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Zimbabwe President Calls for a Conference on HIV/AIDS

Zimbabwe President Calls for a Conference on HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS awareness meeting HAS BEEN called by the President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, in order to encourage people to take some safety measures so as to avoid the contraction of the disease.

Mugabe back in Zimbabwe, but "still on leave," says spokesman

Mugabe back in Zimbabwe, but "still on leave," says spokesmanJohannesburg - President Robert Mugabe was back in Zimbabwe on Monday following a brief holiday abroad, state-media reported.

Tutu says South Africa's legacy "betrayed" over Zimbabwe

London - Archbishop Desmond Tutu said Wednesday that South Africa had "betrayed its own legacy" by failing to remove Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe from power.

In a BBC interview broadcast Wednesday, the archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner accused South Africa of losing the moral high ground by failing to stand up to Mugabe.

Mugabe government rejects US resignation call as irrelevant

Harare/Johannesburg - The Zimbabwean government has rejected calls from the United States for President Robert Mugabe to resign, calling them irrelevant.

Switzerland blocks banking access, entrance visas for Mugabe allies

Bern/Geneva  - The Swiss government has announced plans to freeze the bank accounts of 11 political allies of embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.

Switzerland will also block the 11 - many of whom have been accused of orchestrating violence surrounding this year's Zimbabwean presidential elections - from entering the country.

British minister says Zimbabwe's Mugabe is "obstacle" and has to go

London - A British government minister Monday called on President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe to "step aside" as he had become an "obstacle" to any power-sharing deal.

Africa Minister Mark Malloch-Brown told the BBC: "Power-sharing isn't dead but Mugabe has become an absolute impossible obstacle to achieving it."

Mugabe expected to continue defiance as party congress closes

Harare/Johannesburg - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is expected to give a key note address as a conference by the ruling Zanu-PF enters its second and final day in the town of Bindura.

Mugabe, who on Friday was in a defiant mood, is likely to repeat vitriolic attacks on the West.

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