South Africa, Zimbabwe Discussing State-Guaranteed Bank Loan

South Africa is considering more loans to Zimbabwe, including state-guaranteed funding from banks to support its northern neighbor’s cash-strapped private sector....

Zimbabwe’s Coltart Says Mnangagwa Acts ‘in Concert’ With Army

Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, is working with the military to ensure his own survival, an opposition...

Zimbabwe to Scrap Platinum and Diamond Mine Ownership Rules

Zimbabwean Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said a rule requiring local investors to control platinum mines will...

Zimbabwe’s Ncube Touts Economy Amid Shortages, Inflation Surge

Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube touted the health of his country’s economy even as the southern...

Zimbabwe Devaluation Sees Return of Market Sense, But Only Some

Zimbabwe’s currency devaluation last week has led to a more realistic exchange rate, yet thin trading...

Why Zimbabwe Is Fed Up With Using the U.S. Dollar: QuickTake

A decade after Zimbabwe scrapped its own currency to end hyperinflation and began using mainly the...

Eight Miners Rescued From Collapsed Zimbabwe Shafts

Eight informal Zimbabwean miners were pulled out alive four days after they were trapped underground when...

Zimbabwe Should Adopt Rand for Economy, Ex-Finance Minister Says

Zimbabwe should adopt South Africa’s rand as its currency, one of a series of fundamental reforms...

Zimbabwe to allow dollar trading to ease currency squeeze

Zimbabwe said it will allow companies and individuals to transfer dollars electronically, as it looks to...

Desperation Erodes Fear: Protesters Brave Zimbabwe Crackdown

“People struck and looted because they are hungry,” said Abel Moyo, an unemployed 27-year-old in the...

Before, They Were Beaten. Now Zimbabwe Protesters Are Shot

The Zimbabwean military’s move to end Robert Mugabe’s almost four-decade reign in 2017 sent jubilant crowds...

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...

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...

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