PICS: Zimbabweans struggle to recover from Cyclone Idai devastation

PICS: Zimbabweans struggle to recover from Cyclone Idai devastation

On March 15, Cyclone Idai slammed into the Chimanimani Mountains that form the border between Zimbabwe and Mozambique, GroundUpreported.

Shady water tender leaves Mutare suburbs dry

Shady water tender leaves Mutare suburbs dry

MUTARE, Zimbabwe—Parts of Mutare in eastern Zimbabwe have suffered a water crisis for years after a tender to upgrade the city’s system was allegedly awarded to a company with no experience in major water infrastructure development.

Pro-apartheid expats club that calls Mandela ‘evil terrorist’ makes headlines in UK

Pro-apartheid expats club that calls Mandela ‘evil terrorist’ makes headlines in UK

A UK-based club for South African and Zimbabwean expats seemingly believes former president Nelson Mandela was “evil”, a “terrorist”

‘Resurrection’ fraud case postponed

‘Resurrection’ fraud case postponed

The case into the resurrection of a man has been postponed to 26 April.

Celebrating Independence, Hoping for a Peaceful Future

Celebrating Independence, Hoping for a Peaceful Future

Each year on 18 April Zimbabwe marks independence day, the day when Zimbabwe made a transition from colonial rule to majority rule. In the preamble to the Constitution, the people of Zimbabwe salute ‘our heroic resistance to colonialism, racism and all forms of domination and oppression.’

PICS: Zimbabweans struggle to recover from Cyclone Idai devastation

On March 15, Cyclone Idai slammed into the Chimanimani Mountains that form the border between Zimbabwe and Mozambique, GroundUpreported....

Shady water tender leaves Mutare suburbs dry

MUTARE, Zimbabwe—Parts of Mutare in eastern Zimbabwe have suffered a water crisis for years after a...

Pro-apartheid expats club that calls Mandela ‘evil terrorist’ makes headlines in UK

A UK-based club for South African and Zimbabwean expats seemingly believes former president Nelson Mandela was...

‘Resurrection’ fraud case postponed

The case into the resurrection of a man has been postponed to 26 April....

Celebrating Independence, Hoping for a Peaceful Future

Each year on 18 April Zimbabwe marks independence day, the day when Zimbabwe made a transition...

Zimbabweans forced to leave village after Limpopo xenophobic attacks

A number of Zimbabweans who had been living and working in Tshino village, Thohoyandou, Vuwani, have...

Zimbabwe’s White Farmers Hopeful After Promise of Compensation

Most white farmers lost land under redistribution program of President Robert Mugabe...

Zimbabwe attracts two new investors to develop platinum mining projects

MHONDORO-NGEZI, Zimbabwe (Reuters) - Zimbabwe will in coming weeks name two new investors who will develop...

Legalizing cannabis use: ethical and legal considerations

SA set to become a major producer, but there are pro's and con's...

Afriforum says Grace Mugabe extradition request sent

NPA refuses to comment...

Two in court over resurrection ‘fraud’

Two people are appearing in court this morning, in connection with the resurrection of man who...

Zimbabwe nearly doubles bread price as economic woes mount

HARARE (Reuters) - The price of bread nearly doubled in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, another burden for...

Anjin ‘back on gem mining track’

Anjin 'back on gem mining track'...

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