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The 22-year-old now says he wants to study law to protect others vulnerable to kidnapping and...

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Could Zimbabwe really be heading for a mass starvation?

The country, where inflation is more than 300%, cannot afford the paper and ink to make...

Robert Mugabe family backs down over burial after ‘threat to Grace’

Robert Mugabe is to be buried at the cemetery he built - although this goes against...

Acres of empty seats as Zimbabwe says goodbye to Robert Mugabe

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Mnangagwa promised a ‘Zimbabwe you want’ but has failed to deliver

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Rescue teams race to save thousands trapped by Cyclone Idai

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Daylight beatings instil public fear in ‘lawless’ country

Frightened civilians question what is happening to their nation, as members of the security services are...

Troops return to Zimbabwe’s streets with a vengeance

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Zimbabwe’s president didn’t get the welcome home he hoped for

The president skipped Davos amid a wave of unrest, with fuel prices risen 150% and violent...

Zimbabwe leader Emmerson Mnangagwa: ‘Heads will roll’ after brutal crackdown on protesters

The Zimbabwe president says he will investigate the alleged torture of demonstrators after unrest over steep...

Zimbabwe’s worst economic crisis in a decade: Street vendors sell contraband

Faced with its worst economic crisis in a decade and an unemployment rate of 90%, Zimbabwe is fast becoming...

‘Little change’ in Zimbabwe since historic election

Sky News discovers evidence of election-related intimidation and harassment against opponents of the ruling Zanu-PF party....

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