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  1. [Premium Times] Zimbabwe has formally applied to re-join the Commonwealth, 15 years after leaving the organisation, the Commonwealth Secretariat said.
  2. [Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said he will proclaim the date for this year's general elections in two weeks' time.
  3. [New Zimbabwe] PRIMARY elections for the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC-T party were this weekend marred by organisational chaos and incidents of violence resulting in the votes being called off in some constituencies.
  4. [New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) chair, Elasto Mugwadi has vowed to name and shame perpetrators of political violence in this year's elections.
  5. [New Zimbabwe] Mutare -White commercial farmers who remained on their properties after the fast track land reform programme should regularize their stay on the land so that they will be able to access 99 year leases.
  6. [The Herald] Government has started working on a new diamond policy which will lead to the unbundling of the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company (ZCDC) to ensure more players are involved inthe sector, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.
  7. [Zimbabwe Standard] MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has been approached by emissaries claiming to represent former president Robert Mugabe and seeking an electoral pact, it has been revealed.
  8. [Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has painted the country green with his huge campaign billboards inscribe with various messages to lure votes ahead of the forthcoming elections, from which he hopes to gain legitimacy, after toppling his mentor Robert Mugabe in a coup last year.
  9. [263Chat] President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday avoided dwelling much on the security threat posed by the RENAMO rebel forces, whose leader, Alfonso Dhlakama, died a fortnight ago, leaving thousands of residents along the Manica area, on the Eastern Zimbabwe-Mozambique border in fear of an attack.
  10. [Kubatana.net] A Zimbabwean Court has set free Remnant Pentecostal Church leader Pastor Patrick Mugadza after acquitting him on charges of criminal nuisance following a protest he staged in November 2016, where he tied himself to some steel rails while demonstrating against President Robert Mugabe's administration.