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May, 2017

  • 21 May

    Ireland women defeat Zimbabwe by 19 runs in final game of quadrangular series – BBC Sport

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    BBC SportIreland women defeat Zimbabwe by 19 runs in final game of quadrangular seriesBBC SportAoife Beggs' five wickets helped Ireland's women beat Zimbabwe by 19 runs in their last match in the quadrangular series in South Africa. Skipper Laura Delany hit 81 with Shauna Kavanagh notching 67 as Ireland managed a competitive total of 254-5.Zim women look to end on a highThe Zimbabwe StandardRecords

  • 21 May

    Clergyman Mugadza: God Has A Plan To Bring Change To Zimbabwe – ZimEye – Zimbabwe News

    ZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsClergyman Mugadza: God Has A Plan To Bring Change To ZimbabweZimEye - Zimbabwe News“…going to my extended family I can say the way this junta has been working over the years has inflicted fear in not just them, but the rest of the Zimbabwean population. Some of my relatives do not even want me to visit their homes fearing that if ...and more »

  • 21 May

    SA hunter ‘trampled to death by elephants in Zimbabwe’: Report – News24

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    News24SA hunter 'trampled to death by elephants in Zimbabwe': ReportNews24Harare - Zimbabwe's national wildlife authority has confirmed the death of a South African hunter killed by elephants near Hwange in the west of the country this weekend, it was reported on Sunday. Zimparks acting spokesperson Simukai Nyasha said the ...Big game hunter crushed to

  • 21 May

    No money to gamble at Zimbabwe’s fading racecourse – News24

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    News24No money to gamble at Zimbabwe's fading racecourseNews24Harare - Once the preserve of the ruling white minority, horse racing in Zimbabwe adapted to survive independence in 1980 by attracting a loyal following of local fans who enjoyed a bet. Now the country's only track, at Borrowdale outside Harare, ...and more »

  • 21 May

    Zimbabwe to lift a ban on some imported products from South Africa – Eyewitness News

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    Eyewitness NewsZimbabwe to lift a ban on some imported products from South AfricaEyewitness NewsZIMBABWE - The Zimbabwean government says it will lift a ban on some imported products from South Africa, a year after it was first imposed. The ban triggered angry demonstrations, some of them violent, by cross-border traders. Industry Minister Mike ...

  • 21 May

    Mugabe-Zanu PF blamed for Mzembi UN election loss

    Zimbabweans across the political divide have aired their voices over Tourism Minister, Walter Mzembi's loss for the UNWTO secretary general's post. Mzembi who was African Union backed, looked sure footed before the polls but lost to Georgia's Zurab Polilakashvilli with 15 votes to 18. His loss was heartbreak to Africa, with most of them wondering as to how it had happened, one citizen had this to say; 'If it was held

  • 21 May

    .com | Top Africa stories: Mugabe, Bashir, Mali

    Zimbabwe's transport minister has pooh-poohed news that the national carrier has been banned from Europe , arguing that only two planes are affected, it was reported on Thursday. That's not least because President Robert Mugabe always uses Air Zimbabwe AND his son-in-law Simba Chikore is the chief operations officer of the carrier.

  • 21 May

    Zimbabwe proposes to withdraw unused gold mining claims

    Large gold mines in Zimbabwe could lose unused mining claims to the government, which is seeking to increase the number of small producers as part of its economic empowerment drive, a ministry of mines draft policy paper showed on Friday. Gold is Zimbabwe's third largest export earner after tobacco and platinum.

  • 21 May

    Zimbabwe: Presidential Challenger Mujuri Takes Campaign to Victims’ Graves

    NATIONAL People's Party leader Joice Mujuru's election campaign on Thursday took her to the graves of 2008 presidential election run-off victims in Gutu where she took time to sweep and tidy up cemetery while also accusing Zanu PF of killing her own husband. The former vice president and now opposition leader also distanced herself from past atrocities committed by a government and ruling

  • 21 May

    Property Firms Adjust to Economic Downturn

    [Zimbabwe Standard] Players in the property sector are developing packages to suit low-income earners as they chase the elusive dollar owing to the prevailing harsh economic environment.

  • 21 May

    Zhuwao Bristles As Ministry Rot Exposed

    [New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Cabinet minister Patrick Zhuwao has hit out at the Justice Wadyajena-led parliamentary committee on empowerment, disparaging MPs on the body as a bunch of cowards using the agency for factional agendas.

  • 21 May

    Presidential Challenger Mujuri Takes Campaign to Victims’ Graves

    [New Zimbabwe] NATIONAL People's Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru's election campaign on Thursday took her to the graves of 2008 presidential election run-off victims in Gutu where she took time to sweep and tidy up cemetery while also accusing Zanu PF of killing her own husband.

  • 21 May

    SA Hunter ‘Trampled to Death By Elephants in Zimbabwe’ – Report

    [News24Wire] Zimbabwe's national wildlife authority has confirmed the death of a South African hunter killed by elephants near Hwange in the west of the country this weekend, it was reported on Sunday.

  • 21 May

    Why Europe Banned AirZim

    [Zimbabwe Standard] The European Commission ban on Air Zimbabwe was precipitated by the failure by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) to follow up on progress made by the airline to address safety deficiencies, Standardbusiness heard last week.

  • 20 May

    Mugabe minister warns Zuma against ‘copying’ Zim’s ‘land reform … – News24

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    AllAfrica.comMugabe minister warns Zuma against 'copying' Zim's 'land reform ...News24A Zimbabwean cabinet minister has reportedly warned South Africa against copying Zimbabwe's "land reform agenda".Zimbabwe: Setting Up of Robert Mugabe Varsity BeginsAllAfrica.comall 14 news articles »

  • 20 May

    War vets turn on Mutsvangwa, dare Chiwenga – NewsDay

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    NewsDayWar vets turn on Mutsvangwa, dare ChiwengaNewsDayWAR veterans have turned on their leader, Christopher Mutsvangwa, accusing him of selling out the struggle to maintain the principles of the liberation struggle in the aftermath of an attack by Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantino ...and more »

  • 20 May

    Zimbabwe: Mugabe’s Off Again… and This Time It’s Mexico – AllAfrica.com

    Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Off Again... and This Time It's MexicoAllAfrica.comThe Herald, which is resolutely pro-Mugabe, tried to put a positive gloss on the story, saying the Zimbabwe president was attending this summit "on the back of launching successful implementation of the Specialised Maize Production and Import ...and more »

  • 20 May

    Zimbabwe: Construction Industry Pension Fund Scouts for U.S.$14 Million

    THE Construction Industry Pension Fund is scouting for investors to inject US$14 million into the Norton Shopping Mall whose construction stalled over a decade ago. Once it has been completed, the mall will generate rental income for the fund, which can be channelled towards other projects.

  • 20 May

    Heavily armed bandits raid high school

    The robbers who were allegedly armed with two guns that include a Mossberg rifle, rounded up four security guards on duty before tricking three other kitchen staff members who had earlier reported for duty. At least eight employees were caught up in the crossfire that left them with moderate to severe head injuries.

  • 20 May

    .com | Shock as body of girl, 5, found with private parts, tongue missing

    Germany's ambassador to Zimbabwe has reportedly said that German businesses are playing a "wait-and-see game" before they can invest in the southern African country. Hwange The body of a 5-year-old girl who went missing in April in Kasibo village under chief Hwange, Zimbabwe, was reportedly found with her private parts and tongue missing.