By Killing the Internet, Zimbabwe Kills Commerce and the Lights

When the Zimbabwean government ordered internet service providers to shutter parts of the web in an effort to curb anti-government protests, it also plunged homes into darkness because...

Zimbabwe Unions to Strike as Fuel Prices More Than Double

Zimbabwe’s powerful labor-union confederation called for a national strike starting at midnight after the government more...

Zimbabwe Farmers Urge Cloud Seeding as Drought Withers Crops

Zimbabwe’s farmers are urging authorities to undertake cloud seeding to ease an early-season drought that’s hurting...

Zimbabwe Miners Demand Higher Forex Allocations to Boost Output

Zimbabwean gold and platinum miners are urging the authorities to provide more foreign exchange to help...

Zimbabwe Raises Gold Miners’ Forex Allowances After Output Halt

Zimbabwe’s central bank increased the amount of foreign exchange that gold companies can retain after a...

Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Says Threats to His Life Are ‘Real’

Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa of the Movement for Democratic Change said, on Twitter, threats have...

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...

Zimbabwe Targets $700 Million From Controversial Payment Tax

Zimbabwe expects to raise $700 million a year from a new tax on money transfers that...

Zimbabwe Markets Roiled as New Tax Triggers Panic Buying

Zimbabwe’s markets have been roiled after a tax increase last week triggered panic buying of gasoline and spurred...

Zimbabwe Government to Cut Jobs as Part of Stabilization Program

Zimbabwe’s cabinet agreed to cut government jobs as part of a program to stabilize the economy,...

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...

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...

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