13 hrs ago
Zimbabwe's opposition suspends official who asked leader to quit
Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change on Friday suspended a senior official who had asked party leader Morgan Tsvangirai to quit, a move which has divided a party recovering from election defeat last year.
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15 hrs ago
Zimbabwe: Isolation Must End
AS we report elsewhere in this edition, a delegation from the International Monetary Fund is expected in Harare next week to monitor Zimbabwe's progress on the Staff Monitoring Programme .
19 hrs ago
Mail & Guardian
Chinese firm gets prime Zim land
A farm seized by the government has been handed over to a Chinese developer to build an exclusive housing estate for senior government officials.
23 hrs ago
Doylestown church embraces Zimbabwe couple in crisis
He needed emergency dialysis, and Lisa, 27, had tracked down the only nephrologist in their native Zimbabwe who could perform the procedure.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Editorial Comment: Dr Chombo, the ball is in your court
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)
IWD 2014: Empowering women entrepreneurs is good business
A Zimbabwean trader sells fruit and vegetables at a rural marketplace outside the capital Harare, April 5, 2008.
FAO and EU help Zimbabwe's farmers expand productivity and commercialization
The 4-year US$19 million programme will be managed by FAO and will focus on smallholder irrigation and livestock production support activities.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
SW Radio Africa
Zanu PF honchos get luxury vehicles as MPs go without
The decision by the ZANU PF government to acquire luxury vehicles for its ministers has outraged legislators who have not been allocated a single vehicle since they assumed office seven months ago.
InsiderZim stories for February 21- 28
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.
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Zimbabweans urged to name and shame corrupt officials
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.
Hope for Children of Jailed Persons
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.
Zimbabwe: IMF Team Due in Harare Next Week
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.
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Zimbabwean Legislators Demand Action On Corruption
Members of the Zimbabwe National Assembly say that arresting and jailing corrupt heads of state-owned enterprises is the only way to end the scourge.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Tobacco farming declined sharply in Zimbabwe after the land seizures.
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.
Former Dem Rep Says He Is Being Pursued By A Secret Zimbabwean Death Squad
Former US Congressman Melvin Reynolds arrives at the Harare Magistrates court on Feb. 19, 2014.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Bill Watch - " Parliamentary Committees 10/2014 of 2nd March
Members of the public may attend these meeting, but as observers only, not as participants, i.e. they may listen but not speak.
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Nine cases of typhoid reported in Mabvuku
There has been an outbreak of typhoid in the twin suburbs of Mabvuku and Tafara with nine cases confirmed so far, a leading pressure group in the capital city has said.
Mugabe gives daughter $100 000, 55 cows
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly thrown his weight behind Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni who signed a "draconian" anti-gay law last week.
Zimbabwe: Mike Chidziva - Farmer, Tobacco Merchant and Livestock Producer
A long and smooth tarred road branching off to the right, at the 26km peg along the accident-prone Harare-Masvingo Highway leads to a huge gate -- where no car passes through without clearance from the farm owner known as "Mazarura."
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Zimbabwe: Car Washes Pose Threat to Harare Water
Everywhere you go, youths have taken advantage of the influx of ex-Japanese vehicles to establish their make-shift car washes and street garages.