PICS: Zimbabweans struggle to recover from Cyclone Idai devastation

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 and Mozambique, GroundUpreported.

Shady water tender leaves Mutare suburbs dry

Shady water tender leaves Mutare suburbs dry

MUTARE, Zimbabwe—Parts of Mutare in eastern Zimbabwe have suffered a water crisis for years after a tender to upgrade the city’s system was allegedly awarded to a company with no experience in major water infrastructure development.

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

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 “evil”, a “terrorist”

‘Resurrection’ fraud case postponed

‘Resurrection’ fraud case postponed

The case into the resurrection of a man has been postponed to 26 April.

Celebrating Independence, Hoping for a Peaceful Future

Celebrating Independence, Hoping for a Peaceful Future

Each year on 18 April Zimbabwe marks independence day, the day when Zimbabwe made a transition from colonial rule to majority rule. In the preamble to the Constitution, the people of Zimbabwe salute ‘our heroic resistance to colonialism, racism and all forms of domination and oppression.’

Zimbabwe and Russia Unite in US$4 Billion Platinum Mine Deal

Russia and Zimbabwe have come together to build a new platinum mine that will cost approximately US$4 billion....

EGU delegates map Zimbabwe to help Cyclone Idai recovery

First EGU mapathon tags more than 200 buildings in OpenStreetMap...

Zimbabwe Plans Central Bank Rate ‘Soon,’ Finance Minister Says

Zimbabwe will “soon” introduce a central bank reference rate as part of measures the southern African...

It’s Back to 2008 for Zimbabwe as Economy Set to Shrink: Chart

For Zimbabwe, 2008 was not a good year: there was hyperinflation, an election derailed by political...

Zimbabwe Plans to Introduce Currency ‘In Next 12 Months’: FM Ncube

Zimbabwe Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube discusses the nation's currency regime, help needed from foreign institutions and...

Zimbabwe’s dollar crisis rages, even with it’s dictator gone

A shortage of foreign exchange is forcing more and more private firms to shut down. ...

Amid criticism of the government response to Cyclone Idai, Zimbabweans pitch in and self-help

Cut off from much of the country, residents in Chimanimani have become first responders, offering food,...

Biti’s lawyer, aides plead not guilty

As “border jumping” trial commences...

Zimdaba concludes on a ‘successful note’

LONDON: Business forum, Zimdaba concluded its two-day conference on a very productive note, with high-profile business...

Zimbabwe Miners Want Government to Officially Scrap Ownership Limits

Zimbabwe’s Chamber of Mines, which represents most of the mining companies active in the country, wants...

Zimbabwean farmers claim billions in damages from SA government

With AfriForum’s support, altogether 25 Zimbabwean farmers and farming businesses have just issued summons on the...

Cyclone Idai’s death toll nears 1,000 in Mozambique, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe updates its toll to 344 while Mozambique says recorded fatalities stand at 602, taking the...

Zimbabwe’s Currency Reforms Aren’t Sufficient, Miners Say

Zimbabwe’s currency reforms have not gone far enough and complete liberalization is needed to end a...

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