Social media abuse a headache for Zimbabwean government - Xinhua

Zimbabwean people hold national flags in a protest mobilized by the social media in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Aug.6, 2016. (Xinhua). HARARE, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- While social media has proved to be an effective medium of communication, the Zimbabwean ...

Zimbabweans have lost trust in Mugabe's govt – Church leaders - Uganda Christian News (press release)

A leading association of churches that represents 26 different denominations in Zimbabwe says President Robert Mugabe's government is behaving irresponsibly and calls on related state officials to come to terms with the growing economic crisis in the ...

Police run riot - DailyNews

HARARE - Police ran riot in Harare yesterday as they indiscriminately shot at pedestrians and motorists after they ruthlessly descended on protesters who were demonstrating against the deteriorating economic situation that has triggered a wave of price ...

Zimbabwe: One Vast Informal Business - AllAfrica.com

Zimbabwe's economy has seen a drastic collapse since 2000. Once a fairly highly industrialised country, Zimbabwe is now a vast informal economy after the collapse of its once-thriving manufacturing and agricultural sectors. Industry is operating at 30 ...

President Jacob Zuma To Host President Mugabe On October 3 - BuzzSouthAfrica.com

President Jacob Zuma will on Tuesday, host his Zimbabwean counterpart Robert Mugabe, who is expected in the country on an official visit. As announced by the Presidency, his Excellency, President Mugabe will be in South Africa on October 3, to attend ...

Zimbabwe at its tipping point - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

TREVOR Hove works at a filling station in Harare. On this hot September afternoon, his workstation has luckily just received a fresh delivery of fuel. He is busy, taking a second or two to wipe sweat off his brow, as he serves the growing queue of ...

Violent demo rocks Harare - NewsDay

BUSINESS came to a standstill in Harare's central business district (CBD) yesterday as hundreds of protesters demonstrating under the #Tajamuka banner clashed with illegal money changers, vendors and police in bloody confrontations leaving behind a ...

Mugabe has completely lost it, period! - NewsDay

President Robert Mugabe's declaration that he is going nowhere despite the hardships experienced by ordinary Zimbabweans clearly shows his obduracy to the plight of the citizenry. This also demonstrates that the soon-to-be 94-year-old Mugabe does not ...

Zimbabwe police disperse protests - The News International

HARARE: Zimbabwean police in the capital Harare on Friday fired teargas to break up protests against the country's worsening economic crisis as rising prices fuel opposition to President Robert Mugabe's regime. Demonstrators led by the anti-government ...

Grace Mugabe buys Rolls-Royce car - Zim News .NET Zimbabwe

HARARE: CONTROVERSIAL Zimbabwe first Lady Grace Mugabe, who has been on a spending spree on properties as she builds a vast empire around prime real estate in Mazowe, Borrowdale in Harare and Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa, a few ...