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Zimbabwe to renew livestock import from South Africa

Zimbabwe is considering lifting the suspension of livestock imports from South Africa because of the progress made by our country in dealing with the...

Black markets on the rise in Zimbabwe

The black market of foreign currency is controlling business in Zimbabwe, with nearly all businesses and travellers getting their cash from the illegal market,...

High activity recorded on Zimbabwean border posts

The activity on the Zimbabwean borders has increased with over 500, 000 entries and exits registered at the Beitbridge check point since the beginning...

Zimbabwe’s three airports shutdown as workers go on strike

Today in the morning all three main Zimbabwean airports were unable to operate as air traffic controllers went on strike over low pay and...

Zimbabwe reserves US$900 million for road construction

US$900 million has been allocated for Zimbabwe road construction projects as the country plans to rebuild over 161 km of roads for the Road...

Former SA President Mbeki meets ED, Chamisa

Former South African President Thabo Mbeki held two separate meetings with President Mnangagwa and MDC-Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa in Harare yesterday. After the meeting with...

Fuel shortage becomes critical in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's fuel crisis has reached critical level just two weeks before the Christmas holidays. There are long lines noticed on the most of the gas...

Zimbabwe’s Reserve Bank to introduce new currency in November

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s (RBZ) Monetary Policy Committee has announced that a new currency will be introduced in November. According to the bank’s Monetary...

Zimbabwe’s central bank reverses ban on mobile money-for-cash transactions

The ban on mobile money to cash transactions has been lifted by Zimbabwe’s central bank after three days of public outcry and criticism. The government...

Zimbabwe: Biti sues Duly Motors for defective car

Zimbabwe’s former finance minister, advocate Tendai Biti demands a US$60 000 and ZW$400,000 refund from Duly’s Motors for a defective Ford Ranger sold to...

Study: R18bn annual turnaround for traditional medicine

According to a study by the South African National  Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) the turnover of traditional medicine is estimated at about R18 billion annually. The...

Woman details growing sextortion for land in Zimbabwe

A former farmworker from Zimbabwe has detailed how women are forced to have sex with leaders in exchange for land. Catherine Mazorodze said she quit...

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