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A farm seized by the government has been handed over to a Chinese developer to build an exclusive housing estate for senior government officials.
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Early last month, we published a story based on a December 2013 report by consulting engineer Mr Peter Morris in which the expert highlighted that a water deal between the City of Harare and China National Machinery and Equipment Import and Export Corporation could have been As has become the norm with some public officials in Zimbabwe, city ... (more)
Burden: Max Mureba on his way to stay with relatives after his family's huts were destroyed by the heavy rains that fell in the area around the Tokwe-Mukorsi Dam.
In what could be the strongest indication yet that the ZANU PF government's anticorruption drive is a sideshow, Parliament this week moved to bar MPs from making statements 'suspected' to be harmful to other people's rights.
African government efforts to force mining companies to process minerals before export may backfire as they come up against weakening commodity prices and investor demands that firms reduce risky investments.
The 4-year US$19 million programme will be managed by FAO and will focus on smallholder irrigation and livestock production support activities.
The African Commission on Human and People's Rights has said it has no authority in the fight to fully reinstate the Southern African human rights Tribunal, which was suspended after ruling against Robert Mugabe.
Mugabe celebrates 90th birthday in Singapore -President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 90th birthday today but he was still in Singapore where he went to have an eye operation.
Morgan Tsvangirai has been Zimbabwe's main opposition figure for over a decade. But with support dwindling on many fronts, it is doubtful how much longer he can hold on.
There are reports that the 22 Zimbabwean miners who died in a disused shaft in Johannesburg last week unwittingly exposed themselves to deadly gas in a bid to evade arrest by the South African police force.
Zimbabweans are being urged to name and shame any officials involved in corrupt activities, including police officers and government ministers, in an effort to end the worsening corruption problem in the country.
Children of incarcerated persons have found hope through the intervention of Access to Justice, a newly established organization that seeks to provide them with social, legal and humanitarian support.
A TEAM from the International Monetary Fund is expected in Zimbabwe next week to review the government's economic policies and examine possibilities of future funding.
Johannesburg: A judge in Zimbabwe has told President Robert Mugabe's supporters who were given white farmers' land that they should use it or facing losing it.
With Uganda, Nigeria and Zimbabwe being vocal with their homophobia, it seems University of Botswana students have felt left out of the action.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly thrown his weight behind Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni who signed a "draconian" anti-gay law last week.