The Fear Gap’s Back as Dollar Pinch Worsens After Zimbabwe Vote

Zimbabwe’s so-called fear gap has returned as the southern African nation’s currency crisis shows little sign of abating six weeks on from disputed elections....

Implats Says Zimbabwe Agrees to Waive 51% Ownership Law

Zimbabwe agreed to waive requirements that Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. transfer majority stakes in two of its mines...

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EU, U.K. broker talks to try to end Zimbabwe impasse

European and British diplomats proposed the creation of a U.K.-style parliamentary opposition structure in Zimbabwe to...

Zimbabwe Army Boss Is Said to Demand: Who Ordered Crackdown?

Zimbabwe’s armed forces chief is demanding to know who ordered troops last week to break up...

How Zimbabwe’s First Election After Mugabe Went Wrong

Zimbabwe’s July 30 elections were meant to be a new beginning for a nation driven to...

Zimbabwe Can Be Middle-Income State in a Decade, World Bank Says

Zimbabwe, where a new president was elected this week, could become a middle-income country...

Zimbabwe’s Next Ruler Faces Hollow Victory as Economy Flails

The next ruler will have to administer an economy in meltdown after two decades of misrule...

What to Expect From Zimbabwe’s First Vote Post-Mugabe

For the first time since white minority rule ended in 1980, Zimbabweans won’t have the option...

Rigging Claims Cast Cloud Over Zimbabwe’s Post-Mugabe Vote

The legitimacy of Zimbabwe’s first election since Robert Mugabe quit after leading the nation for almost...

Zimbabwe Produced 3.4 Tons of Gold in May, Fidelity Says

Zimbabwean small-scale miners produced 2.2 metric tons of gold in May, while bigger companies had 1.2...

Skewed Zimbabwe Presents Global Stock Investors With a Conundrum

Investors’ interest in Zimbabwe may have risen since soldiers forced long-standing President Robert Mugabe to quit in November,...

U.S. Organizations Call on Zimbabwe’s Military to Respect Vote

Country urged to release preliminary and final voters rolls...

RioZim Evaluating Bids for Investors in Zimbabwe Power Plant

Zimbabwean miner RioZim Ltd. is evaluating proposals from six companies to participate in its $1.2 billion...

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