Strike cripples public health sector

HARARE - The two-week strike by doctors has crippled the public health system, forcing state hospitals to operate with a skeleton staff of nurses, foreign doctors...

UK committed to travel ban

LONDON - The British government expects that the travel ban on Zimbabwe's ruling elite and the...

Key witness dies

HARARE - The key witness in the forex trial of Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions secretary-general,...

Dollar drops as demand soars

HARARE - The Zimbabwe dollar has plunged yet further as a result of high importer demand...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

LONDON - A new scheme has just been launched by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM),...

Fuel cripples council

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A New Year

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