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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.
‘World knows not depth of disaster yet:’ Cyclone kills over 300 in Mozambique, Zimbabwe
The death toll from a cyclone that smashed into Mozambique and Zimbabwe rose to more than 300 as rescuers raced against the clock to help survivors and the UN led the charge to provide aid.
Cyclone hits Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, killing 140
Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi have been hit by a vicious cyclone that has killed more than 140 people, left hundreds more missing and stranded tens of thousands who are cut off from roads and telephones in mainly poor, rural areas.
Iran sympathizes with Zimbabwe over mine incident
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman offered condolences to Zimbabwe’s government over a deadly incident in a mine in the African country.
Zimbabwe's public sector union backs down on strike, says situation is volatile
Zimbabwe’s umbrella public sector union has backed down from plans for a national strike, an official said on Thursday, citing the volatile situation in the country after violent protests this month were met by a security crackdown.
Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa skips Davos forum over unrest, vows probe into crackdown
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has canceled an official trip to Europe over unrest triggered by economic crisis in his home country, vowing to investigate misconduct by security forces following a brutal crackdown on nationwide protests.
Zimbabwe doctors' group says 68 treated for gunshot wounds after protests
Sixty-eight Zimbabweans have been treated after sustaining gunshot wounds, 17 of whom underwent emergency surgery, after violent protests this week over a steep rise in the price of fuel, a doctors’ group said on Thursday.
Soldiers patrol Zimbabwe streets after deadly protests
Soldiers patrolled Zimbabwe city streets on Tuesday and confrontations with angry civilians threatened to boil over, as the government offered public workers more money a day after protests over a disintegrating economy turned deadly.
Zimbabwe teachers to strike over pay as currency crisis deepens
Zimbabwean teachers will strike from Tuesday to press for US dollar salaries as talks with the government failed to bring a breakthrough, a union says, adding pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to contain a runaway currency crisis.
South Africa to arrest wife of Zimbabwe’s Mugabe
South African police said Wednesday an arrest warrant had been issued for Grace Mugabe, wife of former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe, after she allegedly assaulted a model in Johannesburg in 2017.

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