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Mnangagwa, who was sacked from his role as Mugabe’s deputy earlier this month, is only the second president in Zimbabwe’s 37-year existence as an independent nation.
Military denies coup, claiming temporary control to “target criminals”
Zimbabwean agencies work overtime as diamond mining companies rush to comply with indigenization legislation. The April 1 deadline compelled many firms to submit their proposals on how to engage with the law.
Zimbabwean government is seeking some $1,5 Billion(1,4 billion Euro) from donors to avert hunger which has already hit more than a quarter of the population. However, challenges remain before that money comes along.
Fourteen teams are participating in the 11th Cricket World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand, which began on 14 February and will continue until 29 March. The teams will play a total of 49 matches in 14 different cities. Australian playing fields will host 26 matches in seven cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, …
President seeks fostering bilateral relations with different countries
By Dr Cesar Chelala Physical or sexual violence is a serious public health problem that affects more than one-third of all women globally, as was established in a report by the World Health Organization (WHO) in partnership with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the South African Medical Research Council. The findings of the report …
Zaazou participates in tourism conferences in Zimbabwe and Zambia, meets with his counterparts from Zimbabwe, Russia, Madagascar and Mozambique
Pharaohs are one step away from reaching the World Cup after scraping by with a 1-0 victory
Salah’s hat-trick puts Egypt one step away from reaching the final round of World Cup qualifiers