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Who cares if the presidents knows bread price, when millions of Zimbabweans can’t afford even a loaf?

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Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum Statement on Zimbabwe’s Re-Admission to the Commonwealth

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Ziyambi Ziyambi exposes self and President Mnangagwa on Diaspora Vote stance

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Zanu PF Politburo member has declared that the party faces demise if Finance Minister Prof Mthuli...

This Zimbabwe bank has raised key rate to a record high of 200%

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‘This is going to cause chaos in SA’: Fears expressed over Zimbabwe Exemption Permit cancellation

Zimbabwean expatriates are scrambling to apply for a visa to continue living in South Africa after...

Zimbabwe updates National Cancer Control Plan to mitigate the increase of cases in the country

Mazowe, Zimbabwe – Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for nearly 10 million...

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