Britain ‘deeply concerned’ at Zimbabwe unrest; summons ambassador

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain summoned the UK Zimbabwean ambassador on Thursday to express its deep concern at unrest that has left three people dead and many...

Scores arrested, beaten as Zimbabwe police crack down on protests

HARARE (Reuters) - Scores of Zimbabwean civilians including a prominent activist were detained and charged with...

Zimbabwe plans new currency as dollar shortage bites: finance minister

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe will introduce a new currency in the next 12 months, the finance...

Zimbabwe doctors end strike without deal as unions meet government

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean doctors on Thursday ended a 40-day strike for better pay and conditions...

Zimbabwe lays off more than 3,000 civil servants

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s government has begun laying off just over 3,000 workers from its youth...

Delta Beverages to accept cash only amid currency crunch

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s largest brewing company Delta Corporation said on Wednesday that its beverages subsidiary...

Zimbabwe sees no radical change for platinum, diamond ownership

LONDON (Reuters) - Zimbabwe does not plan to change its ownership rules for diamonds and platinum,...

Zimbabwe opposition leader: ‘my hands are clean’ in post-vote violence

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader told an official inquiry on Monday he had not...

Zimbabwe’s unlicensed foreign currency traders face 10-year jail

HARARE (Reuters) - Unlicensed foreign currency traders in Zimbabwe face up to 10 years in jail...

Dirty business: the soil-hunters eating Zimbabwe’s habitable land

HARARE, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At a makeshift Pentecostal church in one of Harare’s poorer...

Zimbabwe’s farmers feel the heat of fires – and of price hikes

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An extended dry season, runaway wildfires and a lack of foreign...

Tharisa to set more mining output records, looks to Zimbabwe

LONDON (Reuters) - South African-focused platinum and chrome miner Tharisa reported on Monday record production for...

Zimbabwe’s dingy trains mirror economic decline

HARARE (Reuters) - Dark, dirty and slow, Zimbabwe’s trains, like much else in the impoverished southern...

Zimbabwe’s new finance minister says ‘fiscal shock’ needed for reform

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Newly appointed Zimbabwean Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube would like to employ a...

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