Zimbabwe – 11 July 2014

Over 100 Zanu-PF supporters invade game reserve
MORE than 100 Zanu PF supporters invaded Mazwi Game and Nature Reserve in St Peter’s on the western outskirts of Bulawayo on Monday allegedly with the blessing of the party’s provincial leadership. Bulawayo24.com

Mass deportation fears as SA gets tough
STRICT new South African immigration laws have sparked confusion and panic among foreign residents in the “Gateway to Africa” and forced 250,000 Zimbabweans to decide whether to return home.
Walk down most streets in Johannesburg and you will hear accents and languages from across this vast African continent. NewZimbabwe.com

France revives Zimbabwe ties
French Ambassador to Zimbabwe Laurent Delahouse says the last three to four months has been easy for his country and the EU in its engagement with Zimbabwe.
He said the EU is answering the message of re engagement being sent out by the new Zimbabwean government and hopes all restrictive measures will be lifted soon. Bulawayo.24.com

ZANU PF admits failure, calls on MDC-T for ideas
ZANU PF has finally admitted that it is clueless on how to solve the economic crisis facing the country, and now wants to engage the opposition for ideas.
The admission came through the party’s spokesman Rugare Gumbo on Tuesday when he told the Daily News newspaper that his party is ready for broad-based talks to find solutions to the economic mess the country is in. S.W.Radio Africa