Zimbabwe seeks EU support in sale of ivory stockpile

Zimbabwe seeks EU support in sale of ivory stockpile

Zimbabwe has asked the European Union to support its bid to sell over 150,000 tonnes of ivory that it has accumulated due to the global ban on the sale of tusks.

For Displaced Villagers in Zimbabwe, Diamonds Are No Friend

For Displaced Villagers in Zimbabwe, Diamonds Are No Friend

MUTARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwean villagers displaced more than a decade ago to make way for a joint government and Chinese-run diamond mine are still waiting for promised compensation and proper housing.

UNICEF Zimbabwe Humanitarian Situation Report No. 2: March-April 2022

English Situation Report on Zimbabwe about Contributions, Coordination, Epidemic, Flood and more; published on 16 May 2022 by UNICEF

Zimbabwe healthcare bleeds amid mass nurse exodus

Harare (AFP) – Virginia Mutsamwira says she treats four times the number of patients she should ideally handle at a township clinic in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.

At least 24 children killed by measles outbreaks un Zimbabwe’s Manicaland

At least 24 children killed by measles outbreaks un Zimbabwe’s Manicaland

Zimbabwe has been hit by a deadly measles outbreak concentrated in the Eastern Province of Manicaland.

Mobilizing from South Africa

BY GERALD SVOVAH
JOHANNESBURG - MDC South Africa held a successful District Congress for Zimbabweans in the township of Alexandra. Following preliminary meetings held in Alexandra a...

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Williams, Mahlangu remanded

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Massive WOZA, MOZA demos end in 180 arrests

BULAWAYO - More than 180 members of WOZA and its newly-formed brother organisation, MOZA, were arrested...

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JOHANNESBURG - With words ablaze and dropped jaws the grassroots poetry caravan hit Johannesburg last month....

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Zim gov welcomes Al Jazeera

HARARE - In an unprecedented move that raised eyebrows, a press conference at President Robert Mugabe's...

State torturers named

HARARE - The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, a coalition of 14 human rights civic groups,...

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HARARE - Political interference has scuttled a US$400 million deal with an Indian firm to rehabilitate...

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