No respite for Zimbabwe’s battered economy

MUSSINA -  There has been no quick respite for Zimbabwe’s battered economy following four days of a massive protest action against steep increases in the price of...

‘Care must be taken to protect rights and well-being of Zimbabwe’s citizens’

Care and diligence must be exercised to protect the rights and well-being of the vulnerable members...

Human rights in spotlight as Zimbabwe urged to restore internet access

Johannesburg - The Committee to Protect Journalists has joined more than 20 rights groups in urging...

Harare - Zimbabwe's military put on a show of force to deter further unrest on Tuesday...

Zimbabwe to give public workers living allowance, says minister

Harare - Zimbabwe will give public workers a cost of living allowance of between 5 percent...

‘We’re not celebrating’: Zim teachers divided on strike for US dollar pay

Harare - Zimbabwean teachers were divided at the start of an indefinite strike on Tuesday, with...

Gold glitters for Zimbabwe despite gloomy outlook

HARARE –Zimbabwe has surpassed its 2018 gold production target....

Zimbabwe faces 2019 starved of investment inflows and foreign currency

HARARE – Zimbabweans have transitioned into 2019 on the back of mounting economic woes and growing...

Zimbabwe government accused of remaining unaccountable

Johannesburg - Political analysts in Zimbabwe have lashed out at the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa,...

Zimbabwe immigration officials in sexual harassment scandal

Harare ‑ Three senior officials in the Zimbabwean immigration department are under investigation for suspicion that...

UAE to open an embassy in Zimbabwe

Harare - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will open an embassy in Zimbabwe, the UAE president...

Zimbabwe forced to segment Harare-Beitbridge highway dualisation project

Harare ‑ Delays in commencing works on the Harare-Beitbridge highway dualisation have forced the Zimbabwean government...

Junior doctors in Zimbabwe strike over poor pay, lack of basic equipment

Johannesburg – Junior doctors in Zimbabwe have gone on strike over sub-standard conditions, including poor working...

Drought-stricken Zimbabwe at impasse: Grow maize or not?

As Zimbabwe's farmers head to the fields to plant, the country is facing yet another dry...

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