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 horn pieces stashed in a house they rented in Victoria...

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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...

Ignore advert about cheap commodities, Zim central bank tells citizens

It said the advert was fake and misleading because it used the address and phone number...

Booster shot: Zimbabwe coffee revival paying dividends

The world almost lost Zimbabwe’s coffee due to climate and political issues, but farmers joined Nespresso’s...

Zimbabwe power crisis set to continue until Zesa clears debts

Zimbabwe reportedly owed around $80 million to Eskom and Mozambique’s HCB power company....

Eskom: Zimbabwe hasn’t approached SA for assistance with power crisis

It has been reported that Zimbabwe would make arrangements to increase power imports from Mozambique and...

2 suspected rhino poachers killed in Zimbabwe

The two were intercepted by national parks rangers on Friday morning, and when ordered to surrender,...

Air Zim: If it’s not safe for the President, it’s not safe for anyone

Oliver Matthews says it hasn't escaped the attention of locals that President Emmerson Mnangagwa himself doesn't...

Little to celebrate for Zimbabwe workers on workers’ day

May Day commemorations came just over a week after the price of bread almost doubled in...

Zimbabwe acquits 7 unionists arrested ahead of protests

The seven Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions leaders were arrested before an October protest march over...

Zimbabwe raises public workers pay by 29%, averts strike for now

Civil servants in the southern African nation twice rejected a lower government wage offer in January...

Zimbabwe to run out of bread in one week as flour stocks dwindle – Millers

Zimbabwe imports wheat, which it blends with its local crop to make flour for bread, the...

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