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Zim strikes test unity government

The threat of spreading strikes in Zimbabwe could undermine a six-month-old unity government that has brought rare hope.

Mugabe: Detractors seeking to divide unity govt

Robert Mugabe accused Western powers on Tuesday of seeking to divide a fragile unity government he formed with rival Morgan Tsvangirai this year.

Zimbabwe to review ownership law to seek investment

Zimbabwe will review laws forcing foreign companies to sell stakes in their businesses in a bid to make sure they do not discourage investment.

Zim MDC ministers boycott Cabinet meeting

Zimbabwe's MDC ministers boycotted a Cabinet meeting on Monday, saying it had been brought forward to stop Morgan Tsvangirai from presiding over it.

Zimbabwe concedes activist was abducted

Zimbabwe state prosecutors on Thursday conceded security agents had abducted and illegally detained a leading rights activist.

Zimbabwe seeks tourism bonanza from World Cup

Zimbabwe, its economy in ruins, is dreaming of millions of tourist dollars and even training visits by international soccer stars.

Mugabe takes helm of African trading bloc

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Sunday urged African countries to end conflicts and increase self-reliance to boost development.

Tsvangirai says MDC faces limitations in new govt

Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Saturday his party was struggling to deliver quick reforms in a new coalition government.

Zimbabwe must clear arrears to get IMF help

Zimbabwe should clear arrears and implement sound policies if it is to get badly needed IMF financial and technical help to revive the economy.

Zimbabwe finance minister to focus on stability

Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Tuesday appointed Tendai Biti to be finance minister and said he would focus on creating economic stability.

MDC disappointed with Zimbabwe summit

Summit leaders said on Tuesday they had reached a breakthrough in implementing a power-sharing deal in Zimbabwe, but the MDC expressed disappointment.

Regional leaders meet to tackle Zim crisis

Regional leaders met the Zanu-PF and the MDC at a summit in SA on Monday to try to push them to implement a Zimbabwe power-sharing deal.

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