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President Mugabe’s Acceptance Speech To The African Union: ‘Let’s Fully Harness...

AFRICANGLOBE - Full text of the Acceptance Speech by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Chairman of Sadc, Cde R. G. Mugabe, on being confirmed as the Chairman of the African Union at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Jan. 30, 2015

President Mugabe Takes Charge Of The African Union

AFRICANGLOBE - President Mugabe recently assumed the chairmanship of the African Union when the 24th Ordinary Session of the General Assembly opened in Addis Ababa, despite spirited opposition from his and Zimbabwe’s traditional enemies.

President Mugabe, The Ultimate African Hero

AFRICANGLOBE - “I have always been interested in the socio-political economic developments in Zimbabwe. "The land reform and economic indigenisation policies of the country fascinate me. My fascination is shared by other Africans. There is secretive, envious admiration for those policies."

Heroes Welcome For Robert Mugabe In Zambia

AFRICANGLOBE - President Mugabe received a hero’s reception at the inauguration of Zambia’s sixth President Edgar Lungu at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka yesterday. At the inauguration, more than 40,000 Zambians gave President Mugabe an uproarious welcome.

Zimbabwe: What Does 2015 Hold

AFRICANGLOBE - In Zimbabwe the coming year holds fascinating promise. I estimate that up to $20 billion in various projects ranging from steel manufacture, to base metal and precious metal production on a large scale as well as major investment in agriculture and infrastructure and tourism ($3.5 billion in the Victoria Falls alone) are simply waiting for the right signals from Harare.

Zimbabwe: A Continuum Of Anti-Imperialist Struggles

AFRICANGLOBE - A Fine Madness is a book that intertwines Zimbabwe’s anti-imperialist struggles for autonomy through highlighting epitaphs of the war of liberation and the country’s incursions in the Democratic Republic of Congo conflict. Part prose and part poetic, the book comes out as a continuum narrative of the struggles undertaken by Zimbabwe in its trajectory to assert notjust its own independence but that of other African countries.

President Mugabe Fires More Cabinet Ministers

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Sunday decided to relieve seven more government officials of their posts. Mugabe's Chief Secretary, Misheck Sibanda, said the decision would take immediate effect.

Mugabe Sacks Vice President, Ministers In Zimbabwe Purge

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe’s vice president, once seen as Robert Mugabe’s heir apparent, has been fired along with eight cabinet allies, the government said Tuesday as the veteran leader purged his rivals. As the head of state sought to quell infighting over his successor, the chief secretary to the cabinet, Misheck Sibanda, said in a terse statement that Joice Mujuru had been fired.

Zimbabwe State Media Accuses High Level ZANU-PF Officials Of Treason

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe’s Vice-President Joice Mujuru could be fighting the biggest challenge of her political career – a treason charge – following allegations that she was the mastermind behind a plot to assassinate President Robert Mugabe.

Zimbabwe: Plot To Assassinate Robert Mugabe?

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe's state-owned newspaper 'The Sunday Mail' has reported that the Vice President Joice Mujuru was at the centre of a plot to assassinate President Mugabe. The story claims further that a Cabinet minister who is Joice Mujuru's ally "made contingencies for such a scenario during recent meetings with potential hitmen in South Africa and Israel."

World Must Honor President Mugabe

AFRICANGLOBE - President Mugabe deserves to be honoured by the progressive world for consistently standing up to the oppressive hegemony. At the recent UN General Assembly meeting, President Mugabe openly challenged the Western alliance.

President Mugabe Exposes Western Hypocrisy

AFRICANGLOBE - Addressing the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly here yesterday, President Mugabe did not echo the platitudes of Western leaders who pontificated about the “war on terror” and the situation in Iraq and Syria where US-created and sponsored groups have turned weapons against their settler benefactors,

Mega Deals: An Opportunity For Economic Emancipation In Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe, having realised the West’s devilish approach towards hegemonic dominance of small nations over their natural resources, is now on the road to progress and there should be no time for complacency or easy optimism. What is of great economic importance is that Zimbabwe has finally seen the need to move hand in glove with the emerging economic powerhouses of the world.

Zimbabwe On The Rise: World Economic Forum

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe economy has maintained steady growth, slightly improving this year compared to last year’s ranking, the World Economic Forum has revealed.

Robert Mugabe Is The World’s Poorest President?

AFRICANGLOBE - Contrary to western media claims that President Robert Mugabe is a billionaire, having creamed off the country's coffers over the 34 years he has led Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwean leader is actually the world's poorest president...

Zimbabwe: $533 Million Kariba Power Project Begins

AFRICANGLOBE - President Mugabe yesterday commissioned the construction of the US$533 million Kariba South Power Extension Project expected to generate an additional 300MW by 2017. The project had been on the cards for years with its implementation hampered by the shortage of foreign currency among other obstacles.