Mixed Reactions on EU/Zim political dialogue

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa On Wednesday, Zimbabwe and the European Union (EU) launched a formal dialogue process based on Article 8 of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement which governs relations between member states of the African-Caribbean-Pacific regions and the EU. The launch comes at a time the country is reeling from a worsening political and economic crisis …

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Just In: Zim, EU Launch Formal Political Dialogue

The Zimbabwean government and the European Union today launched the formal  Political dialogue which is expected to improve the relations between the two countries. Speaking at the launch of the dialogue, Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary, James Manzou, said the dialogue followed three years of informal exchange between the two institutions. “I’m delighted that after three …

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Parliament finally seek translators for local languages

By Daniel Chigundu Parliament of Zimbabwe is finally seeking the services of translators for local languages after years of empty promises. The absence of translators was reportedly making it difficult for some legislators to effectively participate in Parliament business especially in the House during debates. Though the constitution recognises about 17 local languages, Parliament was …

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MDC rival group to press ahead with extra-ordinary congress

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Former MDC-T Councillor Warship Dumba who is also a member of the Defending Morgan Tsvangirai Legacy (DMTL) says they are going ahead with preparation for the extraordinary congress. The extraordinary congress stems from the High Court judgement which nullified Nelson Chamisa’s leadership and demanded that leadership be reverted back to 2014 status. …

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