1. Vorastra

    Legal knives are out for human rights lawyers in Zim

  2. Sollie

    Arrests of activists continue in Zimbabwe

    Arrests of activists continue in Zimbabwe https://www.enca.com/news/arrests-activists-continue-zimbabwe
  3. Vorastra

    Zimbabwe VP blames colonisers for not teaching locals how to run economy

  4. J

    Michael Jordaan argues that Zimbabwe should adopt a stable cryptocurrency

    Michael Jordaan argues that Zimbabwe should adopt a stable cryptocurrency Adopting a stable cryptocurrency is not only a future-oriented thing for Zimbabwe to do, it can also solve many of the country’s currency troubles. This is the view of former FNB CEO and Montegray founder Michael...
  5. J

    Econet sued over Internet shutdown in Zimbabwe

    Econet sued over Internet shutdown in Zimbabwe Lawyers and a media-advocacy group in Zimbabwe asked the High Court to declare the shutdown of the internet illegal after the government blocked access to most social-media services last week. The shutdown has caused loss of business and income...
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    Zimbabwe orders Internet shutdown

    Zimbabwe orders Internet shutdown When the Zimbabwean government ordered internet service providers to shutter parts of the web in an effort to curb anti-government protests, it also plunged homes into darkness because people can’t pay their utilities online. Most people in the southern...
  7. f2wohf

    Evicted white Zim farmer to get land back, as Mnangagwa govt reverses decision

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    Bitcoin surges in Zimbabwe as military seizes power

    Bitcoin surges in Zimbabwe as military seizes power Bitcoin climbed as much as 10 percent on Zimbabwe’s Golix exchange on Wednesday after the country’s armed forces seized power.
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Zimbabwe reverses data tariff hikes following public outcry

    Zimbabwe reverses data tariff hikes following public outcry Zimbabwe has reversed the latest data tariff hikes which caused a furore among consumers, who considered them not only steep but also an attempt to clamp down on social media.
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    Roaming - SA and Zimbabwe

    I could not find a post relating to this. Every-time my Vodacom(pre-paid) sim card goes into Zimbabwe, the data stops working. Voice and SMS works 100%, but no data. The data roaming has been activated. I have spoken to a simcard provider regarding this, and they have informed me that...
  11. RyanBrothwell

    Mugabe promises 'good returns' to Japanese investors

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Monday promised that Japanese investors in Zimbabwe would be treated in a "robust and effective manner", state-owned ZBC television reported. Mugabe said Zimbabwe was ready to do business with Japan and ensure good returns for investors. Accompanied by...
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    Boris Johnson On Mugabe's Birthday.

    Boris Johnson On Mugabe's Birthday. I can't imagine that anyone in his right mind would want to go to the 91st birthday party of Robert Gabriel Mugabe, which takes place this Saturday. It promises to be an event of spectacular moral ugliness. Although his people are starving, the ancient...
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Robert Mugabe falling for chicken in fake Nando’s advert

    Robert Mugabe falling for chicken in fake Nando’s advert An advert for fast-food chain Nando’s using the now instantly-recognisable image of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe falling is a fake
  14. QuintonB

    Sentech scrambles SABC in Zimbabwe

    Sentech blocks SABC in Zim: report Sentech has scrambled SABC’s television channels in Zimbabwe, Business Day reported on Wednesday.
  15. LazyLion

    Mugabe signs new constitution into law

    President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday signed Zimbabwe's new constitution into law, clearing the path to crucial elections later this year. The long-time ruler inked the document two months after it was overwhelmingly approved in a referendum. Source : Sapa-AFP /pk/hdw/jk Date : 22...
  16. LazyLion

    Mugabe Warns Against Violence

    President Robert Mugabe marked Zimbabwe's 33 years of independence with a renewed call to shun violence ahead of elections later this year to choose a successor to the country's shaky power-sharing government. "The country is now due to hold harmonised elections, and I wish to urge the nation...
  17. LazyLion

    Helicopters to Remain in SA, Minister to pay Costs

    The third chapter in the saga regarding the donation of Alouette helicopters by the South African National Defence Force to the Zimbabwean army ended in a success for AfriForum today when the North Gauteng High Court ordered that an earlier interdict against the delivery of the helicopters be...
  18. LazyLion

    South Africa Approves $100 Million Loan to Zimbabwe

  19. LazyLion

    Mugabe Arrives in Rome for Pope's Inauguration

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe flew into Rome on Monday to attend Pope Francis's inauguration, sidestepping a travel ban that applies to the EU but not to the sovereign Vatican City state. Mugabe arrived amid controversy in Zimbabwe where police on Sunday arrested four of Prime Minister...
  20. LazyLion

    Violence Erupts on Eve of Zimbabwe Referendum

    Suspected supporters of Zimbabwe's veteran leader Robert Mugabe were accused of attacking members of the main opposition party Friday, heightening tensions on the eve of a key constitutional referendum. Seven members from Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)...