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US diamond ban has ‘political agenda’, slams furious Zimbabwe

America barred trading of rough diamonds from African country on Tuesday for use of forced labour.

Mugabe finally laid to rest in rural Zimbabwe village

Hundreds of mourners assembled for the burial, which was initially intended to be a private family event. 

Zimbabwe’s central bank paid US$51 million to Malaysia Airlines without govt...

The country's Public Accounts Committee says the payment was made for three planes that never got to take off.

Hero’s burial for Mugabe as family changes stance

Mugabe's relatives earlier pushed for him to be buried in his home village.

Relatives, officials attend mass for Mugabe in Singapore

The official funeral will be held on Saturday at the giant 60,000-seat National Sports Stadium in Harare and foreign leaders are expected to attend.

Zimbabweans mourn Mugabe, but are confused about burial

Robert Mugabe's body has yet to arrive from Singapore, keeping mourners wondering over the date of his burial.

Zimbabwe begins national mourning for Mugabe

Robert Mugabe's passing has drawn divided responses from Zimbabweans.

Zimbabwe isytihar Mugabe sebagai ‘pahlawan negara’

Presiden Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa membuat perisytiharan itu di Parlimen dan negara akan berkabung sehingga jasad Mugabe dikebumikan.

Zimbabweans suffered for too long under Mugabe, says UK

The UK hopes Zimbabwe can continue to be set on a more democratic and prosperous path.

Mugabe’s farm seizures: Racial justice or catastrophic power grab?

To Robert Mugabe’s foes, the redistribution of land was a lawless grab for power and wealth that nearly destroyed the country.

Mugabe and the West: A love-hate affair

In the early days Robert Mugabe was something of a darling of the West because he was pursuing a policy of reconciliation.

Bekas presiden Zimbabwe Mugabe meninggal dunia

Robert Mugabe yang menerima rawatan sejak April dilaporkan meninggal dunia di Singapura.

Mugabe dies at Singapore hospital

Mugabe was the world’s oldest head of state before he was ousted in 2017 after ruling for more than 3 decades.

Tesla batteries keep Zimbabwe’s economy running

Amid power outages, Zimbabwe’s biggest mobile-phone operator is turning to Tesla for batteries that can keep its base stations running.

Food and fuel dominate imports in Zimbabwe’s efforts to keep economy...

Zimbabwe imported almost US$80 million’s worth of diesel last month, 30% less than in June

ICC suspends Zimbabwe Cricket over ‘political interference’

The punishment comes after the Zimbabwe Cricket Board was suspended by the government last month and replaced with an interim committee.

Zimbabwe ends foreign currency use as inflation spirals

Zimbabwe is facing another bout of sharply rising prices, with official inflation now at nearly 100%, the highest since the hyperinflation era.

Hosts Egypt make winning start to Africa Cup of Nations

A packed crowd of 70,000 ensured a heady atmosphere at the Cairo International Stadium.

Zimbabwe central bank says it secures US$500 million to ease dollar...

Dollars have been scarce on the official market, where a US dollar fetches 3.4 RTGS dollars compared to 6.3 RTGS dollars on the black market.

Mozambique cyclone death toll jumps to more than 400

Cyclone Idai lashed the Mozambican port city of Beira with winds of up to 170 km per hour last week, then moved inland to Zimbabwe and Malawi.

Pelik tapi inilah hakikat… Ramai wanita di Zimbabwe meninggal akibat ‘peraturan’...

Ibu bersalin di hospital di Zimbabwe dikenakan denda AS$5 jika sekali menjerit menyebabkan mereka memilih untuk bersalin di rumah

Over 160 dead in Zimbabwe, Mozambique as cyclone destroys city

90% of the city Beira comprising some 530,000 people and its surrounding area had been 'damaged or destroyed.'

Ex-Zimbabwe director banned over West Indies fix attempt

Enock Ikope's suspension follows the 20-year ban handed out to Rajan Nayer, a former senior Zimbabwe cricket official, in March 2018.

Zimbabwe starts trading new currency in bid to end dollar dearth

The measures come as the government scrambles to end a currency shortage that’s pushed inflation to the highest rate since 2008 and sparked shortages of fuel and bread.