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Zimbabwe News

Grace shakes up Mugabe succession battle

Harare - Zimbabwe's ruling party could be heading for a devastating split as bickering between rival factions jostling to succeed ageing ruler Robert Mugabe escalates ahead of a key congress.

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.

Zimbabwe official urges people to stop using condoms

Harare - A top Zimbabwe official shocked the western world by calling it out on what he argued was a ploy to stunt the nation's growth. His solution? Zimbabweans should stop using condoms.

Expropriate 50% of all farms, plans ANC government

In a leftist move some have called phantoms of Zimbabwe, the South African ANC government has proposed a plan to expropriate half of every commercial farm and handing it over to farm workers.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Op-Ed: Zimbabwe election waste of time and money

Harare - I cannot understand why Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai keeps showing up election after election. If I were him I would just wait for old man Robert Mugabe to pass away peacefully and then challenge his successor in an election.

China extends $36m infrastructure loan to Zimbabwe

Harare - The Chinese government has agreed to provide Zimbabwe with a $36 million loan to fund various initiatives in the east African country.

Zimbabwe High Court gives lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa bail

After more than a week in jail and an ongoing legal battle, the award winning Zimbabwean Human Rights lawyer, Beatrice Mtetwa was finally released on bail today.

Zimbabwean human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa still in jail

Zimbabwe human rights lawyer, Beatrice Mtetwa was arrested on Sunday March 17 in the capital Harare while endeavouring to help four clients. She has been in jail ever since despite a High Court ruling.

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe invites new Pope to visit

During all the pomp of the inaugural mass for Pope Francis, one face in the VIP section caused a stir. Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, has been banned from visiting any EU countries since 2002 but Pope Francis went so far as to shake his hand.

South African hair thieves targeting dreadlocks

Johannesburg - Jack Maseko, a 28-year-old man from Zimbabwe was recently mugged by three men in South Africa, wanting nothing but his cell phone and his dreadlocks.

Zimbabwe government bank account has only $217 left

After paying government salaries last week, Zimbabwe has only $217 in its bank account. Finance Minister Tendai Biti says government finances are in a "paralysis state."

Zimbabwe diamond fields 'plundered' by Mugabe cronies

Harare - According to a report released Monday, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, his appointees, international gem dealers and criminals have enriched themselves in "the biggest plunder of diamonds since Cecil Rhodes," according to an AP report.

South Africa:'It's politically correct to kill whites these days'

Political correctness may be the reason that the murder of white South African farmers barely hits the headlines. One farmer declared "It's politically correct to kill whites these days."

Synchronized toilet flushing in Zimbabwe to unblock sewers

Bulawayo - In a case of get ready, get set, flush, home owners in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe have been asked to flush their toilets at a specific time.

Knickers being nicked leads to witch hunt

Knickers are being nicked in the Gokwe District town of Njelele. The perpetrator(s) of the crime has led several women to find themselves awaking in the nude.

Zimbabwe cuts spending to 2012 budget, proposes major changes

Harare - Due to a paucity of diamond inflows and revenues, Zimbabwe Finance Minister Tendai Biti announced that the 2012 federal budget will consist of spending cuts by 10 percent as well as a jump in tax rates.

Harare council approves exquisite $100 million Mall of Zimbabwe

Harare - Harare City Council approved the construction of a $100 million shopping mall. Augur Investments and McCormick Property Development are planning the exquisite Mall of Zimbabwe in Borrowdale, just opposite of the Harare race course.

Zimbabwe legislators undergo circumcisions to fight HIV/AIDS

Harare - About 44 male Zimbabwe Members of Parliament have voluntarily signed onto a campaign to get circumcised in an effort to battle HIV/AIDS. Dozens more of deputies and parliamentary staff underwent HIV tests.

Zimbabwe admits private army firm has 40% stake in diamond mine

Harare - Zimbabwe's deputy mine minister told parliament last week that an army firm maintains a 40 percent stake in one of the most lucrative diamond mines in the country, Anjin mining farm, a joint venture with the Chinese.
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