Zimbabwe game rangers arrested

2015-10-07 20:37

Three staff members at Zimbabwe's biggest game park have been arrested on suspicion of stealing ivory.

Zim will have an indigenised economy by 2018 – minister

2015-10-07 14:03

Zimbabwean Youth Development, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Minister Patrick Zhuwawo says the southern African country will have an "indigenised" economy by 2018.

Fastjet secures Zim licence

2015-10-07 11:42

Budget airline fastjet has secured an airline operator licence in Zimbabwe, giving it the nod for domestic and international flights into and out of the country.

Zim to hike empowerment levy on foreign firms

2015-10-07 08:59

Zimbabwe's new indigenisation minister says the proposed 10% empowerment levy to fund indigenisation and economic empowerment will be raised to 12.5% in 2017.

SABMiller's Zim partner reports revenue drop

2015-10-06 18:24

SABMiller’s Zimbabwe-based associate Delta Corporation has seen subdued volumes across all categories and an 8% fall in revenue for the six months to end-September.

Mugabe's oldest allies fear being sidelined if he leaves office

2015-10-06 12:31

The oldest members of the ruling Zanu-PF in Zimbabwe reportedly want President Robert Mugabe, 91, to remain in office because they fear being sidelined by the younger generation if he leaves.

No going back on Zim indigenisation policy – minister

2015-10-05 17:59

Zimbabwe’s newly appointed minister of youth development, indigenisation and economic empowerment Patrick Zhuwawo says there is no going back in the country’s controversial indigenisation programme, according to a report.

More Zim elephants die from cyanide poisoning

2015-10-05 14:34

Up to 11 elephants and several vultures have died in yet another case of cyanide poisoning in Zimbabwe, a conservationist says.

MDC officials challenge Tsvangirai over Mujuru

2015-10-05 11:00

Senior members of Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC are reportedly opposed to party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s proposed plan to form a coalition with former vice president Joice Mujuru.

Cash-strapped Zim 'won't sack civil servants'

2015-10-04 14:06

Despite pressure from the IMF, cash-strapped Zimbabwe will not sack any of its civil servants, a report quotes the minister of finance Patric Chinamasa as saying.


Zimbabwe elephant poisoning - 5 arrested

2015-10-07 17:28

Zimbabwe parks official:s have arrested five for killing 11 elephants with cyanide at Hwange park.

Zim blocks Nigerian prophet who said Mugabe would die

2015-10-07 12:53

Zimbabwe’s security agents have allegedly detained two Nigerian pastors and blocked their church leader, Chris Okafor - who prophesied President Robert Mugabe’s death - from entering the country.

Zim to impose 'load shedding' on major industries

2015-10-07 10:27

Zimbabwe's government has asked all mining companies and other big industries to cut electricity consumption by 25% because of current power shortages.

Zimbabwe: 14 elephants killed by cyanide poisoning

2015-10-06 18:25

Fourteen elephants have been poisoned by cyanide in Zimbabwe in three separate incidents, two years after poachers killed more than 200 elephants by poisoning, Zimbabwe's National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority says.

Clinton too junior to criticise Mugabe, says aide

2015-10-06 14:06

US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is too junior to criticise President Robert Mugabe, who "relates to sitting heads of states and not aspiring candidates", his spokesperson has reportedly said.

Man caught trying to smuggle ivory, python skin into SA

2015-10-06 10:50

Police in Zimbabwe have arrested a Zambian national for allegedly trying to smuggle ivory and a python skin into South Africa, Zimbabwe state radio says.

Zim army 'threatens to deal with politicians opposed to Mugabe'

2015-10-05 16:29

Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai, has reportedly warned the country’s armed forces against threatening the country’s opposition.

Clinton, UN agencies slam Mugabe's gay remarks

2015-10-05 13:31

Several UN aid agencies have reportedly condemned Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s recent remarks on homosexuality at the United Nations General Assembly.

WhatsApp slur against Mugabe gets Zim man arrested - report

2015-10-04 19:34

Insulting President Robert Mugabe on social media is a risky business, as a Zimbabwean man who's been arrested for posting a message to the wrong WhatsApp group will no doubt testify.

El Nino threatens African crops, economies

2015-10-03 10:26

Standing waist-deep in a hole, South African maize farmer Tom van Rooyen digs at the side with a small pickaxe.

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