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When the coronavirus first emerged last year, health officials feared the pandemic would sweep across Africa, killing millions and destroying the continent’s fragile health systems...

Zimbabwe’s women battle gender discrimination amid pandemic

HARARE, Zimbabwe -- There are very few female truck drivers in Zimbabwe, but Molly Manatse doesn't...

Zimbabwe arrests 2 men for selling fake COVID-19 results

HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Zimbabwe police have arrested two men for selling fake COVID-19 test results....

Rescue efforts slowed a week after Zimbabwe mine collapse

Rains and flooding have slowed rescue efforts at a Zimbabwean mine where a shaft collapsed last...

Zimbabwean writer, Americans on diverse Booker Prize list

A Zimbabwean writer who was arrested during anti-government protests is among six finalists for the Booker...

Zimbabwe investigates mysterious deaths of 11 elephants

A spokesman for Zimbabwe's national parks says authorities are investigating the deaths of 11 elephants in...

Zimbabwe’s ‘keyboard warriors’ hold protests off the streets

HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Unable to protest on the streets, some in Zimbabwe are calling themselves “keyboard...

Zimbabwe bird sanctuary has 400 species, not enough tourists

Kuimba Shiri, Zimbabwe's only bird park, has survived tumultuous times, including violent land invasions and a...

Zimbabwe copes with diarrhoea outbreak which has killed 9

An outbreak of diarrhoea has killed nine people from more than 1,500 cases in the past...

Several dozen miners believed trapped after Zimbabwe floods

Media in Zimbabwe say several dozen artisanal miners are missing after rains flooded mines while they...

Zimbabweans sleeping in food and petrol queues as worst economic crisis in a decade deepens

Zimbabweans are sleeping in petrol queues and spending hours lining up for basic food, as the...

Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe’s latest crisis

Raw sewage flows freely in some streets of Zimbabwe's capital, posing a deadly challenge to the...

Zimbabwe’s white farmers consider returning years after brutal land seizures

Farmer Ian Kay was beaten by 22 men who came onto his property wielding sticks with...

Zimbabwe’s Matabeleland massacre haunts Monday’s elections

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