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Two serving ambassadors, a retired diplomat and a high-ranking army officer are among numerous individuals who have been controversially settled on a private Midlands conservancy....

Zimbabwe steps up efforts to curb illegal trade in ozone depleting substances

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On brink of ‘man-made’ starvation, Zimbabweans struggling to cope

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Zimbabwe industry capacity utilization to decline amid challenges

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Zimbabweans Go for Alternatives as Bread Becomes Unaffordable

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Zimbabwe may let foreigners own majority stakes in diamond mines

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