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Zimbabwe voted against the resolution to protect Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar army atrocities.

From the 27th December 2019 United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that sat to approve the 5 Draft Resolutions on the Myanmar – Rohingya Muslims situation; Zimbabwe has UNSURPRISINGLY been fingered as one of the nine countries in the UN Assembly that voted AGAINST the resolution to protect Rohingya Muslims from the Myanmar army’s atrocities that include arbitrary arrests, torture, rape and deaths in detention. The crisis… Read More
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35,000 return to SA through Beitbridge in 24 hours as travellers face delays

‘We’re constantly liaising with our South African counterparts to expedite the movement of people’ Travelling chaos … Motorists wait for their turn on road leading to the Zimbabwe side of the Beitbridge border post BEITBRIDGE – Travellers are facing lengthy delays at the country’s busiest port of entry at Beitbridge as tens of thousands return to South Africa after the… Read More
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As Zimbabwe’s doctors strike, pregnant women search for care

Doctors’ wages have been decimated by hyperinflation, and as they strike for better pay, hospitals turn away patients.by Chris Muronzi18 Dec 2019 Harare, Zimbabwe – Thirty-three-year-old Vimbai Mhere sits on the cement floor of a modest, two-room apartment, sipping tea from a plastic cup and snacking on homemade cakes as she recovers from having just given birth to her fourth child.… Read More
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Japan Reveal Why Japanese Companies Are Avoiding Zimbabwe

His Excellency Mr Toshiyuki Iwado, told Sunday Mail Chief Reporter, Kuda Bwititi during an interview that Zimbabwe needs to reform in a number of ways so as to attract Foreign Direct Investment. Below are excerpts from the interview. Bwititi: What is your assessment of the reforms being undertaken by President Mnangagwa’s administration? Have they not attracted Japanese investors? Iwado: Zimbabwe… Read More
Business News 

Economics improve for Zimbabwe lithium project

Perth-based lithium developer Prospect Resources has improved the economics for its Arcadia lithium-tantalum project in Zimbabwe after completing an updated definitive feasibility study. The project’s estimated mine life has increased to 15.5 years from 12 years, during which it is expected to produce 173,000 t/yr of spodumene concentrate, 122,000 t/yr of petalite concentrate and 173,000 lbs/yr of tantalite concentrate grading… Read More
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UN expert: Zimbabwe hunger ‘shocking’ for country not at war

‘I urgently call on government, all political parties and international community to put an end to this spiraling crisis’ HARARE — Zimbabwe is on the brink of man-made starvation and the number of people needing help is “shocking” for a country not in conflict, a United Nations special expert on the right to food said Thursday. Hilal Elver said she… Read More
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EU confronts Mnangagwa over rights abuses

THE European Union (EU) has raised issue with Zimbabwean authorities over their tough handling of human rights in the country in the wake of fierce crackdown on opposition supporters by State police. This was inadvertently revealed Tuesday by Information Minister Monica Mutsvwangwa during a post-cabinet media briefing at the Munhumutapa government offices in Harare. According to the Minister, EU representatives… Read More
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PICS: Tragedy Strikes As 2 People Die After Tree Crashes Into Kombi During Harare Heavy Rainstorm

2 people die after tree crashes  into kombi during Harare heavy rainstorm ZRP has confirmed that two people died in Harare’s Mbare area during this Monday afternoon heavy storm in the capital. Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the sad development in a telephone interview with ZBC News. It also left a trail of destruction with huge trees being uprooted while others… Read More
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OPINION: Mr President, Zimbabwe needs a new narrative

SO, the Health Services Board (HSB) has stood by its commitment not to “brook any nonsense” from the striking junior and middle level doctors? To live up to its threats, the board threatened Thursday to fire the striking doctors – 88 of them – simply because they refused to attend what already looked like a predetermined “disciplinary hearing.” We have… Read More