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Zimbabwe

Mugabe’s estate to be officially registered early December

Zimbabweans might finally get to know late president Robert Mugabe's net worth when his estate is registered on 5th December.In details shared by government through its Government Gazette Friday, Mugabe's family is yet to register his estate, estimated to...

Zimbabwe to distribute new currency notes to curb shortages

Zimbabwe's central bank is due to begin circulating new banknotes on Monday, which it says will help to ease a severe cash shortage as the country suffers a deepening economic crisis.The bank has played down fears that the move...

Zimbabwe government sacks 211 striking public sector doctors

Zimbabwe on Friday fired more than 200 public sector doctors who have been on strike for more than two months demanding better pay to protect them from soaring inflation.The doctors were dismissed after disciplinary hearings held in their absence,...

Seventy-seven striking Zimbabwean medical doctors suspended

Zimbabwean government has suspended 77 striking Zimbabwean doctors for their part in a two-months old strike that has paralyzed the country's public hospitals, Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa announced on Tuesday.Public sector practitioners have stopped work since the beginning of...

Zimbabweans troop to the street against Western sanctions

Supporters of the Zimbabwe government marched in the capital on Friday denouncing Western sanctions that President Emmerson Mnangagwa says have sapped the economy, but his opponents stayed away, accusing him of trying to distract attention from his failings.Mnangagwa has...

Zimbabwean comedian Gringo nearly died of appendicitis

Zimbabwe's most famous comedian, Lazarus Boora nearly died of appendicitis had it not been for the solidarity of his countrymen who rallied around him and financed his surgery.After a successful surgery last week to remove the appendix, Lazarus Boora...

Elephants dying of thirst and the right groups fake outrage

Global outrage will definitely trail the news that, 'more than 50 elephants have died of thirst in Zimbabwe', such avoidable loss, should have been resigned our past.International right groups including animal right campaigners and other lovers of nature, will...

Zimbabwe teachers dump formal clothing to work 2 days a week

Zimbabwe militant teachers' group, Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) says its members will from next week start reporting for duty only twice a week as they could no longer afford transport fares to and from work.New Zimbabwe newspaper...

Zimbabwe diamond ban: US Embassy has no evidence of forced labour

The United States Embassy in Harare, which influenced its capital to bar rough diamonds from Zimbabwe on allegations of forced labour, yesterday admitted it had no primary evidence of the practice, but relied on reports from third parties. This week,...

Zimbabwe opposition lawmakers walk out on Mnangagwa’s speech

Zimbabwe’s opposition lawmakers walked out of Parliament on Tuesday as President Emmerson Mnangagwa presented his state of the nation address, a sign of the political tensions still gripping the country. The opposition Movement for Democratic Change party said it does...
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