Zimbabwe’s Moves to End Dollarization Challenged in Court

HARARE -  A Zimbabwe human rights lawyer asked the High Court on Tuesday to overturn a government decision to ban the use of foreign currencies, a...

Zimbabwe Says Dehorning Rhinos Paying Off

ZIMBABWE - Zimbabwe says its practice of dehorning rhinos is bearing fruit, as it has kept...

Number of Zimbabweans Seeking Medical Treatment Falls

HARARE - Zimbabwe’s Association of Healthcare Funders says the number of people seeking medical help has...

Zimbabwean Businesses Abandon Local Currency for US Dollars

With Zimbabwe's economy struggling, more businesses are refusing to accept local currency, taking only U.S. dollars....

Desperate Zimbabweans Risk Lives in Abandoned Mines

Government says it has embarked on a safe mining campaign targeting small-scale miners...

Zimbabweans Air Anger Amid Economic Meltdown

CHINHOYI, ZIMBABWE — Pro-government statements are the norm in Chinhoyi, the hometown of former president Robert...

Zimbabwe Land Audit Uncovers Serious Irregularities, Illegal Sales, Multiple Farm Owners

WASHINGTON — A government-funded audit in Zimbabwe has revealed serious irregularities in the redistribution of land seized...

Zimbabwean Villagers Resist a Chinese Company’s Mining Project

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwe has clamored for outside investment in recent years, but villagers north of the...

Zimbabwe Wildlife Orphanage Rescues, Educates Against Poaching

The Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage is home to 25 animal species, some endangered, some rescued from poachers...

Zimbabwe President: Time to Talk About Mugabe-Era Massacres

Zimbabweans affected by Gukurahundi in the 1980s say talk, reburials not enough, want compensation...

Relatives Want Compensation in Zimbabwe’s State-Sanctioned Massacres

As Zimbabwe observed its 39th anniversary of independence, Zimbabweans in the southern part of the country...

Zimbabwe’s White Farmers Hopeful After Promise of Compensation

Most white farmers lost land under redistribution program of President Robert Mugabe...

Zimbabwe Seeks $613 Million Aid From Donors After Drought, Cyclone

HARARE — Zimbabwe appealed on Tuesday for $613 million in aid from local and foreign donors to...

Cyclone Idai Victims Appeal to Zimbabwean Government for Relief

CHIMANIMANI, ZIMBABWE — The Zimbabwean government says it is appealing to the international community for help with...

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