Zimbabwe’s deepening crisis: time for second government of national unity?

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CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Zimbabwe plans to start talks in early 2020 on clearing arrears on...

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa Says Relations With U.S. Best in 20 Years

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said relations with the U.S., which imposed sanctions in 2003, are the...

Zimbabwe Shows Africa Can Tackle Corruption

Big things are happening in Zimbabwe’s anti-corruption drive, and other African governments are beginning to take...

Zimbabwe’s addiction to borrowing continues – as inflation rises

As Zimbabwe's financial situation worsens, the government pins its hopes on borrowing more money....

Tesla Batteries Are Keeping Zimbabwe’s Economy Running

Zimbabweans are relying on Tesla Inc. to help them pay their bills....

S.Africa’s Distell turned off crisis-hit Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe’s Import Bill Shows Efforts to Stock Pumps and Shelves

Fuel and food dominate Zimbabwe’s import bill, showing the government’s efforts to keep the economy running...

Desperate Zimbabweans use cell phone transfers to get cash

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — After protests brought Zimbabwe’s capital to a standstill earlier this month, Harare...

Unjust debt and illicit outflows costing SADC billions

London (AIM) – The southern African region is losing 30 billion US dollars a year in...

Why Zimbabwe is running on empty, again

Hunger, rocketing inflation, power blackouts, fuel queues – Zimbabwe has been here before, but it’s been...

Tongaat unit suspended from trading on Zim stock exchange

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has halted trading of Tongaat Huletts unit, Hippo Valley, following a delay...

Zimbabwe aviation regulator courts more companies to invest in airport business

HARARE (Xinhua) -- The Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) is courting investors to operate lounges...

Zimbabwe’s monthly inflation eases to 21 pct in July

HARARE (Xinhua) -- Zimbabwe's month-on-month inflation fell to 21.04 percent in July, down from from 32.96...

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