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Tharisa has right to sell all of $4.2bn Zimbabwe platinum mine

2019-10-17 16:00

Tharisa, the publicly traded South African platinum and chrome miner run by the Pouroulis family, has the right to take over a platinum mine project in Zimbabwe that could ultimately cost $4.2bn.

Zimbabwean tourism minister sacked

2019-08-08 21:51

President Emmerson Mnangagwa fired Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira on Thursday, a statement from Zimbabwe's presidency said, after she was detained over the disappearance of millions of dollars during her time as welfare minister.

Zimbabwe leader wants new currency, IMF loan in revival bid

2019-06-21 15:35

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his finance chief want a new currency by March, would seek financing from the International Monetary Fund, and may even consider a Eurobond offering, as the struggling economy emerges from almost two decades of isolation.

Zimbabwe's president skips 1st rally since deadly unrest

2019-02-02 16:06

Zimbabwe's president has skipped the first rally since the deadly unrest in the country says Western countries are behind the violence.

Taking a cue from Mugabe, Zuma holds the ANC to ransom

2018-01-22 09:58

Why is it that Zuma is able to negotiate his exit if he’s so unpopular in the country? The answer is simple: He understands the game very well, despite the reality that he has to get going very soon, writes Ralph Mathekga.

Zim mulls weekday alcohol sales ban

2017-09-18 15:28

Zimbabwean beverage companies Delta Corporation and African Distillers are set to either ready for a fight with the government or face a sales drop amid plans to bar alcohol sales during the week.

More than 7 500 animals ready for African Animal Ark operation

2017-06-19 20:11

Trailed by great clouds of dust, a massive convoy of noisy diesel trucks rumbles out of Zimbabwe to begin one of Africa’s largest-ever wildlife relocation projects.

Resilient Zim firms rise to economic challenges

2017-03-23 18:30

Zimbabwean businesses have continued to hold their own in a tough operating environment, as shown by their results in the ongoing reporting season

Zimbabwe arrests another veterans group leader in crackdown

2016-08-02 15:54

Zimbabwe police have arrested a leading official of the veterans association as he stepped out of a courthouse where a colleague is answering charges of insulting the president.

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WATCH: Protesters, police clash in ongoing riots in Harare

Police fired tear gas and water cannons at protesters in Harare on Monday, in an attempt to quell rioting by minibus drivers and others, who are protesting what they describe as police harassment. Watch.

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Demand for milk cartons, cans helps Nampak - but plastic sales are down

2019-09-25 16:20

Food can volumes were down due to a loss of a major contract for canned vegetables.

As economy flounders, now passports run short in Zimbabwe

2019-07-01 18:45

Zimbabwe's passport-issuing service has ground to a halt, officials said Monday, leaving many citizens trapped in the country as its economic crisis worsens.

Make South Africa's foreign policy something to be proud of

2019-02-27 05:00

It seems President Ramaphosa's administration will continue on policies that, for the most part, failed to condemn human rights abuses across the globe during the Mbeki and Zuma eras, writes Phumlani Majozi.

WATCH: Zimbabweans in SA protest against 'Mnangagwa and his gangsters'

2019-01-16 15:20

Zimbabwean nationals in South Africa have called on the international community to intervene in the total shutdown in their country, amid widespread reports of violence as the country faces a third day of protests. Watch.

SA universities assist Zim students during coup uncertainty

2017-11-17 20:49

South African tertiary institutions are making arrangements to assist Zimbabwean students who may be affected by ongoing political uncertainty in their home country.

How beer is smuggled across the border and sold in Springs

2017-09-15 10:02

Chibuku Super, a brand of opaque sorghum beer manufactured by Delta Breweries in Zimbabwe, is smuggled across the border in two-litre plastic bottles.

Import restrictions fail to help Zimbabwe’s producers

2017-04-30 09:28

Zimbabwean firms are battling with a flood of imports that are placing profits and pricing under pressure, despite restrictions introduced by President Robert Mugabe’s government last year.

Zim forced into paying govt workers bonuses

2017-03-06 18:33

The Zimbabwean government has reportedly given in to the demands of civil servants to pay them cash bonuses for the year 2016.

Protest pastor urges fearful Zimbabweans to speak out

2016-07-19 17:47

Evan Mawarire, the pastor who has emerged as leader of Zimbabwe's new protest movement, has called on citizens to "scale the wall of fear" and speak out over the country's mounting crisis.

Cecil outrage could herald change in lion conservation - Researchers

2016-04-27 15:58

Could we pay people to tolerate lions in the wild rather than having to hunt them?

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