Zimbabwe’s state-run daily, the Herald, has re-hired its former political editor Caesar Zvayi, who was recently deported from Botswana, writes our correspondent.

Zvayi was booted out of his job at University of Botswana where he was on a P15 000 salary after protests were made to that country's President, Ian Khama.
His deportation sparked an angry response from the Harare government which accused Gaborone of siding with the West and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
However, Zvayi's deportation appears to have been a blessing in disguise as he was rewarded with promotion to assistant editor and a house in one of Harare's expensive  suburbs.
The new position also comes with a brand new double-cab truck valued at R240 000.
His appointment comes after he appeared on state television to explain what led to his deportation.
Afterwards, George Charamba, President Robert Mugabe's spokesman, said Zvayi "would have his pen back".
Zvayi was deported from Botswana on August 8, weeks after landing a job as a lecturer in the Department of Media Studies at the University of Botswana in Gaborone.
He had been included on a sanctions list by the European Union, which accused him and The Sunday Mail Political Editor, Munyaradzi Huni, of aiding the Mugabe's government's repression through biased and untruthful reporting.
The EU sanctions are targeted at Mugabe, members of his inner circle and relatives of his colleagues in the Zanu PF party.