Zimbabwean crisis

 
Freedom fighters of the diaspora
Freedom fighters of the diaspora
Munjodzi Mutandiri has a tightly trimmed goatee, dimples and wire-framed spectacles and signs off his emails with a simple message: ZIMBABWE, his...
Pressure mounts on Zim govt
Pressure mounts on Zim govt
This week's arrest of two senior Zimbabwean journalists has underlined just how far the unity government has to go before it can restore confidence....
Throwing good money after bad
Throwing good money after bad
US ambassador to Zimbabwe James McGee slams Zanu-PF for their continued mismanagement during the move to a unity government
New farm invasions block aid
New farm invasions block aid
A rush of new farm seizures has emerged as the biggest hurdle to Zimbabwe receiving foreign aid to support its ambitious economic recovery plan....
Zim's blueprint for recovery
Zim's blueprint for recovery
Zimbabwe has unveiled an ambitious US$5-billion short-term economic recovery plan, which President Robert Mugabe was expected to announce on...
No relief for Zim until debt's paid up
No relief for Zim until debt's paid up
On their first official visit to Zimbabwe in years last week, three major global lenders found the country's once bitter foes working closely...
'Hear us, we have suffered enough'
'Hear us, we have suffered enough'
Southern African leaders have failed miserably in saving Zimbabweans from a government that has lost all legitimacy, Elders member Graça...
Tsvangirai back in Zim for unity talks
Tsvangirai back in Zim for unity talks
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday returned to Zimbabwe for the first time in more than two months, ahead of...
Zim judge blasts SADC court over white farmer ruling
Zim judge blasts SADC court over white farmer ruling
A top Zimbabwe judge has said a regional court had no jurisdiction to rule that 78 white farmers could keep land lost to Harare's land-reform...
WHO: Zimbabwe cholera death toll tops 1 700
WHO: Zimbabwe cholera death toll tops 1 700
Zimbabwe's cholera epidemic is picking up speed, with a total of 1 732 deaths out of 34 306 cases, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on...
Red Cross deploys teams to fight cholera in Zim
Red Cross deploys teams to fight cholera in Zim
The Red Cross has deployed seven emergency teams normally reserved for major global disasters to fight Zimbabwe's worsening cholera epidemic, it...
Desperate Zimbabweans pour into Musina
Desperate Zimbabweans pour into Musina
In the blazing midday sun, Fungai Lindlela watches as her baby pushes a sticky ball of maize meal into her mouth in a makeshift refugee camp near...

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