Zimbabwe banks close branches, suspend some services after first Covid-19 death

Several Zimbabwean banks have seen closures at some of their branches, while others are no longer accepting physical documents, as the southern African country ramps up...

Ex-Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo quits Nedbank board

Moyo's resignation from his non-executive post at Nedbank comes during a protracted legal battle with Old...

SA erects fence on Zimbabwe border as coronavirus measure

South Africa plans to install a 40-kilometer fence on its land border crossing with Zimbabwe to...

Zim to give back farms taken under land reform programme

Zimbabwe has announced plans to give back land controversially taken over under its controversial fast track...

Zimbabwe, SA now have the same growth forecast for 2020 from the IMF 

The fund has revised its 2020 growth projection for Zimbabwe from 2.7% to just 0.8%....

Old Mutual to oppose latest Moyo court bid, intends to appoint new CEO

Old Mutual intends to appoint a new CEO, despite axed CEO Peter Moyo's latest court bid...

Wandile Sihlobo: The zombie idea of Zimbabwe’s agriculture

A zombie idea is one that refuses to die. There's a zombie idea that persists about...

Zim energy crisis forces miners off grid as production slumps

Zimbabwe’s mine houses are considering going off grid to avoid crippling breaks in production, as the...

Shunned by the West and China, Zimbabwe turns to UAE

Zimbabwe's government has approached the United Arab Emirates in hopes of selling a stake in its...

JUST IN: Old Mutual wins appeal against order reinstating axed CEO Peter Moyo

While Moyo mulls an appeal, a spokesperson for the financial services giant says the ruling confirms...

SAA to appeal R12.6 million Zim court judgment

South African Airways is appealing a Zimbabwe High Court judgment ordering it to pay nearly R13m...

More woes for Zimbabwe as dam levels drop

Zimbabwe's agriculture sector, hard hit by drought, is facing another significant risk as dam levels recede...

New threat haunts Zimbabweans panning for gold: Machete wielding gangs

Drought sent hungry Zimbabweans in search of gold. Now they face a new threat: Machete-wielding gangs....

The year Zimbabweans want to forget

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