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Zimbabwe Inflation Nears 100%

Zimbabwe’s annual rate of inflation has risen to nearly 100%, the highest in a decade.Prices have been rising...

Zimbabwe Receives Over 2,000 Young Elephant Orders – Top Official

HARARE - A top National Parks official in Zimbabwe says the country has had over 2,000 orders placed for young elephants.

Zimbabwe Prison Applies To Grow Cannabis To Fund Operations

A prison in Zimbabwe has applied to grow cannabis to fund its operations.Recreational use of the drug remains...

At Least Nine Illegal Miners Die In Zimbabwe Mine Collapse

At least nine illegal gold miners have died in Zimbabwe after they detonated explosives underground and were trapped at a mine owned...

Zimbabwe Power Crisis Set To Continue Until Zesa Clears Debts

Zimbabwe’s power crisis looks set to continue as the state power company Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) said it had to clear...

Zimbabwe To Rebase Economy After Adopting New Currency – Finance Minister

Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister announced the rebasing of the economy on Wednesday, following the adoption of a new currency earlier this year, and...

Mrs Mugabe, The (Dis)Graceful Moments Of Controversy

She may have started out as a girl from Benoni, in Gauteng, but Grace Ntombizodwa Mugabe has become a name to be reckoned with.

Eskom Remains Open To Help Zim With Electricity Supply

JOHANNESBURG – Eskom said that it remained open to assisting Zimbabwe with electricity supply because the country is already a customer.Zimbabweans are grappling with the worst rolling...

Zimbabwe Starts Rolling Power Cuts, Hitting Mines, Industry

HARARE - Zimbabwe has started rolling power cuts lasting up to eight hours that will also hit mines, a schedule from the state power...

Zimbabwe, IMF Reach Agreement On Economic Reform Programme

Zimbabwe has reached an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on a programme of economic policies and structural reforms that could pave the...

Cyclone Idai In Numbers

Hundreds of thousands of people are in need of food, water and shelter after Cyclone Idai battered Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

Zimbabwe Set To Start Paying Compensation To White Farmers Who Lost...

Zimbabwe is to start paying compensation this year to thousands of white farmers who lost land under former president Robert Mugabe’s land...

Zimbabwe Finance Minister Criticizes ‘Profiteering’ Price Hikes As New Currency Falls

Zimbabwe’s finance minister on Wednesday accused local businesses of profiteering for linking price increases of basic goods to exchange rate movements of...

Zimbabwe Travel Guide

Travel & TourismZimbabwe may be one of the most beautiful countries in Africa, but it is perhaps better known as one of the more...

UJ Rugby Student Receives Zimbabwe Honour

University of Johannesburg student Stephen Bhasera has been honoured by his native country, Zimbabwe, for his hard work and dedication to rugby.

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