Zimbabwe’s plan to compensate white farmers is facing a backlash from party loyalists and the farmers

Zimbabwe’s plan to compensate white farmers is facing a backlash from party loyalists and the farmers

Zimbabwe’s latest plan to compensate white commercial farmers who lost land during the fast track Land Reform Program 19 years ago has run into trouble.

Zimbabwe mining firms want ownership restrictions scrapped

Zimbabwe mining firms want ownership restrictions scrapped

Zimbabwe’s Chamber of Mines, which represents most of the mining companies active in the country, wants ownership restrictions on platinum group metals and diamond operations officially scrapped, the group’s president, Batirai Manhando, said.

Facing the truth – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Facing the truth – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Elements of corruption’ is a gross understatement but it was nevertheless a welcome breath of reality from President Mnangagwa in his ZBC television interview on the eve of Independence Day.

A sense of History

A sense of History

I am in the Cape of Good Hope for two weeks, part holiday and part business. The weather has been variable – three days of glorious early winter sun and clear blue skies and right now it is raining.

Mushore wins  2019 Easter open

Mushore wins 2019 Easter open

Zimbabwe Easter Open came to a close on the 21st of April 2019 at Causeway post Office Canteen. There was a lot of fighting chess from the ladies and gentlemen.Candidate Master  Emarald Mushore won the Open Section with 7 points out of 8 games played.

‘I don’t know how my children will survive’: Zimbabwe in crisis

Cyclone Idai washed away the crops that survived a savage drought, leaving 70% of the population in dire need of food...

Zimbabwe Bolsters Trump Connections

Zimbabwe has hired Avenue Global Strategies to a $1.1M one-year contract, which went into effect April...

Zimbabwe corruption runs ‘deep and wide’: Mnangagwa

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa didn’t know the extent of corruption in the country until he took...

South Africa’s Zimbabwe dilemma

As Zimbabwe’s economic and political situation teeters on the verge of chaos, SA takes a disjointed...

The high price of skin bleaching

Huge risks accompany the desire for fair skin...

PICS: Zimbabweans struggle to recover from Cyclone Idai devastation

On March 15, Cyclone Idai slammed into the Chimanimani Mountains that form the border between Zimbabwe...

Shady water tender leaves Mutare suburbs dry

MUTARE, Zimbabwe—Parts of Mutare in eastern Zimbabwe have suffered a water crisis for years after a...

Pro-apartheid expats club that calls Mandela ‘evil terrorist’ makes headlines in UK

A UK-based club for South African and Zimbabwean expats seemingly believes former president Nelson Mandela was...

Celebrating Independence, Hoping for a Peaceful Future

Each year on 18 April Zimbabwe marks independence day, the day when Zimbabwe made a transition...

Zimbabweans forced to leave village after Limpopo xenophobic attacks

A number of Zimbabweans who had been living and working in Tshino village, Thohoyandou, Vuwani, have...

Zimbabwe’s White Farmers Hopeful After Promise of Compensation

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

Zimbabwe attracts two new investors to develop platinum mining projects

MHONDORO-NGEZI, Zimbabwe (Reuters) - Zimbabwe will in coming weeks name two new investors who will develop...

Citizens’ views on Climate Change:

One of the most pressing problems facing Zimbabwe, and all SADC countries in the coming years will...



Mushore wins 2019 Easter open

2019 Easter Open Roars into life