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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.

Masakadza named Zimbabwe skipper across all formats

35-year-old Hamilton Masakadza has captained in three tests, 20 One-Day Internationals and 11 Twenty20s.

Tragedi lombong emas Zimbabwe, 24 mayat ditemui, 8 selamat

2 lombong tinggal itu terletak berhampiran bandar Kadoma, 145 kilometer barat daya Harare.

Zimbabwe sedia keluar pelombong haram terperangkap, angka korban dijangka meningkat

Laporan awal menganggarkan bilangan pelombong yang terperangkap seramai 23 orang, tetapi media kerajaan berkata angka mereka mungkin 2 kali ganda jumlah itu.

Nearly US$1million in cash stolen from Mugabe’s house

Court papers revealed that a bag with a million dollars were concealed in the library of his country home in Zvimba.

President vows to probe Zimbabwe forces over crackdown

Fears of the return of violent repression sparked crackdown of Zimbabwe forces.

Russian diamond giant Alrosa is returning to Zimbabwe 

Russia’s diamond resources at current working fields are expected to be fully exhausted by 2047.

Fuel protests turn deadly in Zimbabwe

Residents say police fired teargas 'indiscriminately' in the city centre and residential areas.

Zimbabwe plans new currency as dollar shortage bites

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is under pressure to revive the economy but dollar shortages are undermining efforts to win back foreign investors.

50 maut dalam nahas bas di Zimbabwe

Seramai 80 lagi mangsa cedera dalam pertembungan 2 bas di Lebuhraya Harare-Mutare, Rabu lalu.

Taijul claims six wickets as Zimbabwe all out for 282

Taijul Islam's six wickets restricted Zimbabwe to 282 runs.

Williams, Masakadza rule even day in first Bangladesh Test

Sean Williams and Hamilton Masakadza combined for 140 runs from 284 balls against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh seal series over Zimbabwe with big win

Imrul Kayes and Liton Das combined for 173 runs to lead Bangladesh to a seven-wicket victory.

Kayes century sets up easy Bangladesh win

Imrul Kayes' 144 runs helped Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe in the first one-day international of a three-match series.

Zimbabwe needs #MeToo moment, says acclaimed author

The author said she wanted to see with her own eyes the land seizures she heard about on the news.

Paterson leads South Africa to six-wicket win over Zimbabwe

Dane Paterson claimed two wickets in South Africa's victory over Zimbabwe.

Hendricks, Klaasen lead South Africa to ODI whitewash over Zimbabwe

Reeza Hendricks and Heinrich Klaasen combined for 125 runs to lead South Africa to victory against Zimbabwe.

South Africa struggle before beating Zimbabwe

South Africa beat Zimbabwe by five wickets in the first one-day international at the Diamond Oval.

Cholera death toll climbs to 45 in Zimbabwe

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said that an oral vaccine campaign was due to begin shortly with 450,000 people targeted in the worst-affected suburbs of the capital Harare.