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A lawyer representing jailed Zimbabwean freelance journalist Hopewell Chin’ono said via social media on Monday that...

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Tensions Flare Between Zimbabwe Miners and Chinese Investors

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Zimbabwe’s Crowded Cities Struggle to Defend Against Coronavirus

The country’s government has declared a lockdown to ward against the pandemic and warned residents to...

Critics: Zimbabwe’s New Currency Auction Unfairly Favors Big Business

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In a Nation of Farmers, Much of the Agricultural Land in Zimbabwe Lies Fallow

Growers blame years of government corruption and inefficiency for lack of promised assistance. Now, the land...

Zimbabwe’s Hyperinflation Threatens Beloved National Pastime

Zimbabwe’s professional football clubs aren’t exempt from the effects of hyperinflation. Rising league fees have jeopardized...

In Zimbabwe, Vital Medicines in Short Supply as Coronavirus Stalls Imports

Empty shelves of face masks and sanitizers have made headlines around the world in the wake...

Debate Over Exhuming Controversial Colonialist from Sacred Site Continues

When colonialist Cecil John Rhodes died, he asked to be buried in Zimbabwe’s sacred Matobo Hills....

Cross-Border Trading in Zimbabwe Becomes Casualty of Coronavirus

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In Cash-Strapped Zimbabwe, Convenience of Mobile Money Comes at a Steep Cost

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Traditional Healers in Zimbabwe Need Licenses to Sell Their Medicine Legally

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