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 family mourns AIDS death

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Zanu (PF) thuggery in SA

SAVIOUS KWINIKA OF CAJ NEWS JOHANNESBURG - About 150 copies of The Zimbabwean were confiscated and...

MDC condemns Chombo

HARARE - The Movement for Democratic Change deplores, in the strongest terms, the decision by the...

When Christmas was Christmas

Remember when Christmas was a time of excitement in the household. Preparing and consuming our favourite...

“Zimbabwe’s starving jumbos face certain death”

WINDHOEK - Namibia has said it cannot accommodate starving elephants from Zimbabwe, as proposed by some...

Tsvangirai calls for a single front to dislodge dictatorship

BY TERERAI KARIMAKWENDA The struggle in Zimbabwe for true independence and democracy has so far been a...

MDC congress recommends constitutional change

HARARE - The Movement for Democratic Change's (MDC) Harare province on Saturday unanimously recommended that the...

MDC elections

HARARE - The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has been holding elections for its structures in...

Cricket crisis deepens

BY TINO ZHAKATA HARARE - Zimbabwe's brilliant young cricket captain Tatenda Taibus recent decision to flee...

UK soccer roundup

BY JOHN HUGHES LONDON - A Spanish double inspired resurgent Liverpool to a seventh straight Premiership...

There is no room

There is a Mexican custom in the days leading up to Christmas whereby people go from...

Elephant count could be wrong – researcher

BY ROSIE MERCER

New research indicates that the existing methodology used for counting game could be...

Magaisa – Names for a new currency

Dear Magaisa, May I suggest the name 'Zimlion' for our new currency? This is a combination of...

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