Zimbabwe's Mugabe Threatens Foreign Firms
President Robert Mugabe has threatened drastic measures against companies whose governments were punishing the country."We must take them over," he added. This follows a threat to seize a company which refused to buy milk from his family's dairy.
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SW Radio Africa, 8 March 2011
ZANU PF youths under the Upfumi Kuvadiki (Wealth to the Youths) group have seized Easipark, a South African company which had been contracted to manage parking and towing services... read more »
The Herald, 2 March 2011
PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday launched the National Anti-Sanctions Petition Campaign as Zimbabwe steps up its fight against the illegal Western embargo.read more »
SW Radio Africa, 2 March 2011
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on Wednesday expressed serious concern at the ongoing crackdown against MDC MPs, supporters and pro-democracy activists.read more »
Zimbabwe Standard, 26 February 2011
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday marked his 87th birthday saying government is taking over Nestle Zimbabwe because it refused to buy his milk.read more »
Zimbabwe Independent, 25 February 2011
Barely a month after Defence minister Emmerson Mnangagwa threatened foreign owned companies who did not castigate the imposition of sanctions on Zanu Pf officials and family... read more »