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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.
Auction companies are booming in Zimbabwe as companies and individuals - including Tongaat Hulett CEO Sydney Mutsambiwa and Mzi Khumalo's Metallon Corporation - default on loan payments or other financial obligations.
A Zimbabwean opposition lawmaker has reportedly called for the impeachment of President Emmerson Mnangagwa amid a worsening economic crisis facing the southern African country.
Tanzanian officials say Africa's youngest billionaire has been kidnapped, and leading fast food chains in Zimbabwe have reportedly shut down their businesses due to cash shortages.
In one of the biggest supermarkets in Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, cooking oil, rice and Coca-Cola are all out of stock while a notice on the bread rack tells shoppers they can only buy one loaf each.
Zimbabweans of all races, clad with the country's flag, stretched out their hands towards Zimbabwe's parliament to pray for a smooth transition into a new government at the Africa Unity Square in Harare on Monday.
Zimbabwe's only independent member of Parliament and former Zanu-PF member, Temba Mliswa, says citizens in that country are happy that their lives have been placed in the hands of the military. Watch.
The ZANU-PF Youth League says it 'is a lion which has awakened' after the Zimbabwe military warned of a possible interference if ruling President, Robert Mugabe, continues to get rid of veteran politicians in a bid to help his wife, Grace Mugabe, succeed him. Watch.
Zimbabwe is on the brink of running out of bread in the coming weeks as flour stocks diminish, according to media reports.
Austin Mushanguri shakes his head in dejection and walks away from the fridges in an affluent supermarket in Zimbabwe’s capital after reading a sign saying he can only buy one bottle of beer instead of the dozen he’d hoped for.
Zimbabwe police arrested trade union leaders and scores of activists ahead of planned marches over the country's worsening economic crisis, lawyers have said.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa's cabinet is reportedly divided over a new 2c per dollar tax which has been imposed on electronic transactions by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube.
Hundreds gathered at Africa Unity Square across from the Zimbabwe Parliament on Tuesday, ahead of Zanu-PF's impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe. This is what they had to say. Watch.
University of Zimbabwe students have vowed not to write examinations until President Robert Mugabe steps down.
Zimbabweans largely heeded calls by the military, with businesses such as Pick n Pay and Nando’s closing early and Harare streets emptying up.
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