Zimbabwe Crisis Affecting Us, Says South African Minister

Zimbabwe Crisis Affecting Us, Says South African Minister

By Robert Tapfumaneyi THE political and economic crisis in Zimbabwe is seriously affecting South Africa and the neighbouring country is ...
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Coronavirus

Covid-19 Worsens Zimbabwe’s Health Crisis

Covid-19 Worsens Zimbabwe’s Health Crisis

Lancet YEARS of neglect and doctors’ strikes have pushed the Zimbabwean health system to the brink. When seven babies were stillborn on July 27 at Harare Central Hospital in Zimbabwe, after urgent treatment was delayed because of a nurses’ strike, it captured the heart-rending health crisis in the country. But ...

Zimbabwe

IN PICTURES: Mnangagwa’s Tour Of Anjin Diamond Company In Chiadzwa

IN PICTURES: Mnangagwa’s Tour Of Anjin Diamond Company In Chiadzwa

/ Zimbabwe
By Idah Mhetu PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa recently toured the diamond fields of Chiadzwa whose operations still remain secretive. He officially re-launched the operations of Chinese mine Anjin Diamond Mining Company. The mining company is reported to have contributed US$200 million to the economy before its operations were forcibly stopped by ...

Courts & Crime

Chin’ono, Ngarivhume Win Challenge To Access Lawyers, Food, Clothing, Visits

Chin’ono, Ngarivhume Win Challenge To Access Lawyers, Food, Clothing, Visits

/ Courts & Crime, Zimbabwe
By Robert Tapfumaneyi The High Court Friday ordered prison authorities to allow incarcerated journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and opposition leader Jacob Ngarivhume access to warm food, lawyers and social visitors. The two are in remand prison facing charges of inciting violence ahead of the 31 July anti-corruption demonstrations. The ruling comes ...

Trending

Mutare Forbes Border Post Accident Claims One, Injures Two

Mutare Forbes Border Post Accident Claims One, Injures Two

/ News Headlines, Trending
By Staff Reporter ONE person died on the spot while two others were seriously injured when a haulage truck rammed into vehicles and buildings at the Forbes Border in Mutare Friday morning. The post borders Mutare and Manica province in Mozambique. National Police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said one ...

Business

Property Sales Down 40 % As Covid-19 Worsens

Property Sales Down 40 % As Covid-19 Worsens

/ Markets
By Alois Vinga PROPERTY sales in Zimbabwe have gone down by 40% owing to economic problems in Zimbabwe which have been further worsened by the Covid-19 pandemic, the property market report for the second quarter of 2020 has established. The document states Zimbabwe’s economic challenges have reached a tipping point ...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

Dolly Parton: 'Of course black lives matter!'

Dolly Parton: ‘Of course black lives matter!’

/ Music, Showbiz, Arts & Culture
BBC US country music star Dolly Parton has come out in support of Black Lives Matter, in a rare comment on politics. She told Billboard Magazine: "Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!" With a broad fan base that spans the right and ...

Sports

Willian: Arsenal Sign Former Chelsea Midfielder On Free Transfer

Willian: Arsenal Sign Former Chelsea Midfielder On Free Transfer

/ Football
BBC ARSENAL have signed Brazil midfielder Willian on a three-year deal after the 32-year-old's contract with Chelsea expired. The Blues had offered the player a new deal but were unwilling to match what the Gunners had on the table. "I believe he's a player that can really make a difference ...

Health & Community

Minister July Moyo Evicts Thousands Hwange Villagers For Town Growth

Minister July Moyo Evicts Thousands Hwange Villagers For Town Growth

/ Health & Community, News Headlines
By Alois Vinga LOCAL Government Minister July Moyo has ordered thousands of villagers in Hwange rural to vacate the area before year-end to pave way for the expansion of the coal mining town. The minister made the order through a Statutory Instrument. The eviction notice targets villagers from Jembwe, Kasikili ...

Africa & World

Mozambique Battles For Port Seized By IS

Mozambique Battles For Port Seized By IS

/ Africa, News Headlines
BBC MOZAMBIQUE says its troops are fighting to regain control of the key port of Mocimboa da Praia, following multiple reports that it had fallen to Islamist militants on Wednesday. The city is near the site of natural gas projects worth $60bn (£46bn). The military says there is ongoing action ...

Opinion