More than 200,000 people return to Zimbabwe as COVID-19 impacts regional economies

More than 200,000 people return to Zimbabwe as COVID-19 impacts regional economies

Harare — More than 200,000 Zimbabweans have returned home over the past year due to the economic fallout from COVID-19 in countries where they had been working.

Zimbabwe Decimating Constitutional Democracy

Zimbabwe Decimating Constitutional Democracy

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Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 11 runs, 1-0 leads in T20 series

Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 11 runs, 1-0 leads in T20 series

Pakistan cricket team defeated Zimbabwe by 11 runs, successfully defending their 149-run total in the first fixture of the three-matchT20I series at the Harare Sports Club.

Zim CSOs engage Namibian CSOs, political parties

Zim CSOs engage Namibian CSOs, political parties

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Mwonzora snubs disloyal Masvingo mayor

Mwonzora snubs disloyal Masvingo mayor

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