Opposition Leader Rallies Zimbabweans Towards 31 July Mass Action

Opposition Leader Rallies Zimbabweans Towards 31 July Mass Action

Transform Zimbabwe President Jacob Ngarivhume has urged Zimbabweans to voice out against economic and political challenges facing the country through a mass action slated for the 31st of July 2020.

So much lies and distortions in Zimbabwean history

So much lies and distortions in Zimbabwean history

The true story needs to finally be told

‘Repressive’ Zimpapers faces fury over suspension of CapiTalk boss

‘Repressive’ Zimpapers faces fury over suspension of CapiTalk boss

HARARE – The Zimbabwe Editors Forum (Zinef) on Wednesday accused Zimpapers of intimidating journalists after CapiTalk FM boss Nyaradzo Makombe-Hazangwi was suspended over a sponsored programme to discuss “ending torture and impunity in Zimbabwe.”

Zimbabwe reopens wildlife parks, restaurants in relaxation

Zimbabwe reopens wildlife parks, restaurants in relaxation

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe has reopened its national parks to the public and allowed restaurants to serve food within their premises, some relief for the country’s hospitality sector struggling from restrictions to combat the new coronavirus.

Families sleep in water lines as drought grips Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo

Families sleep in water lines as drought grips Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo

BULAWAYO: Twice a week, Nothi Mlalazi joins a long line with dozens of other people – some of whom have slept there overnight – and stands for hours waiting for water in Zimbabwe’s second-largest city.

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WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - Zimbabwe is now importing n'angas (traditional medicine men)...

Zims agree on Home Office meeting

LONDON - In a show of unity, Zimbabweans representing various groups met here on Friday and...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 12th August 2006

LONDON - A large and boisterous Vigil with good news from several quarters. Harris Nyatsanza...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

LONDON - A new scheme has just been launched by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM),...

Partying for a cause

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No Heroes Acre rest for Mugabe

JOHANNESBURG - Hundreds of Zimbabweans living in South Africa brushed aside economic and political havoc at...

Joyce Mujuru – SA’s “guest of dishonour”

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SA human rights abuses documented

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Mutasa threatens Independent

HARARE - Didymus Mutasa, the Minister of State Security has threatened to sue the privately-owned Zimbabwe...

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Africa's fasted growing news agency, the Centre for African Journalists (CAJ News) has four vacancies for...

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