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, Russia Sign $4 Billion Platinum Mine Deal

Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with Russia to build a new platinum mine in the southern African country, finalizing a deal that’s stalled since 2014....

Zimbabwe mulls ‘use it or lose it’ approach to mining rights 

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwe may withdraw mining rights from companies that take too long to dig...

Zimbabwe to exhume, rebury thousands from 1980s mass killing

Zimbabwe to exhume, rebury thousands from 1980s mass killing aimed at crushing dissidents...

China Relations Led Zimbabwe to Allow Anjin Back Into Gem Mining

Anjin Investments Ltd. was last month allowed to resume diamond mining in Zimbabwe as the African...

Zimdaba off to a great start as key conversations begin

LONDON: International investment initiative, Consolidated Africa Services (CAS) stepped up their facilitation efforts on Tuesday, after...

EU announces additional 7 mln Euros for victims of cyclone Idai in Mozambique

European Union...

UN Refugee Agency rachets up relief airlift for Cyclone Idai

Harare – The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) airlifted supplies for refugees affected by...

Infrastructural development under BRI becomes cornerstone of China-Zimbabwe cooperation

HARARE (Xinhua) -- Infrastructural development has become the cornerstone of China-Zimbabwe cooperation with the Asian giant...

Zimbabwe Seeks $613 Million Aid From Donors After Drought, Cyclone

HARARE — Zimbabwe appealed on Tuesday for $613 million in aid from local and foreign donors to...

Will Zimbabwe’s new currency sink or swim?

The government of Zimbabwe has launched a new – but still unofficial -currency. However, this may...

At more than 400 Zimbabwe health clinics, solar panels keep the lights on

Reliable electricity ensures safe storage of medicines and vaccines....

Chinese Companies Tear Down Zimbabwe’s Environment

MUTARE, Zimbabwe—The environmental impacts by some Chinese companies operating in Zimbabwe can only be described as...

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