Zimbabwe blames measles surge on sect gatherings after 80 children die

Zimbabwe blames measles surge on sect gatherings after 80 children die

HARARE (Reuters) – A measles outbreak has killed 80 children in Zimbabwe since April, the ministry of health has said, blaming church sect gatherings for the surge.

Zimbabwe hospital workers plot stillbirth burials

Zimbabwe hospital workers plot stillbirth burials

The policy is to cremate deceased infants but Bulawayo Hospital’s incinerators are not working

Zimbabwe govt abandons SA diaspora

Zimbabwe govt abandons SA diaspora

THE Zimbabwe government has confirmed that it will not assist its citizens based in South Africa facing deportation in December after the expiry of the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEPs) with Foreign Affairs and International trade minister Frederick Shava saying they are ready to receive the nationals back home.

Black and Female by Tsitsi Dangarembga review – a woman’s defiant fight to write

Black and Female by Tsitsi Dangarembga review – a woman’s defiant fight to write

The Zimbabwean author celebrates the act of artistic creation while exploring the colonial, racial and gender biases she has faced Zimbabwean writer

August always has a story to tell

August always has a story to tell

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Fuel suppliers demand cash up front

HARARE - International Jet A1 fuel suppliers have withdrawn credit lines to the national passenger carrier Air Zimbabwe and are demanding cash upfront after the...

Britain dumping Zimbabweans in Malawi

BY FRAZER POTANI
LILONGWE - Britain is dumping Zimbabweans in possession of Malawian passports in neighbouring Malawi...

Botswana to expel illegal Zims

GABORONE - Botswana police say they have begun a campaign to round-up illegal immigrants from neighbouring...

Chinamasa sneaks into SA

JOHANNESBURG - The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Patrick Chinamasa, sneaked into South Africa...

MDC smashes Zanu’s rural stronghold

HARARE - MDC's rural blitz and its costly participation in the electoral route to achieve change...

Paranoid Mugabe trusts no-one

•Politburo members frisked
•Bomb-proof hideout built
BY GIFT PHIRI
HARARE - Like so many dictators before him, President...

Police permission for kitchen tea

BY TRUDY STEVENSON
HARARE - The Zimbabwe regime is now so terrified of revolt that you have...

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On Friday last week, the pro-state church leaders launched their National Vision...

Ndlovu losing his touch?

PRETORIA - Former Zimbabwe Warriors Captain, Peter Ndlovu seems to be losing his touch, if last...

Soccer duo loses contracts

JOHANNESBURG - Former Zimbabwe international soccer duo, Wilfred and William Mugeyi, have found themselves clubless in...

Rooney back in business

BY JOHN HUGHES
LONDON - Wayne Rooney and Teddy Sheringham, two England strikers at the opposite ends...

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Christian Responses to the Crisis in Zimbabwe

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Arrupe College, 23 October...

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