Teacher’s union leader abducted and tortured in Zimbabwe

Harare- Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president, Obert Masaraure was allegedly abducted and tortured.

Zimbabwe and EU seek to move on from Mugabe-era strains

Zimbabwe and the European Union began political talks on Wednesday aimed at turning the page.

CSO leader’s house besieged in Zimbabwe

Harare-Suspected state security agents are allegedly to have surrounded Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiCZ) chairperson,.

Chinese Ambassador Meets with Zimbabwean President Mnangagwa

On April 25th, Ambassador Guo met with Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, holding cordial talks on.

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions pressures Mnangagwa

Harare-The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has implored President Emmerson Mnangagwa to urgently convene.

Zimbabwe says it owes foreign fuel suppliers $200m

Zimbabwe owes foreign fuel suppliers, including Glencore, Total and Trafigura $200-million, which has made new imports difficult as companies require.

Zimbabwe’s Kariba hydro plant may suspend operations if water levels stay low

Zimbabwe’s largest hydropower plant Kariba will suspend electricity output in 14 weeks if water levels.

Confusion over fuel prices reigns in Zimbabwe

Harare-Confusion reigned supreme in Zimbabwe after reports of yet another fuel increment circulated on social.

Can England’s replacements make a mark on the World Cup?

When England named their World Cup squad on 21st May, Alex Hales, David Willey and.

Zimbabwe’s main opposition MDC backs Nelson Chamisa

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party has elected Nelson Chamisa unopposed to remain as leader at its.