Gogo arrested for claiming Smith was better

Gogo arrested for claiming Smith was better

An elderly woman from Gweru has found herself in a spot of trouble after comparing current president ED Mnangagwa to the former Rhodesian prime minister Ian D. Smith.

Mnangagwa wants Mugabe exhumed over ‘mystic tsvimbo’, nephew claims

Mnangagwa wants Mugabe exhumed over ‘mystic tsvimbo’, nephew claims

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is behind a bizarre push to exhume the remains of Robert Mugabe in the vain belief that his predecessor was buried with a mystic scepter, or “tsvimbo yaMambo” in the Shona language, that would give him commanding authority as a leader, Mugabe’s exiled nephew Patrick Zhuwawo has sensationally claimed.

Zimbabwe ruling elite more afraid of us, than we’re afraid of them – need for citizens to use their constitutional rights before they’re also taken away

Zimbabwe ruling elite more afraid of us, than we’re afraid of them – need for citizens to use their constitutional rights before they’re also taken away

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French scientists in Zimbabwe use facial recognition technology to ID giraffes

French scientists in Zimbabwe use facial recognition technology to ID giraffes

A team of French scientists in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National park has developed a deep learning computer system to distinguish between individual giraffes, a tool that could help to conserve this iconic African species from extinction.

Zimbabwe Scraps State Cannabis Ownership Rules to Lure Investors

Zimbabwe Scraps State Cannabis Ownership Rules to Lure Investors

Zimbabwe abolished a rule which requires co-ownership between government and private investors in the cultivation of cannabis for medicinal use, seeking to encourage what the country sees becoming the biggest cash crop.

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Zimbabwe’s tobacco farmers plead for a better deal

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Zimbabwe to tighten application process for independent power producers

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Then and now: When silence descended over Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is one of the natural wonders of the world, yet in 2019, it fell...

Pakistan beat Zimbabwe to take a 1-0 lead in the test series

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