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1 hr ago | AllAfrica.com
SHADOWY Israeli security company, Nikuv International Projects Ltd, which was accused of manipulating the July 31 general elections in favour of President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF party, has been awarded a new tender by the Zimbabwe government to continue producing new passports, it has emerged.
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5 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
An increasing number of companies and individuals are losing real estate they pledged to banks and financial institutions as collateral for loans as the liquidity crunch continues as evidenced by auctions set for today by Homeland Real Estate in Harare .
9 hrs ago | SW Radio Africa
Two more police officers have been implicated in the death of yet another person, in a space of just one week.
13 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
AT least 500 workers at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation will be retrenched in a restructuring exercise meant to turnaround the public broadcaster that is saddled with a US$44,3 million debt which is to be assumed by Government.The corporation is technically insolvent as it is realising only US$275 000 per month in revenue against a budget of ... (more)
The ZANU PF politburo has endorsed results from the seven provincial elections that were held last weekend, that saw Vice President Joice Mujuru's faction score a landslide victory.
Nelson Mandela speaks to a cheering crowd at an African National Congress rally on April 4, 2004, in Soweto, South Africa.
Police in Harare on Wednesday arrested 37 women protestors who were marking the ongoing 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence.
A cousin of Robert Mugabe accumulated assets worth an estimated 180 million , according to a divorce case in Zimbabwe that has thrown a spotlight on the vast wealth acquired by the regime's inner circle.
GOVERNMENT says it plans to tap into Zimbabwe's diaspora population by issuing bonds to fund the construction of hydroelectric power plants.New generation capacity from the plants is projected to help ease power shortages that have hamstrung the economy.
MASVINGO, 5 December 2013 - Several thousand people in southeastern Zimbabwe's drought-prone Masvingo province have had to leave their ancestral homes and villages in exchange for plots of undeveloped land lacking any infrastructure, in order to make way for the construction of a dam.
Zimbabwe's Presidential Affairs Minister Didymus Mutasa has said that elderly President Robert Mugabe is still constitutionally free to contest for presidency in 2018.
France is set to tell African leaders at a Paris summit it will no longer play policeman on the continent, even as it prepares to act in a new conflict in CAR after its Mali intervention this year.
The British government accidentally gave 80,000 to the disgraced Zimbabwe regime in the last two years, ministers admitted today.
A mother found dead in a burning car is thought to have started the blaze which claimed her life and that of her son.
As Zimbabwe struggles to shed its rogue image a leading human rights activist, Arthur Gwagwa, is recommending that the government be put on a probation period of 12 months until it makes 'clear choices'.
South Africa's President Thabo Mbeki stands with Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe at Harare International Airport January 17, 2008.
The woman is believed to have lived in Shoebury and was the daughter of a founder member of the Movement for Democratic Change, the political opposition to Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe.