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Govt ‘unaware’ of EcoCash threats to shut down

The Zimbabwean government has dismissed reports that Zimbabwe's largest provider of telecommunications services, Econet Wireless may be forced to temporarily shut down its mobile...

Mugabe’s family reveal that there were people after his body parts 

Former president Robert Mugabe’s last dying wish was to be buried next to his mother in his home village and not at the National...

Zimbabwean motorists not deterred by rising fuel prices 

With rising fuel prices every week in Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has announced yet another fuel price increase on Monday. The recent...

Zanu-PF condemns Malema’s attack on Zimbabwean government 

The Zanu-PF secretary for Information and Publicity, Simon Khaya Moyo, has criticised Malema's recent attack on the new Zim government during his visit to...

A LOOK BACK: Remembering Robert Mugabe #EFFRobertMugabe Memorial

It has been an eventful week and some days since the passing of the former late president Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe bid its final goodbye to...

Stampede breaks out and some injured at the viewing of Mugabe’s...

A number of people were injured as crowds gathered to see the body of late former president Robert Mugabe. Mugabe's body was taken to Rufaro...

Zimbabwe lost US$98 billion due to sanctions

Zimbabwe’s Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services minister, Monica Mutsvangwa on Wednesday announced that the total amount of revenue lost by the country as a result...

Mnangagwa urges citizens to maintain peace during Mugabe’s funeral

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called on citizens to maintain peace as the nation mourns the passing of former president Robert Mugabe. Speaking at the Robert...

Robert Mugabe, former Zimbabwe president, dies aged 95

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced on Friday morning the passing of former President Robert Mugabe. Mugabe died in Singapore where he had been receiving...

Southern African nations threaten to quit wildlife trade monitor

Southern African nations are threatening to quit the global wildlife trade regulator after it refused to relax restrictions on trade in ivory and rhino...

Zim singer Sanyanga appears in Magistrate Court over rape charges 

Zimbabwean local musician, Kennedy Sanyanga has appeared in Harare Magistrate Court on charges of rape. Well-known for his hit song ‘ED PFEE’ the musician is...

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