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Zimbabwe Seeks Extradition Of American Poacher Over Lion’s Death

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe has called for the extradition of Walter Palmer, the poacher from Minnesota who has gone into hiding amid a global outpouring of anger after he shot dead Cecil the lion.

Zimbabwe Issues Arrest Warrant For American Poacher Who Murdered And Decapitated...

AFRICANGLOBE - An American poacher is being sought in connection with a case that has drawn international attention -- the killing of Cecil the lion -- Zimbabwean officials said Tuesday. The man suspected in Cecil's death is Walter James Palmer of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, according to Johnny Rodrigues, head of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force.

Zimbabwe’s ‘Iconic’ Lion Cecil Murdered By American Animal Killer

AFRICANGLOBE - An American animal killer paid a $55,000 bribe to wildlife guides to kill an “iconic” lion in Zimbabwe. The lion, named Cecil, was shot with a crossbow and rifle, before being beheaded and skinned, he added.

Is Namibia Heading Towards A Zimbabwe Style Land Reclamation?

AFRICANGLOBE - Namibia could be in for torrid times as a new political movement Affirmative Repositioning escalates its efforts to expropriate productive land currently in the hands of white invaders. The organisation has called for mass expropriation on the 31st of July, 2015. This could be another Zimbabwe unfolding that could see another group of Africans reclaim their stolen land from white settlers.

Mugabe Not To Blame For Zimbabwe’s Problems

AFRICANGLOBE - The problems in Zimbabwe are not caused by President Robert Mugabe but by "capital", EFF leader Julius Malema said on Thursday. "President Mugabe is the only leader who knows for the real change to come, Africans will have to go through the necessary pain, exactly what Zimbabweans are going through now," he told reporters in Johannesburg.

Why Iran Wants To Help Beef Up Zimbabwe’s Military

AFRICANGLOBE - Iran has guns and expertise. Zimbabwe has uranium and diamonds. Both are targets of Western militarism. It’s a heaven-made match in a world of crushing international sanctions. Both countries are subject to crushing Western-backed sanctions. Both are revolutionary governments condemned for their human rights records, and isolated from world politics. Small surprise, then, that Iran and Zimbabwe have a lot in common and recently announced a defense agreement.

Prosperity Churches Warrant Taxation

AFRICANGLOBE - Recently Zimbabwe's Commissioner of Taxes made a ground-breaking statement. He said that religious organisations are going to be taxed. Zimra is now working on the legislative framework which will be ready by November. Some people screamed that the Government of Zimbabwe was getting desperate. That may be so. But is taxing churches a sign of desperation or just a sensible response to the proliferation of so-called prophets and pastors who are more celebrity than men of cloth?

Zimbabwean Soldier Moves To Evict White Farmer

AFRICANGLOBE - A Zimbabwean soldier has reportedly moved to evict a white farmer who owns the Denlynian Game Ranch with his South African children in Beitbridge, Zimbabwe.

U.S. Behind Regime Change Bid In Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - With overwhelming evidence pointing to the United States’ ploy to foist regime change in Zimbabwe, it is somewhat condescending for that country’s ambassador Bruce Wharton to deny his country’s unquestionable culpability. In an interview with NewsDay last week, Ambassador Wharton said his country had never followed any regime change policy on Zimbabwe.

Russian Investment In Zimbabwe To Surpass $4bn

AFRICANGLOBE - The platinum project is the single largest investment in Zimbabwe since independence. When complete, output will surpass the combined production capacity of the three major platinum mines – Mimosa, Zimplats and Unki. Said Higer: “We’re talking about one of the biggest worldwide platinum projects in partnership between Russia and Zimbabwe.

America Bids For Civil Unrest In Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - The United States right-wing establishment is planning civil unrest in Zimbabwe which it says could occur “in the coming 12 to 18 months”. A memorandum dated March 2015, titled “Political Instability in Zimbabwe: Contingency Planning Memorandum No. 23” prepared by the Council on Foreign Relations, details the role the US will play in the violence and how it will seek to influence Zimbabwe’s neighbours, China and the European Union in abetting regime change.

We Will Never Kneel To The West – Robert Mugabe

AFRICANGLOBE - “We don’t want a system that reduces us to labourers, no, we want to be participants in our economy; to be owners of our economy, to assert that the natural resources are ours, they’re our worth and they should be developed with assistance yes, but assistance that does not reduce us into semi-slavery,”

Analysts Hail Zimbabwe’s Nationalization Of Diamond Production

AFRICANGLOBE - Diamond firms are today expected to respond to an ultimatum by Zimbabwe's Government to merge into a conglomerate in a move economic analysts have said should promote accountability and transparency in their operations.

Zimbabwe: Government Nationalizes Diamond Mining

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean government will bring all diamond mining operations in the country under one firm in which the State will have a 50 percent shareholding, Mines Minister Walter Chidhakwa announced on Thursday, adding that the miners have until Monday to accept the proposal.

Billionaire Isabel Dos Santos Has Her Eyes On Yet Another Telecom...

AFRICANGLOBE - Africa’s youngest female billionaire and Angola’s richest woman, Isabel Dos Santos, is reportedly keen to takeover struggling Zimbabwean mobile phone company, Telecel Zimbabwe. “Isabel is interested in taking over telecoms giant Telecel Zimbabwe as it emerges political bigwigs in the southern Africa nation are pushing for ouster of Telecel Zimbabwe founding shareholder James Makamba,” read a report by the Zimbabwe Independent newspaper.

Zimbabwe: The Many Faces Of Western Regime Change Agenda

AFRICANGLOBE - The US and some of its Western allies orchestrated the assassination of the revolutionary leader Patrice Lumumba. Furthermore, the military overthrow of Ghana’s leader Kwame Nkrumah in 1966 had Western imprints all over. In fact the list of Western interventions across the world, especially that of the US is endless.