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Report by David Coltart: A Brief History of the Bulawayo Legal Projects Centre

A Brief History of the Bulawayo Legal Projects Centre By David Coltart July 1994 The genesis of the Bulawayo Legal Projects Centre is found in the activities of two Zimbabwe law Students in the 1970s. Ian Donovan in the early 1970s was instrumental in setting up the Legal Aid Clinic at the then University of […]

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Claim that Mugabe not behind 80s killings ‘totally appalling': MDC

News24 Correspondent May 15 2015 Harare – A claim from Zimbabwe’s vice president ahead of crucial by-elections next month that President Robert Mugabe had nothing to do with the Gukurahundi killings in the 1980s is “totally appalling”, the opposition Movement for Democratic Change said on Friday. “It is an unmitigated insult to the victims and […]

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Zimbabweans back Floyd

Daily News By Nigel Matongorere, ACTING SPORTS EDITOR May 3 2015 Electricity supply and rolling blackouts may be an issue in the early hours of Sunday — to an extent that it may “knock out” the Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather, and Manny ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao bout from our screens — but Zimbabweans are still looking forward to […]

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Makorokoto, Amhlophe Archer Clothing

Blog by David Coltart May 1 2015 Yesterday the Mayor of Bulawayo launched Archer Clothing’s “Employment ladder” which notifies the public of the current employment levels of Archer Clothing Company at its prominent site on the Plumtree Road. The Mayor pulled the indicator up to 500, being the number of people now employed there and […]

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Zimbabwe, Zambia are ‘Siamese twins’ – Lungu

News 24 April 30 2015 Harare – Zimbabwe and Zambia are “Siamese twins” and their citizens have always worked together well, Zambian President Edgar Lungu said. Speaking as he officially opened the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo, Lungu said: “Zimbabwe occupies a special space in my heart of hearts and it was the […]

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Spotlight with David Coltart

http://www.mybulawayo.com/ April 29 2015 This week we had the privilege to catch one of the most prolific lawyers and politicians to come from Bulawayo, Senator David Coltart. He has and still is involved in various spheres of the country, in law and politics. For most people in Bulawayo, the name David Coltart may ring a […]

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Jonathan Moyo a hypocrite on xenophobia – David Coltart

Bulawayo 24 By Thobekile Zhou April 15 2015 MDC top official David Coltart has lashed out at Information minister Jonathan Moyo describing him a hypocrite over his xenophobic comments saying he cannot cherry pick what ‘types of xenophobia or racism are acceptable or not’. On Monday, ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe was quoted saying the […]

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‘Tears From Inside’ Documentary Gives A Voice To Victims Of Sexual Violence In Zimbabwe

www.bustle.com 13th March 2015 By Kirsten O’Regan A documentary that seeks to shed light on Zimbabwe’s child rape and sexual abuse crisis has just been launched in the capital city of Harare. Local producer and director Collen Magobeya made Tears from Inside in a bid to raise awareness of the country’s rampant sexual violence, and […]

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Kidnapping rattles Zim activists

Mail and Guardian By Takudzwa Munyaka 13th March 2015 The abduction this week of Zimbabwean journalist and pro-democracy activist Itai Dzamara has put activists in the country on edge. There is a widespread yet unconfirmed belief that Itai Dzamara was abducted by agents of the feared Central Intelligence Organisation. The abduction put an end to […]

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Zimsec pins hope on gridlock technology

The Standard By Phyllis Mbanje 1st March 2015 After years of being buffeted by numerous examination leakages, embarrassing boobs, and corruption scandals, the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) is desperately pinning its hopes on the electronic seals which it hopes will redeem its dented image and restore public confidence. Zimbabwe has a history of examination […]

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