Zimbabwe


Blistering attacks, threats as US dentist outed as hunter who killed lion Cecil

2015-07-28 23:14

The Twitter and Facebook accounts and website of the US dentist who killed the famous Zimbabwean lion, Cecil, have been shut down after they were flooded with blistering attacks - and threats.

Zim's Mimosa platinum records rise in output

2015-07-28 15:08

Mimosa platinum mine, owned jointly by Aquarius Platinum and Impala Platinum, is on a strong footing after its quarterly production lifted by 5%, says the Aquarius CEO.

Foreign hunter accused of killing Zim's famous lion

2015-07-27 19:14

A Zimbabwean conservation charity says a foreign tourist could face criminal charges after allegedly using a bow and arrow to kill a much-loved lion called Cecil.

Unique Zim hawk makes stunning recovery after pellet gun injury

2015-07-27 08:59

A handsome Zimbabwean hawk that was shot and injured by a Harare gardener will take to the air again, thanks to the devoted efforts of a local bird rehabilitation expert.

Zim firm inks $1.1bn power deal with China

2015-07-24 13:30

A Zimbabwean company has signed a $1.1bn agreement with the China State Construction Engineering Corporation to build a 600-megawatt thermal power plant.

Don't parrot Western ideologies, Mugabe tells journalists

2015-07-23 19:05

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has called on African journalists to tell the "African story" and stop being "used" by Western powers to "despise" the continent’s heads of state, media reports say.

Zim workers threaten to 'vent anger' on the streets over 'senseless' job losses

2015-07-23 08:03

Zimbabwe’s main labour union has warned that workers would take to the streets to "vent their anger" if President Robert Mugabe’s government fails to take action to stem job losses after a landmark court ruling on job termination.

Zim farmers fear winter of hunger after poor tobacco crop

2015-07-22 14:26

Thousands of small-scale farmers in Zimbabwe fear they will be going hungry this winter after abandoning traditional staples like maize, sorghum and groundnuts for tobacco, a cash crop known locally as "green gold".

Zimbabwe farmers fear winter of hunger

2015-07-22 13:04

Thousands of farmers in Zimbabwe fear they will be going hungry this winter after abandoning traditional staples like maize, sorghum and groundnuts for tobacco.

Riot police raid home of Zim opposition leader - report

2015-07-21 22:25

A sheriff of the Harare High Court backed by riot police has raided the home and party headquarters of Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, the state television reports.

 

US dentist named as killer of Zimbabwe's Cecil the lion

2015-07-28 22:28

A wealthy American dentist used a bow and arrow to shoot a much-loved Zimbabwean lion called Cecil.

2 Zimbabweans face charges over death of Cecil the lion

2015-07-28 14:12

A Zimbabwean professional hunter and a local landowner will appear in court on poaching charges for allegedly killing a much-loved lion called Cecil, officials say, after the felion's death caused widespread outrage.

BAT defies downward trend in Zim

2015-07-27 12:56

British American Tobacco has bucked the downward trend in Zimbabwe by recording growth in both revenue and profitability in its half-year results.

Zim's biggest retailer feels bite as consumer demand dwindles

2015-07-24 15:30

Zim’s biggest grocery retailer OK Zimbabwe has posted a 7.5% drop in net sales for the first quarter to June 2014.

Zim MP brings used underwear to parliament

2015-07-23 19:05

There was drama in Zimbabwe's parliament after an MP from the opposition MDC paraded used underwear in the House in protest against the importation and resale of such garments, media reports say.

Gushing praise for 'Our Saving Grace' as Zim First Lady turns 50

2015-07-23 16:08

Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe has turned 50, and state media and departments have marked her “golden jubilee” with gushing praise.

Mugabe ally left 'shaken' after receiving bullet parcel – reports

2015-07-22 15:00

An ally of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s has reportedly been left "shaken" after he received an envelope containing an AK47 bullet and a death threat message.

Zim court ruling opens way for mass firings - union

2015-07-22 13:25

More than 250 workers in Zimbabwe have lost their jobs in the wake of a landmark ruling by a top court that allows employers to terminate workers’ contracts by giving them just three months’ notice.

Desperate Zim women flock to cross-border trade despite risks

2015-07-22 12:23

Zimbabwean women are flocking to cross-border trade despite the risks, as the country’s job market has shrunk on the back of an economy that analysts say will stagnate or fall into recession this year.

Mugabe laws deter investors - Zim official

2015-07-21 17:31

A senior Zimbabwean official says investment has been badly hit by President Robert Mugabe's laws limiting foreign ownership of businesses.

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