Zimbabwe’s woes worsen amid load shedding, low water levels

Zimbabwe’s woes worsen amid load shedding, low water levels

Zimbabwe’s hydro-power generation has been depressed due to falling water levels at Lake Kariba, while breakdowns at the Hwange Thermal power station have added to the crisis.

Zimbabwe’s wheat supplies ‘drastically’ decline

Zimbabwe’s wheat supplies ‘drastically’ decline

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe’s wheat stocks have “drastically” declined, according to a June 17 statement from the Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe and could lead to shortages of fresh bread.

Zimbabwe on the brink as inflation nears 100%

Zimbabwe on the brink as inflation nears 100%

Unions and nongovernmental organisations warn of impending strikes and unrest

Zimbabwe President Says He Will Fight for Reforms with Heart and Soul

Zimbabwe President Says He Will Fight for Reforms with Heart and Soul

HARARE, Zimbabwe – In a wide-ranging radio interview, Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he wants reforms to be his legacy. “As your President, I have a mission to reform Zimbabwe, so that we can build a country in which all have an opportunity to prosper based on talent, not corruption”, he said. “I will fight for that goal with all of my heart and soul.”

3 Months Later, Zimbabweans Still Feel Effects of Cyclone Idai

HARARE — Cyclone Idai ripped through eastern Zimbabwe three months ago after striking Mozambique and Malawi. A top U.N. official for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief...

Zimbabwe demands right to sell ivory to fund game reserves

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Zimbabwe may consider withdrawing from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species because the organization...

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Zimbabwe started implementing load shedding in mid-May due to a combination of low water levels at...

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Zimbabwe has fired the board of its energy supplier ZESA, accusing it of concentrating on peripherial...

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