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.

Resizing of land ‘will be a big test for Zim govt to rope in white farmers’

Zimbabwean former head of the Commercial Farmers Union, a grouping of mostly white farmers, has reportedly said that the country's ongoing land audit would be a...

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High court dismisses shooting victim’s challenge

HIGH Court Judge Justice David Mangota on Wednesday 7 November 2018 dismissed an application filed by a...

Zimbabwe Election: Commonwealth releases Observer Group Report

The Commonwealth Observer Group deployed by the Secretary-General to observe Zimbabwe’s Harmonised Elections on 30 July...

Zimbabwe Budget Deficit Balloons as Spending Exceeds Target

Zimbabwe’s budget deficit ballooned in the first nine months of the year as the government spent...

Detained CPJ staffers released in Tanzania

New York --The Committee to Protect Journalists today welcomed the release of Angela Quintal, CPJ's Africa...

MDC condolence message on the Rusape bus disaster

The President Adv. Nelson Chamisa and the entire MDC family joins the nation in mourning 47...

Zimbabwe bus crash toll hits 47

At least 47 people were killed in Zimbabwe on Wednesday when two buses collided on a...

Zimbabwe ex-minister arrested for criminal abuse of office

Harare ‑ Former information, communication, technology, postal and courier services minister Supa Mandiwanzira was Tuesday arrested...

Forget Zimbabwe, Zambia Is ‘Open For Business’

When you hear this phrase/mantra ‘Open for business’, you naturally know that we are talking about President Mnangagwa’s Second Republic....

Horror crash near Rusape tollgate

At least 47 people were killed after two buses collided near the Rusape tollgate, police said...

Planning for Culture 2019

On 2 November 2018 Board members of one of Bulawayo’s leading cultural activists, Nhimbe Trust, met...

ED must fulfill his promise made during 2018 election campaigns

President Emmerson Mnangagwa needs to fulfil the promises he made to the nation ahead of the...

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