HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Before the family of Kelvin Tinashe Choto knew he had been killed, social media in Zimbabwe was circulating a photo of his battered body lying on the reception counter of a.. New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
Soldiers patrolled city streets in Zimbabwe on Tuesday and confrontations with angry civilians threatened to boil over, a day after violent protests led to the death of three people, including a police..
Reuters reports Soldiers patrolled Zimbabwe city streets on Tuesday and confrontations with demonstrators threatened to boil over. This comes as the government offered public workers more money a day..
Hundreds of demonstrators marched through the streets of Bulawayo, in Zimbabwe, on Monday, January 14, in a show of anger against a steep fuel price hike implemented by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on..
These single mothers are survivors of abuse from disadvantaged communities. But they've just become Zimbabwe's hidden weapon against the poachers killing elephants and rhinos for their tusks and horns.
Sub-Saharan Africa's recovery will progress slowly into next year, despite a historic free-trade agreement being signed earlier in March. But as Pascale Davies reports, there is a glimmer of hope for..
[The Herald] Police have set up security checkpoints across the country to account for all hooligans who looted groceries and destroyed property during three-day violent protests orchestrated by the.. allAfrica.com - Published
[New Zimbabwe] KIRSTY Coventry has dismissed social media claims she has stepped down as the country's sports minister following the Zanu PF led government's brutal crackdown on citizens who were.. allAfrica.com - Published
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEAN NGOs say 12 people have died as a result of a police, army crackdown on anti-government protesters early this week, contradicting official claims only three people who include.. allAfrica.com - Published
[New Zimbabwe] OPPOSITION Build Zimbabwe Alliance (BAZ) leader, Noah Manyika says President Emmerson Mnangagwa should abandon his foreign tour and return home to personally deal with citizen unrest.. allAfrica.com - Published
Zimbabwe's public workers have rejected a second offer to raise their salaries and demanded to be paid in dollars, days after at least three people died in violent anti-government protests. Reuters - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president, Peter Mutasa has gone into hiding after being linked to week's violent anti-government protests that left three dead and a trail of.. allAfrica.com - Published
A collection of Zimbabwe human rights groups says at least 12 people have been killed, at least 78 have been shot and more than 240 have faced "assault, torture, inhumane and degrading treatment" in a.. News24 - Published
[New Zimbabwe] FORMER state Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko and family have finally quit Choppies Supermarkets Zimbabwe, bringing to an end a protracted battle for control of the Botswana owned.. allAfrica.com - Published
[ICG] The Zimbabwean government's decision to hike fuel prices has sparked fierce opposition. In this Q&A, Crisis Group's Senior Consultant Piers Pigou explains how economic hardship is driving.. allAfrica.com - Published
[Zimbabwe], Jan 19 (ANI): Thousands of Zimbabwean citizens were unable to access the internet on Friday after the government had ordered the nation's biggest telecom operator to shut down its Sify - Published Also reported by •Zee News
China is leading the charge in a bid to undermine accepted concepts of human rights accountability and justice.
The Chinese effort backed by autocrats elsewhere has turned human rights into an.. Eurasia Review - Published
After hundreds of Zimbabweans have been arrested during anti-government protests and fuel price increases, the United Nations called for an end to the brutal crackdown that has already left dozens dead.. WorldNews - Published
HARARE - The men wearing police and military uniforms came in the middle of night, forcing their way into the home where Brighton, 35, lives with his young family outside Harare. Bangkok Post - Published
A magistrate in Zimbabwe says there is reasonable suspicion that a well-known pastor accused of subversion amid nationwide protests committed an offense, and has set another hearing for January 31. News24 - Published
Attempts by Zimbabweans to circumvent a government-imposed social media ban suffered a blow on Friday morning after the state ordered service providers to cut off internet access for the second time.. News24 - Published
A magistrates court in Harare ruled on Friday that Zimbabwean activist pastor Evan Mawarire would stand trial for allegedly subverting the government and that he must appear in court on January 31. Reuters - Published