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Tawanda Karombo

Tawanda Karombo

    Long queues tell Zimbabwe's story of economic crisis and failing healthcare
    Long queues tell Zimbabwe's story of economic crisis and failing healthcare
    Arnold Gambe (76) is near the back of the snaking queue in Harare. He has stood here every day for the past week to get his government pension...
    Zimbabwe’s banks suffer as cash dries up
    Zimbabwe’s banks suffer as cash dries up
    Zimbabwean banks are showing signs of strife, and the news of Barclays selling down its share in Barclays Africa is exacerbating the situation.
    US dollar weighs on Zimbabwe's economy
    US dollar weighs on Zimbabwe's economy
    The "dollarisation" of Zimbabwe's economy was largely welcomed: It was seen to bring about stability and certainty, restoring some confidence in...
    New minister may thwart Zimplats indigenisation deal
    New minister may thwart Zimplats indigenisation deal
    Impala Platinum will this year increasingly focus on its Zimbabwean unit, Zimplats – which, according to chief executive Alex Mhembere, has made...
    Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise
    Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise
    The flights were under a joint-venture partnership between South Africa's troubled 1time and Zimbabwean aviation company Nu Aero.
    Airlines return to Zimbabwe
    Airlines return to Zimbabwe
    Another international airline, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has relaunched flights to Zimbabwe.
    Zim power crisis sparks concern
    Zim power crisis sparks concern
    Zimbabwe is pinning its hopes on measures such as a Chinese-funded power plant to boost the country's electricity generation capacity and offset...
    Zimbabwe firms in bitter fee dispute
    Zimbabwe firms in bitter fee dispute
    An explosive telecommunications battle between Zimbabwe's biggest mobile operator, Econet, and state-run telecommunications company NetOne has...
    Zimbabwe turns to market financing to boost farmers
    Zimbabwe turns to market financing to boost farmers
    Zimbabwe will no longer offer subsidised agricultural inputs to farmers as the country, whose population is facing starvation following a dry...
    Struggle for Zimplats not over yet
    Struggle for Zimplats not over yet
    A fresh impasse is looming between the Zimbabwean government and Impala Platinum over payment for a 31% stake in the powerhouse platinum producer's...