Zimbabwe

Zimbabweans in South Africa fear elections won’t be free and fair

Zimbabweans go to the polls on 30 July

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Brief | 20 July 2018

Rubbish piles up in Harare

Ivory Park residents complain of poor city services

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News | 18 May 2018

Zimbabwe’s nurses complain of poor working conditions

Union says government needs to go back to the drawing board

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Brief | 8 May 2018

Zimbabwean army’s crackdown on touts leaves many desperate

Cities eerily quiet in the wake of “Operation Restore Legacy”

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News | 13 December 2017

Zimbabweans look forward to post-Mugabe era

But frustration as president fails to resign

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News | 20 November 2017

Asylum seekers fear being returned to Zimbabwe

Zimbabweans worry about withdrawal of refugee status

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News | 3 October 2017

Panic buying in Zimbabwe

Bond note currency blamed for crisis

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News | 26 September 2017

Motorists pay toll fees to Zimbabwe’s pothole entrepreneurs

Holes filled with bricks and sand and motorists charged a “thank you” fee

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News | 7 March 2017

Zimbabwean police spike motorists

Officials use dangerous method to stop traffic offenders

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Brief | 28 February 2017

Bus fares to Zimbabwe double in December

Companies cash in on holiday demand

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News | 7 December 2016

Passengers shoved into the wrong coaches in Newtown bus war

Mayhem as touts jostle for Zimbabwe-bound trade

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News | 30 November 2016

Harare sex workers beat the cash crunch

Customers pay online

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News | 29 November 2016

Long jail terms for mocking Zimbabwe’s new currency

Parliament rushes through law in anticipation of bond note introduction

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Brief | 24 November 2016

Zimbabweans rush to stockpile food ahead of new currency

Fears of runaway inflation

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News | 17 October 2016

Dodging teargas in Zimbabwe’s riot-torn capital

Throw your stilettos at police, urges WhatsApp message

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News | 31 August 2016