Investors excited by Zimbabwe plan to mint gold to curb inflation

President Mnangagwa is reportedly desperate to shed some of the legacy economic problems his administration inherited....

Zimbabwe farmers resort to aquaponics to fight climate change

Zimbabwe is again having to import grain after what government officials called an erratic rainy season...

Zimbabwe healthcare workers strike over wages, inflation crisis

Public health workers and other civil servants are demanding salaries in US dollars as inflation hits...

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Paying to get paid: Young Zimbabweans trade money, sex for jobs

Experts say a series of monumental economic mistakes has led to acute unemployment and unethical recruitment...

In Zimbabwe, conflict escalates between elephants and humans

Intensified competition for food and water in dry season has resulted in conflicts among the animals,...

Dollar o’clock: Should Zimbabwe axe its faltering currency again?

The southern African state once adopted US dollars as legal tender when hyperinflation rendered its currency...

By-elections to provide ‘hint of what is to come’ in 2023

Saturday’s parliamentary and local government by-elections a hint of what to expect in next year’s presidential...

Zimbabwe: Teachers’ union and government in deadlock over wages

Economic woes worsened by COVID-19 pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war have led to a deadlock between teachers...

Climate change forcing Zimbabwean girls into sex work

As global warming continues to devastate rural agriculture, young women are moving to urban centres –...

As firefighters, nurses go abroad, Zimbabweans go without

Essential services in Zimbabwe are being decimated by brain drain as workers leave for higher-paying jobs...

The hypocrisy of Emmerson Mnangagwa

We should not take the Zimbabwean president’s claim that he is working to further democracy and...

Should western sanctions on Zimbabwean entities be lifted? | Inside Story

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Why Zimbabwe’s ‘great river people’ feel cut off from their trade

Expensive permits and fishing industry regulations are impeding BaTonga tribe’s way of life....

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