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June, 2017

  • 21 June

    Bumper harvest: Zimbabwe to export grain, report says | News24 – News24

    News24Bumper harvest: Zimbabwe to export grain, report says | News24News24The Zimbawean government is reportedly looking to export grain following a bumper harvest that saw most farmers surpassing the targeted yield per hectare ...and more »

  • 21 June

    FEATURE: Lovemore Moyo pays tribute to former Moroka Swallows … – KickOff.com

    KickOff.comFEATURE: Lovemore Moyo pays tribute to former Moroka Swallows ...KickOff.comKickOff.com's Lovemore Moyo has paid tribute to close friend and former Moroka Swallows and Zimbabwe international midfielder Edzai Kasinauyo, who ...Zimbabwe: It's Back to the Village for the Warriors - allAfrica.comAllAfrica.comall 3 news articles »

  • 21 June

    Zimbabwe ease to win over Netherlands | Sport24 – Sport24

    Sport24Zimbabwe ease to win over Netherlands | Sport24Sport24Zimbabwe recorded a comfortable six-wicket win over the Netherlands in a one-day match played on Wednesday in Amsterdam.and more »

  • 21 June

    3 bust for poisoning elephants in Zimbabwe – EWN – Eyewitness News

    Eyewitness News3 bust for poisoning elephants in Zimbabwe - EWNEyewitness NewsThese arrests are in connection with the latest poisoning of elephants with cyanide around Hwange National Park.and more »

  • 21 June

    Zimbabwe appeals for $10.9m aid for refugees | News24 – News24

    News24Zimbabwe appeals for $10.9m aid for refugees | News24News24Financially hamstrung Zimbabwe has joined UN agencies and charities in appealing for $10.9m of aid for thousands of refugees in the country including families ...Zimbabwe launches US$10.9 million appeal for refugees | News ...News Ghanaall 5 news articles »

  • 21 June

    Typhoid is back again

    About 16 cases of typhoid have been reported in some parts of the country, with 14 recorded in Harare, a weekly diseases surveillance report by the Ministry of Health and Child Care has indicated. The report covered week ending June 4. Harare City reported 14 cases, Bindura District in Mashonaland Central Province reported one case, while Murehwa District in Mashonaland East Province reported a single case as well.

  • 21 June

    Zimbabwe: UN Officer Sues Refugee for U.S.$10,000

    A United Nations High Commission for Refugees protection officer is under fire for allegedly extorting money from the refugees under the pretext that he could facilitate their relocation overseas. This came out at the Chipinge Civil Courts where UNHCR protection officer at Tongogara Refugee Camp Taengwa Taimu is suing Democratic Republic of Congo national Faustin Magorwa for $10,000 for defamation.

  • 21 June

    Zimbabwe: Soldiers Threatened Me – Mugabe Nephew

    Soldiers allegedly blocked Indigenisation minister Patrick Zhuwao's vehicle outside Harare, threatening him with unspecified action and the minister says he now fears for his life. Zhuwao, who is President Robert Mugabe's nephew on May 12 wrote to Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi seeking protection, amid fears the incident could be linked to the acrimonious tussle between Zanu PF factions to succeed the 93-year-old leader.

  • 21 June

    Zimbabwe: As Roadblocks Reduced, Cops Swoop On Hotels

    As government says it is reducing the number of roadblocks, ZRP officers appear to have found a new avenue for making money as they have besieged Bulawayo food outlets and hotels where they are issuing tickets for what operators feel are flimsy offences. ZRP officers have been accused of fleecing motorists by forcing them to pay spot fines for suspicious offences leading to a public outcry which has forced the government to act.

  • 21 June

    .com | Zimbabwe appeals for $10.9m aid for refugees

    Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe says leaders of South Africa and Namibia are following President Robert Mugabe's footsteps in distributing land to black people in their countries. Harare - Financially hamstrung Zimbabwe joined UN agencies and charities on Wednesday in appealing for $10.9m of aid for thousands of refugees in the country including families fleeing violence in neighbouring Mozambique.

  • 21 June

    Mugabe As Strong As an Iron Bar, Claims First Lady

    [New Zimbabwe] First Lady, Grace Mugabe, on Tuesday said her husband is as strong as an iron bar which continues to endure despite old age.

  • 21 June

    ‘Mugabe Is a Dictator, Direct Opposite of Chitepo’

    [New Zimbabwe] Veteran politician and now Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) elder, Rugare Gumbo, has launched a scathing attack on President Robert Mugabe whom he described as too obsessed with power and a total opposite to his predecessor Hebert Chitepo.

  • 21 June

    Jamaican Singer Anthony B Jets In

    [The Herald] Jamaican singer Anthony B is expected in the country today ahead of his show at Glamis Arena on Friday.The show will double as Star FM fifth anniversary celebration and local artistes to perform at the event are Jah Prayzah, Winky D and Soul Jah Love while on decks would be Templeman and Garry B among others.

  • 21 June

    Typhoid Resurfaces

    [The Herald] Sixteen cases of typhoid have been reported in some parts of the country, with 14 recorded in Harare, a weekly diseases surveillance report by the Ministry of Health and Child Care has indicated.

  • 21 June

    ‘South Africa, Namibia Following Mugabe’s Footsteps’

    [News24Wire] Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe has said that leaders of South Africa and Namibia are following President Robert Mugabe's footsteps in distributing land to black people in their countries.

  • 20 June

    Zimbabwe’s Nakamba in Belgium move – BBC Sport – BBC Sport

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    BBC SportZimbabwe's Nakamba in Belgium move - BBC SportBBC SportClub Brugge reach an agreement with Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem to sign Zimbabwe international Marvelous Nakamba.Midfielder Nakamba off to Belgium - NewsDay ZimbabweNewsDayClub Brugge to sign Zimbabwe's Marvelous Nakamba pending medicalKing FutZimbabwe: Warriors Star Nakamba Targets Club BruggeAllAfrica.comall 6 news articles »

  • 20 June

    Kaizer Chiefs forward Michelle Katsvairo handed international … – KickOff.com

    KickOff.comKaizer Chiefs forward Michelle Katsvairo handed international ...KickOff.comKaizer Chiefs forward Michelle Katsvairo has been offered a rare chance of international football after being included in the Zimbabwe squad to play at the ...Zimbabwe names squad for COSAFA Castle Cup - Bulawayo24 NewsBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 5 news articles »

  • 20 June

    Ten more elephants poisoned by poachers in Zimbabwe – The Guardian

    The GuardianTen more elephants poisoned by poachers in ZimbabweThe GuardianTen elephants, including a mother and her young calf, have been found poisoned in and around Zimbabwe's premier game reserve, Hwange national park. Six of the animals died in the south of the park last week; some had their tusks hacked off. The others ...Poachers Kill 10 Elephants in Zimbabwe With Poison and Hack Off TusksNewsweekCyanide Poisoning in Hwange Presidential Elephant area - The ...The Zimbabweanall 3 news articles »

  • 20 June

    Uprooted: Zimbabweans may soon be forced to leave SA – Times LIVE

    Times LIVEUprooted: Zimbabweans may soon be forced to leave SATimes LIVEStan Passoh and his wife Hamu left Zimbabwe with a car‚ a few hundred dollars‚ a one-year-old child and his three-year-old sister in 2008 as the country's economy collapsed. Now living in Cape Town‚ they have jobs‚ a small business and their two ...and more »

  • 20 June

    Bumper harvest: Zimbabwe to export grain, report says – News24

    News24Bumper harvest: Zimbabwe to export grain, report saysNews24Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi is the latest high-profile member of Zimbabwe's ruling party to have a break-in. Several other Zanu-PF officials have had break-ins in recent years. Anti-Mugabe shutdown protesters FINALLY have their charges dropped...and more »