Zimbabwe crisis

 
Africa needs a green new deal
Africa needs a green new deal
Earlier this year, Tropical Cyclone Idai tore through Southern Africa, killing hundreds, injuring thousands and displacing even more. In Mozambique, as much as half of all annual crops and critical infrastructure were destroyed. In total, more than three million people in the region...
Zimbabwe: Police beat protesters as economy tanks
Zimbabwe: Police beat protesters as economy tanks
Police in Zimbabwe fired tear gas and bludgeoned protesters with batons after hundreds of people gathered in the capital Harare on Friday in...
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Their plan to redraft procurement law to put it in the defence force’s control has been scrapped
Cyclone Idai: 'I don't know how my children will survive'
Cyclone Idai: 'I don't know how my children will survive'
Mutemarare, 61, walks through his corn field, desperately looking for remnants of maize.
Bold steps Mnangagawa should be taking instead of fiddling with the petrol price
Bold steps Mnangagawa should be taking instead of fiddling with the petrol price
When economically challenged rulers try to run nations, especially fragile ones, they can easily make mistakes.
Only a third way will fix Zimbabwe
Only a third way will fix Zimbabwe
For those who are still in denial, it is worth restating: Zimbabwe is broken. Its people are broken. Their minds and spirits are broken. The...
[Video]Unemployed Zimbabweans turn to unusual money-making projects
[Video]Unemployed Zimbabweans turn to unusual money-making projects
Two unemployed Zimbabweans are earning a living by helping piggyback people cross the Mukuvisi River in the industrial area of Harare.
Tsvangirai: Zimbabwe not ready to vote in 2011
Tsvangirai: Zimbabwe not ready to vote in 2011
Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Thursday the country could only hold elections next year, contrary to President Robert Mugabe's...
Ziscosteel investment spearheads Zimbabwe brain gain
Ziscosteel investment spearheads Zimbabwe brain gain
From where we stood, peering hundreds of metres down into what was once Zimbabwe's largest iron ore mine, I could see nothing more than an eerily...
Over 200 000 Zim applications received
Over 200 000 Zim applications received
More than 200 000 Zimbabweans have applied to the Home Affairs department to legalise their stay in South Africa, officials said on Friday....
Zanu-PF follows the money
Zanu-PF follows the money
President Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF, which has long cast itself as the party of the poor, has begun reaching out to big business in the hope of...
Tsvangirai says no election without referendum
Tsvangirai says no election without referendum
Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Monday that elections could not take place in his country without reforms and a constitutional...

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