Zimbabwe acquires £35.3m loan to boost electricity supplies

Zimbabwe has acquired two loans of more than £35.3m from India to boost the generation.

Police Claim Nelson Chamisa Attempting to Topple Mnangagwa Using Foreigners

The Zimbabwe Republic Police allege that the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by.

Zimbabwe teachers have been ‘reduced to beggars’

Zimbabwe teachers protesting their low wages are threatening to go on strike when schools reopen.

‘MDC Government Will Set Aside Month for Heroes Remembrance’

Nelson Chamisa says it will declare a Heroes and Memorials Month if it is elected.

South African Utility Eskom Begins 400MW Power Supply to Zimbabwe

South African utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. began exports of 400 megawatts into Zimbabwe on.

President Mnangagwa fires minister for ‘inappropriate behaviour’ after corruption charge

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has fired his tourism minister Prisca Mupfumira , who was last.

UN launches new Zimbabwe appeal as millions ‘facing food crisis’

The United Nations has stepped up its emergency appeal for Zimbabwe, warning that a third of.

Zimbabwe’s main opposition MDC plans protest over economic crisis

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party said it will hold a protest next week over dire economic.

Robert Mugabe in Singapore hospital ‘since April’

Zimbabwe’s ex-leader Robert Mugabe has been in hospital in Singapore for four months, his successor.

More woes for Zimbabwean as fuel price is hiked

HARARE-For the sixth time this year, Zimbabwe has increased the price of petrol and diesel.