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Zimbabwe Summons Us Envoy Over White House Adviser's Comment

Zimbabwe has summoned the U.S. ambassador in Harare to a meeting over comments by a White House official suggesting Zimbabwe is among "foreign adversaries" that could face retaliation for trying to foment unrest in the U.S. over the death of George...
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Southern African Leaders Meet On Mozambique's Deteriorating Security

Southern African leaders met Wednesday to discuss the growing Islamist insurgency in northern Mozambique.At the day-long meeting in Harare, leaders of Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique said they had discussed the COVID-19 pandemic and the...
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The Year Of Rage: Human Rights In Africa In 2019

2019 was a year of mass protests on the African continent, with demonstrators filling the streets in capitals like Conakry, Harare, Khartoum and Kinshasa.  While the causes of their grievances varied, the protesters shared one unfortunate...
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Zimbabweans Protest Sanctions On Leadership

Thousands of Zimbabweans marched Friday in Harare to protest sanctions imposed on the country's leadership for most of the past two decades.Protester Gilbert Shumba says the sanctions are to blame for food shortages."Let's go and destroy and kick...
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In Death, Robert Mugabe Snubbed The Myth Of The Heroes Acre He Created By Not Being Buried There

Three weeks after his death in Singapore, Robert Mugabe was finally laid to rest at a private ceremony in his rural village of Kutama, not the Heroes Acre in Harare as was expected. This is despite the government constructing a mausoleum in his...
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Zimbabwe‘s Water Plant Closes

Zimbabwe's capital has closed its water plant after it failed to raise money to pay for import treatment chemicals, leaving citizens to rely on open and untreated water sources.  Columbus Mavhunga reports from Harare for VOA.
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Un Rapporteur Visits Zimbabwe To Assess Rights Situation

UN Special Rapporteur Clément Voule is in Zimbabwe for a 10-day visit to assess how the country's human rights situation, specifically the rights to "freedom of peaceful assembly and association."  As Columbus Mavhunga reports from Harare for VOA,...
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Brave Somalia Sunk By Late Goal In World Cup Thriller

Johannesburg (AFP) – African football minnows Somalia were eliminated from 2022 World Cup qualifying Tuesday after a dramatic 3-1 loss to Zimbabwe in Harare. Zimbabwe qualified for the second round 3-2 on aggregate thanks to a stoppage-time...
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Un Condemns Government Crackdown On Peaceful Protests In Zimbabwe

The U.N. human rights office is condemning a crackdown Friday in Zimbabwe by riot police on peaceful protesters in the capital, Harare.  The agency is calling for an investigation into excessive use of force by security forces.U.N. Human Rights...
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Desperate Zimbabweans Risk Lives In Abandoned Mines

Officials in Zimbabwe say the bodies of eight illegal miners have been retrieved from an abandoned gold mine about 50 kilometers north of Harare. The news Monday was a reminder of the risk faced by desperate illegal miners trying to make a living in...
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Economic Empowerment Of Women Good For All

Attendees at an FAO sub-regional training workshop on gender and livestock in Harare, Zimbabwe.By Kingsley IghoborUNITED NATIONS, Apr 22 2019 (IPS) Government staffer Souhayata Haidara enjoys talking about her life in a patriarchal society. Her...
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Zimbabwe’s Opposition Party Says Leader Chamisa Survived 'assassination Attempt'

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party said its leader, Nelson Chamisa, on Saturday survived what a party spokesman called an assassination attempt by suspected state security agents while returning from a rally about 80 kilometers east of...
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Fao Warns Southern Africa To Prepare For Drought

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has warned Southern African officials meeting in Zimbabwe to better prepare for expected drought or risk food security. About an hour’s drive south of Harare, 62-year-old maize farmer...
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At Least 3 Dead In Zimbabwe After Opposition Protesters Claim The Elections Were Rigged

Protests in Harare, Zimbabwe descended into chaos on Wednesday after supporters of the main opposition party accused the ruling party of trying to rig the country's historic elections. Soldiers had to step in as protesters clashed with police.
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A Two-day Crash In Zimbabwe’s Mobile Money System Shows The Vulnerabilities Of Going Cashless

Harare, Zimbabwe Although mobile money has become the leading transaction platform in Zimbabwe, its weaknesses came into focus this week after the dominant EcoCash network in Zimbabwe went down for two days, and left many consumer businesses...
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African Banks Consider Chinese Yuan, But Risks Loom

More than a dozen African countries have been weighing the merits of adding the Chinese yuan to their mix of foreign reserves, discussing the idea at a gathering of officials last month in Harare, Zimbabwe.  Adopting the yuan, also known as the...
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Regulators Have Blown Up Bitcoin Trade In Africa’s Most Active Crypto Currency Market

Harare, Zimbabwe Tech savvy Zimbabweans have long used bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to plug foreign currency and liquidity gaps plaguing the country, so much so that the southern African country has become one of Africa’s most active...
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Mugabe Critic Says He'll Run In Local Harare Election

Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire was a vocal critic of former President Robert Mugabe. Now he has decided to run in local government elections this year and possibly land the job of mayor of Zimbabwe's biggest city. From pulpit to politics. Pastor...
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Zimbabwe’s Comedians Are Ready To Deliver Satire For The Post-mugabe Era

Joshua Carl Ncube was away in the resort town of Victoria Falls, more than 430 miles from Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, when his countrymen took to the streets in mid-November last year to protest former president Robert Mugabe’s rule. For several...
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‘i Had No Time For Emotions’: The Impeachment Of Mugabe, Through A Photographer’s Lens

Jekesai Njikizana felt the mood change quickly as members of Zimbabwe's parliament gathered for a special joint session Nov. 21. At first, “the atmosphere was very strange,” said the Zimbabwean photographer who works for Agence France-Presse in...
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