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Zimbabwe: Game Park loses 55 elephants to hunger, thirst

Zimbabwe wildlife authorities say at least 55 elephants have died of hunger and thirst in the country’s largest natural reserve, Hwange National Park,...

Zimbabwe CSO calls for review of laws restricting adolescents from accessing...

(Xinhua/NAN) Civil Society Organisations (CSO) have called on the Parliament of Zimbabwe to remove age restrictions in accessing reproductive health services among adolescents...

Zimbabwe: Doctors strike continue despite court ruling to resume work

(Xinhua/NAN) Striking Zimbabwe government junior doctors remained on strike on Monday despite a Labour Court ruling issued on Friday giving them 48 hours...

Zimbabwe sharply hikes electricity tariff amid power shortages

(Xinhua/NAN) Zimbabwe has announced a four-fold increase in electricity tariff to boost revenue for more power generation and imports. In a statement on Wednesday,...

Zimbabwe quadruples electricity prices, pummelling impoverished consumers

  Zimbabwe hiked its average electricity tariff by 320 per cent on Wednesday to ramp up power supplies at a time of daily blackouts,...

Zimbabwe to introduce new currency in November — Official

  The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is to introduce a new currency in November, a...

AU, UNECA urge Zimbabwe to exploit larger market opportunities under AfCFTA

The African Union (AU) and the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) on Tuesday urged Zimbabwe to deploy deliberate strategies to reposition the private...

Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa pleads for sanctions removal at UN

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa pleaded with the West to remove economic sanctions on the Southern African country. Mnangagwa made the called while addressing...

South Sudan, Zimbabwe to deepen bilateral ties through education exchanges

South Sudan and Zimbabwe on Tuesday agreed to deepen relations, especially in the field of education, through the existing student exchange programme that has...

Grace Mugabe will keep her fortune, assures Zimbabwe president

 Grace Mugabe, the widow of Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe, will keep the fortune accrued by her family during her husband’s 37 years...

Zimbabwe serious about reform, needs outside support, foreign minister says

Zimbabwe is serious about pursuing political and economic reforms and deserves international support, the Foreign Minister, Sibusiso Moyo, on Friday said. President Emmerson Mnangagwa promised...

Zimbabwe mourners injured in crush to see Mugabe’s body

Mourners get injured as they scramble to see former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe as he laid...

Body of former leader, Mugabe, arrives in Zimbabwe for burial

The body of Zimbabwe’s long-time dictator, Robert Mugabe, arrived in the capital Harare on Wednesday, after being flown from Singapore where he died last...

Zimbabwe score late double for great World Cup qualifying escape

Zimbabwe scored two last-gasp goals to edge past Somalia and avoid a humiliating exit in World Cup qualification, as the last of the African...

Echoes of Mugabe’s death in foreign hospital

The death of Robert Mugabe , former President of Zimbabwe on Sept. 6, at the Gleneagles Hospital, in Singapore, once again raised the issue...

Zimbabwe industry capacity utilisation to decline amid challenges – Minister

Industry and Commerce Minister, Mangaliso Ndlovu, on Monday said average capacity utilisation in Zimbabwe’s manufacturing sector has declined to 34 per cent in 2019. Ndlovu...

Zimbabwe to pay $10m to S/Africa’s Eskom over power imports

Power Harare, July 1, 2019 Zimbabwe’s government is to pay $10 million to South African state power firm Eskom by the end of Monday, Zimbabwean...