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Zimbabwe’s civic services on the edge

Doctors warn of  ‘silent genocide’ as strike enters tenth week

Police want to poison me, former Zimbabwean VP claims

Former Zimbabwean Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko says he is afraid of being abducted and poisoned by state agents

Zimbabwe’s new currency: the ‘RTGS dollar’

Decision is meant to stabilise the economy — but analysts are not convinced

Security forces to blame for Zim post-election fatalities

Motlanthe commission of inquiry into the post-election violence in Zimbabwe blames ‘overwhelmed’ army and police

Reform on the cards as Zanu-PF shifts hardline stance

Mnangagwa says Zanu-PF in particular and Zimbabwe in general must embrace the rule of law and constitutionalism

A year later, Zimbabweans reflect: “I sort of miss Mugabe”

Zimbabweans reflect on the anniversary of Mugabe’s resignation

Uncertainty hangs in Harare’s air

​By Thursday the dust had settled in Harare’s city centre. There was little evidence of the violence that had erupted the night before

Gunfire, tanks and injuries in Harare as Zim election turns violent

Initial reports from journalists on the ground describe soldiers firing live ammunition into crowds of opposition supporters

Zim opposition leaders targeted for assassination, claims Tendai Biti

Biti says MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has won the presidential poll and a government plot to assassinate him is afoot

High turnout, high expectations as Zimbabwe votes

Opposition fears that slow queues in urban areas could discourage voters

Mugabe speaks out: ‘I won’t vote for Zanu-PF. And it was a coup’

The former president has slammed his successor in a scathing press conference on the eve of Zimbabwe’s election

Opposition will protest ‘illegitimate government’ if Zanu-PF wins

MDC Alliance has lost faith in the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s ability to organise a credible poll

Two fatalities after Bulawayo blast

Two people have died from injuries sustained in Saturday’s attack, according to a hospital official

Parliament lets Mugabe off the hook

Former Zimbabwean president will not be censured for failing to account for diamond corruption.

The return of Zim’s white farmers

Many white farmers were forced off the land by aggressive land redistribution policies and violent attacks. Now some are coming back

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