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High Court judge, Justice Musakwa has today handed down a shocking four year sentence to Zanu PF murderers in a case that has left Mudzi residents...

Zimbabwe’s economic crisis a cause for concern

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Zimbabwe to let two new private miners dig for diamonds

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Zimbabwe forced to segment Harare-Beitbridge highway dualisation project

Harare ‑ Delays in commencing works on the Harare-Beitbridge highway dualisation have forced the Zimbabwean government...

Pay the doctors and save lives

The government must quickly and effectively resolve the issue of Medical practitioners’ welfare to avoid further...

Experience dynasties’ painted wolves in the flesh on a trip to Zimbabwe

The much-loved BBC series has raised the profile of these endangered animals but there's nothing like...

Mnangagwa’s ‘crisis of illegitimacy’: Is Chamisa flogging a dead horse?

Last Thursday, amid a sharp and unrelenting economic decline, the Zimbabwe main opposition party, the MDC...

Univergy and Rioenergy to set up 180MW of solar for Zimbabwe mines

Zimbabwean mining firm RioZim has contracted Spanish-Japanese renewable energy company Univergy International and power firm RioEnergy to develop, build,...

Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe stuck in the old ways

Veteran Zimbabwe opposition legislator Joel Gabbuza thought he was stating the obvious when he told mourners...

HCC blames EMA and politicians for wetlands destruction

HARARE-Harare City Council (HCC) says the country’s laws and powerful politicians are hampering the local authority’s...

ZLHR moves to stop sale of wetlands to private developers

SEKE-Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has moved to stop Manyame Rural District Council from selling...

Parliament adopts ZLHR, residents’ demands on wetlands

HARARE-The Parliamentary Committee on Environment, Water, Climate and Hospitality Industry has adopted recommendations by Zimbabwe Lawyers...

Zimbabwe doctors go on strike demanding better pay and conditions

Majority of public sector doctors join strike, according to officials, as the country's economy struggles....

Zimbabwe’s biggest flour producer shuts down

The company has blamed foreign currency shortages for the impending closure of its mills....

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