The government has rejected the Movement for Democratic Change’s claims.
South Africa’s Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi’s decision to speed up deportations hasn’t made him popular with Zimbabweans.
Worryingly, both illnesses share similar symptoms which has put added strain on the country’s embattled healthcare system.
Zimbabwe, like many other African countries, has been forced to extend its coronavirus-induced lockdown period.
Zimbabwe will institute a 21-day national lockdown starting on Monday 30 March 2020 as the country seeks to inhibit the spread of the new coronavirus.
Zimbabwe’s overburdened healthcare system braces for impact.
Zimbabwe’s health minister, Obadiah Moyo, confirmed the first case, saying a 38-year-old man contracted the virus after travelling to the UK.
Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has aptly placed an ‘out of touch with reality’ tag on the Zimbabwean statesman.
Zimbabwe’s defence minister Oppah Muchinguri has created some major controversy this weekend, for her opinions on the coronavirus.
History may be repeating itself in Zimbabwe, as multiple sources suggest that Emmerson Mnangagwa will be given a taste of his own medicine in an army coup.
“Assets and liabilities, including debts denominated in United States dollars shall be valued in the local currency at a rate of ‘one-to-one’.”
There will be no relief for Zimbabwe in 2020, it seems. The UN have painted a bleak picture of the year ahead, as the country braces for food shortages.
Mary Chiwenga is accused of trying to kill her Vice President husband. She appeared in court on Tuesday, and Zimbabwe’s political scandal has escalated.
We can’t keep the lights on in South Africa, but that hasn’t stopped Eskom from funneling power to Zimbabwe – it’s a Christmas present SA can ill-afford.
The price of cooking gas has increased more than six-fold since the start of the year, placing it beyond the reach of many.
If Zimbabwe want to get the US onside and lift economic sanctions, they will have to reverse their controversial land reform programme.
Zimbabwe’s nightmares returned within months, as shoppers battled daily shortages of basics such as fuel, cooking oil, sugar and bread.
The day will include a march, a soccer match, and an all-night concert.
It’s an historic day for thousands of white farmers in Zimbabwe: The government have agreed to compensate landowners affected by land reform policies.