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Brexit is facing another crunch week (no, this time we really mean it)

A meaningful vote on the plan was the last remaining obstacle that separated Johnson from a performance Theresa May had so painfully escaped. The passing of the Letwin novella and Johnson's subsequent call for Brexit's delay have changed history Turning it upside down has ushered another important week in London and Brussels. That does not mean that the fight is …

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The sanctions conundrum – NewsDay Zimbabwe

"Zimbabwe's democratic processes," noted a statement by the US government in March this year. Another puzzle is that the US Government's argument that the sanctions are targeted to the police is that they are stigmatizing the ability of government officials to deal with the US and its global network of corporates and institutions. For that reason, the government of Zimbabwe …

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Zimbabweans bus to vote for Frelimo in Mozambique?

Zimbabwe's embattled opposition party MDC Deputy. Zimbabwe's embattled opposition party MDC Deputy Spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka has allged that Zimbabweans secretly voted in the Mozambique elections held on Tuesday. Said Tomborinyoka, "We have it on good authority that the Zimbabweans have been assisted in ward 11 of Mutasa Central as well as those in the Hauna Tamborinyoka could not explain more …

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What's next for Boris Johnson's Brexit Deal? | politics

What happens to the vote on the Brexit deal by Boris Johnson? The Prime Minister tried to reach a meaningful yes / no vote on his Brexit deal on Saturday, but Parliament passed an amendment denying support until the law was fully passed. Agreement was examined. This meant that he had to send a letter to the EU requesting a …

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Russia rejects "latecomer" day in Africa as it seeks a role in the Big Four

By AGGREY MUTAMBO More from this author Before the Russia-Africa summit in Sochi on 23./24. October, Russian ambassador to Kenya, Dmitri Maksimychev, spoke with Aggrey Mutambo about a range of topics Why is Russia hosting this summit? The first Russia-Africa Summit will mark a new stage in the development of our traditionally friendly relations. Russia and the African countries are …

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Boris Johnson could be held in legal contempt for Brexit's letter policy

Boris Johnson may be despised by a Scottish court after calling on EU leaders to ignore a letter extending the Brexit deadline. Lord Carloway, Scotland's oldest judge, and two other judges will hear allegations On Monday, when the Prime Minister broke a promise, he announced to the court that he would not try to sabotage the request for extra time. …

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Bulawayo ready for anti-sanctions demonstrations

BULAWAYO is in the process of becoming a member of the Southern African Development Community on Friday. Sadc, during its 39th Ordinary Summit held in Tanzania in August, declared 25 October as the solidarity day against illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe and ordered to carry out activities in their respective countries sanctions. Minister of State for Bulawayo Provincial Affairs Cde …

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SA judge rescues foreign truck driver

A judge from the South African Supreme Court has ruled against dismissing foreign truck drivers, stating that it violates their rights not to be discriminated against on the basis of their social background The Johannesburg Labor Court said on 27 September that the employment of foreign drivers would cease at the request of a forwarding agency and other local groups …

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