Zimbabwe NGOs, Opposition Accuse Security Forces of Brutalizing Protestors

Human rights lawyers and opposition in Zimbabwe say President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government is failing to respect citizens rights by responding to protests with brutality. As Columbus...

Top Soap, Cooking Oil Producer Olivine Industries Shuts Down Zimbabwe Operations

WASHINGTON — Top cooking oil, soap and margarine manufacturer, Olivine Industries, has shut down operations in Zimbabwe,...

Zimbabwe Church, Health Ministry Launches Anti-Drug Campaign

HARARE — A group of concerned Zimbabweans has started an anti-alcohol and drug campaign, targeting communities in...

Zimbabwe Teachers Planning Paralyzing Strike Amid Economic Decay

WASHINGTON — Zimbabwean teachers are planning a stay away next Tuesday on the first day of the...

Senior Zimbabwe Doctors Down Tools As Mnangagwa Abandons Leave to Resolve Crippling Strike

Registrars working in state hospitals have downed tools in solidarity with junior and middle level doctors...

Zimbabwe Hikes Traffic Fines to Boost Revenue

The government of Zimbabwe, which has struggled to pay salaries amid a sinking economy, is drastically...

Striking Zimbabwe Doctors Urged to Return to Work As State Downgrades Juniors’ Status

Professor Chiwora, whose organization gave government 48 hours last Friday to resolve the standoff between the...

Zimbabwe Minister Muchinguri-Kashiri: I Didn’t Kill Tongogara

“I happened to be in the same car with him when the accident happened. There was...

Zimbabwe’s Comedians Ridicule Country’s Depressed Christmas

While maintaining hope, comedians are making fun of the country's austerity measures hitting ht population hard...

Zimbabwe Judge Declares Doctors’ Strike Illegal, Orders Them to Go Back to Work

The Labor Court has ordered striking Zimbabwean doctors to return to court within the next few...

Better Pay Key to Averting Strike, Zimbabwe Teachers Say

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa did not speak with the media after his closed-door meeting...

Zimbabwe Relocates Elephants to Poacher-ravaged Park

Move aims to test if the anti-poaching system in the park is working before authorities relocate...

Zimbabwe NGOs Worry Government Could Close Them

HARARE — Human rights organizations and opposition parties in Zimbabwe fear the "old days" are back after...

Can Drought-Proof Maize Save Zimbabwe’s Farmers?

HARARE — Researchers are betting that a drought-proof variety of maize can help farmers in Zimbabwe withstand...

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