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6 returnees from South Africa test positive for COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

Six persons who returned from South Africa have tested positive for COVID-19 in Zimbabwe and have all been isolated, the government in Harare said in a statement on Wednesday. As of Wednesday June...

Amnesty International warns COVID-19 food aid being distributed along party and political lines in Angola, South Africa and Zimbabwe

Amnesty International warned on Wednesday that food aid meant to mitigate the devastating effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns and shutdowns was being distributed along party and political lines in Southern Africa. “The distribution...

Unsafe water raises COVID-19 risks in Zimbabwe, Human Rights Watch warns

Zimbabwe government measures to combat COVID-19 should include urgently providing continuous and affordable access to sufficient safe water to people across the country, Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday. Long before the coronavirus pandemic, much of Zimbabwe...

30-year old Zimbabwean broadcaster Zororo Makamba dies from coronavirus

A 30-year old Zimbabwean broadcaster Zororo Makamba has died from coronavirus, an indication that even the young can succumb to COVID-19. Reports said Makamba was diagnosed with coronavirus on Saturday, and his condition...

Amnesty demands answers from President Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe over abduction of journalist and activist Itai Dzamara

Amnesty International on Sunday demanded answers from the administration of President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa five years after Zimbabwean journalist and pro-democracy activist, Itai Dzamara, was abducted in Harare and vanished.

Zimbabwe experiencing major economic and humanitarian crisis with 2020 growth projected at near zero, IMF says in damning assessment

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday delivered a damning assessment of the Zimbabwean economy, saying the southern African nation was experiencing an economic and humanitarian crisis with 2020 economic growth projected at near zero.

President Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe visits Ground Zero, 9/11 terror attacks site

President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe on Thursday visited Ground Zero, the site of the deadly terror attacks in New York on September 11, 2001. Mr. Mnangagwa made the visit after addressing the United...

VIDEO: Thabo Mbeki praises Mugabe, trashes British imperialists

Former South African President Thabo Mbeki praised former President of Zimbabwe the late Robert Mugabe on Tuesday and trashed Beitish colonialists for attempting to overthrow him. Mbeki was speaking at a Robert...

Ramaphosa: The big humiliation I received in Zimbabwe over xenophobia was directed at South Africa not me

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday that the humiliation he received during the funeral of former President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe was directed at South Africa and not him. While he...

Africans bid farewell to Robert Mugabe

Africans gathered at a national stadium in Zimbabwe on Saturday to bid farewell to former President Robert Mugabe who died last week at the age of 95. Mugabe, who died in a Singapore...

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IMF approves disbursement of $152.61 million to Gabon to respond to COVID-19

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday approved a disbursement of $152.61 million to Gabon to...

IMF approves $49.1 million loan for Lesotho to respond to COVID-19 economic fallout

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IMF approves $110.4 million in emergency support for Eswatini to respond to COVID-19 economic fallout

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday approved $110.4 million in emergency support for the Kingdom of Eswatini to respond to...

Three IMF economists pen must-read op-ed on corruption and COVID-19, even as African governments receive billions of dollars in loans

Three IMF economists have penned down a must-read op-ed on corruption and COVID-19 as African governments receive billions in loans. The opinion...

IMF approves nearly $4.3 billion loan for South Africa to respond to COVID-19 economic crisis

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday approved nearly $4.3 billion loan for South Africa to respond to COVID-19 economic crisis.

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