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No doctors at Christmas for crisis-hit Zimbabwe

SowetanLIVE Sunday World

Zimbabwe's economic crisis wipes out Christmas cheer

News24
Ed Mabaya on his parents' farm in Zimbabwe.
Ed Mabaya on his parents' farm in Zimbabwe.

Is Zimbabwe re-dollarising?

Bulawayo24 News

Zimbabwe moving towards dollarisation - Economists

Bulawayo24 News

5.5-magnitude earthquake rocks Zimbabwe

HeraldLIVE

Foreigners blamed for causing fuel crisis in Zimbabwe

Bulawayo24 News

Zimbabwe shaken by 5.5 magnitude earthquake

TimesLIVE
Terrence Mkhwananzi was charged with insulting Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa after he accused the former minister of state security of killing his father.
Terrence Mkhwananzi was charged with insulting Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa after he accused the former minister of state security of killing his father.

Varsity graduates hope for better Zimbabwe

DailyNews

Earthquake hits Zimbabwe and Mozambique

Citizen

Zimbabwe reviews Visa requirements for tourism markets

Bulawayo24 News

God's Answer to Zimbabwe - UCARDGPZ Christmas Message

Bulawayo24 News
Opinion
Grace Mugabe had been positioning herself as a successor to her ageing husband (Reuters: Philimon Bulawayo)
Grace Mugabe had been positioning herself as a successor to her ageing husband (Reuters: Philimon Bulawayo)

Zimbabwe won't extradite Grace Mugabe to SA

News24

2018: Landmark year for Zimbabwe’s judiciary

Chronicle

Zimbabwe start-up targets foreign market

Bulawayo24 News
Former South African president Jacob Zuma sits in the dock of the High Court of Pietermaritzburg on July 27, 2018 for his hearing over 16 corruption charges. - He is charged with 16 counts that include fraud corruption and racketeering. These charges relate to 783 payments which he allegedly received as a bribe to protect French arms company Thales from an investigation into the controversial multi-billion rand arms deal. The alleged bribe was facilitated by Zumas former financial adviser Schabir Shaik. (Photo by Phill MAGAKOE / POOL / AFP) (Photo credit should read PHILL MAGAKOE/AFP/Getty Images) Photographer: PHILL MAGAKOE/AFP
Former South African president Jacob Zuma sits in the dock of the High Court of Pietermaritzburg on July 27, 2018 for his hearing over 16 corruption charges. - He is charged with 16 counts that include fraud corruption and racketeering. These charges relate to 783 payments which he allegedly received as a bribe to protect French arms company Thales from an investigation into the controversial multi-billion rand arms deal. The alleged bribe was facilitated by Zumas former financial adviser Schabir Shaik. (Photo by Phill MAGAKOE / POOL / AFP) (Photo credit should read PHILL MAGAKOE/AFP/Getty Images) Photographer: PHILL MAGAKOE/AFP
Nelson Chamisa, the MDC leader, called for a ‘collective approach’ to ‘move the country forward’.
Nelson Chamisa, the MDC leader, called for a ‘collective approach’ to ‘move the country forward’.
A street vendor selling fresh fruit, vegetables and packaged food looks up from her mobile telephone in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Photographer: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg
A street vendor selling fresh fruit, vegetables and packaged food looks up from her mobile telephone in Harare, Zimbabwe, on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Photographer: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg
A sign supporting the Move Seattle levy, which will fund repair and street maintenance projects and congestion relief, is posted at 17th Avenue and East Union Street.
A sign supporting the Move Seattle levy, which will fund repair and street maintenance projects and congestion relief, is posted at 17th Avenue and East Union Street.
A collection of uncut colorless diamonds are seen on a sorting table at the De Beers office in London, U.K., on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. De Beers, the biggest diamond producer by revenue, is moving the sorting and trading of rough stones to Botswana from London to secure access to the world's largest supplier of diamonds by value and challenge Antwerp's dominance as the world's biggest trading hub for rough diamonds. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe
A collection of uncut colorless diamonds are seen on a sorting table at the De Beers office in London, U.K., on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. De Beers, the biggest diamond producer by revenue, is moving the sorting and trading of rough stones to Botswana from London to secure access to the world's largest supplier of diamonds by value and challenge Antwerp's dominance as the world's biggest trading hub for rough diamonds. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe
In Zimbabwe’s crisis, ‘we cannot talk of Christmas anymore’In Zimbabwe’s crisis, ‘we cannot talk of Christmas anymore’ | The News Tribune
In Zimbabwe’s crisis, ‘we cannot talk of Christmas anymore’In Zimbabwe’s crisis, ‘we cannot talk of Christmas anymore’ | The News Tribune
Zimbabwe elections Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwe elections Robert Mugabe

Invictus: Zimbabwe's moment of oil discovery awaits

Independent Online
Opinion

UAE to open an embassy in Zimbabwe

Blazer contest at Harare Fashion Week

NewsDay

Black Panther star Danai in Zimbabwe

Chronicle

President sees bright future for Zimbabwe

Chronicle

UN Agency Hopes to Revive Zimbabwe's Agriculture Sector

Voice of America

Christmas gloom for Zimbabwe this year

TimesLIVE

Zimbabwe government introduces free education

Bulawayo24 News

Zimbabwe's annual inflation goes through the roof

Zimbabwe to Compensate Displaced White Farmers

Voice of America
Jacob Zuma could face billion-rand lawsuit from Zimbabwe’s white farmers
Jacob Zuma could face billion-rand lawsuit from Zimbabwe’s white farmers

'Fuel supply gaps still exist in Zimbabwe'

Bulawayo24 News

Zimbabwe in panic mode, solution needed

Bulawayo24 News
Opinion
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