SACP: Evidence of Zimbabwe crisis can be seen in SA’s informal settlements

JOHANNESBURG - The South African Communist Party (SACP) has criticised claims that Zimbabwe is not facing a human rights crisis and has called for a frank...

Bitter anniversary in Zimbabwe a year after Mugabe died

Robert Mugabe died on 6 September last year, aged 95 in a Singapore hospital, two years...

Zimbabwe to meet Vatican envoy over Catholic bishops’ criticism

Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi described a pastoral letter written by the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference last...

ACTIVIST CALLS ON SA TO CONDEMN HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN ZIMBABWE

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa has been called to reflect on its values amid mounting criticism that...

Zimbabwe doctors to join nurses on strike as virus cases rise

Some 15,000 nurses have been on strike for two weeks over wages that have been hit...

Zimbabwean court orders SAA to pay R12m to environment ministry

The ruling was made after a six-year-long legal wrangle, in which the South African carrier reportedly...

Zimbabwe president calls for dissidents in his party to be ‘flushed out’

The remarks came after exiled former ZANU-PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere announced he was planning to...

Zimbabwe’s doctors’ strike reaches 100 days mark

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government appeared hopeful that after 100 days, the doctors’ strike may finally be...

Zimbabwe’s Chiwenga returns after 4 months in China receiving medical treatment

Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has spent a large part of the year away from work,...

Zimbabwe’s drought grips cattle, wipes out grazing

Officials say more than 4,500 cattle have so far died in Matabeleland south province....

Alleged rhino poachers break bail conditions, reportedly flee Zimbabwe

The seven were arrested nine months ago after police found more than 20 kilogrammes of rhino...

AN APOLOGY IS NOT ENOUGH, ZIMBABWEANS TELL RAMAPHOSA

HARARE – Zimbabweans say President Cyril Ramaphosa apology for the recent spate of Xenophobic attacks in...

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Zimbabwe’s woes worsen amid load shedding, low water levels

Zimbabwe’s hydro-power generation has been depressed due to falling water levels at Lake Kariba, while breakdowns...

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