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Zimbabwe Ruling Party Seals Mugabe’s Fall From...

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Breaking into cheers and song, Zimbabwe's ruling party on Friday sealed the fate of Robert Mugabe, a man they had...

Zimbabwe Ex-leader Robert Mugabe on 1st Trip...

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Zimbabwe's former leader Robert Mugabe and his wife, Grace, have traveled to Singapore on their first trip abroad since Mugabe resigned...

Zimbabwe’s President Swears in First Post-Mugabe cabinet

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's president has sworn in a new cabinet that includes ruling party loyalists as well as figures in the military,...

Zimbabwe Forces Say Country Back to ‘Normalcy’...

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's security forces on Monday reported incidents of looting and illegal occupation of farms and houses following the resignation last...

‘We Must Work Together,’ Zimbabwe’s New Leader...

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's new President Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed Friday he will work to reduce crushing unemployment and return the country to prosperity...

US Calls for Return to Civilian Government...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Friday for a return to civilian rule in Zimbabwe, saying the country has a chance...

Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe Denies Assaulting...

Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe has denied reports that she assaulted a South African model in a Johannesburg hotel suite last month, saying she...

Zimbabwe Startup BitMari Empowers Unbanked Africans Via...

Forty percent of the adult world population lacks bank accounts, according to the World Bank. A disproportionate number of the world’s unbanked live in...

#IfAfricaWasASchool Hilariously Tackles Imaginary Interactions Between African...

Africans tweeted in celebration of the continent's countries yesterday when the hashtag #IfAfricaWasASchool emerged. The trend took on fashion, history and economics, scaling it down to the classroom. Users...

Zimbabwe Accuses French and U.S. Ambassadors of...

Zimbabwe has accused the United States Ambassador to the country, his French counterpart and their embassies of fueling the protests in the country last...

Stolen Artifact of Zimbabwean King Found, Gold-Plated...

Bulawayo — Police in southern Zimbabwe say they have found a missing, more-than-120-year-old spear stuffed inside the thatched roof of a man who claimed...

Zimbabwe to Print Own Version of U.S....

Zimbabwe is set to print its own version of the U.S. dollar in order to ease a cash shortage in the country. Central bank governor...

Botswana Toughens Stance to Keep Zimbabwe Prisoners,...

GABORONE, BOTSWANA — Recent developments increasingly point to a Botswana government getting weary of the economic meltdown in Zimbabwe. From the recently introduced shoot-to-kill stray...

Zimbabwe to Shut Down Foreign Companies That...

The decision by Cabinet to, next month, shut down foreign companies which have not complied with the indigenisation law exposes the futility of the...

Zimbabwe Government to Begin Feeding Students in...

HARARE — President Robert Mugabe's government says it will in May begin giving a meal a day to schoolchildren in areas worst hit by...

Zimbabwe Meets IMF Economic Goals, Can Now...

In June 2013, IMF approved an economic supervised reform program on Zimbabwe, the Staff Monitored Program. It was supposed to end in December 2013...

Zimbabwe Government to Take Possession of All...

HARARE — Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said on Thursday that his government would take possession of all diamond operations because existing miners had robbed...

Time for African Nations to Join Forces...

  African countries have been urged to work together if they want to develop the tourism sector on the continent, African Union commissioner for transport...

Zimbabwe Seeks $1.5B to Prevent Starvation Due...

Zimbabwe has appealed to local businesses and charities for $1.5 billion in aid to save more than a quarter of the population from starvation...

Zimbabwe President Says Africa Should Quit the...

Zimbabwe’s main opposition and some citizens Monday condemned President Robert Mugabe’s call for Africa to quit the United Nations. During the weekend the 91-year-old...

Oxford College Opts to Keep Statue of...

Oriel College, a division of the University of Oxford in England, has decided not to remove a statue of British colonialist Cecil Rhodes, despite...
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