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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.

Emmerson Mnangagwa angkat sumpah presiden Zimbabwe

Ia selepas satu pilihan raya yang kelam-kabut dan menyaksikan perpecahan dalam kalangan rakyatnya.

Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as president of Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa, whose victory in the July 30 polls was challenged by the main opposition, pledged to "protect and promote the rights of Zimbabweans".

Zimbabwe politician out on bail after his return from Zambia

Tendai Biti, a former finance minister who had claimed Zimbabwe’s July 30 election was rigged is on bail after being charged with public violence.

Senior Zimbabwe opposition figure Biti arrested at border: lawyer

Zimbabwean opposition figure Tendai Biti arrested for inciting protests, among nine other suspects.

Mnangagwa narrowly wins Zimbabwe’s first post-Mugabe election

Zimbabwe braced for public reaction to the election results after 6 people were killed on Wednesday when troops fired live rounds against MDC demonstrators alleging the vote had been rigged.

Zimbabwe’s ruling party wins majority seats in parliament-poll body

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission results showed the ZANU-PF cruising to a big majority after picking up 109 seats against 41 for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

Reports of voter intimidation, coercion ahead of Zimbabwe poll, according to...

Voter intimidation, threats of violence, and coercion are being increasingly reported ahead of Zimbabwe's elections.

Too poor for periods, Zimbabwe’s girls rely on rags, paper, leaves

Zimbabwe is suffering a sanitary wear crisis.

Mugabe-era minister jailed for corruption in Zimbabwe

Samuel Undenge, an energy minister in Mugabe's cabinet, was accused of issuing a US$12,650 contract without due tender to a company that did no work.

Pakistan skittle Zimbabwe for 67 in third ODI

Zimbabwe's score of 67 was their lowest ever recorded against Pakistan.

Hit by extreme weather, Zimbabwe rolls out triple climate policy

A new Climate Smart Agriculture Policy focuses on ensuring farmers and agricultural advisers adopt climate-hardy farming practices.

Zimbabwe police says 49 people injured in Saturday’s blast

Mnangagwa has called the blast a cowardly act which would not derail the July general election, Zimbabwe's first since the downfall of Robert Mugabe after November's de facto army coup.

Blast rocks Zimbabwe president’s rally, injuries reported

Images broadcast on Zimbabwean TV showed scenes of chaos and medics fighting to save those wounded by the blast at the White City stadium in the country's second city Bulawayo.

Chigova stars as Zimbabwe book showdown with Zambia

ZImbabwe goalkeeper George Chigova's two penalty saves led Zimbabwe to victory over Lesotho in a penalty shootout during the Cosafa Cup semifinals.

Madagascar shock South Africa, Zimbabwe also reach Cosafa Cup semis

Madagascar registered an upset victory over South Africa in the Cosafa Cup, while Zimbabwe beat Botswana to join them in the semifinals.

Zimbabwe to elect post-Mugabe president on July 30

Mnangagwa, 75, will square off against the main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party, now led by 40-year-old Nelson Chamisa following the death of Morgan Tsvangirai in February.

EU to observe Zimbabwe polls for first time in 16 years

Zimbabwe formally invited the EU in March to send an election observation mission.

Zimbabwe applies to rejoin Commonwealth

The last country to join was Rwanda, in 2009.

Mnangagwa allies, ministers lose in Zimbabwe ruling party primaries

The results do not bode well for ZANU-PF's chances in the elections to be held in July 2018.

Activist singer Mapfumo returns to post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

Thomas Mapfumo's opposition to Robert Mugabe has made him a figurehead for opposition supporters in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe nurses end strike, challenge dismissal in court

HARARE: Zimbabwean nurses have called off a strike against poor working conditions and will return to work on Monday, a nurses union said on...

UK, African ministers set to discuss Zimbabwe’s possible readmittance to Commonwealth

British foreign minister Boris Johnson will meet his Zimbabwean counterpart Sibusiso Moyo and ministers from neighbouring African countries to discuss Zimbabwe's re-entry into the Commonwealth.