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Zimbabwe: Harare vendors making money dabbling in 'sex coffee'

Harare - In Harare, Zimbabwe's capital city, vendors are pushing "sex coffee," guaranteed to increase sexual performance and stamina. All this for only $3.00 to $5.00 a packet, depending on one's negotiating skills.

Zimbabwe police quiz minister over detained editor

Harare - Police in Zimbabwe have taken the unusual step of summoning the country's information minister for questioning in the case of a state newspaper editor charged with subversion.

Zimbabwe's president urges white farmers to cede land to blacks

Harare - Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, urged white farmers to cede land to black farmers. He spoke at a rally with Zanu-PF Wednesday.

Banking mogul Diamond to help Zimbabwe tap bond market

Harare - Former Barclays chief Bob Diamond will help Zimbabwe tap much-needed international investment through a 150 million eurobond, the country's finance minister said Wednesday.

African bank loans Zimbabwe $100 million to ease credit crunch

Harare - The African Export-Import Bank on Saturday announced a $100 million (72 million euro) loan to Zimbabwe's banking sector to ease a credit crunch that has deepened the country's economic woes."It is a well-known fact that the Zimbabwean banking sector an...

Update: Tokwe Mukorsi dam in Zimbabwe

Masvingo - Digital Journal has been following closely events surrounding the Tokwe Mukorsi dam in the Masvingo Province of Zimbabwe.

South Africa remembers worst wartime sea disaster Special

Pretoria - As the world marks the centenary in 2014 of the outbreak of World War One, South Africans are commemorating those who lost their lives 97 year ago in one of the country’s worst maritime disasters during that war.

Zimbabwe president Mugabe launches 90 birthday balloons

Marondera - Thousands turned out on Sunday to wish happy birthday to Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, who threw 90 balloons into the air to mark his 90th year and continuing hold on power.Fresh off the plane from Singapore, where the nonogenarian president had ...

Mugabe spends 90th birthday in Singapore

Harare - Zimbabwe President and Africa's oldest leader Robert Mugabe marked his 90th birthday receiving medical treatment in Singapore Friday, reigniting rumours that the man who has ruled his country since independence could be in ill health.While Mugabe's aid...

Former US Congressman arrested in Zimbabwe

Harare - Former U.S. Congressman Mel Reynolds was arrested in Zimbabwe, at the Bronte Garden Hotel in the capital city of Harare, on suspicion of pornography possession and an alleged immigration offense. In Zimbabwe, possession of pornography is illegal.

Water gushes over crumbling dam wall in Zimbabwe

Masvingo - A new dam being built on the Tokwe river in the Masvingo area of Zimbabwe is close to bursting as water from heavy rains is finding its way through gaps in the uncompleted dam wall.

‘War Brides’ at the British Library

London - Next month there is a free lecture on the subject of war brides at the British Library. Entry is free but seating is limited.

Zimbabwean skier in Winter Olympics

The land-locked and very warm African country of Zimbabwe may not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of the Winter Olympics, but one young man is about to show that sport of all kinds is an important feature of Zimbabwean life.

Nelson Mandela trained by Israeli Mossad agents in Ethiopia

Israel's state archives has published a 50-year-old letter from the Mossad spy agency claiming it trained Nelson Mandela in hand-to-hand combat, weaponry and sabotage.

The Knockout Game — A sickening new trend

London - If you thought boxing was the knockout game, think again. This is not a sport, and is already responsible for a number of deaths.

Poachers kill over 300 Zimbabwe elephants with cyanide

Hwange - Poachers in Zimbabwe have poisoned to death more than 300 elephants and many other animals in the southern African nation's largest national park.

Elephants get straight to the point

Biologists have demonstrated that elephants can use human pointing cues to find hidden food. This means that, other than dogs, elephants are the only animals to understand human gestures.

Man sleeps in hotel with crocodile under his bed

Guy Whittall, who was in Zimbabwe, was shocked when he discovered that there was an eight-foot crocodile right underneath his bed

Op-Ed: Robert Mugabe in Disneyland

At one time, people used to visit Rhodesia to see the ruins of Zimbabwe; now they visit Zimbabwe to see the ruins of Rhodesia. Here's why.

Zimbabwean charged for using Mugabe poster as toilet paper

No one should be foolish enough to present their backside to Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe — even if it is only a poster of the Zimbabwean ruler.
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