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Chamisa travels to Manicaland as cyclone victims given quick burials
'Our appeal is really for the short term, for the immediate things that are needed by people who are marooned'...
Cyclone Idai death toll climbs to 89 in eastern Zimbabwe
Chimanimani district has been cut off from the rest of the country by torrential rains and winds of up to 170 km per hour
Manicaland, Masvingo, News
Mnangagwa flies home into a storm over lack of cyclone preparedness
'What was Mnangagwa thinking as he got on the luxury jet to the UAE, knowing he was leaving stranded and desperate citizens in Manicaland?'
At least 31 killed, dozens missing as Cyclone Idai devastates Manicaland
Pictures showed roads, houses and bridges that were washed away while communication towers were knocked down
Mnangagwa takes army chief on bailout mission to Abu Dhabi
Presence of General Phillip Valerio Sibanda on trip fuels speculation Mnangagwa looking for military hardware
Mash West, News
43 injured after bus rolls 3 times near Kadoma: police
'The bus rolled three times before coming to rest on its wheels'
Pupils shut down school, walk 6km to police station to report sexual harassment
The determined pupils numbering about 150 left their school at 4AM, arriving at the police station just before 6AM
Africa, Mash Central, News, Politics
Kasukuwere vows to take fight to Mnangagwa after property is seized
Kasukuwere joins over a dozen former Mugabe regime loyalists who are scattered around the world
Mash West, Mining, News
Battlefields Mine Disaster rescue effort ends as 28th body recovered
Ministers have promised law reforms to legalise the activities of the artisanal miners which they hope will lead to greater safety
Africa, News, Politics
Biti fumes after book he co-authored with 2 former presidents seized by CIO
'They just said the books had been taken by the President’s Office. It’s outrageous'
Mphoko threatens to head to court to get his pension, benefits
'We’ve been going round in circles and haven’t achieved any progress'
RTGS dollar weakens on interbank market, further slide expected
The central bank was still drip-feeding the market with some dollars, which some saw as an attempt to influence the exchange rate
Doctors reduced to tears over drug, equipment shortages at hospitals
'I’m just seeing patients, make a diagnosis and send them away to die'
Africa, Mat South, News
A fake dad and a string of rape claims: the truth about Gugu Ncube
'We have to assume that because of that double tragedy early in her childhood, she has these demons following her'
Senior civil servants will be allowed duty-free vehicle imports
On average, government workers are paid less than RTGS$500 per month, the equivalent of US$131
Harare, News, Politics
MDC supporter turns up dead after January 24 kidnapping
Confirmation of Blessing’s death brings to 18 the number of documented deaths after the January 14 fuel protests
Bulawayo, Education, Mat North, Mat South, News
Shona teachers to be withdrawn from Bulawayo after outcry
'Unesco encourages the use of the home language for at least the first six years of formal education'
Emmerson Mnangagwa equates self to God, says rivals Satan
'What a disappointing and unpresidential metaphor to use to describe those who disagree with the government'
SA will support Zimbabwe 'within its means,' says Ramaphosa
'We want to see meaningful support being given by international development partners to Zimbabwe'
Senior doctors strike at Parirenyatwa over sundries, drugs shortages
'We are now forced with immediate effect to further scale down the services which we are offering, to deal with dire emergencies only'
Africa, International, News
Zim aid worker thanks 'God's hand' after changing booking on doomed jet
'I am alive and safe. Counting my blessings double'