Zimbabwe’s doctors’ strike reaches 100 days mark

Zimbabwe’s doctors’ strike reaches 100 days mark

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government appeared hopeful that after 100 days, the doctors’ strike may finally be drawing to a close.

ZimThrive initiative to host homecoming event to encourage nationals living abroad to return home

ZimThrive initiative to host homecoming event to encourage nationals living abroad to return home

A Zimbabwean initiative dubbed ZimThrive will host an event aimed at urging countrymen living in South Africa to return home through a “homecoming extravaganza” to be held in April.

Cars turned into bedrooms as residents demand stop to nuisance

Cars turned into bedrooms as residents demand stop to nuisance

The Newlands Residents Association has engaged law enforcement agents and the Harare City Council to help in restoring order at the Newlands Shopping Centre which they say has been turned into a sex haven by imbibers.

Zimbabwe’s currency crisis is far from being resolved

Zimbabwe’s currency crisis is far from being resolved

Could joining the Common Monetary Area rand zone be the most promising option? By Keith Jefferis for ISS TODAY

On brink of ‘man-made’ starvation, Zimbabweans struggling to cope

On brink of ‘man-made’ starvation, Zimbabweans struggling to cope

Shifting policies on land reform and food subsidies by successive governments have contributed to the dire situation.

Zimbabwe cricket dispute chaos

HARARE - Zimbabwe's national cricket coach, Kevin Curran, has been accused of trying to persuade some of the country's striking players to sign the controversial new...

Under-19 cricket victory for Zim

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A hungry angry people

BY MUONGORORI BULAWAYO - When I think about what is happening right now I wonder - when...

Death of a President

The death of a leader provides a moment to pause and reflect on the values, achievements...

Shortages and profiteers abound

BY LITANY BIRD Dear Family and Friends, Writing a letter this week is no mean achievement, being able...

Happy birthday to you

BY MAGAISA IBENZI WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - This year, two very old people celebrate their...

The making of a tyrant

BY SAMUEL MARUTA Chakafukidza dzimba matenga, Zimbabweans say. Loosely translated, this Shona proverb means roofs conceal...

Vigil Diary – 4th February 2006

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Appeal to save The Africa Centre

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Refugee director promises probe

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Zim Ind journos held to ransom

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State media censors Gono

HARARE - While the MIC continues to restrict the private media, it has remained deafeningly silent...

Media Laws Tightened

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