Zimbabwe mine blast kills at least 8

HARARE- At least eight people died at a mine in Mazowe 40 km north of.

Zimbabwe farmer to be tried for not giving land to minister’s son

Johannesburg – A Zimbabwe farmer is to be tried for failing to vacate part of.

Zimbabwe urged to improve education for people with disabilities

Harare-The Deaf Zimbabwe Trust (DZT) has welcomed the education policy and called for the speed.

Dumiso Dabengwa
Former Minister and liberation war hero Dumiso Dabengwa has died

The former Home Affairs Minister and former intelligence chief of the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Party.

Church leader calls for city/wide youth prayers in Bulawayo

The leader of Kingdom Empowerment Church (KEC) Prophet Bruce Edwards has called on the Bulawayo.

Zimbabwe man wins case to stay in Northern Ireland after father’s murder

A Zimbabwean man who fled the country following the alleged politically-motivated killing of his father.

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in trouble over US $27.5m debt

London-based grain and fertiliser exporter, Holbud Limited, has approached the High Court seeking a court.

Western Union struggles to pay out customers in Zimbabwe

Western Union Co (WU.N), the world’s biggest money-transfer company, is struggling to pay out customers.

Fuel Prices Set To Go Up Again In Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean motorists have been left dumbfounded after the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority announced that fuel.

MEC responds; Zimbabwe’s former police chief Chihuri is not in Malawi to rig election

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has denied claims by UTM President Saulos Chilima that former.