Feted Zimbabwe female rangers denied visas

Feted Zimbabwe female rangers denied visas

The UK’s decision to deny visas for two pioneering female anti-poaching rangers to attend an awards ceremony has been criticised by organisers.

Zim ruling party officials search for Mnangagwa successor just 4 months after polls: report

Zim ruling party officials search for Mnangagwa successor just 4 months after polls: report

Some senior Zanu-PF officials are trying to find a successor to President Emmerson Mnangagwa just four months after he won elections, a newspaper reported on Tuesday.

A year after Mugabe, hopes for a new Zimbabwe still low

A year after Mugabe, hopes for a new Zimbabwe still low

With fears of economic collapse and deepening divisions, government will have to act much faster on its promises.

Zim army denies killing civilians during post-election protests

Zim army denies killing civilians during post-election protests

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s Army has denied killing civilians during a protest, two days after the disputed polls in that country.

“Operation restore citizen–power” only path to Zimbabwe’s prosperity

“Operation restore citizen–power” only path to Zimbabwe’s prosperity

As Zimbabwe commemorates last year’s military intervention that led to the removal of long-time president Robert Gabriel Mugabe, and replaced by his then recently expelled deputy Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa – in what some have termed a military assisted transition, whilst others viewed as a blatant coup d’etat – what most of us agree on is that the lives of ordinary Zimbabweans have generally not improved at all – if anything, they have drastically deteriorated, as prices of basic commodities hit through the roof, whilst some company close, as a result of grave foreign currency shortages.

August 1 shootings: Army should accept responsibility

The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition is perturbed by the misleading evidence presented by top army and police officers (on November 11, 2018) before the Commission of...

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The MDC categorically states that there is no outfit called Vanguard, an otherwise peaceful and disciplined...

Zimbabweans living in Australia make formal request to President Mnangagwa

Zimbabweans living in Australia make formal request to President Mnangagwa for work on diaspora vote to...

Opposition legislator charged for insulting Mnangagwa

AN OPPOSITION legislator has been charged with undermining authority of or insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa after he...

RBZ failing to allocate $US 4,000 TO Masvingo city council

To maintain bushmead waterworks....

Biti challenges “unsuitable” prosecutor as trial commences

THE trial of opposition political party leader Tendai Biti on charges of contravening the Electoral Act commenced...

1 year after Mugabe fall, Zimbabwe asks ‘What has changed?’

One year ago the unthinkable happened in Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe fell from power...

Zimbabwean teachers protest for more pay

HARARE - Teachers have taken to the streets of Harare, demanding better salaries and annual bonuses....

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Zimbabwe’s unlicensed foreign currency traders face 10-year jail

HARARE (Reuters) - Unlicensed foreign currency traders in Zimbabwe face up to 10 years in jail...

Zimbabwe’s Opposition Party Says Leader Chamisa Survived ‘Assassination Attempt’

HARARE — Zimbabwe’s main opposition party said its leader, Nelson Chamisa, on Saturday survived what a...

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