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Zimbabwe says its relations with Britain still cordial despite summit snub

Zimbabwean government said Friday its relations with the United Kingdom remain cordial, despite London's decision not to invite it to the UK-Africa Investment Summit...
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AfDB urges Zimbabwe to continue with economic reforms

The African Development Bank (AfDB) on Thursday urged Zimbabwe to continue implementing reforms to ensure macro-economic stability in the country. "We urge...
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Zimbabwe among 15 global hotspots suffering food insecurity – WFP

The UN World Food Program (WFP) has placed Zimbabwe among 15 global hotspots at risk of deteriorating further into crisis if there is no...

Road accidents kill 138 during festive season in Zimbabwe

At least 138 people died in 1,518 road accidents during the three-week festive period from Dec. 15, 2019 to Jan. 6, 2020, the Zimbabwe...

Yearender: An eventful year for Zimbabwe as economy continues to struggle

The death of former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Sept. 6 was one of the biggest event in 2019 for the country, with the...
Emmerson Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa urges main opposition party to join political parties’ dialogue

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Sunday the door was still open for any political party in the country to join the Political Actors...
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Zimbabwe’s tobacco planting hectarage drops

Land put under tobacco production in the 2019/20 summer cropping season currently stands at 35,998 hectares, down from 42, 010 that had been planted...
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Zimbabwe’s First Lady hails Huawei’s contribution to ICT development

Huawei Technologies Zimbabwe on Monday held a ceremony to launch the National ICT Competition 2019-2020 and sign MOU with 6 universities in Zimbabwe. ...
Zimbabwe's economy is fragile and it does not have its own currency

Zimbabwe to introduce higher denomination banknotes

Zimbabwe's central bank will release higher denomination new banknotes it introduced last week to ease the prevailing cash shortages, a senior official said on...

Zimbabwe fires more doctors for illegal striking

The Zimbabwean government said Thursday it has so far fired 435 junior doctors at public hospitals for engaging in an illegal strike. ...
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211 doctors fired in Zimbabwe amid strike

Zimbabwe's Health Services Board (HSB) has to date fired 211 junior doctors at government hospitals since it began disciplinary hearings for the striking health...

Zimbabwe fires 77 striking doctors as situation in public hospitals remains dire

Zimbabwe's Health Services Board (HSB) has fired 77 junior government doctors who had been on strike since Sept. 3 demanding improved working conditions. ...

Zimbabwe hikes fuel prices yet again

Zimbabwe fuel regulator, the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) on Tuesday announced yet another fuel price increase with diesel and petrol now costing 17.47...
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African Union calls for lifting of economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe

The Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission Moussa Faki Mahamat has called for the immediate removal of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe. ...
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Zimbabwe pledges US$1 million to Global Fund

Zimbabwe on Thursday pledged 1 million U.S. dollars to the Global Fund, which is seeking to raise at least 14 billion U.S. dollars for...
Zimbabwe's economy is fragile and it does not have its own currency

Namibia approves Zimbabwe anti-sanctions drive

The Namibian government on Thursday endorsed the engagement of local stakeholders to come up with measures to push the lifting of economic embargo against...

Zimbabwe fuel prices maintain upward trend

Fuel prices went up by 1.19 Zimbabwe dollars per liter for diesel and 1.14 Zimbabwe dollars per liter for petrol effective Monday, as energy...
Zimbabwe President Robert G. Mugabe casket carried by soldiers to Rufaro Stadium on September 12, 2019.

Zimbabwe Proclaims Former President Mugabe (1924-2019) a National Hero

Millions pay tribute to founding leader of the liberated state and republic During the early morning hours of September 6, a news item shook the...

Mozambique to sell 50 MW of electricity to Zimbabwe

Mozambique's national electricity firm will sell 50 megawatts of electricity to Zimbabwe, it was announced in Maputo on Thursday. A memorandum on...
Cuba and Zimbabwe

Cuba, Zimbabwe highlight friendly legislative ties

Esteban Lazo, president of Cuba's National Assembly of People's Power, or the parliament, met in Havana on Wednesday with the president of Zimbabwe's Senate,...

Zimbabwe fuel prices increase yet again

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) on Monday increased fuel prices again and also implemented a new pricing model which takes into account transportation...

EU must be stopped as they are set to condemn young elephants-Born Free

This week, in a landmark decision, 46 governments voted in committee to end the barbaric practice of capturing live wild baby and juvenile elephants,...
Zimbabwe's economy is fragile and it does not have its own currency

UNHCHR concerns about Zimbabwe socio-economic crisis

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) on Friday said it was concerned about the socio-economic crisis unraveling in...

Southern African region records lowest crop season rainfall since 1981

Total rainfall for the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region for the latest crop season, from October 2018 to March 2019, was the lowest...
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Tanzania ready to sell 700,000 tonnes of maize to Zimbabwe

Tanzanian President John Magufuli said on Wednesday his country was ready to sell 700,000 tonnes of maize to Zimbabwe, which is facing food shortage. ...
Southern African Development Community (SADC)

Zambia, Zimbabwe sign energy intergovernmental memorandum

Zambia and Zimbabwe on Friday signed the SADC (Southern African Development Community) Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (SACREEE) Inter-Governmental Memorandum of Agreement...
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa And First Lady Auxilia At His Inauguration After Winning The July National Election

Imperialism Continues the Economic Strangulation of Zimbabwe

Despite reforms and overtures to the West, sanctions continue Amid power outages, fuel shortages and currency devaluation, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe is...
World Bank

WB Scales increases emergency support for Mozambique and Other Countries

$700 million in support for storm-hit countries The World Bank today announced that it has mobilized over half a billion dollars in new resources to...
Mozambique Cyclone Idai Damage Where Civilians Walked Through Flood Waters Seeking Relief And Shelter Photo From Cbc

Zimbabwe Solicits for US$600 Million for Cyclone Relief

The Zimbabwe government has said it requires at least 612 million U.S. dollars in assistance for Cyclone Idai victims. Tropical Cyclone Idai hit the eastern...

Attack on 263 Chat website: A blatant assault on right to freedom of...

Amnesty International has described a recent police raid on the offices of online news site 263 Chat after one of its journalists filmed the...