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  S. African observers back Mugabe win  The Southern Africans: The vote reflected the will of the people, but other monitors said it was neither free nor fair Zimbabwe braced for strike action  2-day general strike is called by opposition groups in protest at a huge number of arrests   Mugabe defends razings, few strike  President has defended the razing of shantytowns as an opposition-backed strike failed to gain wide support Demolitions extended to rural areas  The police has extended the destruction of informal homes and businesses from the cities to rural areas Evicted moved to 'transit camp'
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  Mugabe seeks 'huge' poll victory  Zimbabweans are due to vote in parliamentary elections in which the ruling Zanu-PF party is expected to win Opposition lead early  Movement for Democratic change has won 9 out of the first 10 parliamentary seats Opposition: election 'being rigged'   Mugabe wins criticized election
Election date announced Zimbabwe expats lose vote battle  Supreme Court has thrown out a request by a group of Seven UK-based expatriates to vote in March elections   EU condemns Zimbabwe election


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  President Mugabe said he had no fear of Thursday's parliamentary election
 
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April 2005 ... more > Top ^
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  President's ruling party has secured a majority in parliamentary elections, getting 55 of 120 elected seats
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  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence
Jun.25     AU stand on Zimbabwe criticised  EU head Jose Manuel Barroso is disappointed by the African Union's response to the demolitions campaign Jun.26   U.N. envoy to inspect clean-up  Anna Tibaijuka, head of U.N. Habitat, is to investigate an 'urban renewal campaign' that has destroyed the homes

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Jul.22     U.N. slams Zimbabwe destruction
  U.N. report: Destruction of urban slums is a disastrous venture that has left 700,000 people without homes or jobs Jul.24     S Africa 'might pay Harare debt'  President Mbeki has indicated South Africa might repay some of Zimbabwe's foreign debts

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.18     Ruling party presses constitution changes   Planned overhaul is ignoring a protest march by 10 singing opposition lawmakers through downtown Harare Aug.20   Secret film of 'squalor'
  Amnesty International has released a secretly-shot film, showing the squalid aftermath of slum clearances
Aug.21   Lions kill Zimbabwe park visitor  A pride of lions attacked and killed a Japanese 50-year-old woman at the Lion and Cheetah Park at Norton

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Sep.8     IMF to debate Zimbabwe expulsion  International Monetary Fund officials meet to decide whether to expel Zimbabwe because of unpaid debts

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Oct.17   UN delegates cheer Mugabe tirade  Zimbabwean President has drawn applause for a speech denouncing Blair and Bush at a UN event in Rome

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   Zimbabwe admits 'errors' on land  A minister has said that many of those given land know little about farming and this has led to food shortages Nov.20   Mugabe reveals uranium power plan  Deposits of uranium have been unearthed in Zimbabwe Nov.23   Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US
  The United States has widened sanctions, freezing the assets of 128 people and 33 institutions


December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.9   Mugabe verbally attacks UN envoy
  President called Jan Egeland 'a liar' for saying humanitarian conditions in Zimbabwe are nearing meltdown





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