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Traditional leaders in Zimbabwe must toe the ruling party line — or else

Chiefs in Zimbabwe have always played a major role in politics, and this election is no exception

Mugabe’s parliamentary hearing postponed

Mugabe’s appearance before the Mines and Mining Development Committee is now expected to be within the next two weeks

Mugabe has been removed as head of ZANU-PF

President Robert Mugabe was dismissed as leader of Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party on Sunday in a move to force a peaceful end.

AirZim’s plan fails to take off

Run down by poor management and government interference, the airline now finds itself insolvent, and failing to attract investment.

Zimbabwe bleeds diamond revenues

Politicians have unite to condemn Mines Minister Obert Mpofu's favouring of SA firm and clandestine trade of Marange gems.

Zim minister elated with diamond decision

Zimbabwe's mining minister vowed that the country "will no longer be begging" after the Kimberley Process approved sales of its Marange diamonds.

Zimbabwe softens tone with foreign miners

Zimbabwe says it will not suspend any mining permits and exceptions may be made to laws requiring foreign miners to give majority stakes to locals.

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