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Fanuel Jongwe

Fanuel Jongwe

    Succession debate resumes after Mugabe's health scare
    Succession debate resumes after Mugabe's health scare
    Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe returned home from Singapore on Thursday after a trip that fuelled rumours the 88-year-old was seriously ill,...
    Summit on Zimbabwe to set course toward elections
    Summit on Zimbabwe to set course toward elections
    Southern African leaders are due to meet on Saturday to lay out a plan to guide Zimbabwe toward elections, which could settle a debate that has...
    Moonlighting now a way of life for Zim workers
    Moonlighting now a way of life for Zim workers
    Watson Chimbira mingles with mourners at the Chitungwiza cemetery outside Zimbabwe's capital, where he digs graves and paints epitaphs on metal...
    Zim unity govt marks two years in power
    Zim unity govt marks two years in power
    Zimbabwe's shaky unity government on Friday marks two years in power, but President Robert Mugabe's call for early polls has sparked fears of...
    Christmas an ordinary day for Zim's rural poor
    Christmas an ordinary day for Zim's rural poor
    For ordinary Zimbabweans this Christmas will bring a mixture of pleasure and pain, with once-empty shops full of food and drink but most families...
    Mugabe's party ready to bury 'western NGO, the MDC'
    Mugabe's party ready to bury 'western NGO, the MDC'
    Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's party was on Saturday set to back his push for elections in the country early next year as supporters pledged to...
    Mugabe to urge early elections at party conference
    Mugabe to urge early elections at party conference
    Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe will use his party's annual conference on Friday to demand new elections, despite warnings from diplomats that...
    Zim power woes spoil World Cup party
    Zim power woes spoil World Cup party
    The family were on the edge of their seats, cheering on their Soccer World Cup heroes, when the television screen went blank in their Harare home,...
    Rats pose new health threat in Zim towns
    Rats pose new health threat in Zim towns
    A stray cat paws through a heap of refuse between blocks of flats in Harare's upmarket Avenues area, sending rats squealing and scurrying for cover...
    Luxurious black granite draws envy of poor Zimbabweans
    Luxurious black granite draws envy of poor Zimbabweans
    Giant yellow loaders whine as they struggle to lift freshly cut blocks of black granite, their massive tyres sometimes rolling backwards as the...
    One year on, feuds stall Zim unity govt
    One year on, feuds stall Zim unity govt
    President Robert Mugabe's grip on power was pried open one year ago on Thursday when he was forced into a unity government, but deep-seated...
    Private schools sprout in Zim as public system struggles
    Private schools sprout in Zim as public system struggles
    "No disruption to learning" touts a newspaper ad for a new private Zimbabwean school, one of many springing up in living rooms, backyards and plots...