Zimbabwe Headlines

  • Cholera death toll climbs to 45 in Zimbabwe

    At least 45 people have been killed by cholera in Zimbabwe in the past three weeks, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Tuesday, describing the strain...

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  • Raza, ZC mend contractual differences

    The allrounder, who had lost his central contract last month for a breach of agreement, will travel with the national squad to Bangladesh next month

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  • Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa faces old divisions

    HARARE, Zimbabwe — When Emmerson Mnangagwa took the oath of office as president late last month promising "a new dawn" for Zimbabwe, many just laughed. They said the opportunity for the fresh start they were hoping for — after deposing a dictator last year and holding national elections — has ...

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  • Heath Streak applies for Zimbabwe Cricket to be dissolved

    The former Zimbabwe coach submitted a court application asking for the board to be liquidated in order for it to pay its debts

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  • 'Things are getting worse': economic collapse looms again in Zimbabwe

    Locals say conditions have deteriorated since July’s contentious election, as world powers keep their distance Zimbabwe faces a deepening economic crisis as hopes fade of a new wave of international investment and aid following historic elections in July. The poll, the first after the military takeover that led to the ousting of Robert Mugabe, was won by the ageing autocrat’s former righthand man, Emmerson Mnangagwa. Continue reading...

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  • Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe's latest crisis

    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Raw sewage flows freely in some streets of Zimbabwe's capital, posing a deadly challenge to the recently elected president who has promised the troubled co

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  • Doping: IOC Athletes' Commission supports WADA's lifting of ban on RUSADA

    Kirsty Coventry, chair of the International Olympic Committee's Athletes' Commission, said on Saturday that she supported the lifting of the ban on Russia’s anti-doping agency RUSADA despite widespread dismay over this week's WADA decision.

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  • IOC Athletes' Commission supports WADA's lifting of ban on RUSADA

    Kirsty Coventry, chair of the International Olympic Committee's Athletes' Commission, said on Saturday that she supported the lifting of the ban on Russia’s anti-doping agency RUSADA despite widespread dismay over this week's WADA decision.

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  • Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe’s latest crisis

    Raw sewage flows freely in some streets of Zimbabwe's capital, posing a deadly challenge to the recently elected president who has promised the troubled country a new dawn. A cholera … Click to Continue

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  • Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe’s latest crisis

    Raw sewage in the streets: Deadly cholera outbreak is troubled Zimbabwe’s latest crisis

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  • Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe’s latest crisis

    Raw sewage flows freely in some streets of Zimbabwe's capital, posing a deadly challenge to the recently elected president who has promised the troubled country a new dawn. A cholera … Click to Continue

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  • Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe’s latest crisis

    Raw sewage flows freely in some streets of Zimbabwe's capital, posing a deadly challenge to the recently elected president who has promised the troubled country a new dawn. A cholera … Click to Continue

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  • Fear and anger as cholera strikes again in Zimbabwe

    Sixty-year-old Emma Zhakata winces, struggling to hold back tears as she relates how her husband, one of 32 cholera victims in Zimbabwe, died within hours of...

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  • Young Africa: new wave of politicians challenges old guard

    Bobi Wine’s return to Uganda highlights potential leaders testing ageing, entrenched power across the continent A wave of young politicians and activists are challenging ageing leaders across much of Africa, reflecting seismic shifts on the continent that are poised to dramatically change the lives of hundreds of millions of people. The new generation of politicians are in their mid-30s and can barely remember the cold war or the conflicts that brought many autocrats or ruling parties to power....

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  • ‘Medieval’ cholera outbreak exposes Zimbabwe's problems

    Emergency in which 30 people have died shows up appalling infrastructure of Mugabe era Authorities in Zimbabwe are struggling to control a deadly cholera outbreak, underlining the enormous challenges that face the country’s new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. More than 5,000 people have been infected and 30 killed in the outbreak. A state of emergency has been declared and all public events cancelled, but the disease has nevertheless spread to five of the country’s 10 provinces. Continue...

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  • Zimbabwe president reshuffles top ranks of civil service

    Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday made sweeping changes to the country's top civil service, retiring a batch of long-serving bureaucrats and promoting new faces in a break with his predecessor Robert Mugabe.

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  • Zimbabwe president reshuffles top ranks of civil service

    HARARE, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday made sweeping changes to the country's top civil service, retiring a batch...

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  • Zimbabwe inquiry into post-election killings begins

    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Zimbabwe's president has sworn in members of a commission of inquiry into the killing of six people following military intervention...

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  • Zimbabwe inquiry into post-election killings begins

    Zimbabwe's president has sworn in members of a commission of inquiry into the killing of six people following military intervention after the disputed election. The commission led by former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe is expected to finish its work in three months. The...

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  • Zimbabwe seeks $35 million to fight cholera outbreak

    Zimbabwe is appealing to individual citizens and local companies for $35 million to help fight a cholera outbreak that has killed 31 and infected more than 5,000, the finance minister said.

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  • South African sea snails under threat from surge in poaching -report

    Poverty and crime in South Africa are driving a surge in the illegal harvesting off its shores of the abalone, a large sea snail coveted as a delicacy in some parts of Asia, a report said on Tuesday.

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  • Zimbabwe opposition lawmakers walk out of Mnangagwa address

    Zimbabwean opposition lawmakers walked out of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's state of the nation address to parliament on Tuesday, signaling their lingering bitterness after losing a disputed July 30 presidential and parliamentary election.

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  • Zimbabwe opposition lawmakers walk out of Mnangagwa address

    Zimbabwean opposition lawmakers walked out of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's state of the nation address to parliament on Tuesday, signalling their lingering bitterness after losing a disputed July 30 presidential and parliamentary election.

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  • Zimbabwe's opposition members of parliament walk out on Mnangagwa address

    Zimbabwean opposition lawmakers on Tuesday walked out on President Emmerson Mnangagwa's state of the nation address to parliament, signaling their lingering bitterness after losing a disputed July 30 presidential and parliamentary vote.

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