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Zimbabwe sanctions: The government and the West play the blame game
A senior Zimbabwean government official has been slapped by US sanctions for gross human rights violations. This came shortly after thousands of pro-government supporters marched in an anti-sanctions demonstration.
Zimbabwe secures sufficient food aid for regions affected by Cyclone Idai
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said his government has secured enough food aid to cater to all the people affected by Cyclone Idai on a tour of the flood-hit Eastern Highlands region on Wednesday.
Uncertainty as Zimbabweans wait for next steps after disputed election
6 Aug 2018
Zimbabwean's waited for the next steps on Sunday (August 5) after President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared the winner of a disputed election and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa challenged the result.
Zimbabweans begin voting in first election since Mugabe's removal
30 Jul 2018
Zimbabweans began voting in Harare on Monday (July 30) in the first election since the removal of former president Robert Mugabe.
After Mugabe, Zimbabweans hopeful about future
30 Nov 2017
After 37 years of undivided power, Robert Mugabe resigned in Harare on Nov. 21. It marked a brand new chapter for the millions of Zimbabweans who had lived under his repressive regime.
‘We will Defend the President with our Lives’
15 Nov 2017
We take a look Zimbabwean newspapers as political turmoil breaks out in the country.
Mugabe, 93, is reportedly back in hospital
10 Jul 2017
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is in Singapore for medical treatment, in his third such visit this year, a newspaper reported on Sunday.