Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe economy 'to grow by 6 percent'

The economy is projected to surpass the original budget projection of 4.5 percent, finance minister says.

Zimbabwe economy to grow by 6 percent: Finance minister

Zimbabwe

Cholera crisis signals deeper problems for Zimbabwe

At least 45 dead in cholera outbreak linked to Harare's dilapidated sanitation and water infrastructure.

Cholera crisis signals deeper problems for Zimbabwe

Africa

Zimbabwe opposition walk out of Mnangagwa’s first speech

They accuse the president not being legitimately elected after a disputed vote and of wasting public money.

Africa

Zimbabwe bans street vendors in effort to fight cholera

Why food vendors are paying the price as ZImbabwe's capital fights a cholera outbreak.

Zimbabwe

'We are absolutely cursed': Farmers despair over El Nino warning

Officials, farmers and experts plan for drought after 2015/2016 El Nino left millions hungry and killed 19,000 cattle.

'We are absolutely cursed': Farmers despair over El Nino warning

Africa

Harare's sanitation crisis to blame for Zimbabwe cholera epidemic

Raw sewage and rubbish a poor suburb of Harare have led to a cholera outbreak, killing more than 20 so far and sickening 3,000 people.

Health

Zimbabwe's opposition postpones mock presidential inauguration

MDC says it called off Saturday's planned 'swearing-in' of Nelson Chamisa due to the outbreak of cholera in Harare.

Zimbabwe's opposition postpones mock presidential inauguration

Zimbabwe

Public assembly banned in Zimbabwe capital amid cholera outbreak

No public gatherings allowed as part of an emergency response to the outbreak that has killed 21 people so far.

Public assembly banned in Zimbabwe capital amid cholera outbreak

Africa

Zimbabwe cholera outbreak: State of emergency declared

At least 20 people have died in a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, and two thousand have been infected, with the number of cases growing daily.

Opinion

May and Merkel backing Mnangagwa is bad news for Zimbabwe

Foreign governments ignoring rights abuses to secure economic benefit in Zimbabwe will only enable oppression.

Tafi Mhaka

by Tafi Mhaka

Tafi Mhaka

Emmerson Mnangagwa

A new dawn or more of the same for Zimbabwe?

Many Zimbabweans hope inauguration will usher in new era but critics raise concerns over Mnangagwa's ties to old guard.

A new dawn or more of the same for Zimbabwe?

Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe's president

Thousands of supporters and foreign leaders attend ceremony in capital Harare for the swearing-in of new president.

Africa

Zimbabwe: Survivors still seek justice for Matabeleland killings

President Emmerson Mnangagwa was state security minister in the 1980s when at least 20,000 people were killed by the army, leading some to question if he can reform the country, given his past political allegiances.

Africa

Zimbabwe's Chamisa rejects ruling on Mnangagwa poll win

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa rejects ruling on election challenge, saying he has a legitimate claim to lead.

Zimbabwe's Chamisa rejects ruling on Mnangagwa's election victory

Africa

Zimbabwe court upholds Mnangagwa's election victory

Top court rejects legal challenge by MDC, which alleged the vote was rigged in favour of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.