HARARE The process of establishing the assets of the late Robert Mugabe will take some time, his lawyer said on Tuesday, casting doubt on a state media report that the former Zimbabwean leader left $10 million (7.79 million pounds) and some properties in the capital.
HARARE The European Union is concerned that the democratic space in Zimbabwe has deteriorated since it opened talks with Harare in June for the first time since 2001 in a bid to turn the page on years of hostile relations.
HARARE Zimbabwean police on Wednesday used batons, tear gas and water cannon to beat up and disperse supporters of the main opposition party who had gathered outside their party headquarters in the capital to listen to a speech by their leader. | Video
HARARE Zimbabweans finally got access to new low-denomination currency on Tuesday that authorities hope will end chronic cash shortages, but banks maintained an existing weekly withdrawal limit of $20, frustrating many customers. | Video
HARARE New low-denomination banknotes touted by the government as the solution to the acute cash shortage that has crippled Zimbabwe's economy failed to arrive on Monday, leaving banks in confusion and customers frustrated.
HARARE, Nov 11 Heralded by Zimbabwe's central
bank and its President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the answer to an
acute cash shortage that has hamstrung the country's economy,
new low-denomination banknotes were due to enter circulation on
HARARE Zimbabwe is planning an enforced mass migration of wildlife away from a park in the country's south, where thousands of animals are at risk of death due to drought-induced starvation.
HARARE Government workers in Zimbabwe on Thursday announced plans for a "massive" protest march next week to press for higher wages, as the finance minister said the economy would this year fall into recession for the first time since 2008.
HARARE Zimbabwe will introduce some Zimbabwe dollar notes and coins in the next two weeks, the latest step towards fully restoring the domestic currency, central bank governor John Mangudya said on Tuesday.
HARARE Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday described Western sanctions as a "cancer" sapping the economy, and his supporters denounced the measures during marches held around the country.