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2 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe last Friday threatened to abolish tobacco farming in Zimbabwe; this comes after alarming deforestation cases being experienced in Zimbabwe.
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5 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Zimbabwe plans to cut the number of companies running the Marange diamond fields to one or two from seven by the end of the year after they failed to properly account for revenue, Mines Minister Walter Chidakwa said.
6 hrs ago | Zimbabwe Situation
Advertisements have recently appeared in the press announcing a workshop which the Government will be holding on the re-establishment of Special Economic Zones [SEZs] in Zimbabwe.
10 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
According to the Informal Woodworkers' Association, a Harare-based organisation, 18,500 people are currently engaged in informal carpentry in the capital.
15 hrs ago | SW Radio Africa
Harare residents have said Police Commissioner Augustine Chihuri is responsible for the death of a boy, who died after being knocked down by a commuter omnibus whose driver was fleeing cops who wanted a bribe.
17 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
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20 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
"I could not believe it when I was told that the US had frozen the embassy account and this created problems because we could not send money to pay the embassy workers their salaries.
Yesterday | AllAfrica.com
A University of Zimbabwe lecturer lost US$3 800 bride price to his church leader and a self-styled prophet belonging to an apostolic sect during prayer sessions.
My dear Fat Boy, my first plan on reading your take on marriage in Saturday Monitor's Full Woman last weekend, was to ignore you.
"Hip-hop has taken over black music," writes Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, drummer for The Roots and band leader for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
In 1984 on a trip to South Africa, there was an opportunity to fly from Johannesburg to Bulawayo, followed by a journey by van to Victoria Falls, which brought about one of the most memorable trips I have ever experienced.
Zimbabwean civil society organisations have backed calls for the inclusion of such groups at the upcoming US-Africa Leaders summit in Washington, with pressure building on Barack Obama to honour his commitments to supporting human rights and democracy across Africa.
The continuation of the country's political and economic crisis, nine months after the 2013 elections, is a result of the failure by the government of national unity to implement security sector reforms, a leading human rights campaigner has said.
The Southern Eye said 'intermittent' power cuts rocked the opening day leaving some exhibitors wondering whether Zimbabwe was serious about attracting foreign investment.
It's not uncommon for poverty-stricken youth in rural Zimbabwe to find work as housemaids and gardeners in the city.
Zimbabwe is weighing the reintroduction of the national currency it abandoned in 2009 in favor of the U.S. dollar as it struggles to meet its monthly wage bill, three members of the ruling party's decision-making body said.
Economists, politicians, clergy and many ordinary Zimbabweans have criticized a popular Zimbabwean prophet, who told worshippers at his weekend "Judgement Night 2" service that the country will soon see better days, and all because of prayer.