Zimbabwe arrests over 1,300 in 24 hours amid lockdown

Police say most people were arrested for violating a ban on public gatherings, others for not wearing masks amid pandemic...

Thousands arrested in Zimbabwe for violating lockdown rules

More than two thousand people have been arrested in Zimbabwe for contravening the regulations of the...

Zimbabwe Turns Water Cannon on Coronavirus

HARARE (REUTERS) - Zimbabwe's police began using water cannon on Friday to disinfect markets and bus ranks,...

MDC: Zimbabwe Police Almost Gunned Down Chamisa in Marondera

Presidential spokesperson Nkululeko Sibanda says Chamisa was not injured while some party supporters suffered injuries when...

Laywers protest, petition Kazembe, Matanga over police brutality

ZIMBABWEAN lawyers on Friday 29 November 2019 marched during a demonstration to protest against harassment and assault...

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A Harare man was found dead early this morning on the railway line that separates Mufakose...

Zimbabwean doctors protest against abduction of union leader

Zimbabwean doctors protest against abduction of union leader, latest government critic seized...

Zimbabwe police arrest 10 union officials as clampdown deepens

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s government offered to raise public sector wages by 76% on Friday, an...

Zimbabwe arrests senior opposition official over demonstration

HARARE (Reuters) - Police in Zimbabwe arrested a senior opposition official on Thursday on charges of...

Zimbabwe bans opposition demonstrations, police on high alert

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean police have banned street demonstrations planned by the main opposition on Friday...

Zimbabwe Opposition Plans Demonstrations Over Economy Next Week

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