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Zimbabwe Cricket

Asked if the Government had a view on whether the cricket team should proceed with their tour in Zimbabwe, following rumours that the ban on journalists had been lifted, the PMOS replied that there had not been official confirmation on the lifted ban, and until there had been, he would not comment. In terms of the general position, the Government was very clear, as the situation in Zimbabwe was not one that we in any way supported, and he repeated that it was for the cricketing authority to make up their minds and take any decisions on the matter.

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  1. The Government said that they couldn’t reply because they were too busy washing their hands.

    Comment by Uncarved Block — 25 Nov 2004 on 8:34 pm | Link

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