Zimbabwe’s Government Says Herbal Treatment OK for COVID-19

HARARE - Zimbabwe's government has authorized traditional herbalists to treat coronavirus patients, but health experts are skeptical and are urging extreme caution....

Thousands arrested in Zimbabwe for violating lockdown rules

More than two thousand people have been arrested in Zimbabwe for contravening the regulations of the...

Zimbabwe fears returnees will rev up corona virus spread

Over 13,000 Zimbabweans returned home from South Africa over a three-day period and this has raised...

China trip helps Zimbabwean students heal from Cyclone Idai trauma

A group of students from Zimbabwe’s regions affected by Cyclone Idai visited China in the festive...

President Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe army will be modernized

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa says his government will ensure the Zimbabwe Defense Forces-ZDF  are fully equipped...

Zimbabwe gets loans to boost electricity supplies

Zimbabwe has secured two loans of more than $42.5m (£35.3m) from India to boost the generation...

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa hails external support on his first election anniversary

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has paid tribute to countries outside the African continent for standing by...

Zimbabwe fuel prices rise yet again as local currency falters against USD

Fuel prices have risen again in Zimbabwe, exactly a month after the last increases, as the...

Drought threatens to wipe out more than half of Zimbabwe’s cattle

More than half of Zimbabwe’s national herd of 5.2 million cattle is at risk of being...

China happy to continue cooperating with Zimbabwe 

China is happy to continue cooperating with Zimbabwe for mutual success in various sectors, the Chinese...

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