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EXCLUSIVE: Zimbabwe’s parliament summons Mugabe over diamond corruption

This is the first time the former president is being asked to account for his actions in office

What we know so far of the events of the military take-over in Zimbabwe

“The National Democratic Project” is in full swing but what does it mean?

‘Spreading alarm over Zim shortages a criminal offence’: Minister threatens media

Chombo said claims that Zimbabwe has now "slipped back to the hyperinflationary days of 2008" were propaganda

Chinese firm gets prime Zim land

Details of a deal for an upmarket estate outside Harare for well-off state officials are secret.

Zim: Transporting ethanol a major safety concern

A road accident which killed 24 people has raised questions about the safety of transporting the highly flammable fuel in Zimbabwe.

Harare council told to abandon hotel project

Minister Ignatius Chombo has ordered Harare to withdraw from a partnership to build a $145-million hotel and to focus on service delivery.

Zanu-PF’s attempt to create an urban foothold

Battle lines have been drawn between Zanu-PF and the MDC as the ruling party pushes to gain control of city councils.

Minister implicated in new Zim land scandal

Ignatius Chombo is said to be linked to a firm granted property that has already been leased.

Council accuses Chombo of ‘cheap politicking’

Zanu-PF minister of local government, rural and urban development has ordered the cancellation of all debt owed by ratepayers.

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