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Rodrick Mukumbira is a Namibian journalist born in Zimbabwe. A Foster Davies Fellow to the Poynter Institute in St Petersburg, Florida, Rodrick has also worked in Botswana and Zimbabwe.
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Mugabe Seeks to Extend Term
Zimbabwean leader may amend constitution to remain after 2008
1
"Most businesses have put in place strategies to survive until 2008, when he retires," Nhamo Takafira, a Harare-based ma... >>more
2006.05.10
Teetering Zimbabwe Prints More Cash
Analysts say government looking to quell possible revolts
2
Printing presses began rolling in Zimbabwe this week to produce about ZIM$60 trillion (about US$400 million) after the g... >>more
2006.05.03
Zimbabwe Backtracks on Land Redistribution
Returning farms to whites shows Mugabe's land reforms have failed, say analysts
3
Analysts say many of the black beneficiaries have failed to lift production to the pre-2000 levels when Zimbabwe was sub... >>more
2006.04.26
Namibian Gov't Defends Expulsions
Says Pitt and Jolie deserve protection from paparazzis
4
"Since Mr. Pitt and Ms. Jolie, who are regarded as visitors to the country, were over the weekend forced to release a st... >>more
2006.04.26
Analysts Critical of Zimbabwe's Recovery Program
Say it is mere talk without realistic targets
5
"However, the problem is that they are not implemented. The NEDPP is high sounding, but the time frame that has been pro... >>more
2006.04.24
Bushmen Cry Foul Over Hoodia Trade
South African tribesmen accuse Germany of illegally selling products from the desert plant
6
The San people, romanticized as hunters-gatherers, are found in Namibia, South Africa, Angola, and Botswana. The San cal... >>more
2006.04.22
Mugabe Vows to Crush Street Protests
Threatens never to leave office by force
7
Mugabe, who last month told Tsvangirai street protests would be a "dice with death," vowed never to leave office because... >>more
2006.04.19
Namibia: Land of Contrasts
African country offers sandy dunes and coastal resorts
8
While the country's warm hospitality, wonderful accommodation, and range of activities all make Namibia an excellent hol... >>more
2006.04.18
Zimbabwean Anniversary Marred by Crises
Zimbabweans say there is nothing to celebrate
9
The vast and growing disparity between the poor and a rich elite of about five percent of the population is blamed large... >>more
2006.04.18
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