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10 Jan
Liverpool star Sadio Mane converted a penalty deep in added time to snatch a fortunate 1-0 win for Senegal over Zimbabwe in the Africa Cup of Nations Group B opener on Monday in Bafoussam. Disaster struck the gallant underdogs when a shot hit the right arm of Kelvin Madzongwe and Mane sent goalkeeper Petros Mhari…
4 Jan
A woman and her three-month-old baby in southeastern Zimbabwe have been trampled to death by an elephant, the national parks authority said on Tuesday.
28 Dec
President Joe Biden formally announced Tuesday he will lift a ban this week on travel from South Africa and other countries in the region, imposed due to fear of the Omicron Covid-19 variant...
29 Nov
With travel restrictions being reinstated against a number of countries in southern Africa by the United Kingdom, United States of America and Singapore, among others..
11 Nov
A Zimbabwean judge has thrown out a case against a couple who shared a photoshopped nude of the country's president on a WhatsApp group, their lawyer said Wednesday.
30 Sep
Nineteen people, including 10 journalists, were arrested Thursday as Zimbabwe's main opposition staged a protest at being excluded from preparations for the next elections.
8 Aug
The UN has condemned underage forced marriages in Zimbabwe following the death of a 14-year-old girl reportedly during childbirth at a religious shrine in the east of the country. The death has sparked widespread anger on social media and among children's rights activists. A petition to the police commissioner has attracted nearly 58,000 signatures since…
29 Jul 2021
Why the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine shouldn’t be skipped as jab hesitancy is lower in poorer countries compared to developed nations
1 Jun 2021
In office since the military-led ouster of Robert Mugabe three-and-a-half years ago, Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa is consolidating his grip on power with moves reminiscent of his predecessor's style, analysts say.
21 May 2021
The widow of former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has been ordered by a traditional court to give away five cows and two goats for improperly burying her husband, the family said late Thursday night.
12 May 2021
Zimbabwean leader Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday extended the tenure of the country's controversial top judge by five years, just days before he was due to retire
3 Feb 2021
This installment focuses on vaccine hesitancy among Africans. Those without the misfortune of what Professor Wole Soyinka calls partial amnesia...

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