Nyusi inaugurates rebuilt Beira-Zimbabwe highway

Nyusi inaugurates rebuilt Beira-Zimbabwe highway

Inchope (Mozambique) (AIM) – Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Thursday inaugurated the rebuilt highway from the central port of Beira to the Zimbabwean border, a distance of 287 kilometres.

A dark day that moved Zimbabwe to another level of suffering and oppression

A dark day that moved Zimbabwe to another level of suffering and oppression

I remember – as if it were just a few hours ago – waking up as usual at dawn on the morning of 15 November 2017, then routinely checking my WhatsApp, only to be greeted by a barrage of messages to the effect that there had been a coup d’etat, and that the state broadcaster had been taken over by soldiers who were repeatedly issuing a statement and playing endless ‘Chimurenga’ music.

Zimbabwe: Millions at Risk of Starving Amid Climate Change-Fueled Drought

Zimbabwe: Millions at Risk of Starving Amid Climate Change-Fueled Drought

In Zimbabwe, the United Nations is warning 5.5 million rural residents — or nearly a third of Zimbabwe’s population — are at risk of food shortages due to a devastating drought brought on by climate change.

Bankers now endangered

EDITOR - James Mapapu has recently quoted Professor Gono. "We call upon the Government to declare an amnesty to all those who may have erred and...

Let us take responsibility

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Put constitution first

EDITOR - Democracy's guiding principle is citizenship. This involves both the right to be treated by...

Bread and roses from WOZA

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT BULAWAYO - This Valentine's Day WOZA, Women of Zimbabwe Arise, will be...

Economist predicts more gloom

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Pride at the root of it all?

PATRICK BOND concludes his analysis of the Zimbabwe-South Africa-IMF loan debacle. By August 2005, Mbeki assumed...

Exhibitionism replaces leadership

BY MICHAEL HARTNACK HARARE - There are times when I despair not only of the journalism...

Crocodiles die of hunger at Zimbabwe Tourism authority chef’s farm

BY VIOLET GONDA Johnny Rodriguez a member of the Zimbabwe Conservation Taskforce has said the death...

Chefs behind gold smuggling – Gono

HARARE - Zimbabwe's chefs (a euphemism for the ruling elite) were behind most the country's gold...

WFP feeds Zimbabweans

HARARE - The World Food Program (WFP) has started bringing in more food to Zimbabwe after...

IMF team in Harare

HARARE - AN IMF team of experts is in the country meeting politicians from both the...

ZESA loses $8 trillion

HARARE - The troubled Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) had made an operational loss of over...

Sainthood for Nyerere?

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