Cyclone Idai caused $2bn of damage and affected millions, says World Bank

Global lender says the cyclone affected about 3 million people, damaging infrastructure and livelihoods...

Zimbabwe’s £118,000 outlay on judges’ wigs met with fury

Lawyers say economically stricken country’s purchase of horsehair wigs made in London evokes spirit of colonialism...

‘We don’t have anything’: the fight for survival after Cyclone Idai

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Cyclone Idai ‘might be southern hemisphere’s worst such disaster’

Millions from Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe affected as houses and roads submerged...

Doctors in Zimbabwe ‘sending patients away to die’ as drug shortages bite

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Call for Zimbabwe to halt repression

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UK urged to stop deportations to Zimbabwe

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Home Office criticised for accelerating removals to Zimbabwe

Lawyers say UK is working with Zimbabwe to deport asylum seekers despite human rights abuses...

West stirring up unrest in Zimbabwe to force regime change, says Zanu-PF

Party briefing blames ‘rogue NGOs’ and ‘hostile intelligence services’ for violence...

Zimbabwe crackdown could last months, activists fear

Opposition figures are in hiding as arrests and beatings continue. But the anger at Mnangagwa’s regime...

Zimbabwe crackdown could last months, activists fear

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Zimbabwe dared to hope. Then the military arrived

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The Guardian view on Zimbabwe’s crackdown: Mugabe went, but the regime lives on

The ruthless crushing of protests shows how little has changed since Emmerson Mnangagwa took over...

Civilians beaten and abducted in major Zimbabwe crackdown

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