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OCT 30, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Top S.African court orders probe into Zimbabwe torture

South Africa's highest court on Thursday ruled that the country's police have a duty to investigate Zimbabwean officials accused of torturing opposition supporters seven years ago. The landmark judgement by the Constitutional Court rejected an appeal by the South African Police Service against a similar ruling by a lower court and is likely to strain ties with neighbouring Zimbabwe. South ...

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OCT 29, 2014 - Sky News

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Angry Mugabe Fights To Remain Zimbabwe Leader

In a televised address, the 90-year-old blasts "mere children" who want him to resign, as his wife is tipped to succeed him.

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OCT 28, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Zimbabwe hosts first British trade delegation in '20 years'

Zimbabwe welcomed the first British trade delegation in up to 20 years on Tuesday, as the cash-strapped country said it would welcome investment from anywhere in the world. Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa hailed the visit as "the first step in our normalisation of relations between the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe." Britain -- the colonial master of Zimbabwe until 1980 -- ...

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OCT 28, 2014 - Reuters

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe skirts raging succession battle

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe opened parliament on Tuesday, steering clear of a succession struggle raging in his ZANU-PF party following his wife's sensational attempt to force his deputy out of office.

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OCT 28, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Zimbabwe doctors strike for better pay

Patients waited in long queues while others were being turned away at state hospitals in Zimbabwe on Tuesday as hundreds of doctors staged a strike to press for higher pay. Around 300 junior doctors went on strike at the lapse of a two-week ultimatum for the government to address their demands for a pay rise of around 400 percent. "The ...

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