Not every foreign national will make it to Zimbabwe this Christmas due to the clamping down on non-complying cross border transports
Eskom said that it is unable to supply Zimbabwe with more electricity than it is right now, as it does not have any access to capacity
Zimbabweans have been asked to help decide whether judges should stop the colonial tradition of wearing wigs.
South Africa need to beat the Netherlands to book a spot in the T20 World Cup semi-finals, that match kicks off a Super Sunday of cricket.
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Zimbabwe skipper Ervine won the toss and elected to bat against South Africa in the second rain-delayed Twenty20 World Cup match in Hobart.
Zimbabwe will keep the world’s highest interest rate into next year as it prioritises economic stability ahead of high growth rates.
Zimbabwe are back at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Having missed last year’s event in the UAE and Oman, they will return to the big stage for the first time since 2016.
Lance Klusener has stepped down as Zimbabwe’s batting coach with immediate effect less then two weeks before the start of the T20 World Cup.
Zimbabweans depending on relatives working in South Africa fear loss of primary income when the Zimbabwe Exemption Permit expires.
Zimbabweans who have returned to their country after working and studying for years in South Africa are battling to rebuild their lives.
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‘They gave us back R100 rands and our passports and ordered us to go back home to Zimbabwe,’ said NewsDay senior journalist, Rex Mphisa.
South Africa’s ongoing power outages are stifling travel across the key bridge between the country and Zimbabwe.
There are claims that Zimbabwean nationals who want to return back to their country are refused to cross the border post by Border Guards
Despite Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) bringing relief to nearly 180 000 permit holders, many families are opting to return to Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe to receive food relief from the UN World Food Programme as the country faces extreme food challenges.
The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStats) said most citizens who left the country went to South Africa, Botswana and the United Kingdom.
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What a win for ZIM! Zimbabwe coach Dave Houghton is savouring his side’s ODI victory over Australia in Townsville.