filmados com ajuda de lentes especiais de longo alcance, equipamentos que mantêm seus operadores longe dos perigos que a savana selvagem representa.

Frank, no entanto, está obstinado a registrar uma aventura ao estilo do lendário Livingstone, que em suas expedições realizadas ainda no século XIX desbravou o interior do continente africano, mostrando pela primeira vez para a comunidade científica o deserto do Kalahari – um entre os inúmeros feitos que lhe renderam títulos e as experiências que relata no livro Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (1857).

Livingstone atravessou a África meridional com a ajuda de tribos locais e das escassas ferramentas tecnológicas disponíveis à época – recriando seus passos, Frank espera documentar de perto as belezas da natureza intocada e das culturas ancestrais que encontrará pelo caminho. Registrar a beleza arrebatadora da natureza selvagem africana tem seus preço e Frank será exposto a riscos cada vez maiores ao longo do caminho.

Namíbia, Zâmbia, Botswana e Zimbabwe estão no roteiro da viagem de 30 mil quilômetros. O ponto de partida é a Abadia de Westminster, em Londres, onde está o jazigo com os restos mortais de David Livingstone, de onde Frank parte rumo a Chitambo, Zâmbia, lar para o coração e alma do lendário pesquisador. Durante a jornada, Frank conhecerá as tribos por onde Livingstone passou, suas culturas e rituais que perduram diante dos séculos.

Mais de 50 espécies serão documentadas pelas câmaras de Frank, em uma aventura que faz reverência a Linvingstone, bem como a história, cultura e natureza africanas.

          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: After a disputed presidential election, Zimbabwe has cracked down on the opposition. One of its leaders sought asylum in neighboring Zambia, but he was returned, then detained. Now he's out on bail. NPR's Eyder Peralta reports. EYDER PERALTA, BYLINE: These seven seconds are what got Tendai Biti in a world of trouble. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) TENDAI BITI: The results show beyond reasonable doubt that we have won this election. PERALTA: In fact, the electoral commission declared President Emmerson Mnangagwa, not Biti's opposition MDC-A party, the winner. And Biti was then hunted down by security forces, who charged him with fomenting violence and of announcing unofficial results. A video posted on Twitter shows Biti crossing the border into Zambia with the help of his supporters. Biti asked for asylum, but Zambia sent him back to Zimbabwe to face authorities. Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch says what happened to Biti
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          UN refugee agency ‘gravely concerned’ Biti refused asylum and deported by Zambia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Senior Zimbabwean opposition politician Tendai Biti was refused asylum in neighboring Zambia and forcibly returned to his own country. The United Nations’ refugee agency says it’s gravely concerned by Zambia’s refusal to help Biti. The agency called that a serious violation of international law and is trying to remain engaged with authorities of both countries.  Subscribe […]
          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: After a disputed presidential election, Zimbabwe has cracked down on the opposition. One of its leaders sought asylum in neighboring Zambia, but he was returned, then detained. Now he's out on bail. NPR's Eyder Peralta reports. EYDER PERALTA, BYLINE: These seven seconds are what got Tendai Biti in a world of trouble. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) TENDAI BITI: The results show beyond reasonable doubt that we have won this election. PERALTA: In fact, the electoral commission declared President Emmerson Mnangagwa, not Biti's opposition MDC-A party, the winner. And Biti was then hunted down by security forces, who charged him with fomenting violence and of announcing unofficial results. A video posted on Twitter shows Biti crossing the border into Zambia with the help of his supporters. Biti asked for asylum, but Zambia sent him back to Zimbabwe to face authorities. Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch says what happened to Biti
          Zimbabwe opposition's Tendai Biti charged after asylum bid fails       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ex-finance minister ordered to surrender his passport and banned from addressing political rallies until case is over.

Tendai Biti


          Zimbabwe opposition figure fleeing arrest denied asylum in Zambia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The election has been marred by deadly protests and accusations of a crackdown on opposition and vote-rigging.


          Qualifications Africaines pour la Coupe du Monde de Rugby: Regardez le Kenya contre la Tunisie et l’Ouganda contre le Maroc en direct sur YouTube le samedi 11 août      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Qualificatif pour la Coupe du Monde de Rugby, la Rugby Africa Gold Cup se jouera jusqu’au 18 août par les équipes nationales de Namibie, Kenya, Ouganda, Maroc, Zimbabwe et Tunisie. Regardez la Rugby Africa Gold Cup en direct sur YouTube le samedi 11 août: Ouganda vs Maroc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWTSLvR1c9U Kenya vs Tunisie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teB1JEgC4gI Téléchargez le… Read […]
          Rugby World Cup’ African Qualifiers: Watch Kenya vs Tunisia and Uganda vs Morocco Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A qualifier for the Rugby World Cup, the Rugby Africa Gold Cup will be played until 18th August by the national teams of Namibia, Kenya, Uganda, Morocco, Zimbabwe and Tunisia. Watch the Rugby Africa Gold Cup Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August: Uganda vs Morocco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWTSLvR1c9U Kenya vs Tunisia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teB1JEgC4gI Download the fixtures: https://bit.ly/2OoQUu9… […]
          Tendai Biti gets $5000 bail – PICTURES      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti arrives at the magistrates courts in Harare, Thursday Aug. 9, 2018. Biti was deported to Zimbabwe following his arrest in Zambia after his asylum bid was rejected. Biti’s plight has raised concerns about a wave of repression against the opposition by the government of Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Opposition MDC Alliance principal Tendai Biti was today granted $5000 bail by the magistrates court. Part of his bail conditions include residing at a given address and handing in his passport.

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          Litmus test for judiciary in Zimbabwe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
President Emmerson Mnangagwa shares a lighter moment with Chief Justice Luke Malaba (centre) and his new deputy, Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza, after her swearing-in at State House in Harare yesterday. -Picture by John Manzongo

Dumisani Ncube: "As a contest for political power, elections by their nature invite disputes in all countries whether developing or developed. Courts have the principal responsibility of addressing disputes but often and especially in developing countries their function is compromised by lack of judicial independence."

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          Frazer Muzondo: Cocky Chiwenga and others covertly subjecting Zimbabwe to military rule      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
'Retired' General Constantine Chiwenga

Frazer Muzondo: "The overbearing influence of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) on the daily operations of the Zimbabwean government must stop forthwith. Cocky Chiwenga and other ‘retired’ army generals are covertly subjecting the country to military rule."

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          Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition condemns continued clampdown on opposition and civil society activists      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Violence: Shocking pictures show an opposition supporter being beaten in the streets of Harare by Zimbabwean soldiers

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition unreservedly condemns the continued clampdown on opposition and civil society activists in the aftermath of the July 30, 2018 elections whose results are largely contested.

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          Open letter to Mnangagwa on elections and army shooting of innocent civilians – Bishop Ancelimo Magaya      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Bishop Ancelimo Magaya: "All of us in Zimbabwe and elsewhere are desperately sad at the gunning down of innocent and unarmed civilians on the streets of Harare by your soldiers on 1 August 2018. It was clear from eye witnesses that your soldiers were under orders to kill."

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          Tendai Biti in police custody… taken to court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Court proceedings about to commence at Harare Magistrates court where Tendai Biti is answering to allegations of inciting public violence.

Senior Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti was in police custody on Thursday after Zambia rejected his asylum bid and deported him, as fears grew about a government crackdown following Zimbabwe’s disputed election.

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          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban, which means people from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela cannot get visas to the U.S. But there is an exception called a waiver. Kelly McEvers of the Embedded podcast is here to talk about that. Hi, Kelly. KELLY MCEVERS, BYLINE: Hey. SHAPIRO: Explain what a waiver is. MCEVERS: So basically if you are from one of these banned countries and you can show to the United States that you are not a security risk and that you would face, quote, "undue hardship" if you stayed in your country, you can apply for one of these waivers. And if you get it, you can come to the U.S. SHAPIRO: That makes it sound like this is not a total travel ban. MCEVERS: That is what the administration says. And, by the way, it's one of the reasons that the Supreme Court upheld the ban. But advocates who work with families in these banned countries
          [bart13] Gold Prices Are Soaring In Venezuela By Frank Holmes - Aug 07, 2018, 9:20 AM ...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Gold Prices Are Soaring In Venezuela

By Frank Holmes - Aug 07, 2018, 9:20 AM CDT

Last month in Venezuela’s capital city of Caracas, a cup of coffee would have set you back 2 million bolivars. That’s up from only 2,300 bolivars 12 months ago, meaning the price of a cup of joe has jumped nearly 87,000 percent, according to Bloomberg’s Café Con Leche Index. And you thought Starbucks was expensive.

But that was July. Prices in Venezuela are doubling roughly every 18 days. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) now projects inflation to hit an astronomical 1 million percent by the end of this year. This puts the beleaguered Latin American country on the same slippery path as Zimbabwe a decade ago and Germany in the 1920s, when a wheelbarrow full of marks was barely enough to get you a loaf of bread.

Venezuela’s socialist president Nicolas Maduro—who only this past weekend survived an assassination attempt involving several explosive-laden drones—announced recently that the country plans to rein in hyperinflation by lopping off five zeroes from its currency. If you recall, Zimbabwe similarly tried to combat soaring prices of its own by issuing a cartoonish $100 trillion banknote—which in 2009 was still not enough to buy a bus ticket in the capital of Harare.

Without structural governmental reforms, a new bolivar is just as unlikely to steady Venezuela’s skyrocketing inflation or remedy its crumbling economy.

So where does this put gold? At some point, hyperinflation gets so ludicrously out of control that discussing exchange rates becomes pointless. But as of July 30, an ounce of the yellow metal would have gone for 211 million bolivars—an increase of more than 3.1 million percent from just the beginning of the year.



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My point in bringing this up is to reinforce the importance of gold’s Fear Trade, which says that demand for the yellow metal rises when inflation threatens to destroy a nation’s currency—as it’s doing right now in Venezuela. A Venezuelan family that had the prudence to store some of its wealth in gold would be in a much better position today to survive or escape President Maduro’s corrupt, far-left regime.

In extreme cases like this, gold could literally help save lives.

Such was the case following the fall of Saigon in 1975. If not for gold, many South Vietnamese families might not have managed to escape the country. A seat on one of the thousands of fleeing boats reportedly went for eight or 10 taels of gold per adult, four or five taels per child. (A tael is slightly more than an ounce.) Gold was their passport. Thanks to the precious metal, tens of thousands of Vietnamese “boat people,” as they’re now known, were able to start new lives in the U.S., Canada, Australia and other developed countries.

Venezuela’s Once Prosperous Economy Destroyed by Corruption and Mismanagement

But back to Venezuela. Amid the corruption and mismanagement, the only thing helping the country pay its bills right now is gold. Two years ago, it had the world’s 16th largest gold reserves. Today it stands at number 26 as it’s sold off more than half its holdings since 2010. While countries such as China and Russia continue to add to their holdings, Venezuela has been the world’s largest seller of gold for the past two years.



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It’s hard to remember now, but as recently as 2001, Venezuela was the most prosperous country in all of South America. Like Zimbabwe, the OPEC nation is rich in natural resources, home to the world’s largest oil reserves and what’s believed to be the fourth largest gold mine. Oil exports account for virtually all of its export revenue.

In 2016, Venezuela was the third largest exporter of crude to the U.S. following Canada and Saudi Arabia, but with output in freefall, this is changing rapidly. For the first time ever in February, Colombia sold more crude oil to the U.S. than its eastern neighbor did. And in June, Venezuela’s state-owned oil and gas company, Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), informed at least eight foreign clients that it would be unable to meet supply commitments. According to GlobalData, production is on track to fall to only 1 million barrels per day by 2019, down from 3 million a day in 2011, meaning the petrostate might soon have nothing left to deliver.

President Maduro now has the ignoble distinction of reigning over an economic recession that rivals the very worst in modern history. Last month, the IMF forecast that the country’s real gross domestic product (GDP) would fall 18 percent this year—the third straight year of double-digit declines.



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A mass exodus of young, working-age Venezuelans, many of them college-educated, is unlikely to help. Estimates of the number of people who have fled the country in the past two years alone range from 1.7 million to as high as 4 million.

Their escape is no easy task, as numerous international airlines, citing rampant crime and a lack of electricity, have canceled all flights in and out of Caracas. The only U.S. carrier still operating in the country is American Airlines, which offers a single daily flight from the nation’s capital to Miami. Just two years ago, there were as many as 40 nonstop American flights, not to mention those of rival carriers, between the two cities—a sign of just how dramatic and swift Maduro’s mismanagement has been in crippling Venezuela’s once-robust economy.

The Diversification Benefits of Gold

The gold bears were on top last week, with the metal trading as low as $1,205 on Thursday. That’s the closest it’s come to dipping below $1,200 since February 2017. Friday’s lower-than-expected jobs report gave gold a modest boost, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a fourth straight week of price declines.

In times like this, it’s important to remember that, according to gold’s DNA of volatility, it’s a non-event for the metal to close up or down 1 percent at the end of each session, 2 percent for the 10-day trading period. And guess what? The S&P 500 Index has the same level of volatility.

Ten days ago, gold was trading just under $1,230 an ounce, or 0.6 percent more than today. The math is sound.

It’s also worth remembering that gold has traditionally had a low to negative correlation with other assets such as equities. This is why many investors over the years have used it as a portfolio diversifier.

Case in point: On June 26, suffered its worst single-day decline since the company went public in 2012. Its stock plunged 19 percent, erasing some $120 billion in market capitalization—the most ever in history for a single trading session.

Gold, meanwhile, held relatively steady, slipping only 0.62 percent.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Thursday, 09 and Friday, 10 August 2018 undertake Working Visits to the Republic of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to hold consultative meetings with President Edgar Lungu and President Joseph Kabila respectively. President Ramaphosa will undertake these visits after addressing the Women’s Day national event at Mbekweni, […]
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Zambian authorities on Thursday deported top Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti in defiance of a court order after he tried to claim asylum, his lawyer said.

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Zimbabwe’s MDC opposition party on Wednesday confirmed it would launch a legal challenge to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s narrow election victory, which it says was due to fraud.

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Former Zimbabwean Finance Minister and MDC Alliance member Tendai Biti greets supporters outside the MDC Alliance's headquarters in Harare on July 31 (CREDIT: MARCO LONGARI/AFP)

Senior Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti was arrested as he tried to flee to neighbouring Zambia to seek asylum, his lawyer said Wednesday, allegedly on charges of inciting violence over the disputed election result.

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Violence: Shocking pictures show an opposition supporter being beaten in the streets of Harare by Zimbabwean soldiers

Zimbabwean security forces and unidentified gunmen have beaten and harassed dozens of people in a crackdown on the political opposition following a disputed election, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday, while a joint statement by the United States, European Union and others condemned the “eruption of violence.”

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The U.N. says Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has told Zimbabwe’s president to ensure that security forces “show maximum restraint” and urged its opposition leader to pursue electoral grievances through legal channels.

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Zimbabwe-based chrome producer African Chrome Fields (ACF) launched a new aluminothermic plant last month, thereby assisting in the creation of new jobs and enhancing production capacity, enabling the company to produce 300 t of ferrochrome a month before  ramping up to 600 t at full production. ACF, Zimbabwe’s biggest chrome miner, noted the state-of-the-art aluminothermic plant should increase the company’s range of products through the addition of ultra low carbon high grade ferrochrome and boost employment across ACF’s operations.
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The European Union Delegation, the Heads of Mission of EU Member States present in Harare* and the Heads of Mission of Australia, Canada, and the United States of America issue the following statement in Zimbabwe: The Heads of Mission of the EU, Australia, Canada and the United States of America are deeply disturbed by continuing […]
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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban, which means people from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela cannot get visas to the U.S. But there is an exception called a waiver. Kelly McEvers of the Embedded podcast is here to talk about that. Hi, Kelly. KELLY MCEVERS, BYLINE: Hey. SHAPIRO: Explain what a waiver is. MCEVERS: So basically if you are from one of these banned countries and you can show to the United States that you are not a security risk and that you would face, quote, "undue hardship" if you stayed in your country, you can apply for one of these waivers. And if you get it, you can come to the U.S. SHAPIRO: That makes it sound like this is not a total travel ban. MCEVERS: That is what the administration says. And, by the way, it's one of the reasons that the Supreme Court upheld the ban. But advocates who work with families in these banned countries
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Source: Mnangagwa orders release of Biti – eNCA File: Tendai Biti, former finance minister, speaks to journalits after a two-week ban on public protests issued by the police was struck down, outside Zimbabwe’s High Court in the capital Harare, September 7, 2016. HARARE – Zimbabwean president-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa says he has ordered the release of MDC’s […]

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Western governments and the UN have expressed alarm as top Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti appeared in court after a dramatic attempt to flee to neighbouring Zambia and claim asylum. Source: Top Zimbabwe opponent in court after failed Zambia asylum bid | News24   Biti, a veteran figure in the opposition Movement for Democratic Change […]

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Press Statement
Heather Nauert
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
August 9, 2018


The United States government is gravely concerned by credible reports of numerous detentions, beatings, and other abuses of Zimbabweans over the past week, particularly targeting opposition activists. There should be no role for violence, intimidation, or harassment in the new Zimbabwe.

We are also deeply concerned that Zambia chose to hand over former Minister of Finance Tendai Biti to the Zimbabwean authorities, and in the face of a reported Zambian court order blocking his expulsion from Zambia.

This decision is particularly disheartening given the courage that Zambia showed in sheltering thousands of Zimbabwean freedom fighters from Rhodesian aggression in the days of Zimbabwe’s independence struggle. We will be discussing this matter with Zambia’s leaders and reviewing certain aspects of our cooperation with the Zambian government.

The Government of Zimbabwe is now responsible for Tendai Biti’s safety and welfare. We call on Zimbabwe’s leaders to guarantee Mr. Biti’s physical safety and ensure his constitutional and human rights are respected, consistent with the rule of law and Zimbabwe’s international obligations and commitments. In Washington, the United States has convoked the ambassadors of both Zimbabwe and Zambia to register our gravest concerns.

While Zimbabwe had a historic opportunity to move the country toward a brighter future for all its citizens, an electoral process marred by violence that does not respect constitutional rights and procedures is not a step toward that future.


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Is it a surprise that this is an MDC politician and not a member of the military? Or a Zanu PF politician accused of being involved in ordering the military to attack protestors? No, strangely enough it is not. I hope due process is followed through, and justice is served for Tendai Biti, because Zimbabwe desperately needs to move on from the horrors of the Mugabe era, where political violence was common
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Zimbabwe’s President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa says that opposition politician Tendai Biti has been released on bail following his “intervention.” He added in his tweets that “due process will continue”. It means that Mr Biti will return to court a later date to face charges of inciting violence after last week’s elections. He had pre-empted the official […]

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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban, which means people from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela cannot get visas to the U.S. But there is an exception called a waiver. Kelly McEvers of the Embedded podcast is here to talk about that. Hi, Kelly. KELLY MCEVERS, BYLINE: Hey. SHAPIRO: Explain what a waiver is. MCEVERS: So basically if you are from one of these banned countries and you can show to the United States that you are not a security risk and that you would face, quote, "undue hardship" if you stayed in your country, you can apply for one of these waivers. And if you get it, you can come to the U.S. SHAPIRO: That makes it sound like this is not a total travel ban. MCEVERS: That is what the administration says. And, by the way, it's one of the reasons that the Supreme Court upheld the ban. But advocates who work with families in these banned countries
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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban, which means people from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela cannot get visas to the U.S. But there is an exception called a...

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Zimbabwe opposition leader Tendai Biti has vowed that he will "keep on fighting" after he was denied asylum in Zambia handed over to Zimbabwean security forces. He has been charged with inciting public violence.
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Zimbabwean police yesterday took former finance minister and opposition leader Tendai Biti into custody after Zambian authorities rejected his bid for asylum and deported him. Police in Zimbabwe were looking for Mr Biti and eight other Movement for...
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Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.


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News24.com | WATCH: 5 things you need to know about Zimbabwe after elections#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000 Zimbabwe’s elections, the first since former president Robert Mugabe’s ouster in November last year, were meant to relaunch the southern African country on the international stage and attract foreign aid and investment. Here are five things you need to know. Reported by News24 24 minutes ago.
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[New Zimbabwe] The US government has condemned Zambian authorities for handing Tendai Biti back to Zimbabwe following the embattled MDC Alliance co-principal's failed bid to seek asylum in the neighbouring country Wednesday.
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[New Zimbabwe] The Heads Mission of the European Union, Australia, Canada and the United States of America have called on the Government of Zimbabwe to guarantee the "safety and physical integrity" of MDC Alliance co-principal, Tendai Biti following his arrest on inciting poll related violence Thursday.
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[New Zimbabwe] US ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols Thursday made a surprise appearance at Tendai Biti's court hearing telling journalists soon after that the decision by Zimbabwean authorities to charge the MDC Alliance politician was "worrisome".
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[New Zimbabwe] President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa's attempt to hoodwink the world his leadership was on a path to restoring democracy in Zimbabwe suffered a setback this week when the US government kept its sanctions on Harare through signing into law, the amended Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZDERA).
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Senior Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti on Thursday was charged with inciting public violence and declaring unofficial election results as fears grew about a government ...
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Playlist:

Puddles Pity Party- Nature Boy - Nature Boy Single
MIMA- Oigo Voces - El Pozo
Holly Cole- Onion Girl Live - Lilith Fair A Celebration Of Women In Music Vol 3 Live
Manu Chao- Mr Bobby - Prxima Estacin Esperanza
Les Ngresses Vertes- Pretty Vacant - Green Bus live
Anna Calvi- Dont Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy - Hunter
Charlotte Gainsbourg- Trick Pony - IRM
The Brevet- So Long - So Long Single
The Fratellis- Ive Been Blind - In Your Own Sweet Time
ItchyO- Witchs Foot - From The Overflowing
Gogol Bordello- In The Meantime In Pernambuco - TransContinental Hustle
Emir Kusturica And The No Smoking Orchestra- Hamburger Versa Kebab - Corps Diplomatique
The Interrupters- Shes Kerosene - Fight The Good Fight
The Regrettes- Helpless - Helpless Single
Mini Mansions- Works Every Time - Works Every Time EP
Jaya The Cat- Here Come The Drums - Its A Bomber
Thomas Mapfumo The Blacks Unlimited- Zimbabwe - Danger Zone
Beirut- Perth - No No No
Mexrrissey- Cada Da Es Domingo - No Manchester
Mariachi El Bronx- 48 Roses - Mariachi El Bronx II
Rowan Katz- Violet - Violet
And The Black Feathers- Cream - Pink Black And Bruised
Moris Tepper- The Stain - Big Enough To Disappear
Alkaline Trio- Blackbird - Is This Thing Cursed
UK Subs- Suffragette City - Subversions
X- Johny Hit And Run Pauline - Los Angeles
Cab Calloway- You Rascal You - Greatest Hits
Lavay Smith Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers- Walk Right In Walk Right Out - One Hour Mama
MoDettes- White Mice - The Indie Years 1980
The Dresden Dolls- Girl Anachronism - The Dresden Dolls
Frenchy And The Punk- Steampunk Pixie - Hey Hey Cabaret
Toots The Maytals- Monkey Man - 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection The Best Of Toots The Maytals
Bauhaus- Spirit In The Sky - Singles Remastered
Greta Van Fleet- When The Curtain Falls - When The Curtain Falls Single


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Zimbabwe’s recent elections were meant to usher in a new era after decades of oppressive rule. But has anything truly changed? We met Vincent, an ambitious college graduate who is desperate to leave. “Things are not working here.”
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As the whole nation is still in shock regarding the outcome of the 2018 harmonised elections as well as congratulatory messages starting to pour in from foreign governments wishing the President-elect a successful term, allow me to explain what really transpired.

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BAD boy Denver Mukamba is delighted to be back at Dynamos after an eventful loan spell at city rivals Caps United and has revealed a burning determination to revive his career, as well as sprucing his tattered image.

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THE opposition MDC Alliance has announced plans to challenge results in 21 constituencies, where it claims there was massive rigging, as it seeks to overturn Zanu PF’s two-thirds parliamentary majority.

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THE United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU) have raised the red flag over the alleged illegal deportation, arrest and persecution of opposition MDC Alliance co-principal Tendai Biti and called on Zimbabwean authorities to guarantee his safety after his bid to get asylum in neighbouring Zambia collapsed.

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UNITED Kingdom-based Zimbabwean musician, Percy Musa, is raising the country’s flag high after receiving recognition for his composing prowess on the hit song Brexit.

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UNITED States President Donald Trump yesterday signed the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Amendment Act of 2018 (S 2779) into law, effectively tightening the noose on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government and dampening hopes of reengagement to jumpstart the country’s free-falling economy.

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After setting tongues wagging with his 16-track album, Colour of Dreams in 2015, Guluva 7 has spiced up the hip hop industry again with his second album, Command Hustle.

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Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa has castigated Gweru City Council for claiming that the water it supplies to residents was safe for drinking, following the typhoid outbreak that hit the city, saying people should treat water before consuming it.

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Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has praised newly-signed forward Michelle Katsvairo’s hunger as they brace for a tricky Castle Lager Premiership tie against Black Rhinos at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.

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          Allard leads Harare Open      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

TOP Zimbabwean amateur golfer Jack Allard managed the gusty conditions at Chapman Golf Club fantastically well as he took a two-shot lead in the first round of the $20 000 Harare Open golf tournament yesterday.

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GWERU-based wheel spinner and radio personality Blessing Nyanhete is set to make local history by launching an eight-track electro music album, Finally Famous, on August 31 at Club 1+1, Longcheng Plaza in the capital.

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THE newly-elected MDC Alliance councillors in Harare have reportedly started jostling for key positions, with former chief adviser to the late MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai, Ian Makone, being tipped to land the mayor’s post.

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Government interferences in the running of local authorities have cost the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) millions in potential investment. NewsDay (ND) business reporter, Mthandazo Nyoni this week met outgoing Bulawayo mayor, Martin Moyo (MM) to speak on these issues. Find below excerpts from the interview.

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          Experts unearth Zec results mess      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Discrepancies in election figures contained in the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec)’s own documents and signed by acting chief elections officer, Utloile Silaigwana, are expected to be put to test by MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa’s legal team led by Thabani Mpofu at the Constitutional Court today as the opposition leader seeks to overturn President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory.

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VILLAGERS under Chief Chisunge’s area in Mbire district have expressed concern over a spike in human-wildlife conflicts, with the latest incident happening yesterday after a man was trampled to death by a stray elephant.

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          Political violence cases overwhelm Mutare courts      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

AS post-electoral violence continues to escalate in Manicaland province, the Mutare Magistrates’ Court appears to have been overwhelmed by the work load.

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          Govt appoints commissioners to run local authorities      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Government has appointed commissioners to run local authorities countrywide to avert a leadership vacuum as the newly-elected councillors are yet to take oath of office.
In Harare, government appointed a commission chaired by Bella Manyakara and has other members who include lawyer Shingai Mutumbwa and one Kampila C.

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          Sports bar to crown Miss Mqombothi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

EVENTS Techniques tomorrow is set to crown Miss Mqombothi 2018 at the Mqombothi Sports Bar Club in Nkulumane, Bulawayo, where a bevy of 15 models will fight for the crown.
Running under the theme Battle of the Beauties, the pageant will focus on embracing original African beauty.

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          Misihairabwi blasts media for fueling patriarchy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

MDC-T Matabeleland South Proportional Representation-designate legislator, Priscilla Misihairabwi -Mushonga, has lambasted local media for what she termed thriving on patriarchy.

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          Bosso dangle training incentives to retain competitiveness      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

After weeks of inactivity and the uncertainty of their next competitive game, Highlanders have improvised to try and retain a competitive spirit in camp.

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          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          A crackdown in Zimbabwe exposes the instability of the Mnangagwa regime       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The ruling elite is far from united Source: A crackdown in Zimbabwe exposes the instability of the Mnangagwa regime – Open for chaos IN THE early hours of August 5th four men broke into a house in eastern Zimbabwe known to be home to activists for the MDC Alliance, the country’s main opposition bloc. They […]

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          UN, EU raise alarm      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: UN, EU raise alarm | Newsday (News) THE United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU) have raised the red flag over the alleged illegal deportation, arrest and persecution of opposition MDC Alliance co-principal Tendai Biti and called on Zimbabwean authorities to guarantee his safety after his bid to get asylum in neighbouring Zambia collapsed. […]

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          Zimbabwe’s Opposition Is Under Attack. It Should Seek a Unity Government Before It’s Too Late.       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Zanu-PF has proved time and again that it will resort to violence to stay in power. The MDC should not let it happen again. Source: Zimbabwe’s Opposition Is Under Attack. It Should Seek a Unity Government Before It’s Too Late. – Foreign Policy Zanu-PF has proven time and again that it will resort to violence […]

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          Zimbabwe: Who is in control?       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Mnangagwa’s slim election victory, followed by violence, has observers asking why he would do this when all he needed was international credibility Source: Zimbabwe: Who is in control? | News | Africa | M&G A soldier fires shots at demonstrators in Harare as protests erupted over alleged fraud in the country’s election. (Zinyange Auntony/AFP) COMMENT […]

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          Business sector reels from political unrest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Business sector reels from political unrest | Theindependent (Zimbabwe) THE business sector has been left counting its losses, running possibly into millions of dollars after last week’s disturbances which left at least six people dead, scores injured as well as the destruction of property. By Kudzai Kuwaza Zimbabwe’s administrative and commercial capital, Harare, was […]

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          Zimbabwe opposition figure charged after forced return      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Zimbabwe opposition figure charged after forced return | World news | The Guardian UN accuses Zambia of violating international law after MDC’s Tendai Biti is denied asylum A senior Zimbabwean opposition politician who was refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia and forcibly returned to his own country has been charged over his alleged role in […]

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          Zimbabwe election crisis: MDC’s Tendai Biti in court       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tendai Biti is accused of inciting violence after rejecting the president’s election victory. Source: Zimbabwe election crisis: MDC’s Tendai Biti in court – BBC News Tendai Biti is the most senior opposition politician to be detained since President Mnangagwa took office Zimbabwean opposition politician Tendai Biti has appeared in court in handcuffs on charges of […]

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          Think-tank warns of prolonged social unrest in Zim      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Think-tank warns of prolonged social unrest in Zim – The Zimbabwe Independent August 10, 2018 A soldier fires live bullets at protesters in Harare on Wednesday. BMI Research, a Fitch think-tank, has warned of prolonged social unrest and slow pace of economic reforms owing to the disputed outcome of polls held last month in […]

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          Zimbabwe’s dubious elections       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Zimbabwe’s dubious elections – The Zimbabwe Independent August 10, 2018 A soldier fires live bullets at protesters in Harare on Wednesday. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has yet to prove that the vote was fair, creating a problem for international donors and investors, whose help is desperately needed to revive the country. New York Times Editorial […]

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          Parastatal reform in a new Zim       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: Parastatal reform in a new Zim – The Zimbabwe Independent August 10, 2018 Among the plethora of problems that will face the new government when it is sworn in and starts work, is the urgent issue of reform of the 105 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that are currently managed by line ministries on behalf of […]

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          8/10/2018: THE WORLD: Opposition leader hit with incitement charge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Senior Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti on Thursday was charged with inciting public violence and declaring unofficial election results as fears grew about a government crackdown in the wake of the disputed July 30 presidential election. The...
          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          Comment on Foreign currency scarcity our major hurdle: Chigiya by ace mukadota      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe - if you spend more than you earn you go broke. You dont have to be enrolled at Univ. of Zimbabwe business school to know this.
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order  by ace mukadota      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zero respect for the law in ZAmbia - why would anyone invest into that sort of environment ?
          Comment on Zambia deports MDC Alliance’s Biti to Zimbabwe, defying court order  by Johann Braunstein      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Biti and his mate Morgan should not have gotten into bed with Zanu pf in 2008. Together they ensured Zimbabwe is going to be with the same leadership for one hellova long time.
          Comment on Zimbabwe’s forex rates defy crackdown by poker021      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Comment on Zimbabwe’s Military Junta Shows its True Colors to the World  by shabbaranks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There is talk of a US led military force gathering off the coast of Mozambique. It is possible that the Trump administration is preparing to attack and destroy the indisciplined and ineffective Zimbabwe Army, take control of the country and install Nelson Chamisa as the duly elected leader. If I were Emerson Manangagwa, I would be thinking about fleeing the country, maybe to Saudi Arabia. Otherwise the US Marines and US Army maybe taking his head.
          Comment on UNHCR concerned over reports of forced return of Zimbabwean asylum-seeker by TARA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pages and pages of reports from UN described the cruel treatment of civilians in DRC by Mnangagwa and Chiwenga. When are they going to be invited to the Internation Court at the Hague? They cannot wash away the blood of unarmed, innocent people they killed in DRC nor Zimbabwe. Their only friends are the Russians and Chinese.That speaks volumes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
          Comment on Zimbabwe Army Boss Is Said to Demand: Who Ordered Crackdown?  by mazano rewayi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If criminals can throw grenades at the president; get uniforms, guns and vehicles, kill in broad daylight in front of cameras, in the capital city without being caught it must be so easy to attack Zimbabwe!!! Just were is the real army when all this is happening? Will the army defend us from foreign invasion?
          Comment on Chamisa shouldn’t go to court by chamnorwa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
These MDC guys are lying that they have evidence, They real thing is that they are frustrated how they have lost again to more witty ED ZANU PF.Next time you shall hear how they will post "fake evidence" on the social media seeking sympathy. Its finished guys lets bottle our prejudice and join the wagon of building the zimbabwe ruins to its great splendid .If you delay you will regret as your support base will vanish and other new opposition party gets the credits
          Zimbabwe opposition leader charged after asylum bid fails      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tendai Biti has long been an outspoken critic of the government.
          Zimbabwe Opposition’s Democratic Hopes Dashed as Ruling Party Returns to Mugabe Mode After Disputed Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The opposition hoped for a democratic blossoming in Zimbabwe and an end to the country’s isolation. Instead, they got more of the same. Source: Zimbabwe Opposition’s Democratic Hopes Dashed as Ruling Party Returns to Mugabe Mode After Disputed Election   INSTEAD OF JUBILATION, a silence fell upon Harare late last week. Final results in Zimbabwe’s contested […]

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          Arrest of Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Raises Fears of Crackdown       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tendai Biti had sought asylum in Zambia after accusing Zimbabwean officials of manipulating the results of the presidential election. Source: Arrest of Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Raises Fears of Crackdown – The New York Times Tendai Biti, center, has challenged the results of the country’s recent presidential election and accused the governing party of plotting to […]

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          The cyberattack against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Source: The cyberattack against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission – Qurium Media Foundation Protests in Harare started on Tuesday, 31st of July after the parliamentary results were announced. During the 1st of August 2018, the clashes in Harare descended into chaos in response to the announcement of the Zanu-PF parliamentary majority victory.  By then international media reported that […]

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          Senior Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti 'released after arrest at border'       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Senior Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti 'released after arrest at border' Senior Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti was arrested as he tried to flee to neighbouring Zambia to seek asylum, his lawyer said Wednesday, allegedly on charges of inciting violence over the disputed election result. He was later released and was continuing with his attempt to seek asylum, a lawyer said early on Wednesday afternoon. In last week's vote, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Robert Mugabe's former ally, narrowly retained power, but the opposition MDC party has accused the electoral authority of rigging the result. Supporters of the MDC took to the streets on August 1 to protest the alleged fraud, triggering a brutal response from the military which opened fire on the demonstrators leaving six people dead. The day before the protests - and before the final presidential results were announced - Mr Biti held a press conference at the Movement for Democratic Change's (MDC) headquarters in Harare claiming victory for the party. Former Zimbabwean Finance Minister and MDC Alliance member Tendai Biti greets supporters outside the MDC Alliance's headquarters in Harare on July 31 Credit:  MARCO LONGARI/AFP Mr Biti, who also alleged electoral fraud, is a senior figure in the MDC alliance and was the respected finance minister in Zimbabwe's troubled 2009-13 power-sharing government. "He was arrested at the Zambian border," lawyer Nqobizitha Mlilo told AFP on Wednesday morning, adding by text message that he was trying to seek asylum. The police were not immediately available to comment. The state-run Chronicle newspaper said Tuesday that Mr Biti was among nine suspects being sought for inciting the protests when the army opening fire. Police detective Portia Chinho told the paper they were wanted for "participating in a gathering with intent to promote public violence".



          Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: After a disputed presidential election, Zimbabwe has cracked down on the opposition. One of its leaders sought asylum in neighboring Zambia, but he was returned, then detained. Now he's out on bail. NPR's Eyder Peralta reports. EYDER PERALTA, BYLINE: These seven seconds are what got Tendai Biti in a world of trouble. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) TENDAI BITI: The results show beyond reasonable doubt that we have won this election. PERALTA: In fact, the electoral commission declared President Emmerson Mnangagwa, not Biti's opposition MDC-A party, the winner. And Biti was then hunted down by security forces, who charged him with fomenting violence and of announcing unofficial results. A video posted on Twitter shows Biti crossing the border into Zambia with the help of his supporters. Biti asked for asylum, but Zambia sent him back to Zimbabwe to face authorities. Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch says what happened to Biti
          Comment on Frazer Muzondo: Cocky Chiwenga and others covertly subjecting Zimbabwe to military rule by Stop-A-Thief      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Unhinged AmbiChiwenga ndiye achavukura while managing ZIDERA pfeee. ED was gallivanting round the world in that #EDSillyScarf marketing his Zimbabwe Is Open for Business pipe dream, suddenly the #BleachingGeneral has scuttled everything. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c5ed8ae746e6c544ff2423ca57799abb71024509d5b5449936ead54b5e94d32a.jpg
          Comment on Tendai Biti interview: Zimbabwe won’t get support after Zanu-PF ‘steals’ victory by Major General T      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
chamisa surrounded himself with crazy people like biti who wants nothing but power and they are the same as zanu pf all of them power hungry people at the expense of ordinary Zimbabweans in the name of so called democracy . Africa a continent of ignorant political parties .my question is why so called america had to act when it was issue yabiti why not act when 6 people killed to show that its all about humanity not individual politician ,its pit that i cant rule that country but if i were to i will kill every corrupt leader through firing squad and every opposition leader who is selfish and i will make sure there is zero so called democracy and i will love my people #cry my beloved africa #rise tomas sankra true leader
          Comment on Carl Joshua wants Vic Falls to have a university by Make Zimbabwe Great      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We don't need more universities bakithi. We have a glut of degree holding educated ignoramuses in the country at the moment. What we need is technology-know-how. We need to know how we can convert the steel and many other ores in our land into steel and other products to make a motor vehicle from scratch in Zimbabwe. How to convert our abundant lithium ore and cobalt into batteries to power motor vehicles etc. With the exception of a few useful degrees such as the health sector oriented, engineering, law etc our degrees based on the Western system are good for nothing. What's the logic of doing a Business Studies degree when the economy has no businesses...Let's think out of the Western box. Those with the money should invest in laboratories/development facilities which Zimbabwe inventors can utilise for an affordable fee to test their inventions. A smelter for the guy from the home industries who has the idea but lacks the facilities to blend his ores and develop the right mix for a vehicle chassis. And when the next great vehicle comes out of Zim owners of these test facilities can also claim a stake in the profits. That's more or less how your Daewoo-s, Hyundai-s started.
          Comment on Tendai Biti gets $5000 bail – PICTURES by Make Zimbabwe Great      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
And these are the guys, ana Biti, we expect to deliver a Utopia to Zimbabwe? Utterly devoid of vision or strategy. How can a person in their right mind try and seek political asylum from the Zambian authorities. By his own understanding of democracy as forced down his throat during years and years of studying Western text books did Mbiti and his advisors see democracy - as programmed into him by the West - being practised. Hadn't he heard of the so called arbitrary arrests and persecution allegedly perpetrated by the Zambian government on Zambian opposition? If South Africa itself supposed to be a shining beacon of democracy and economic wellness (the West loves to link the two whilst conveniently ignoring China) gives judgments from their own courts the middle finger and allow what the West calls a dictator due for appearance at the ICC to safely leave South African soil how much less are lesser Africans likely to adhere to Western fallacies of what they call the rule of law. Had he any ounce of vision he would have disguised himself, bought himself a ticket pa-roadport headed for South Africa. Paid his R2 000 rand kuD*C buses kuti vamuyambutse Limpopo and they would have waited for him and others paBaobab. Couldn't even learn how the great hero Joshua Nkomo did it on his way to Botswana in the '80s.
          8/10/2018: World News: Senior Zimbabwean opposition politician charged over protests      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A senior Zimbabwean opposition politician who was refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia and sent back to his own country has been charged over his alleged role in last week’s post-election protests. “We will keep on fighting,” said Tendai Biti, before...
          News24.com | Zimbabwe opposition on deadline to appeal election result      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's defeated opposition is facing a deadline to file its legal challenge to try to overturn the July 30 election result, which has been mired in fraud allegations and a government crackdown on opponents.
          News24.com | SA's Advocate Dali Mpofu to lead legal team challenging Zim's Mnangagwa election victory – report      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
South Africa's Advocate Dali Mpofu is reportedly set to lead a legal team to challenge Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Zanu-PF party's victory in the just ended elections – on behalf of the opposition MDC Alliance.
          News24.com | WATCH: 5 things you need to know about Zimbabwe after elections      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe’s elections, the first since former president Robert Mugabe’s ouster in November last year, were meant to relaunch the southern African country on the international stage and attract foreign aid and investment. Here are five things you need to know.
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          UN gravely concerned at Zambia's refusal of asylum for Zimbabwe's Biti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

UN gravely concerned at Zambia's refusal of asylum for Zimbabwe's BitiThe U.N. refugee agency is gravely concerned by reports that a senior Zimbabwean politician was refused asylum in Zambia and sent back to his own country, which would be a serious violation of international law, it said in a statement on Thursday. Zimbabwean police took former finance minister and opposition leader Tendai Biti into custody on Thursday after Zambian authorities rejected his bid for asylum and deported him, his lawyers said.



          Zimbabwe:Mnangagwa Hints at Fresh Faces for Cabinet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[The Herald] President.elect Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa has hinted on a new Cabinet of fresh faces appointed on the basis of capacity to deliver set targets.
          Strengthening Small and Medium Enterprises to Address Youth Unemployment Crisis in Zimbabwe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
After years of Mugabe’s anti-Western rhetoric closed Zimbabwe’s doors, his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the country ‘open for business’. After such a long period of looking inward, this could be a chance to rebuild the economy through large-scale investment in the private sector, particular
          Zimbabwe:#Tajamuka Resurfaces, Vows Fresh Anti-Government Protests      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[New Zimbabwe] Firebrand youth social movement #Tajamuka/Sesjikile resurfaced Thursday to demand the withdrawal of the country's military from the streets and the fair handling of Nelson Chamisa's poll petition by the authorities.
          Zimbabwe:Chamisa Races Time to Beat Poll Challenge Deadline      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[New Zimbabwe] LOSING MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa is racing against time as he has until end of business this Friday to file his court challenge against his defeat or allow eventual winner Emmerson Mnangagwa to proceed with his inauguration.
          Zimbabwe:Harare Magistrate Gags Biti As He Sets Him Free      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance co-principal Tendai Biti was Thursday set free by Harare magistrate Francis Mapfumo who however banned the outspoken politician from issuing any political statements during the duration of his impending trial.
          Zimbabwe: MDC’s Tendai Biti appears in court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
186 ViewsZimbabwean opposition politician Tendai Biti has appeared in court in handcuffs on charges of inciting violence after he was deported from Zambia. Zambia’s government rejected Mr Biti’s request for asylum on Wednesday. Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa said Mr Biti had been released on bail following his intervention. Prosecutors accuse Mr Biti of fuelling illegal […]
          USA angry with Zambian government for deporting asylum-seeking Tendai Biti      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
249 ViewsThe United States government says it is disappointed with the Zambian government for choosing to hand over Zimbabwean asylum seekers led by opposition figure Tendai Biti to Zimbabwean authorities in the face of a court order blocking their expulsion from Zambia. USA Department of State Spokesperson Heather Nauert says her government will meet Zambian […]
          MDC Alliance launches legal challenge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Harare – The MDC Alliance’s Lawyers have submitted their Petition at the Constitutional Court to annul the results of the recent presidential elections. The Zimbabwe Elections Commission (ZEC) announced Emmerson Mnangagwa as the winner in the election which the MDC claims was marred by massive rigging. Chris Mhike of Atherstone and Cook is the instructing […]

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          Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, le dauphin qui ne fait pas l’unanimité      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A la une ce soir : les réactions en République démocratique du Congo, au lendemain de la désignation du candidat de la majorité présidentielle. Au Zimbabwe, Tendai Biti, figure de l’opposition a été présentée devant [...]
          Four Investors Are Looking To Pump Money Into NetOne      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NetOne, ZImbabwean telecoms,

Earlier this year, the Minister of ICT & Cyber Security Supa Mandiwanzira expressed the Governments interest to finally let go of Mobile Network Operators Telecel and NetOne:advertisement We have had inquiries on buying equity, interest in government-owned networks, with some offering to buy entire shareholding and some offering to partner with the government and inject […]

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          EcoCash Says Its Service Is Currently Facing Challenges      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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EcoCash has confirmed that its service is currently not running at full throttle. This the second time EcoCash has been down in less than two months. The last time EcoCash experienced this, commerce virtually came to a standstill countrywide.advertisement EcoCashEcoCash is a mobile money transfer facility which is run by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe. The facility […]

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          Netone’s Suspended CEO Is Wanted In South African For Fraud Charges: How True Is It?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe telecoms

You know the saga Netone is currently involved in. The state-owned telecoms operator, Netone suspended its Chief executive officer, Lazarus Muchenje for undermining the authority of the board through his sudden dismissal (and reinstatement) of 9 Executives some weeks ago. Before his suspension, Mr. Muchenje had filed a court application suing the minister of ICT and […]

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          You Have A New Gadget? Awesome! Please Share Your First Experience With It With The Techzim Community      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

If you are like me, you may be tired of watching unboxing videos from the United States and said videos featuring gadgets that you either can’t afford or are not available for the Zimbabwean market.advertisement Techzim has attempted to bring unboxing home over the years. We have unboxed gadgets that are available for the Zim […]

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          Lovely Victoria Falls...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Are revolutionaries real or just a bunch of oppressors? - Mthwakazi activist      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mthwakazi activist Hloniphani Ncube has questioned if the so called revolutionaries who liberated Zimbabwe from the colonial jaws are real or they are a bunch
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"You've always wanted to travel to Africa where nature has remained unchanged for your sake. The Okavango delta, Victoria falls, Katima Mulilo, The Savuti channel, Chobe Park with over 100,000 elephants. Now there's more: I'm dedicated to giving you authentic man2man pleasure to spice your trip. I'm as dark as Africa made me, 1.7m tall, 56kg, hung (10""), uncut and waiting to please you. I do NO BAREBACK, NO DRUGS! E-mail me at thabang69er@yahoo.co.uk or check my profile at http://uk.profiles.yahoo.com/thabang69er I also offer 3-4some with fellow kinky black friends, equally well hung and versatile."
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The standard of living in Zimbabwe has improved significantly with gross domestic product (GDP) per capita rising from $1004 last year to the current $1112,
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Former President Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore, is tipped to land a top post at Government's second airline, Zimbabwe Airways, which has roped in a British
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Local businesses have urged government to pile pressure on the South African government to reverse its decision to terminate a Bilateral Trade Agreement between the
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In Zambia and In the Closet. No but the gay scene here is happening but very much on the dl
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Yahoo News

UN gravely concerned at Zambia's refusal of asylum for Zimbabwe's Biti
Yahoo News
Lawyer Tendai Biti, former finance minister, speaks to journalits after a two-week ban on public protests issued by the police was struck down, outside Zimbabwe's High Court in the capital Harare, September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo. More.
Treatment of Tendai Biti sparks international outrage while Mnangagwa claims credit for his release on bailDaily Maverick
US to Review Cooperation With Zambia After Zimbabwean FracasBloomberg
African press review 10 August 2018RFI
The Southern Times -Daily Nation -The Daily Star
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Dat gaat de kant op van Zimbabwe totdat het land zo arm is, dat er alleen nog ontwikkelingshulp naar toe kan?
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Accusé d’avoir proclamé de faux résultats électoraux, l’ancien ministre des finances s’est vu refuser sa demande d’asile en Zambie.
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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s main opposition party is filing a legal challenge to the results of the country’s first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Lawyers for the Movement for Democratic Change party have arrived at court less than an hour before closing time to submit papers alleging the July 30 vote was […]
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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s main opposition party arrives at court to file legal challenge to presidential election.
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ZIMBABWE’S NEW 'CURRENCY': WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BOND NOTES

BY CONOR GAFFEY ON 11/28/16 AT 12:40 PM



A Zimbabwean woman shows off a new bond note outside a bank in the country's capital Harare, November 28. The Zimbabwean government has introduced bond notes in a bid to solve the national cash shortage. PHILIMON BULAWAYO/REUTERS

Zimbabwe has a new currency. Well...sort of.

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe released the first tranche of notes for a new pseudo-currency called bond notes on Monday. A $10 million batch of two and five dollar bond notes are now legal tender within the Southern African country, which has been hit by a crippling cash shortage that has seen long queues form outside banks.

For many Zimbabweans, however, the printing of new money brings back harrowing memories of the country’s hyperinflationary era of 2008-09, when inflation reached more than 200 million percent and the Zimbabwean dollar became worthless.

What are bond notes?

Bond notes are a parallel currency that Zimbabwe’s government, led by veteran president Robert Mugabe, has introduced to deal with a cash shortage and boost exports. According to the reserve bank, bond notes have an official exchange rate of 1:1 with the U.S. dollar, which has been the main currency used in Zimbabwe since 2009. The country already has several million U.S. dollars’ worth of bond coins, to which the notes will be added.

What currency does Zimbabwe use?

Following the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar, which was abandoned in 2009, the country switched to a multi-currency system. At least nine currencies are now legal tender in Zimbabwe: the U.S. dollar, the South African rand, the euro, the British pound, the Australian dollar, the Botswana pula, the Japanese yen, the Indian rupee and the Chinese yuan. Not all are accepted by Zimbabwean traders, however, with the U.S. dollar being the most widely-used currency. Bond notes are now being added to this confusing mix.

Why is the government introducing bond notes?

Zimbabwe is a net importer of goods—the country exported $2.5 billion worth of goods in 2014 and imported $6.25 billion, resulting in a negative trade balance of $3.4 billion. Consequently, U.S. dollars have been leaving the country at a greater rate than they’ve been coming in, resulting in a cash shortage. Zimbabwe cannot address the deficit by requesting a loan from international lenders, such as the World Bank or International Monetary Fund—both institutions have suspended their lending plans to the country due to its failure to implement economic reforms aimed at clearing arrears.

The reserve bank is hoping to boost exports by offering a bonus of $5 in bond notes per $100 of exports. It is also limiting withdrawals to $50 per day and $150 per week in a bid to stop the pseudo-currency losing its purported 1:1 value with the U.S. dollar.



A man holds up a 100 trillion Zimbabwean dollar note, in Zimbabwe's capital Harare, June 12, 2015. Opposition groups are concerned that the government's introduction of bond notes could herald a return to the failed Zimbabwean dollar.PHILIMON BULAWAYO/FILE PHOTO/REUTERS

What happened to the Zimbabwean dollar?

The introduction of bond notes has raised the specter of hyperinflation among many Zimbabweans, for whom the memory of the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar is still fresh. The currency collapsed in the mid-2000s after decades of economic mismanagement under Mugabe, whose policies including the forced redistribution of land from white farmers to black Zimbabweans with little agricultural training.

Inflation reportedly peaked at around 90 sextillion percent—or nine followed by 22 zeros—and the government redenominated the currency three times, lopping zeros off the end in a vain bid to stabilize the skyrocketing inflation. The price of daily essentials, such as a single egg or a loaf of bread, was north of 1 billion Zimbabwean dollars. Eventually, the government abandoned the currency in 2009, switching to the current multi-currency basket.

How have Zimbabweans reacted?

Some business groups in Zimbabwe have been positive about a new form of liquidity being introduced to the financial system. But opposition parties and civil society groups have loudly denounced the new pseudo-currency and are planning further protests against the new legal tender. Veteran opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai wrote in Newsweek in October that Mugabe’s government was exacerbating Zimbabwe’s economic crisis by printing bond notes, which were being “rejected by the people.”

Source: News Week
          "Re: US Intensifies Zimbabwe Sanctions" by TM - 8.9.18      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Entry Submitted by TM at 12:23 AM EDT on August 10, 2018

"Re: US Intensifies Zimbabwe Sanctions" by S Adair - 8.9.18

I was curious S Adair at who would jump at this story... For me it was simply to stop reading after reading the author's name ...

Tanya Mugabe...

Could she be any relations to ousted Mugabe of the previous dictatorial regime in Zimbabwe ?
Everything about this story is upside down, backwards and sideways.
All Is In Divine Order
Everything else is just a story
Don't sweat it
It's not real.

TM
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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Aug 10, 2018

Compiled 10 Aug. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. CEO, Child Abuse Recovery, Author, “Twenty Two Faces,” Byington’s Before It’s News articles on a Cabal Vatican-sponsored international pedophile Child Trafficking Ring: http://beforeitsnews.com/contributor/pages/243/590/stories.html

The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it is valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.

Summary:

1. In late March 2018 Trump returned the US to the gold-standard (USN) by reverting Nixon’s Executive Order via introduction of the HR 5404 bill. Public disclosure of the gold-standard (USN) would occur after GESARA was announced.

2. Several Sources: Banks were put on notice that something would happen this week.

3. Bruce: The new ISX (replacing the Forex) was opened on Mon. Aug. 4 and trading international platforms.

4. Bruce: Iraq made their official announcement on Mon. Aug. 6.

5. Bruce: Last Mon. Aug. 6 there were mini transfers of billions of dollars to Tier 3.

6. Bruce: Since Mon. Aug. 6 Tiers 3 & 4 were being paid out on the new Quantum System (but not as yet made liquid).

7. The SWIFT monetary system was believed to have ended Aug. 7 internationally, with the new CHIPS system kicking in on Aug. 8.

8. President Trump signed the Zimbabwe Zidera bill into law on Aug. 8, making the Zim effective.

9. Iraqi generals claimed that they would be paid on the new Dinar rate beginning Aug 8.

10. Tony: Since Mon. Aug. 6 Mid-East papers have published that the Dinar would be international on Aug. 8.

11. Tony: The Dinar was international Aug. 8. We were waiting for announcement of the Iraqi election recount, after which the Dinar rates were expected to change on bank screens and the 800#s released. That announcement has been moved to Aug. 9.

12. On Aug. 9 TNT Chat posted that at 1:45 pm EST Iraqi election results and changes were being announced on Iraqi TV and that Iraq had implemented all 44 recommendations coming from the International Financial Action Organization.

13. Bruce: Lower denominations of the Dinar would be available in the US tomorrow Aug. 10.

14. Intel Report: The RV remained on track to release and could be expected at any moment (ideally between 11:58 PM EDT and 12:01 AM EDT any day of the week).

15. After Aug. 8 there was expected to be movement on the 40,000 sealed indictments filed in federal courts.

16. Reported Currency Rates (would change after trading on ISX this week):

Vietnamese Dong: $.48 Contract Rate: was $2.00, though said no longer available

Iraqi Dinar: Iraqi banks have been paying from $1 to $3 on the Dinar in-country rate. International rate: $4.85, $6 to $7 Contract Rate: $28.50

Zimbabwe Zim Bond: $ .16, possibly up to $ .72 (question if needed to take off 6 zeros or not). Contract Rate: as justified on your Humanitarian Program. Zim Bond must be used for Humanitarian needs, with no more than $1 Billion for yourself.

Zimbabwe Zim Currency: $1.00 – original value as released on market this year

Iranian Rial: Tony said that because of Trump’s sanctions the Iranian Rial was not in the first basket, though it may RV in five or so years. Others say that the Rial was still in the basket with a rate of $3.22 upward - and end up around the same rate as the Iraqi Dinar, with sanctions a cover that released Iran from the old financial system.

Malaysian Ringgit: $3.80

Indian Rupee: $1.05

Chinese Yuan, Kuwait Dinar and Libya Dinar rates were unknown.

A. Aug. 9 2018 The Big Call, Bruce: Thebigcall.net: 712-770-4016 pin123456#

1.The Zim was effective as of yesterday Aug. 8.

2. Iraq made their official announcement on Mon. Aug. 6.

3. Lower denominations of the Dinar would be available in the US tomorrow Aug. 10.

4. Last Mon. Aug. 6 there were mini transfers of billions of dollars going to Tier 3.

5. Since Mon. Aug. 6 Tiers 3 & 4 were being paid out on the new Quantum System.

B. Aug. 9 2018 1:21 pm EST Intel Alert: Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for August 9, 2018 Operation Disclosure (Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)

1. The Cabal continued their attempts to cause disruption and division in Zimbabwe. The MDC Alliance was being bribed by the Cabal to destabilize Mnangagwa's government (whom is working closely with the Alliance).

2. As a result, the public signing of the ZIDERA amendment bill was being delayed. (It was reported that the ZIDERA amendment bill was already signed behind closed doors).

3. According to sources, the situation in Zimbabwe would not affect status of the RV release.

4. Tier 3 humanitarian organizations continued to receive schedules to begin the exchange/redeem process.

5. Most sources have gone silent in expectation of the RV release.

C. Aug. 9 2018 10:50 pm EST,Trump Signs into Law, Anon: "Trump Signs S. 2779 into Law" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

President Trump signed the Zimbabwe Zidera bill into law on Aug. 8: President Donald J. Trump Signs S. 2779 into Law (Zidera)

D. Aug. 9 2018 Update on Gifting Taxes, Anon: https://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com/2018/08/2018-taxgifting-updates-by-anonymous.html?m=1

The amount of $$$ one can gift in one's lifetime has been extended to $5.6 million per person, with $15K gifted per person at one time. A married couple could shield $11.2 million from federal estate and gift taxes.

E. Aug. 9 2018 11:22 am EST Rep. Collins Indicted, First Unsealed Indictment?: Rep. Chris Collins Indicted on Insider Trading -- First Unsealed Indictment?

F. Aug. 9 2018 5:04 am EST Balance of Power, Fulford: "The Current Balance of Power" - Fulford Report - 8.6.18 https://benjaminfulford.net/ Benjamin Fulford, White Dragon Society

1. In the real world, spy agencies, secret societies, and armies are subservient to religions.

2. Asian secret societies believe the West has ruled the planet for long enough and now it’s their turn. However, they are divided into several competing groups.

3. The biggest is probably the Hongmen, with 55 million members, mostly located in China and in Asian communities around the world. Chinese President Xi Jinping is a member of this group. The Hongmen are closely linked to, but not the same as, the Chinese Communist Party. Their hierarchy is based on meritocracy and not bloodlines. There is a Taiwan-based splinter group.

4. The second major Asian group is the Dragon family. This is a grouping of old royal bloodlines with their networks of retainers and their stashes of historical gold. They are strongest in Taiwan, Northern China, and Southeast Asia. North Korea is one of their main strongholds, since that country is the real heir to the Manchu Dynasty which ruled China during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912). They are also strong in Northern China, Japan, and Mongolia. They are the heirs of the Mongol warriors, and any country whose name ends in “-stan,” such as Pakistan or Afghanistan, has a strong Mongol heritage. The Dragon family has close links to European royal families and also believes in a world government, but they think hereditary bloodlines and constitutional monarchies are needed to provide such a government with stability and continuity.

5. The Black Dragon Society (BDS) were behind the World War 2 Imperial Japanese push for a greater East-Asian Co-prosperity sphere. This group thought the Nazis would win World War 2 and would proceed to try to enslave and then eliminate the Asian and non-white races, as Hitler indicated in Mein Kampf. The BDS was very successful in recruiting non-European people around the world in their bid to end European/Western rule.

6. The Blue Dragons are heirs of the Assassins. They are strong in Persia (Iran) and the Muslim world, especially the Muslims of India. They believe a great leader called the Mahdi will emerge and rid the world of evil before the End Times. This group, though lacking a clear leader, is working towards the common goal of liberating the Muslim world, especially the Middle East, of neo-colonialist rulers.

7. There are other Asian groups and subdivisions such as the Shinto-connected Three Legged Crow, but they are not major players in the current battle for the planet Earth and will align themselves with whomever emerges victorious.

8. Western society has Christianity.

9. The Scottish Rite Freemasons can be seen as the main secret society in the Anglo world. They are linked to the British monarchy, the British Empire, and non-Catholic Christianity. They are the dominant forces in the Anglo world, namely Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the U.S., and they are working with China and Russia behind the scenes. They support a greater role for Asia in a revamped global architecture, but would rather fight to the death than become slaves to the Asians.

10. The other big Western group is the P2 Freemason Lodge. This group controls the 1.5 billion-member Catholic Church and the Mafia. They are also very influential in the military-industrial complex through their control of chivalric orders like the Knights of Malta, the Teutonic Knights, etc. This grouping experienced something of a coup d’état in 2013 when Pope Maledict (Benedict XVI) was removed from office for being a satanic pedophile. Also, under Pope Francis, the Catholic Church is reorienting itself away from its birthplace of Europe and toward Africa and South America, where the overwhelming majority of its followers live.

11. The most problematic Western group were the Jews and their secret masters, the satan-worshiping Khazarian mafia. The Jewish secret society, in its pure sense, is based on the story that after Jerusalem fell to the Babylonians, all of King David’s male heirs were murdered. Therefore, to preserve the bloodline of David, his secret service began guarding his female descendants. This is the origin of the custom that you must have a Jewish mother to be considered a Jew. This group has very successfully infiltrated the royal and aristocratic families of Europe. They believe they have a hereditary right to rule humanity given to them by God. Their symbol, as can be seen in many of the family crests of European royalty, is the Lion of Judah.

12. The Gnostic Illuminati trace their historical origin to the Greek mathematician Pythagoras (570-495 BC), and their spiritual origins to the survivors of Atlantis, a civilization they say was destroyed by flood 26,000 years ago. The Gnostic Illuminati recruit the geniuses of the ages to their ranks and are opposed to bloodline rule. They claim to have been behind the French, American, and Russian Revolutions and are now working on a world revolution.

13. The Khazarian mafia history can be read about in the article at the link below: https://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/03/08/the-hidden-history-of-the-incredibly-evil-khazarian-mafia/ The earliest solid historical reference to the Khazarian mafia is the Hyksos, an animal-herding people who invaded Egypt around 1650 BC. They worshiped a goat-faced animal with a forked tail named Baal.

14. This god merged with the Egyptian god Set and is the origin of what we now call Satan, Moloch, etc. Their worshipers seized power in the U.S. and the Western world after September 11, 2001. They have been actively planning to kill 90% of humanity and enslave the rest. Many senior oligarchs are members of this group. This can be seen, for example, in the Moloch worshipers who gather at the Bohemian Grove every summer. Their headquarters are the Rothschild family complex in Zug, Switzerland, but they have many other bases. The key source of their strength is their hijacking of the world’s financial system and their creation of world debt slavery through their money “Majick”—that is, fiat currency—the creation of money out of nothing.

15. The White Dragon Society is a loose alliance whose members include European royal bloodlines, Gnostic Illuminati leaders, military-industrial establishment brass, Russian FSB, North Korean Secret Police, Japanese military intelligence, Asian secret societies, etc. The WDS alliance was formed in reaction to the genocidal plans of the Khazarians. Also, they are alarmed at the incredible incompetence of the people who are currently running the planet.

16. The WDS is pushing for world peace and a massive campaign, similar in scale to World War 3, to immediately end poverty and environmental destruction. They also want the hidden technology, (for example, the 6,000 patents suppressed in the U.S. for “national security reasons”) to be released in order to launch a new era of unprecedented prosperity and exponential expansion into the universe.

17. The key to making this happen is to remove control of the world’s financial system from the hands of the Khazarians. This year’s autumn offensive will be aimed at doing this, and special attention is going to be placed on the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and its subsidiaries such as the Federal Reserve Board, European Central Bank, Bank of Japan, Bank of England, etc.

18. The Khazarians know that if the true extent of their crimes, including human sacrifice, cannibalism, the poisoning of the food and medical systems, their fomenting of war, etc. is revealed, they will be punished. Let’s make it happen.

Updates for last week:

Restored Republic via a GCR:Update as of Aug. 9, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR:Update as of Aug 8, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR:Update as of Aug 7, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Aug 6, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR:Update as of Aug 5, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR:Update as of Aug 4, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR:Update as of Aug 3, 2018
          RV Intel/Thoughts/News - All Posts for August 9, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Below is a list of all of the content posted for Thursday, August 9, 2018. This will be useful for those of you who may have missed something on this date.

This list will also be continuously updated as more posts arrive for this date. So don't forget to check back!

~ Dinar Chronicles


(Arrangement of Posts: Oldest to Newest | Top to Bottom)

Highlights

<- OFF THE CHARTS ->


Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Aug. 9, 2018

Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for August 9, 2018

<- THROUGH THE ROOF ->

"The Current Balance of Power" - Fulford Report - 8.6.18

Final Wakeup Call: The Truly Most Evil Enemy

Zimbabwe: US Government Intensifies Sanctions

<- EXPLOSIVE HOT ->

"2018 Tax/Gifting Updates" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

White Hats Auxiliary Fact Check #146: Crypto, Through the Tulips, RV

<- ULTRA HOT ->

"In Response to PinkRoses" by Vee - 8.9.18

"Why are we Still here?" by Midwestman - 8.9.18

"Talk about Impact" - Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts/News

"Re: Why are we Still here?" by Truthseeker - 8.9.18

<- MEGA HOT ->

"Suggestion to the PTB" - Thurs. AM TNT Thoughts/News Links

"Re: Why are we Still here?" by Awakened - 8.9.18

Africa: Conflict, Drought and Displacement in Ethiopia

"Chat Update" - Thurs. PM TNT Thoughts/News

<- SUPER HOT ->

Freddie Gale Mcpherson (Alabama) Funeral and Obituary

KTFA CC Notes w/ Frank26, DELTA by Linda 8-8-18

"Trump Signs S. 2779 into Law" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

"Re: Anonymous' Questions Concerning the Redemptions" by Ron Giles - 8.9.18

<- HOT ->

Thurs. AM KTFA News Articles 8-9-18

"Re: At or Around 1:05:00 of The Big Call" by Bonni B - 8.9.18

"Virtual Invisible GCR Activation Code" by The Son of Man - 8.9.18

"Off Ledger Reconciled" - SPEAK Update - Tank - 8.9.18
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Music

"Wake Up Everybody" - RV Musical Thought - 8.9.18

"The Showman" - RV Musical Thought - 8.9.18

TNT

"Suggestion to the PTB" - Thurs. AM TNT Thoughts/News Links

"Chat Update" - Thurs. PM TNT Thoughts/News

Thursday Update from TNT RayRen98 8-9-18

KTFA

"Talk about Impact" - Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts/News

Thurs. AM KTFA News Articles 8-9-18

"Specimen" - Thurs. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ Frank26, DELTA

"Past Tense" - Thurs. PM KTFA Thoughts/News

KTFA CC Notes w/ Frank26, DELTA by Linda 8-8-18

"Parliamentary Election Winners" - Thurs. PM KTFA Thoughts/News

Benjamin Fulford


"The Current Balance of Power" - Fulford Report - 8.6.18


Tank


"Off Ledger Reconciled" - SPEAK Update - Tank - 8.9.18


RV Alert


Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for August 9, 2018

Guest Posts


"2018 Tax/Gifting Updates" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

"In Response to PinkRoses" by Vee - 8.9.18

"Why are we Still here?" by Midwestman - 8.9.18

"Re: Why are we Still here?" by Awakened - 8.9.18

"Re: Why are we Still here?" by Truthseeker - 8.9.18

"Regarding Q" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

"Re: At or Around 1:05:00 of The Big Call" by Bonni B - 8.9.18

"Re: Why are we Still here?" by Maxwell - 8.9.18

"Tired of Eating Popcorn" by Full of Popcorn - 8.9.18

"Re: US Intensifies Zimbabwe Sanctions" by S Adair - 8.9.18

"Trump Signs S. 2779 into Law" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

"Re: Midwestman, Awakened, Truthseeker" by Gypsy Rose - 8.9.18

"Sanctions, Mea Culpa" by Carden - 8.9.18

"Re: Anonymous' Questions Concerning the Redemptions" by Ron Giles - 8.9.18

"In the Queue" by RT - 8.9.18

"Re: Awakened on Why are we Still here?" by Pat - 8.9.18

"What're we Waiting for?" by (Anonymous) - 8.9.18

"Attending an Event" by PinkRoses - 8.9.18

"Virtual Invisible GCR Activation Code" by The Son of Man - 8.9.18

"In Response to Bonni B" by Vee - 8.9.18

Videos

Want to Learn How to Beat Satan and the IRS?

Are Gold and Silver about to Punch Back?

Jared Rand’s Global Meditation Call Replay 8-9-18

News

Final Wakeup Call: The Truly Most Evil Enemy

Africa: Conflict, Drought and Displacement in Ethiopia

Zimbabwe: US Government Intensifies Sanctions

Bank of Japan Officially Decouples from the Fed

Iraq Announces Final Results of Parliamentary Elections

Messages

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Other

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Aug. 9, 2018

Freddie Gale Mcpherson (Alabama) Funeral and Obituary

Willie's Truth Call ****No Call Tonight****

Zorra of Hollow Earth Q&A Call Tonight at 9 PM EDT 8-9-18

White Hats Auxiliary Fact Check #146: Crypto, Through the Tulips, RV

Dinarland Highlights for August 9, 2018

Yesterday's Posts

RV Intel/Thoughts/News - All Posts for August 8, 2018
          Zimbabwe’s opposition challenges election results in court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's main opposition party is filing a legal challenge to the results of the country's first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Lawyers for the Movement for Democratic Change … Click to Continue »
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HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe's main opposition party is filing a legal challenge to the results of the country's first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Lawyers for...
          US State Department Summons Zambian Ambassador Over Deportation of Zimbabwe’s “Tendai Biti”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The United States has summoned Dr. Ngosa Simbyakula, the Zambian Ambassador to that country, in the wake of the “deportation” scandal involving Zimbabwe’s leader of opposition Tendai Biti. In a strongly worded statement, the US State Department Spokesperson uerHeather Nat says the US government will be discussing this matter with Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu and […]
          Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti deported in Zambia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zambian authorities on Thursday deported top Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti, rejecting his claim for asylum after he fled allegations of inciting post-election protests. “As I am speaking to you right now he has been handed over to the Zimbabwean police,” Mr Biti’s lawyer Gilbert Phiri told AFP, charging that his client had been deported […]
          Le Zimbabwe replonge dans le chaos      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Des violences ont éclaté à Harare mercredi 1er août suite aux résultats des élections législatives remportées par le parti au pouvoir et contestées par l’opposition. Les photographes de l’AFP Marco Longari et Luis Tato en [...]
          Qualifications Africaines pour la Coupe du Monde de Rugby: Regardez le Kenya contre la Tunisie et l’Ouganda contre le Maroc en direct sur YouTube le samedi 11 août      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Qualificatif pour la Coupe du Monde de Rugby, la Rugby Africa Gold Cup se jouera jusqu’au 18 août par les équipes nationales de Namibie, Kenya, Ouganda, Maroc, Zimbabwe et Tunisie. Regardez la Rugby Africa Gold Cup en direct sur YouTube le samedi 11 août: Ouganda vs Maroc...


          Rugby World Cup’ African Qualifiers: Watch Kenya vs Tunisia and Uganda vs Morocco Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A qualifier for the Rugby World Cup, the Rugby Africa Gold Cup will be played until 18th August by the national teams of Namibia, Kenya, Uganda, Morocco, Zimbabwe and Tunisia. Watch the Rugby Africa Gold Cup Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August: Uganda vs Morocco...


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After being denied asylum by the Zambian authorities, Zimbabwe opposition leader Tendai Biti appears before a magistrates court in Harare. We hear the latest from our correspondent and speak to Zambia’s Foreign Minster + In the Democratic republic of Congo, health officials have warned that containing the new Ebola outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces is complicated by the presence of multiple armed groups in the region + We hear from the award winning writer about what happened what she got caught up in a Nairobi city council enforcement operation
          Zimbabwe’s opposition challenges election results in court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s main opposition party is filing a legal challenge to the results of the country’s first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Lawyers for the Movement for Democratic Change party have arrived at court less than an hour before closing time ...
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           Harare court charges MDC politician Tendai Biti with public violence       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The former finance minister says Zimbabwe’s election was rigged. He tried to seek asylum in Zambia earlier in the week
           MDC Alliance has till close of Friday to file court challenge to Zimbabwe poll       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The opposition party says the vote result was rigged and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s narrow victory was due to a falsified vote count
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          Zimbabwe's Chamisa files challenge to election result in court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, he wrote on Twitter, a move that would delay Mnangagwa's inauguration that had been slated for this Sunday.

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Zimbabwe's opposition challenges results of 1st post-Mugabe election in court, alleging fraud

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The Latest: Zimbabwe opposition challenges election in court, alleging fraud; seeks fresh vote

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          Zimbabwe election: MDC's Chamisa mounts legal challenge against result      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Top opposition leader Nelson Chamisa files a legal challenge against the 30 July election result.
          Zambia deports top Zimbabwe opponent Biti, defying court order: lawyer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Zambia deports top Zimbabwe opponent Biti, defying court order: lawyerZambian authorities on Thursday defied a court order stopping them from deporting top Zimbabwe opposition figure Tendai Biti, handing him to police across the border, his lawyer said. "They have defied the court order to allow him to seek asylum and as I am speaking to you right now he has been handed over to the Zimbabwean police," lawyer Gilbert Phiri told AFP. Zambian authorities swiftly refused him asylum, but Phiri said Biti's legal team had managed to challenge the decision, keeping Biti in Zambia.



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Marjorie Ngwenya became the first non-British-based person to be appointed president-elect of the UK’s Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. She has served in various positions in companies such as Old Mutual, Liberty Group South Africa and Deloitte United Kingdom.

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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Zimbabwe's main opposition party on Friday filed a legal challenge to the results of the country's first election without Robert...
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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - The Latest on Zimbabwe's election (all times local):5:20 p.m.Zimbabwe's main opposition party has filed a legal challenge to the...
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HARARE, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's...
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Zimbabwe's MDC opposition party lodged a court bid Friday to overturn the results of presidential elections that it alleges were rigged to ensure victory for...
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           Zimbabwe opposition on deadline to appeal election result       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's defeated opposition faced a deadline Friday to file its legal challenge to try to overturn the July 30 election result, which has been mired in...
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Zimbabwe's main opposition party on Friday was filing a legal challenge to the results of the country's first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot.
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South Africa's captain has said that the priority for him right now is to get his shoulder as strong as possible in the lead-up to a busy winter and the World Cup
          Comment on Zim cement imports low:PPC by Mpopota      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Not only was Zimbabwe the breadbasket of Africa we could also supply the cement to build Cabora Basa. What has gone wrong since 1980?
          Comment on Tycoon primes Zim for growth  by Mpopota      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A railway line from Shamva to Moatize would achieve only one objective. China could rob Zimbabwe of its mineral wealth far quicker than at present.
          Zimbabwe inauguration delayed amid court challenge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The presidential inauguration of Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa has been delayed amid a court challenge over his election victory.
          Zimbabwe's opposition leader Chamisa wants court to declare him winner or call fresh election - lawyer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa wants the Constitutional Court to declare him winner or call fresh elections, his lawyer said on Friday, minutes after filing a court challenge against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory.

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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, he wrote on Twitter, a move that would delay Mnangagwa's inauguration that had been slated for this Sunday.

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Tendai Biti claims heavily armed masked men forced him to return across the border

A senior opposition politician forcibly returned to Zimbabwe after being refused asylum in neighbouring Zambia has accused state security officials of carrying out an illegal abduction overseas.

Tendai Biti, a former finance minister and senior figure in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), appeared in court in Harare on Thursday to be charged over his alleged role in last week’s post-election protests.

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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a Constitutional Court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, he wrote on Twitter.

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LIVE-Panorama-Multivision von Michael Fleck

Wer hat nicht schon mal von spannenden Safaris und grandiosen Sonnenuntergängen in der afrikanischen Savanne geträumt? - In den weltberühmten Tierparks Südafrikas sehen sie diese atemberaubende Tierwelt und nach der Safari lassen sie den Tag auf der Veranda einer Lodge mit einem Sundowner ausklingen. - Sehnsucht? - In Südafrika wird dieser Traum schnell zur Wirklichkeit.

Der Fotograf und Abenteurer Michael Fleck lebt diesen Traum seit den frühen 90er Jahren mit seiner Familie. Von den drei letzten, seiner vielen Reisen ins südliche Afrika berichtet Michael Fleck in seiner neusten LIVE-Multivison. Hier erlebt der Zuschauer hautnah das authentische Afrika. Einfühlsam und mitreißend berichtet der Landeskenner über die vielfältige Tierwelt, die fröhlichen Menschen und die großartigen Landschaften. Auf abenteuerlichen Touren waren die Flecks mit dem Geländewagen, zu Fuß und per Pferdetrecking tief in Afrika unterwegs. Südafrika ist bunt, abwechslungsreich und überraschend. Die lebendige Metropole Kapstadt begeistert mit ihrem positiven Lebensgefühl. Mit dem Tafelberg und der Kaphalbinsel ist sie eingebettet in einer spektakulären Landschaft. Gleich nebenan liegt Stellenbosch, das Mekka für Weinliebhaber. Der Krüger Nationalpark ist bekannt für seine atemberaubende Tiervielfalt, aber auch Safaris in den vielen kleineren Naturreservaten im ganzen Land bieten überaus spannende Möglichkeiten zur Tierbeobachtung. Strauße, Wale, Elefanten, Büffel, Löwen, Leoparden und Nashörner sind nicht nur in ihrer natürlichen Umgebung zu beobachten, hier wird aktiver Artenschutz betrieben. Exemplarisch berichtet Michael Fleck über die erfolgreichen Maßnahmen zum Schutz der vom Aussterben bedrohten Nashörner.

Das Land am südlichen Ende Afrikas hat aber noch weit mehr zu bieten - hier blüht einem was! Im südafrikanischen Frühling kommt es in der normalerweise trockenen und wüstenähnlichen Region des Namaqualandes zu einem unglaublichen Farbenspiel. Ganze Landstriche sind jetzt gelborange, die Wildblumen blühen! Freiheitsgefühl pur erlebt man auch auf der Route 62. Sie führt über spektakuläre Bergpässe durch die reizvolle Halbwüste der Kleinen Karoo nach Oudtshorn, dem weltweiten Zentrum der Straußenzucht. Die Wüstenregionen stehen im Kontrast zur 3.000 Kilometer langen Küste, ein wahres Paradies für Meeresbewohner. Ganz besonders die Garden Route ist durch die üppige Vegetation und schroffen Kliffs, eine der spektakulärsten Küstenabschnitte.

Über den legendären Sani Pass fuhren die Flecks mit ihrem Geländewagen rauf ins Königreich Lesotho. Auf einer abenteuerlichen Treckingtour mit Pferden ritten sie dort über fast 3000 m hohe Pässe in entlegenste Bergdörfer. An der Grenze zu Namibia ist der abgelegene Richtersveld Nationalpark das Ziel einer strapaziösen, aber landschaftlich genialen Allradstrecke mit dem Geländewagen. Ein Abstecher nach Simbabwe zu den Ruinen von Great Zimbabwe und dem Matobos Nationalpark zeigt die grandiose Landschaft, aber auch die aktuelle, problematische Situation im Land.

Brillante Fotografien im 3:1 Panoramaformat und spektakuläre Videosequenzen, durch den Einsatz von Drohnen und Aktionkameras, lassen den Zuschauer mitten im Geschehen sein. In zweijähriger Produktionszeit entstand ein Portrait Südafrikas, das so umfassend ist, dass es selbst Landeskenner überrascht und begeistert.


          Zimbabwe opposition leader's arrest "clearly harassment": Human Rights Watch      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hopes of Zimbabweans for a brighter future after Robert Mugabe's despotic 37-year rule seem dashed. Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch says the arrest of opposition leader Tendai Biti is political persecution and the ZANU-PF Government is "using the same old tactics of repression and brutality."
          Bestrider valget i Zimbabwe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Opposisjonen i Zimbabwe har levert inn en formell klage på presidentvalget 30. juli, som sikret Emmerson Mnangagwa seieren. Internasjonale observatører har i all hovedsak godkjent valget, men opposisjonspartiet MDC mener at valget ble manipulert.
          Zimbabwe: the graves are already being excavated.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
When it comes to discussing Africa in general, and Southern Africa in particular,  I speak and write from the authority of having lived in South Africa for eighteen years, having visited Zimbabwe several times, and continue to view, with a…
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Zimbabwe’s main opposition alliance filed court papers challenging the results of last week’s presidential election.
          Tendai Biti granted bail in Zimbabwe after Zambia deportation; Mnangagwa claims intervention      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwean opposition politician Tendai Biti, thwarted in a bid to seek asylum in Zambia, was charged with public violence in a court in his home country and released on bail.
          Deportation of Tendai Biti bad for Zambia’s image – HH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
87 ViewsHakainde Hichilema has strongly condemned the decision by the PF government to hand over asylum-seeking Zimbabwean opposition leader Tendai Biti to his country’s authorities, describing it as a total disregard for international law and human rights. The UPND leader says the manner in which Biti was ejected from the country has dented Zambia’s reputation as […]
          Zimbabwen oppositiojohtaja ei anna periksi: Oikeuskanne syyttää vaalivilpistä      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oppositiojohtaja Nelson Chamisa haluaa maan perustuslakituomioistuimen joko nimittävän hänet vaalien voittajaksi tai järjestämään uudet vaalit.
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Nedbank customers will not be able to do many banking services on (this) Sunday morning due to a planned system maintenance by the bank. The maintenance will be carried out from 2 am to 5 am. During that time customers will fail to use services like Nedbank Point of Sale devices (Swiping), Mobile Banking, ZIPIT and […]

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          Zimbabwe's Chamisa challenges election result in court, inauguration halted      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, halting Mnangagwa's inauguration that had been due on Sunday.

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Tendai Biti, figure de l'opposition zimbabwéenne à Harare, le 9 août 2018 AFP Jekesai NJIKIZANA

Minuit dernier délai: l'opposition zimbabwéenne devait déposer un recours vendredi, d

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Le leader de l'opposition zimbabwéenne Nelson Chamisa, le 3 août 2018 à Harare AFP Luis TATO

Les spécialistes du Zimbabwe sont unanimes: le pays est en "eaux troubles" et pouvoir comme opposition doivent gérer une situation

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          Zimbabwe : Zimbabwe: Los sindicatos denuncian violaciones de los derechos humanos en la violencia postelectoral      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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South Africa's captain has said that the priority for him right now is to get his shoulder as strong as possible in the lead-up to a busy winter and the World Cup
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Il candidato uscito sconfitto dalle presidenziali, Nelson Chamisa, ha depositato presso la Corte Costituzionale il reclamo contro i risultati delle elezioni. Ci vorranno 14 giorni per la delibera della Corte


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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
          Opposition i Zimbabwe starter retssag om valgsvindel      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Anklager om valgsvindel i Zimbabwe er formelt blev meldt til landets domstole, oplyser oppositionen.
          Au Zimbabwe, l'opposition conteste la victoire de Mnangagwa devant la Cour constitutionnelle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
L'opposition zimbabwéenne a déposé un recours, vendredi, devant la Cour constitutionnelle pour contester la victoire d'Emmerson Mnangagwa à la présidentielle du 30 juillet.
          Zimbabwe ruling party confident Chamisa has no case after election challenge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
President Emmerson Mnangagwa's ruling ZANU-PF party said on Friday it was confident that Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa had no case after he challenged presidential election results in court.

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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a Constitutional Court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, he wrote on Twitter.
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HARARE: Zimbabwe's defeated opposition faced a deadline Friday (Aug 10) to file its legal challenge to try to overturn the Jul 30 election result, which has been mired in fraud allegations and a government crackdown on opponents. The MDC party alleges that the vote result was rigged and President ...
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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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Zimbabwe_Elections_25449Zimbabwe's main opposition party on Friday filed a legal challenge to the results of the country's first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot, alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for their candidate Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
          Présidentielle au Zimbabwe : l’investiture de Mnangagwa « suspendue » jusqu’à la décision de la Cour constitutionnelle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
L’opposition a saisi la Cour constitutionnelle après l’élection présidentielle du 30 juillet, qui a désigné Emmerson Mnangagwa vainqueur.
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          Oppositie Zimbabwe vecht uitslag presidentsverkiezingen aan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

De belangrijkste oppositiepartij van Zimbabwe vecht de uitslag van de presidentsverkiezingen van 30 juli aan. Advocaten van de MDC hebben bij de rechtbank stukken ingediend waaruit zou blijken dat de verkiezingen zijn gemanipuleerd. Ze deden dat vlak voor het verstrijken van de deadline.

Vorige week donderdag verklaarde de kiescommissie dat president Mnangagwa van de regerende ZANU-PF-partij de verkiezingen had gewonnen. Volgens de officiële uitslag had Mnangangwa 50,8 procent van de stemmen gekregen en zijn belangrijkste tegenstander, MDC-leider Chamisa, 44,3 procent.

De inauguratie van Mnangagwa, die voor zondag was gepland, moet nu worden uitgesteld. De rechtbank heeft veertien dagen om te reageren.

Oppositieleider aangeklaagd

Gisteren maakte een belangrijke leider van de oppositie, Tendai Biti, bekend dat Chamisa de echte winnaar was van de verkiezingen. Hij werd daarop in staat van beschuldiging gesteld wegens het verspreiden van een onofficiële verkiezingsuitslag en wegens aanzetten tot geweld.

Biti vluchtte in verband met de beschuldigingen naar Zambia, maar dat land leverde hem uit aan Zimbabwaanse veiligheidstroepen. De UNHCR en diverse landen, waaronder de Verenigde Staten, hebben hun ernstige bezorgdheid geuit.

Legergeweld

Dit waren de eerste verkiezingen waaraan oud-president Mugabe niet deelnam. Hij nam in november ontslag na een militaire machtsovername, en veel Zimbabwanen waren euforisch bij zijn vertrek, na tientallen jaren van economische en politieke verlamming.

Maar twee dagen na de verkiezingen openden militairen in de hoofdstad Harare het vuur op demonstranten bij een betoging tegen het uitblijven van de uitslag. Zes mensen kwamen om het leven. Volgens Amnesty International was dat geweld buitenproportioneel.


          Au Zimbabwe, l’opposition conteste la victoire de Mnangagwa devant la Cour constitutionnelle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

L'opposition zimbabwéenne a déposé un recours, vendredi, devant la Cour constitutionnelle pour contester la victoire d'Emmerson Mnangagwa à la présidentielle du 30 juillet.

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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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On Friday the Movement for Democratic Change, opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa's party, filed an objection to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory. "We have a good case and cause!!" Chamisa said.
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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, halting Mnangagwa's planned Sunday inauguration.

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27-year-old Brian Konzo’s life came to an untimely end after his 31-year-old brother suspected to be mentally challenged stabbed him to death in Zimbabwe.

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          Inauguracja prezydenta przesunięta. Zimbabwe czeka na wyrok trybunału      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zaplanowana na niedzielę inauguracja prezydenta Zimbabwe Emmersona Mnangagwy została odroczona, bo lider opozycji Nelson Chamisa zakwestionował w Trybunale Konstytucyjnym wyniki wyborów - poinformował w piątek minister sprawiedliwości Ziyambi Ziyambi.
          MDC challenges election results in court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nelson Chamisa

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party on Friday was filing a legal challenge to the results of the country’s first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot.

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Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa casts his vote at polling station during Zimbabwe General Elections on July 30, 2018 in Harare. (Photo by Zinyange AUNTONY / AFP) (Photo credit should read ZINYANGE AUNTONY/AFP/Getty Images)

Zimbabwe’s opposition faced a deadline Friday to file its legal challenge to try to overturn the July 30 election result, which has been mired in fraud allegations and a government crackdown on opponents.

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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
          Life in Zimbabwe Without Mugabe: Few Jobs and Little Cash      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The peaceful elections last month after the coup that removed President Robert Mugabe from power injected optimism into a nation that has been economically isolated. Prosperity, though, remains elusive for now, our video shows.
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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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Minister for Africa statement on violence and human rights violations in Zimbabwe
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          Zimbabwe's Chamisa challenges election result; inauguration halted      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, halting Mnangagwa's planned Sunday inauguration.

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Zimbabwe opposition lodges appeal against election result
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Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) opposition party lodged a court bid on Friday to overturn the results of presidential elections that it alleges were rigged to ensure victory for Robert Mugabe's successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa. The MDC ...
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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, halting Mnangagwa's planned Sunday inauguration.

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President Emmerson Mnangagwa's ruling ZANU-PF party said on Friday it was confident that Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa had no case after he challenged presidential election results in court.

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Zimbabwe election: Inauguration delayed after result challenged
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Sunday's inauguration of Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been halted after a legal challenge by the opposition against the election result. MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says he has evidence to show that he was cheated out of the 30 July ...
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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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On Friday the Movement for Democratic Change, opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa's party, filed an objection to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory. "We have a good case and cause!!" Chamisa said.
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Harare, Zimbabwe, Aug 10 – Zimbabwe’s defeated opposition faced a deadline Friday to file its legal challenge to try to overturn the July 30 election result, which has been mired in fraud allegations and a government crackdown on opponents. The MDC party alleges that the vote result was rigged and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s narrow victory […]
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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - August 10, 2018

(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)


Trump's official signing of the ZIDERA amendment bill was announced yesterday, August 8th.


https://news.pindula.co.zw/2018/08/09/us-president-trump-signs-zidera-amendment-into-law/


The official announcement can be found on the White House website.


https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/president-donald-j-trump-signs-s-2779-law/


On the same day, the Cabal fabricated disinformation about the ZIDERA amendment bill.


http://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com/2018/08/zimbabwe-us-government-intensifies.html


The post-election violence in Zimbabwe was a successful psychological operation designed to draw out Cabal actors within the government.


The official signing of the ZIDERA amendment bill now means all Zimbabwe bond notes will be converted into legal tender.


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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, halting Mnangagwa's inauguration that had been due on Sunday.

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L'opposant zimbabwéen Nelson Chamisa a annoncé vendredi qu'il avait saisi la Cour constitutionnelle pour contester la victoire d'Emmerson Mnangagwa à l'élection présidentielle du 30 juillet dernier. La ...
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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, filed a Constitutional Court challenge on Friday against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, halting the incumbent’s inauguration set for Sunday.
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In the tumultuous two weeks surrounding Zimbabwe's presidential election --the country's first since the ouster of longtime strongman Robert Mugabe --opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has made no secret of what he thinks of its results. Describing them as "unverified," "inflated" and outright "fake," Chamisa has repeatedly rejected the formal tally that handed a victory to President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Now, Chamisa's party has made his objections official.

The Movement for Democratic Change filed a legal challenge to the election results Friday, with just minutes to spare before its deadline to do so — and with three days to go before Mnangagwa's previously scheduled inauguration. The party's lawyers allege widespread voting irregularities and have called for new elections or for their candidate, Chamisa, to be declared the winner.

"We have a good case and cause!!" Chamisa tweeted Friday.

The move marks a crucial development in the dispute that has roiled Zimbabwe virtually since the moment polls opened in the election. The vote was heralded as the country's opportunity to finally escape the long shadow of Mugabe. Mugabe had governed with an increasingly iron fist during Zimbabwe's nearly four decades as an independent country — until the nonagenarian leader resigned last year under pressure from the military and Mnangagwa, a former ally in the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front.

Mnangagwa, 75, took his place at the top and entered the elections as the incumbent president, running as a forward-looking candidate ready for a break with the country's authoritarian past.

Events of the past week have reminded many of the old Zimbabwe, however.

Before Mnangagwa was declared the victor — officially getting just over half the vote, besting Chamisa's 44 percent — Zimbabweans waited days to learn the results from the country's election commission. During that time, security forces fired live rounds on restive demonstrators angry with the long wait, killing at least six of them. Soldiers also patrolled the streets of Harare, and police raided the MDC's headquarters prior to the commission's announcement.

And after the election, Tendai Biti, a leading opposition official who had denounced the results, was arrested and charged with fomenting violence.

"We have documented groups of armed uniformed soldiers on a rampage, plainclothes police and also unidentified gunmen targeting senior opposition officials," Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch told NPR's Eyder Peralta on Thursday.

At virtually every step, Mnangagwa has sought to publicly distance himself from the security apparatus he controls, including saying Friday that he personally intervened to see to Biti's release — after several international observers expressed their dismay at his treatment, including the U.S. State Department.

"The United States government is gravely concerned by credible reports of numerous detentions, beatings, and other abuses of Zimbabweans over the past week, particularly targeting opposition activists," department spokesperson Heather Nauert said in a statement Thursday. "There should be no role for violence, intimidation, or harassment in the new Zimbabwe."

Now, Mnangagwa's inauguration is on hold.

"On the basis of the evidence we have placed before the court, we seek in the main relief to the effect that the court should declare the proper winner and the proper winner is my client," Chamisa's lawyer Thabani Mpofu told reporters after filing the paperwork Friday, according to Reuters.

"In the alternative, we seek that there be another election which complies with the dictates of the law. There is no inauguration that will take place until the matter is determined by the court."

The Constitutional Court has two weeks to weigh the opposition's petition and render a decision. That decision is to be considered final.

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The inauguration of Mnangagwa is delayed after the opposition coalition files a legal challenge to election results.

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The inauguration of Mnangagwa is delayed after the opposition coalition files a legal challenge to election results.

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Zimbabwe's Opposition Challenges Election Results in Court
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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's main opposition party on Friday filed a legal challenge to the results of the country's first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot, alleging "gross mathematical errors" and calling for a fresh vote or a ...
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The inauguration of Mnangagwa is delayed after the opposition coalition files a legal challenge to election results.
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In the tumultuous two weeks surrounding Zimbabwe's presidential election --the country's first since the ouster of longtime strongman Robert Mugabe --opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has made no secret of what he thinks of its results. Describing them as "unverified," "inflated" and outright "fake," Chamisa has repeatedly rejected the formal tally that handed a victory to President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Now, Chamisa's party has made his objections official. The Movement for Democratic Change filed a legal challenge to the election results Friday, with just minutes to spare before its deadline to do so — and with three days to go before Mnangagwa's previously scheduled inauguration. The party's lawyers allege widespread voting irregularities and have called for new elections or for their candidate, Chamisa, to be declared the winner. "We have a good case and cause!!" Chamisa tweeted Friday . The move marks a crucial development in the dispute that has roiled Zimbabwe virtually since the
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The Movement for Democratic Change is alleging irregularities and calling for a fresh vote or for Nelson Chamisa to be declared the winner.
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Zimbabwe's MDC opposition party lodged a court bid Friday to overturn the results of presidential elections that it alleges were rigged to ensure victory for Robert Mugabe's successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa.


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