25 Sep 2020
Zimbabwe's leader on Thursday appealed at the United Nations for support to end Western sanctions, saying that they set back development goals.
8 Sep 2020
Since the passing into law of the Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020, (CAMA 2020), a lot has been said and written about it. While some people are full of praise for the new law, which they see as innovative and a step in the right direction that will boast businesses, others particularly, private associations,…
4 Sep 2020
Despondent and waiting in a long queue for daily food handouts from a well-wisher, Milka Mandimutsa gets nostalgic about Zimbabwe's autocratic and longtime ex-leader Robert Mugabe, who died a year ago.
4 Aug 2020
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday warned he would "flush out" political opponents as rights groups reported dozens of activists had been arrested in a crackdown.
31 Jul 2020
Police and soldiers mounted checkpoints on empty streets in Harare on Friday after the Zimbabwean authorities warned of a crackdown on the eve of planned protests.
29 Jul 2020
Zimbabwe's agriculture minister, Perrance Shiri, an ex-airforce commander who headed an army unit accused of a notorious massacre in early 1980s, died on Wednesday aged 65, the government said.
16 Jul 2020
Zimbabwe's Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube on Thursday said the southern African nation's ailing economy would contract by 4.5 percent this year due to climatic shocks
16 Jul 2020
Zimbabwe doctors to join nurses on strike as virus cases rise
1 Jul 2020
Three now distinguishable pathways to managing the economy deserve to be assessed based on their individual actual and/or potential benefits and sustainability.
26 Jun 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is a major challenge to humankind and is the most serious global public health emergency since the end of World War II.
24 Jun 2020
Zimbabwe on Wednesday announced a 150 percent rise in the price of fuel following the launch of a forex auction system which eroded the value of the local currency.
31 May 2020
Eighty-year-old Isobel Simons calmly narrated how she and her late husband lost their 728-hectare Zimbabwe farm two decades ago to Robert Mugabe