Zimbabweans fear terror attacks from Mozambique

Zimbabwe stocking fires of terrorism as it dares to support Mozambique in fending off terrorists...

Massive building activity drains ecology in Zimbabwe

Experts say illegal construction activity contributes to the depletion of groundwater, denuding green cover, affecting farming...

Zimbabwe: Land redistribution does little for many Black farmers

Black farmers continue to live in poverty even 2 decades later after getting lands seized from...

Zimbabwe asks South Africa to extradite former minister

Saviour Kasukuwere facing trial for misusing authority as public official...

Zimbabwe parents face huge burden from school reopening

Tobias Muchayi is worried about spiraling costs from the reopening of schools in the Southern African...

Poor good Samaritans rescue homeless children

‘I get donations in cash and kind from well-wishers to help me assist the homeless children,’...

COVID-19: Zimbabwe resumes domestic, regional flights

Air Zimbabwe says flights will begin Sept. 23, after being suspended due to coronavirus pandemic...

Zimbabwe’s open-air churches fueling spread of COVID-19

Defiant apostolic sects skirt lockdown rules, choosing to stick to their normal worship services...

Opposition seeks intervention over Zimbabwe ‘crisis’

MDC Alliance urges regional forum to 'urgently intervene' in Zimbabwe to maintain peace, security...

Zimbabwe: President vows to raise armed forces’ wages

Housing, transport, medical facilities being improved for forces, says Mnangagwa...

Economic crunch leading to starvation

Child headed families reportedly go without food for days as COVID-19 crises delays distribution of food...

Zimbabwe: Chinese miner shoots, injures employees

Mine manager allegedly shoots 2 workers over wage row, Chinese businesses, embassy express regret...

Water for sale amid shortage of precious liquid in Zimbabwe

Amid inadequate infrastructure and treatment chemicals, Zimbabweans forced to find alternatives to tap water...

Zimbabwe: Fragile economy forces children to labor in mines

Marking World Child Labor Day on Friday, rights activists say gold mines, cotton farms employ children...

Popular:

Sport

Featured:
Zimbabwe FA and Fifa accused of ‘silence’ over sexual harassment claims

Featured:
Manyezero wins Masvingo Open

Featured:
Angry Zimbabwe Soccer Fans Attack Mnangagwa Who Posted Twitter Photo With Clenched Fist Before Warriors Fell to Malawi

Featured:
Mhango double seals Malawi win over Zimbabwe at Africa Cup of Nations