ICC Likely To Lift Zimbabwe Cricket’s Suspension

The status of Zimbabwe’s Full Membership with the International Cricket Council (ICC) is likely to get clear during the governing body meeting in Dubai next week....

Zimbabwe to buy Namibian beef

NAMIBIA'S southern neighbourIng country, Zimbabwe is pondering on importing beef from Namibia to promote economic growth...

Land and tenure in Zimbabwe’s communal areas: why land reform was needed

Access to land is central to the livelihoods of rural people, but in the communal areas...

Open Committee Meetings Monday 14th to Thursday 17th October

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Brothers in alms – Zimbabwe Vigil’s 17th Anniversary Diary

There apparently being nothing pressing to do at home, comrade Mnangagwa splashed out $30,000 an hour...

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The climate change threat to Victoria Falls

Receding water levels at Kariba Dam have meant the two countries that generate electricity from it...

Economic chaos is causing a food security and humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's food insecurity is not just about food production, but access too. It is affected by,...

Telecoms, A Key Driver For Development In Zimbabwe

Image Supplied Like most African countries, Zimbabwe still relies on a self-declaratory system to oversee the...

ICC set to decide future of Zimbabwe Cricket

Will their suspension be lifted? What of their funding and future participation in ICC events? Here's...

It’s official: Hyperinflation has returned to Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is now a hyperinflation economy, according to the Public Accountants and Auditors Board, which is...

Vast Resources to sign diamonds joint venture deal in Zimbabwe

HARARE (Reuters) - London-listed Vast Resources will next week sign an agreement with Zimbabwe’s state diamond...

The problem with SADC’s ‘brotherly’ stance on Zimbabwe sanctions

By supporting Zimbabwe's oppressive government, SADC risks setting a very low bar for democracy in southern...

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