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Families trek to unsafe wells as taps run dry in drought-hit Zimbabwe
In Zimbabwe’s second city Bulawayo, Abraham Kavalanjila and his two sons have given up waiting for the water to come back on, and trekked out into the maize fields to draw on an open well.
Millions at risk after toxins found in Harare water supply: Study
Water being pumped to millions of residents in Zimbabwe’s capital city came from reservoirs contaminated by dangerous toxins, according to a report seen by the Guardian.
Zimbabwe arrests vice president’s wife on charges of fraud, money laundering
Zimbabwean authorities arrested the wife of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga on charges of money laundering, fraud and violating exchange control regulations, the country's anti Corruption Commission (ZACC) said on Sunday.
Zimbabwe deepens power cuts to 24 hours on loss of Eskom imports
Zimbabwe’s state-owned Zesa Holdings Ltd. escalated power cuts to as long as 24 hours after losing regional power imports and local generation capacity remains critically constrained.
UN to dish out food in Zimbabwe to avert 'major crisis'
The United Nations said Tuesday it was procuring food assistance for 4.1 million Zimbabweans, a quarter of the population in a country where shortages are exacerbated by runaway inflation and climate-induced drought.
Zimbabwe on verge of 'manmade starvation', warns UN envoy
Zimbabwe is on the brink of manmade starvation with close to 60 percent of the population now food insecure, a UN envoy said.
Zimbabwe bourse CEO bemoans 80% currency crash ravaging market
When it comes to adverse conditions for stock-market trading, Zimbabwe’s bourse belongs in a special category for extreme cases.
Zimbabwe’s inflation makes it hard to keep track of cost of living
Stung by the country’s spiraling inflation, Zimbabwe’s government workers took to the streets this week for the first ever police-sectioned march demanding improved wages.
Zimbabwe minister charged with corruption costing $3.7 million
The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on Monday detained and charged a cabinet minister and long-time ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa for abuse of office alleged to have cost the government $3.7 million, the second high-profile graft case this year.
Zimbabwe’s Mugabe honored at state funeral, burial delayed
African heads of state joined thousands of Zimbabweans at a state funeral Saturday for Zimbabwe’s founding president Robert Mugabe whose burial has been delayed for at least a month until a special mausoleum can be built for his remains.
Robert Mugabe dies aged 95
Iran extends condolences to Zimbabwe over Mugabe’s passing away
Zimbabwe police break up protests after court ban
Riot police in Zimbabwe fired teargas and beat demonstrators on Friday during a crackdown on opposition supporters who have taken to Harare's streets despite a protest ban.
Zimbabwe has gone from falling prices to three-digit inflation in 30 months
Zimbabwe has gone from deflation to triple-digit inflation in less than three years.
Nearly 1,000 killed in cyclone in Mozambique, Zimbabwe
The death toll from Cyclone Idai, which devastated Mozambique and Zimbabwe last month, is nearing 1,000, according to the latest figures released by the two governments.
Death toll surpasses 259 after Cyclone Idai wreaks havoc in Zimbabwe
Formerly built up areas became flooded and covered by stones after Cyclone Idai swept through the area in Chimanimani, footage filmed on Saturday shows.

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