Zimbabwe Sacks Hospital Bosses After Firing of Health Minister

HARARE — Zimbabwe has fired top executives of the country's five biggest state hospitals as part of a restructuring exercise, the health services board said, a...

After Beating Coronavirus, a Zimbabwe Survivor Lives With the Stigma

HARARE — When Saul Sakudya arrived in an ambulance at a hospital in Zimbabwe's capital after...

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WASHINGTON — The United States on Wednesday imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe's state security minister and its...

Families Trek to Unsafe Wells as Taps Run Dry in Drought-Hit Zimbabwe

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe — In Zimbabwe's second city Bulawayo, Abraham Kavalanjila and his two sons give up...

‘We’d Prefer the Food’: Zimbabwe Fears a Famine Is in Its Future

Government dysfunction, an economic meltdown, drought and a calamitous flood have plunged Zimbabwe into a hunger...

EU Worried About Recent Political Developments in Zimbabwe: Memo

The European Union is concerned that the democratic space in Zimbabwe has deteriorated since it opened...

Zimbabwe’s Civil Servants in Unprecedented Strike for Better Wages

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Mugabe Is Dead, but Big Man Politics Lives On

Zimbabwe needs a genuinely pan-African mass movement to change the system its authoritarian president built....

In Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe’s Star Had Already Faded: ‘We Have Moved On Without Him’

HARARE, Zimbabwe — For years, the eventual death of Robert Mugabe, the leader who held Zimbabwe in...

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In Zimbabwe, the Water Taps Run Dry and Worsen ‘a Nightmare’

Most residents in the country’s capital only get running water once a week, leading to serpentine...

No Roofs, No Roads, No Bread: Cyclone Devastates Parts of Southeastern Africa

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