Zimbabwean crackdown: what you need to know about the protests, arrests and global outrage

A tweet by a government official, Nick Mangwana, further angered many after he said no-one is above the law in Zimbabwe...

Families sleep in water lines as drought grips Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo

BULAWAYO: Twice a week, Nothi Mlalazi joins a long line with dozens of other people – some...

Zimbabwe’s hospitals ‘overwhelmed’ as health workers’ strike enters second week

The strike by doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe - now entering its second week - is...

Extending Zimbabwe’s lockdown ‘seems necessary’: rights watchdog

Zimbabwe is yet to meet the World Health Organisation (WHO) targets for lifting Covid-19 lockdowns, with...

Half of Zimbabwe’s population could starve if aid is not received, IMF warns

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Zimbabwe needs urgent aid as the Covid-19 coronavirus...

Why Zimbabwe land reform has failed to remedy rural hunger

Almost 40 years after independence, land reform remains at the heart of Zimbabwe’s political and economic...



Zimbabwean with football dreams to be kicked out of UK

Silveira Mission as well as Masvingo Chess Association Chairperson passes on

IM Chitumbo Mwali in his own words about his achievement in the World Cup

Zimbabwe sends its 1st Black swimmer to the Olympics