ARTICLES RELATING TO TENDAI BITI

'Controversy' over Mugabe son-in-law's new job 'deepens'

2016-10-10 06:00

Controversy surrounding the hiring of President Robert Mugabe's son in-law as second in command at the troubled national carrier, Air Zimbabwe, is reportedly deepening, as he is alleged to be under qualified for the post.

Zimbabwe court upholds ban on anti-Mugabe protests

2016-10-05 13:05

Zimbabwe's High Court has upheld a police ban on anti-government street protests in Harare after weeks of demonstrations calling for President Robert Mugabe to step down, a lawyer says.

Zimbabwe cash crisis 'will likely fuel more demos', says rights group

2016-10-05 06:00

A worsening cash crisis in restive Zimbabwe could trigger fresh anti-government protests, a leading rights group says.

Africa top stories: Zimbabwe, Gabon, DRC

2016-09-30 17:35

Zimbabwean judge who scratched initial protests ban faces bribe allegations, US orders its nationals to leave DRC and ICC's prosecutors begin probe on Gabon's deadly unrest.

Mugabe owns at least 14 farms, Zim opposition claims

2016-09-30 11:46

Zimbabwe's opposition, the People's Democratic Party has reportedly accused President Robert Mugabe of owning more than 14 farms, in a development seen as contravening the country's constitution on land.

Mugabe, 92, can't bring Zim out of its hardships, says Botswana leader

2016-09-22 13:06

Botswana's president Ian Khama has urged Africa's oldest ruler President Robert Mugabe to leave office, saying he is too old to lead Zimbabwe out of the current hardships, reports say.

Zimbabweans criticise finance minister on social media

2016-09-10 09:31

Zimbabweans have taken to social media to express their anger after the country's finance minister announced a series of fiscal undertakings, as he admitted that the government was battling to pay civil servants.

Police won't stop our peaceful march, Zim's MDC says

2016-08-26 08:12

Zimbabwe’s main opposition parties have gone to court to block police from disrupting a march planned for Friday, the latest of a string of protests in the southern African country.

Tsvangirai joins other opposition parties in coalition talks aimed at unseating Mugabe

2016-05-03 12:48

Zimbabwe's main opposition party leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said that his party is ready to join other opposition parties in coalition talks aimed at dislodging president Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF in 2018 elections, a report says.

African resource rich countries are ‘addicts in need of rehab’

2016-02-09 13:09

Without beneficiation, value addition and industrialisation around commodities, the minerals have hardly touched communities, says former Zim minister Tendai Biti.

 

Zim opposition urges SADC, AU to push Mugabe out - report

2016-10-09 09:37

Zimbabwean opposition, the People's Democratic Party led by Tendai Biti, has urged the African Union and SADC to force President Robert Mugabe to cease power, saying he was no longer fit to run the country, a report.

'He's never run a tuck shop': Anger as Mugabe's son-in-law named COO of Air Zim

2016-10-05 11:16

Zimbabwe's bedraggled national airline has a new boss - and the fact that he is President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law has nothing to do with his appointment, apparently.

'He's buying time': Twitter roasts Mugabe over two-watch pic

2016-10-03 09:43

Does President Robert Mugabe wear two watches to keep up not just with Zimbabwean time but with the time in Singapore, a favoured destination of his?

'The people of Zimbabwe are not fools': Ex-fin min slams allegations against protest judge

2016-09-30 14:17

A high court judge who overturned a police ban on demonstrations earlier this month has now been accused of demanding a bribe, a report says.

Mugabe's UN exit threats 'reckless, undiplomatic'

2016-09-26 17:00

Zimbabwean political analysts and opposition parties have reportedly described President Robert Mugabe as "delusional" and "insane", following his utterances over the weekend that the African continent was ready to pull out of the UN if its demands for reform were not met.

Zim: Opposion leader Joice Mujuru 'taken ill'

2016-09-12 20:00

Zimbabwean former deputy president Joice Mujuru was taken to hospital over the weekeimbabwean former deputy president Joice Mujuru had to be rushed to Harare due to health concerns, a report says.

Zimbabwe faces 'imminent terror attack', police claim

2016-09-06 14:55

Police in Zimbabwe have claimed that the southern African country is facing an "imminent terror attack", hence the move by the security forces to ban all demonstrations and political rallies

Zim opposition vows to intensify calls for electoral reforms

2016-08-15 12:51

Zimbabwe's opposition political parties have vowed to intensify calls for electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 polls, a report says.

Zim to probe 7 companies over looted diamonds – VP Mnangagwa

2016-04-28 13:46

Zimbabwe’s government has launched a forensic audit of at least seven firms that operated in the Chiadzwa diamond field amid reports the country lost $15 billion of revenue.

Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe will be chaotic - politician

2015-10-27 12:18

A Zimbabwean opposition leader has reportedly warned of total collapse the day President Robert Mugabe "does not wake up".

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