Security officials are monitoring the entire mining process in a desperate bid to raise funds.
Low-cost airline Fly Africa opens one route in September and looks into more, which may upset Air Zimbabwe's popular Harare-Bulawayo route.
Bulawayo turns 120 this year but the city has little to celebrate after its once-thriving economic sector has all but crumbled.
Questionable investments and unsecured loans leave investors, mostly pensioners, in the lurch.
Obama may struggle to persuade African leaders to step down timeously at leadership summit.
Parents of girls kidnapped by Boko Haram describe their anguish, 100 days on.
Even the finance minister does not know where to find the cash to pay the state's pressing obligations.
Many Western reporters downplayed the genocide of Rwanda's Tutsi minority as "ethnic warfare", including Bartholomäus Grill. He looks back with shame.
Uganda's tourism board wants to cash in on those who are fascinated by the dictator's brutal reign.
Phillip Chiyangwa says residents' claim of state ownership of the property is a payment dodge.
Facing serious funding problems, the Zimbabwean government may switch on the money presses again.
Zimbabwe's manufacturing sector is threatened by cheap imports, a shortage of cash and little investment.
The economy has taken a turn for the worst but the party is confident it will overcome the problems.
A recent World Bank report says almost half of Zimbabweans run small businesses on the side.
A Zanu-PF politician is demanding millions for introducing controversial businessman Billy Rautenbach to key state officials.
The cash strapped Hwange Colliery Company has again delayed a decision to accept a cash injection from British tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten.