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According to Chinamasa, the Zimbabwe Reven In Bulawayo, this week began with a severe out of season windy and cold Monday replete with dark, none rain bearing clouds reminiscent of the misery of cold dreary winter days.

I was reminded of Charles Dickens' Bleak House, from my days at Mzilikazi High School.

This unusual weather extremity was as an unnatural and ironic a phenomenon as witnessing later in the week, my Mukanya, Saviour Kasukuwe The Zimbabwean government has reportedly taken a swipe at Botswana President Ian Khama, who this week called on ageing President Robert Mugabe to step down.

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He said the southern African country had more than enough strong leaders, who could take over from Mugabe and lead PRESIDENT Mugabe will officially open the 4th Session of Parliament on October 4.

Clerk of Parliament Mr Kennedy Chokuda yesterday said President Mugabe would also present the legislative agenda for the upcoming new session of Parliament on the same day."President Mugabe will open the 4th session of the 8th Parliament of Zimbabwe on October 4."He will also present the legislative agenda for Parliam THE campaign by #This Flag front man Pastor Evan Mawarire and a handful of shadowy characters at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States, not only spectacularly failed but was largely ignored by the local media.

Mr Mawarire was joined by Mr Patson Dzamara and other protestors in demonstrating against President Mugabe as he attended the General Assembly in a bid to attract inte THERE remains hope for some thawing in Zimbabwe-United States relations in the last few months of President Barack Obama's administration, Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi has said.

He was speaking to Zimbabwean media here after meeting US assistant secretary of state for African affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield as part of regular bilateral engagements aimed at improving relations.

PREVIEW: With the T20 International series squared at 1-1, the third and final match at the Harare Sports Club on Wednesday promises to be an exciting battle with India holding an edge over minnows Zimbabwe.

After dishing out a 3-0 whitewash in the One-Day International (ODI) series, India came in for a shocker when they went down by two runs in the first T20 but bounced back with a 10-wicket thrashing of the hosts in the second match on Monday.Going into Wednesday's tie, the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led young Indian side will aim to wrap up the tour with another series win while the hosts will exert every way to create an upset.Promising medium pacer Barinder Sran along with the opening duo of Lokesh Rahul and Mandeep Singh made light work of the hosts in the second match with the left-armer picking four wickets, the most by an Indian on debut.A taxi driver was surrounded by riot police and beaten to the ground after clashes broke out following a protest against economic hardship, police brutality and alleged government corruption in Harare, Monday.The clashes erupted after taxi drivers began protesting, blocking roads leading to the centre of the city, forcing many people to walk to work.A riot ensued, with rocks being thrown at both police and taxi drivers.