Zimbabwe to let two new private miners dig for diamonds

It may even allow foreign investors to hold majority stakes in local operations on condition that part of their output is reserved for domestic downstream industries....

Zimbabwe forced to segment Harare-Beitbridge highway dualisation project

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Pay the doctors and save lives

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

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

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Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe stuck in the old ways

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HCC blames EMA and politicians for wetlands destruction

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Parliament adopts ZLHR, residents’ demands on wetlands

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Zimbabwe doctors go on strike demanding better pay and conditions

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Zimbabwe’s biggest flour producer shuts down

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Wetlands Vanishing Despite Laws Protecting Their Existence

HARARE – The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights says despite powerful legislation designed to protect wetlands, extensive development continues to...

Be patient, Home Affairs tells Zimbabweans awaiting permits

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