Zimbabwe government fails to keep inflation in check as post-Mugabe honeymoon ends

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Village in the city tries to save Zimbabwe traditions

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Old drains and dirty water: Zimbabwe’s chronic cholera crisis

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Hodzi admits that he is captured

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PHOTOS: A life of anonymity – Migrants die, unnamed and unclaimed, in South Africa

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WFP provides food assistance to over 430,000 Zimbabweans with support from USAID

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Zim prison officer pleads not guilty

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HARARE - Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday announced the discovery of oil and gas deposits in Muzarabani,...

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A ZIMBABWEAN court has acquitted three villagers, who had been on trial for allegedly insulting a traditional...

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George Charamba’s revelation that John Mangudya’s term is about to be renewed is nauseating, cynical, contemptuous,...

Home Affairs in court after official tears up child’s passport

The Department of Home Affairs is once more embroiled in a legal battle....

“The situation is unbearable”: Life under Zimbabwe’s economic crisis

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