Africa

More than 40 killed in Zimbabwe bus accident

Accident in Gwanda, 550km south of capital Harare, also left 20 other people injured, some with severe burns.

More than 40 killed in Zimbabwe bus accident

Africa

A year after Mugabe, hopes for a new Zimbabwe still low

With fears of economic collapse and deepening divisions, government will have to act much faster on its promises.

A year after Mugabe, hopes for a new Zimbabwe still low

Zimbabwe

At least 47 killed after two buses collide in Zimbabwe

The buses buses collided on road between the capital, Harare, and the southeastern town of Rusape, according to police.

At least 47 killed after two buses collide in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's new information era

Rights groups are demanding a review of outdated laws on information transparency.

Zimbabwe's new information era

Zimbabwe

Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout

Long queues at petrol stations are common in Bulawayo and people are panicked, but Mnangagwa attempts to ease concerns.

Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout

Africa

Zimbabwe: Transaction tax causing a cash crisis

Zimbabwe's attempt to revive the economy makes matters worse for its struggling health system.

Africa

Is Zimbabwe's new tax generating shortages and uncertainty?

Zimbabwe's central bank governor says the new two percent tax on bank transactions is responsible for fuel shortages.

Africa

Zimbabwe to give 1.4m cholera vaccines this week

A cholera outbreak has already killed 49 people and infected thousands more.

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