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Mugabe is dead

Robert Mugabe, former president of Zimbabwe, is dead. He died at the age of 95, in Singapore, where he was…

EU should lift sanctions, Zimbabwe has changed

“President Ramaphosa, who is in Geneva, Switzerland for the release of a report by the International Labour Organisation, urged the…

Mnangagwa Must Act, But Don’t Give Up on Zimbabwe – Former Envoy Tells U.S.

“President Mnangagwa needs to follow through on his pledges to prevent chaos and to promote progress and democracy.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901220636.html You…

Zimbabwe: ED Finally Succumbs to Pressure, Calls for Dialogue

“President Emmerson Mnangagwa has succumbed to pressure from ordinary Zimbabweans and has called for a national dialogue with opposition parties,…

Zimbabwe High Court Orders Government to Restore Internet Access

“Zimbabwe’s government has been ordered to restore access to online programs like Facebook, Whatsapp, and Twitter. The government had blocked…

Airline Fastjet cancels flights to Zimbabwe due to unrest

“Low-cost African airline Fastjet cancelled its remaining flights to and from Zimbabwe on Monday due to political unrest, it said…

Fuel price protests in Zimbabwe turn deadly

“Several people were killed and some 200 arrested during protests in Zimbabwe on Monday, the government said, two days after…

Zimbabwe: ‘Local Currency Step in the Right Direction’

“Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube must address existing loopholes if his plans to introduce a local currency…

Zimbabwe: Ncube Shuts Door On Dollarisation, Says to Reintroduce Zimdollar

“Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube has put-paid to any hopes of the country adopting the US dollar to tame a revolting…

Zimbabwe Faces Fresh Protests Amid Collapsing Economy

“Zimbabwe is set for a new wave of public protests following a deepening economic crisis marked by closure of companies and…

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