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Inzwa Weekly Audio Magazine: September 22 - 28, 2009
September 22, 2009

Fresh shares a round up of local, regional and international news daily

Listen - Monday 28 September
Shoprite South Africa mulls purchase of OK Zimbabwe; immoral to repay international debt when government can't pay teachers, Minister says; civil society losing confidence in unity government.


Listen - Sunday 27 September
GAPWUZ repots over 66,000 black farm workers and their families homeless in latest wave of farm disruptions. Grace Mugabe sells up to 1 million litres of milk to Nestle a year.


Listen - Saturday 26 September
Comrade Fatso says in 1980 Zanu PF merely took over the master's house and painted it black, ZLHR says ZPP's Jestina Mukoko ruling expected Monday, Mugabe's farming empire stalls Zimbabwe's recovery.


Listen - Friday 25 September
Robert Mugabe calls land reform "best thing that could have evere happened to an African country," NCA calls constitution making process window-dressing, police hunt MDC Security Director, Kingdom Meikles shareholder meeting ordered postponed by courts.


Listen - Thursday 24 September
Harare woman killed in demonstration against closure of Mbare market stalls, water challenges at UZ continue, ZINASU reports, Padare hosts drop-in counselling services.


Listen - Wednesday 23 September
Police assault WOZA demonstrators in Bulawayo, Biti and Gono clash over IMF credit line, National Healing Minister Holland says justice for victims a key requirement for reconciliation, Parliament owes more than $400,000 in unpaid bills, Zimbabwe teachers call off strike.

  Listen - Tuesday 22 September
WOZA demonstrates to commemorate International Peace Day, killings in Chiadzwa diamond fileds continue, John Makumbe says MDC should solict view on how to "make the GNU work," not ask Zimbabweans whether it should be abandoned.
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