We were promised change – but corruption and brutality still rule in Zimbabwe

We were promised change – but corruption and brutality still rule in Zimbabwe

We were promised change – but corruption and brutality still rule in Zimbabwe

Police, soldiers deploy in Bulawayo as opposition challenges protest ban

Soldiers and police deployed in large numbers in Zimbabwe’s second city Bulawayo on Monday to enforce a ban on an anti-government demonstration.

Attacks on tobacco bosses don’t indicate an industry at war: FITA

Attacks on tobacco bosses don’t indicate an industry at war: FITA

The Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association has condemned all acts of violence.

A consoling smile

A consoling smile

She remembered that smile forty years on.  Mrs Hungwe lived in a remote area of NW Zimbabwe, called Gwaze, and during the Liberation War, the nationalist guerrillas virtually controlled it.

Moral Authority is a pre-requisite for Good Governance

Moral Authority is a pre-requisite for Good Governance

Big Monday with Tinashe Eric Muzamhindo writes :

‘Hungry kids collapse as looters take millions’: life in today’s Zimbabwe

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Dry taps in India and Zimbabwe signal looming urban water crises

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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa Speaks of `Truly Remarkable’ Progress

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Eskom begins 400MW power supply to Zimbabwe

Eskom began exports of 400 megawatts into Zimbabwe on Friday, easing a protracted power crisis characterized...

Zimbabwean tourism minister sacked

President Emmerson Mnangagwa fired Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira on Thursday, a statement from Zimbabwe's presidency said,...

Mnangagwa fires minister for ‘inappropriate behaviour’ after corruption charge

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Bangladesh to host Zimbabwe despite ICC ban

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Zimbabwean Banks Plan to Fight $100 Million Paynet Lawsuit

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