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Zimbabwe which way?

ZIMBABWE'S ruling party expects a run-off election and is confident its leader, Robert Mugabe, the president, will retain power.

Delays in the announcement of election results had prompted rumours that Mugabe might step aside, but on Thursday his party declared itself ready for a new battle in the second round.

"From ZANU-PF's perspective, we are very confident that we've got the numbers, when it comes to a re-run, we're ready for that second round, and we are confident that President Robert Mugabe will win this time," Bright Matonga, the deputy information minister, said.  more...

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UK News - Leaders in African schools pledge
THE AFRICAN STRUGGLE - Human Rights groups sue government over detained refugees
THE AFRICAN STRUGGLE - Libyan leader inaugurates huge Ugandan Mosque
THE AFRICAN STRUGGLE - Zuma’s approval rating rises
Kenyan leaders agree on cabinet
Asylum system ‘shameful for UK’
Botswana’s new President Ian Khama sworn-in

Nobel winner tear-gassed in Kenya

Operation Argon
US charges embassy bomb suspect
AFRICAN NEWS - Chad pardons French aid workers
AFRICAN NEWS - Dressing up as woman lands Man in jail
AFRICAN NEWS - Prostitute-protest in Zambia Stopped
AFRICAN NEWS - Sudan, Chad: Hopes for peace fade with fresh round of accusations
University of Ghana to teach Chinese
Riots prompt Ivory Coast tax cuts
£250,000 gift to restore sight in Liberia
If you don’t vote, they win - Unprecedented coalition unites against the far Right
Boris and Ken neck-and-neck in London mayoral contest: poll
LSMT Signs agreement to host University of Szczecin London Campus

“WHAT NEXT?” -  By Nachi Aguboshim
Just Humour
Immigration, Law and You with Dr. David Akin-Samuels
What have you got yourself into?
The Love Thing
Namibia's independence celebration in London - By Rosa Hango
2,000 plus guests celebrate Ghana’s independence at the Ocean Music Arena
No.1 Ladies detective Opens for business
David Oyelowo plays Kremlin Busang
African music cultures brought to Teesside
Miss Senegambia UK 2008

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