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.”

Zimbabwe president says new currency a must by year-end

HARARE - Zimbabwe must have a new currency by the end of the year, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Friday, arguing this would help stabilise prices and inflation, which...

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Smart choices are required by citizens and policymakers alike, so millions of men, women and children...

Resolving Political Crisis Panacea to arresting Economic Meltdown

The continued economic meltdown in Zimbabwe is as a result of the legitimacy crisis on the...

Zimbabwe plans corn tender, signaling biggest imports in 3 years

Zimbabwe’s government plans to boost corn imports as adverse weather slashes the southern African nation’s harvest....

Zimbabwe is ‘open for business’ but its struggling citizens would say otherwise

Under new leadership, sweeping reforms and financial aid is falling short of turning the country's fortunes...

Terrorism charges against Zimbabwean activists are unfounded

Transparency International condemns the Zimbabwean government's crackdown on civil society and calls for charges against seven activists arrested...

Abductions and torture on the rise

The MDC condemns in the strongest terms the abduction and brutalising of ARTUZ leader, Obert Masaraure...

Gvt to Civil Servants – No Salary Increase Yet

Government has dismissed reports of an imminent salary increase to all civil servants adding discussions are...

When the Value of Money Changes Daily, What Does it Cost to Live?

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Charles Mubwandarika’s father worked as a general hand, assisting with errands, cleaning and...

Zimbabwe and EU seek to move on from Mugabe-era strains

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe and the European Union began political talks on Wednesday aimed at turning...

Zimbabwe’s economic crisis driving homeless boys into illegal gay sex trade

BULAWAYO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - On a sunny morning in the central business district of Zimbabwe’s...

Between land ownership and food security

A land dispute in Zimbabwe has highlighted a major hurdle in the country’s new agricultural policies....

Zimbabwe’s Quasi-Currency Continues on Its Precipitous Slide

Zimbabwe’s currency crisis deepened on Tuesday as its quasi-currency, known as the RTGS$, extended its slide...

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