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.

12-km queue at Musina

BY ZAKEUS CHIBAYA MUSINA - 24-hour, 12-km-long queues greet thousands of Zimbabweans in this border town as they make a last minute rush to get home...

VOP raided

BY LANCE GUMA Three journalists from an independent radio station, Voice of the People (VOP), who were...

State-run ZBH ignores passport law

BY A CORRESPONDENT HARARE - Inexplicably, state-run ZBH simply ignored the Mugabe regime's latest manifestation of...

Mugabe’s speech cancelled

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A paper by Robert Mugabe entitled: Horrors Of Civil War: An African Perspective, suffered...

Police take hostages

HARARE - For the first time, Zimbabwean police have taken hostages. Three employees of the private...

Influential help needed

EDITOR - Zimbabwe is in a mess, and described by a senior official of the United...

Unity our only weapon

EDITOR - I still remember well the day workers and students packed Rufaro Stadium in Harare....

Hunger striking will not help

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We are not afraid!

So Zanu is now resorting to sending thugs to South Africa to destroy newspapers it doesn't...

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Mugabe borrows from FCA’s

HARARE - The Zimbabwe government plans to introduce new regulations to allow it to temporarily borrow...

Gono begs Mugabe to save nation

HARARE - Zimbabwe central bank governor Gideon Gono has written to President Robert Mugabe to tell...

The nemesis of nonsense

BY TREVOR GRUNDY Guy Arnold is the well-respected anti-apartheid campaigner who headed up the African Bureau...

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