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Zim marks 10 years since 'Black Friday'
Zim marks 10 years since 'Black Friday'
Zimbabwe marks the 10th anniversary this week of "Black Friday", when its currency plunged a record 72%, an episode widely regarded as the...
Zim doctors: More than 150 beaten in post-poll violence
Zim doctors: More than 150 beaten in post-poll violence
A coalition of Zimbabwean doctors said on Wednesday its members had seen and treated more than 150 patients who had been beaten and tortured since...
Zim war veterans deny farm invasions
Zim war veterans deny farm invasions
A leader of Zimbabwe's feared war veterans, hard-line supporters of President Robert Mugabe, on Thursday denied the invasion of white-owned farms...
'Don't wait for dead bodies in Harare'
'Don't wait for dead bodies in Harare'
Zimbabwe's opposition slammed the "deafening silence" on Tuesday of Africa in the aftermath of the country's elections, warning of blood on the...
War veterans evict dozens of Zim farmers
War veterans evict dozens of Zim farmers
More than 60 mostly white Zimbabwean farmers have been evicted from their land by war veterans loyal to President Robert Mugabe since the weekend,...
Mugabe plays on land issue to boost support
Mugabe plays on land issue to boost support
White-owned farms are again under siege in Zimbabwe, but while critics deride Robert Mugabe's land-reform programme as shambolic and economically...
Court postpones election ruling in Zim
Court postpones election ruling in Zim
A Zimbabwean court has postponed until Tuesday a ruling on the opposition's legal bid to force the immediate publication of the March 29 presidential election results, lawyers said....

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