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HARARE, Nov 21 (Reuters) When Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe sacked his vice president in front of 12,000 baying party members in 2014, Emmerson Mnangagwa sat quietly in the crowd, a green baseball cap pulled low over his eyes.

The man who stood to gain most from the dismissal betrayed nothing through his expression and gentle clapping a survival tactic honed during five decades of service to the mercurial Mugabe. His cap, however, spoke volumes.

Emblazoned across its front, next to a portrait of Mugabe, were four words: “Indigenise, Empower, Develop, Employ” a slogan of the ruling ZANU PF party. That day, he became Mugabe’s official deputy.

Mnangagwa, whose sacking from the post this month brought Zimbabwe’s political crisis to a head, is now poised to take over after Mugabe, 93, resigned on Tuesday, ending almost four decades of rule.

Mnangagwa will be sworn in on Wednesday or Thursday, ZANU PF’s legal secretary Patrick Chinamasa told Reuters. The party’s chief whip said Mnangagwa would serve the remainder of Mugabe’s term until the next election due by September 2018.

But there are questions over how Mnangagwa will lead the country led by Mugabe since independence in 1980.

In a statement issued from hiding on Tuesday, Mnangagwa said Zimbabweans from all walks of life had to work together to rebuild a shattered economy and deeply polarised society.

“My desire is to join all Zimbabweans in a new era, where corruption, incompetence, dereliction of duty and laziness, social and cultural decadence is not tolerated,” he said.

“In that new Zimbabwe, it is important for everyone to join hands so that we rebuild this nation to its full glory. This is not a job for ZANU PF alone but for all people of Zimbabwe.”The 75 year old was one of Mugabe’s most trusted lieutenants, having been at his side in prison, during wartime and then in government. With his appointment in 2014 as Mugabe’s official deputy,
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Mnangagwa had appeared well set as the eventual successor to Africa’s oldest head of state.

“There are no arguments around his credentials to provide strong leadership and stability, but there are questions over whether he can also be a democrat,” said Eldred Masunungure, a political science lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe.

Speaking at the congress in 2014, Mnangagwa reinforced the message emblazoned on his headgear, announcing revisions to ZANU PF’s constitution that backed “total ownership and control” of Zimbabwe’s natural resources.

It was a key insight to the party’s direction as it contemplated life beyond Mugabe.

“We will remain forever masters of our own destiny,” Mnangagwa said at the time, to cheers from the crowd.

Along the way, Mnangagwa earned the nickname “Ngwena”, Shona for crocodile, an animal famed in Zimbabwean lore for its stealth and ruthlessness.

He backed Mugabe’s economic nationalism, especially a drive to force foreign firms to hand majority stakes to local blacks, suggesting he may not be the pro market pragmatist many investors were hoping for.

He has been in every administration since independence, holding posts as varied as minister of state security, defence and finance, as well as speaker of parliament.

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Most controversially, he was in charge of internal security in the mid 1980s when Mugabe deployed a crack North Korean trained brigade against rebels loyal to his rival Joshua Nkomo.

Rights groups say 20,000 civilians, mostly from the Ndebele tribe, were killed. Mugabe denies genocide or crimes against humanity but has admitted it was a “moment of madness”.

Mnangagwa’s role remains shrouded in mystery, typical of a political operator trained as a communist guerrilla in China in the 1960s and who always stayed in the shadows behind Mugabe.

Secretive and insular, he prefers to operate under the radar, those in his inner circle say, and when pushed into a corner, resorts to jokes and trivia to avoid serious discussion.

“I wouldn’t say he is deceptive but it’s fair to say his default position is to crack jokes and deflect uncomfortable questions by asking endless questions,” one member of parliament close to him said.

“He is very conscious that his public image is that of a hard man but he is a much more complex personality pleasant and an amazing story teller,” the politician, also from Mnangagwa’s Midlands Province,
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financial numbers) haven been finalized as of yet, but we anticipate that we will show a small profit, said Pictou County Wellness Centre general manager David Hood Thursday, less than 24 hours after the event.

Organizers were hoping to sell at least 1,000 tickets, and that goal was surpassed by a healthy margin; PCWC spokesman Chad McDavid said about 1,250 tickets were sold for the game.

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players were very friendly with the fans, and interacted a lot with the community. said an estimated 250 children showed up at the rink on Wednesday afternoon to skate with some of the players, get autographs and take photos. Only a few of the players were able to show up for it, having been on the road all day after playing an alumni game the night before in New Brunswick (the teams were to fly to Newfoundland early Thursday morning as part of a hectic week).

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During the pre game introduction, with fans of both teams proudly wearing their colours, ex Montreal Canadiens sniper Stephane Richer got the loudest ovation of all the Habs alum, but by far the biggest cheer was reserved for hall of fame defenceman Ray Bourque wearing his familiar 77 Bruins jersey.

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Tim Burton s “Big Fish” is the best movie I ve seen in all of 2003. If “Cold Mountain” and “Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” don t live up to expectations, I m willing to say now that “Big Fish” is headed for the Best Picture award. It will most definitely be nominated in that category and many others.

What a pleasure to finally see a film that encompasses all the attributes of a Best Picture. I was starting to fret that the group of candidates already screened including “Mystic River,” “Master and Commander,” “Seabiscuit,” “Lost in Translation,” “Mona Lisa Smile,” “House of Sand and Fog,” “The Missing,” “The Human Stain” were going to be fighting for awards they didn t quite deserve. Not to say there s anything seriously wrong with any of them. They are all well made, entertaining films. But each of them is seriously flawed and not quite there. For mid November, this isn t good news.

But then yesterday all that changed. I should have guessed that this would a case similar to “American Beauty” since the same team Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks produced it. “Big Fish” comes from that sensibility of high drama, sharply drawn characters, impeccable acting, and very importantly a self contained logic. “Big Fish” actually reminded me more of “The Cider House Rules” in a way than “American Beauty.” It s a whole piece of art, developed from a single vision, and conveyed with that coherence. I loved it. So will you.

Albert Finney a cinch for Best Supporting Actor, although it would be great to see Sony/Columbia put him in lead plays a dying, eccentric patriarch named Edward Bloom. Jessica Lange is his loving and understanding wife, but Billy Crudup also doing some of his best work ever is his doubting, critical son, Will. What Crudup is critical of is Finney s penchant for fantasy and exaggeration. He is not much for the father s lyrical sense of embroidery. And Finney, in this movie, is a storyteller with no shame. His anecdotes, by now family lore, weave themselves around carnivals, circuses, bank robberies, witches, and giants. Will is so exasperated by Edward that when the movie begins he hasn t spoken to him in three years.

Burton has made a lot of movies. Some of them were good (“Batman”), some of them were great (“Beetlejuice”), some were exercises in excess (“Sleepy Hollow”). Visually, he s always been arresting (“Edward Scissorhands”). But nothing he s done before really indicated that he could make “Big Fish.” He cuts back and forth between Edward Bloom s present and his past, using Ewan McGregor and Alison Lohman to play the younger versions of Finney and Lange. All of the campy stuff that McGregor worked on in “Moulin Rouge!” and “Down With Love” finally comes to fruition here; it s as if we had to endure those performances to enjoy this one. He s extraordinary, at last.

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” with its father son conflict. But these are just references within the shadows. “Big Fish” is its own creation. It s a four hanky affair, so bring lots of Kleenex. My advice to Sony is hold the house lights off well into the end credits so the wiping of tears can go in private. There was sobbing at yesterday s screening. I haven t seen tears like that since “Ordinary People.”

I ve mentioned the main cast, but I should tell you that there also very fine supporting turns by Steve Buscemi, Robert Guilliaume, Helena Bonham Carter, most importantly, Danny DeVito, who gets the role of his life and runs with it. The only negative there is that you get to see more of him than you ever wanted, but after all, we re seasoned pros, we can take it.

“Big Fish” probably knocks “Seabiscuit,” “House of Sand and Fog,” and “21 Grams” out of the big awards races simply because it is the premier drama of the season. It also may do damage to “Mystic River,” as “Big Fish” gets the lump in the throat payoff that the Clint Eastwood movie misses by going on long past the moment when someone should have yelled Cut!

Actor Ewan McGregor has successfully won an injunction to stop an agency re printing pictures of his two children taken on holiday in Mauritius.

The Scot sought the action against French picture agency Eliot Press, which did not defend the action.

The judge said he would decide on damages for breach of confidence and invasion of privacy at a later date.

Another agency, Fraser Woodward, is defending the original publication of the Dec 2002 photos.

The pictures were taken during a family holiday.

McGregor recently launched a blistering verbal attack on the paparazzi, saying: “They shouldn be shot, but they should be severely beaten up.”

saved particular venom for celebrity magazine Heat, after it published pictures of his daughter Esther Rose, calling it “filthy”.

He took legal action after a general request not to publish pictures of his children were ignored by the media.

McGregor solicitor Mark Thomson, of Carter Ruck and Partners, said the action was taken against Eliot Press and Fraser Woodward, which acted as a broker for the pictures.

The injunction prevents Eliot Press from publishing the holiday photos and any similar pictures of the children.

Fraser Woodward, owned by paparazzi photographer Jason Fraser, is contesting claims of breach of privacy under the Data Protection Act.

BBC Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox received 50,000 in a damages settlement in June after nude photographs of her on her honeymoon were published in The People newspaper.

The actor Ewan McGregor yesterday won a high court privacy action against a photo agency over snatched paparazzi photographs of his children playing while on holiday in Mauritius last December.

Mr Justice Eady granted an injunction against Eliot Press SARL, banning further publication of the photos, which have appeared in English and Scottish newspapers.

He ordered damages for breach of confidence and compensation under the Data Protection Act to be assessed at a later hearing. The agency did not contest the claim.

The case could prove to be a signpost for the levels of damages that courts will award for straightforward invasions of privacy.

In the Naomi Campbell case, the courts held that there was a public interest in revealing her drug problems, and in the Hello! case Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones had sold the rights to their wedding photos, but neither applies in the latest case.

In an out of court settlement last June, the Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox and her husband Jon Carter accepted 50,000 compensation from the People for publishing nude photos of them on honeymoon in the Seychelles.

Mr McGregor, star of the film Trainspotting, had requested the media generally not to publish pictures of his two children.

His solicitor, Mark Thomson of Peter Carter Ruck and Partners, said after the hearing: “The courts are moving more to protecting the privacy of individuals and children and using the law of confidence to do it.”
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I’ll admit it I’m more than 50 years old, so I’m limited in what I may wear. Gone are my days of owning and wearing 3 inch stiletto heels in every color of the rainbow. Imelda Marcos had me outnumbered by only a dozen or so shoes. In the 1980s I thoroughly believed in the motto, “dress for success.” I still have two pairs of shoes from that period of time. Both were made in Italy, where the best genuine leather shoes are made. My mustard colored Salvatore Ferragamo loafers, a gift from my mom, are the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned.

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Red shoes are second only to a little red dress. Black or brown shoes are all purpose. White shoes are for spring/summer and weddings. Blue shoes are for business (for women). But red shoes say, “positive outlook, bright future and invincible” to me. Consider Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz.” She was told by Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, that as long as she wore those “ruby slippers,” the Wicked Witch of the West could not harm her.

The June/July edition of AARP The Magazine offered women over 50 plenty of encouragement with an article written by Simon Doonan, creative ambassador for Barneys New York. In “Dress Your Age? No Way!” he states that, “Sophisticate style is about looking turned out and glamorous,” and “A Sophisticate is unapologetically addicted to shoes.”

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New Kindle Page Flip Skim page by page, scan by chapter, or skip to the end of your book, all without losing your place. For example, it’s now easy to quickly flip back and forth to that map of Beyond the Wall in A Dance With Dragons.

New Goodreads Integration Combines the world’s largest e reading community and the world’s largest community of book lovers. Join over 20 million other readers and see what your friends are reading, share highlights, and rate the books you read with Goodreads on Kindle, available exclusively from Amazon.

New Kindle FreeTime Built in parental controls have been extended to give parents a simple, engaging way to encourage kids to spend more time reading. Hand select books for your kids to read, and hand out achievement badges when they hit reading milestones. A progress report keeps parents updated on total time spent reading, number of words looked up, badges earned and books finished.

New Vocabulary Builder Compiles words you look up in the dictionary into an easy to access list. Use these lists to quiz yourself with flashcards and instantly see words in context.

New Smart Lookup Integrates a full dictionary definition with other reference information about a word, character, topic or book via X Ray and Wikipedia. For example, using an ordinary dictionary to look up “credit default swaps” in Michael Lewis’ The Big Short would give the individual definitions of “credit,” “default” and “swaps.” Smart Lookup recognizes this is an important topic and phrase in the book, and gives you the correct definition of “credit default swaps” via X Ray.

New In line Footnotes With a single tap, read the complete text of each footnote in line without changing the page or losing your place in the book.

New Kindle MatchBook New benefit lets customers purchase Kindle editions of print books purchased from Amazon past, present and future for $2.99 or less.

The Goodreads and FreeTime features will be delivered later this year as part of a free software update.

Kindle Paperwhite still includes all of the features that helped make Kindle the best selling e reader in the world for six years running:

Reads like real paper No glare display for perfect reading, even in bright sunlight.

8 weeks of battery life Read for weeks, not hours, on a single charge.

Weighs just 7.3 ounces Hold comfortably in one hand for long reading sessions.

Built in Wi Fi and free 3G Think of a book and be reading it in under 60 seconds.

Massive selection Millions of books, newspapers and magazines, including the latest best sellers, Kindle Singles, and more.

Kindle exclusives Over 400,000 books are exclusive to the Kindle Store.

Lowest book prices Over a million titles are $4.99 or less, over 1.7 million are $9.99 or less.

Kindle Owners’ Lending Library Prime members who own a Kindle can choose from hundreds of thousands of books to borrow for free, as frequently as a book a month, with no waiting and no due dates.
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