Panashe Chigumadzi picks the best books about Zimbabwe

Ahead of the country’s general election, the novelist picks books that capture Zimbabwe’s violent history and explore its national identity...

Hundreds of Zimbabweans stage peace march ahead of elections

Ahead of the march, Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira said international election observers would leave the country...

The people approaching

“Looking up, he saw the crowds approaching.”  I am in the UK and people are kindly...

Zimbabwe Leaves Students Broke and Alone in Foreign Countries

Scholarships to study in universities abroad are popular among students in Zimbabwe, where the national education...

Trapped in a dark cave

Two stories dominate the news; the World Cup, with its agony and elation, and the boys...

750 Save elephants poisoned

Harare - Zimbabwe lost approximately 750 elephants to cyanide poisoning along the SAVE River in the south...

The astonishing ancient stone city of Great Zimbabwe constructed 900 years ago 

Located in the south-eastern hills of present-day Zimbabwe, close to the city of Masvingo, are the ruins of the...

Zimbabwe unveils three climate change policies

About 80% of rural Zimbabweans depend on rain-fed agriculture for a living, making them highly vulnerable...

Equity and quality in health

NANGO commends the launch of the National Health Financing Policy and Zimbabwe Health Financing Strategy that...

WATCH: 14 hyenas kill Kudu bull in reception area of luxury Zim safari camp

Dramatic video footage and photos emerged on Thursday of the bloody remains of a hyena kill...

Dubai Cares launches Dh3.4m programme in Zimbabwe

Two-year programme aims to educate 25,000 girls about safe healthy water, hygiene and sanitation practices...

Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase to take place in London in September

UK based clothing tradeshow, Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase has announced the date for the highly anticipated fashion...

Response to article “the demise of the largest and oldest baobab trees”

In a paper published in the journal Nature Plants in June 20181 , a causal link...

Scientists are shocked at the sudden death of most of Africa’s largest baobabs

The Zimbabwean sacred baobab, Panke, was more than 2,400 years old when all its stems toppled...

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