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Trophy hunter kills the son of Cecil the lion
Two years after the controversy around the killing of Cecil the lion, one of his cubs was shot dead as well.
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Mugabe presented with 'special' chair as belated birthday gift
The president, who celebrated his 93rd birthday on February 21, was presented a 9 carat customized wrist watch and a pen in addition to the chair on Monday morning during a ceremony at the State House
Zimbabwe appeals for aid to help flood victims
Last year the rains failed in Zimbabwe leaving 4 million in need of food aid, and now floods have wiped out this season’s harvest.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe celebrates 93rd birthday with supporters
Thousands of supporters have joined Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe to celebrate his 93rd birthday.
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Mugabe to run in Zimbabwe's presidential at 94
Mugabe to stand for election in 2018 aged 94
Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu-PF party has confirmed President Robert Mugabe as its only candidate for the next presidential election in 2018.
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With no national currency since 2009, Zimbabwe launches dollar-backed bond notes to cope with cash crisis.
No 'Arab Spring' in Zimbabwe, Mugabe warns protesters
President Robert Mugabe has warned there will be no ‘Arab Spring’ in Zimbabwe after protests against his decades-long rule descended into violence on Friday.
Zimbabwe minister says illegal protesters will face full wrath of the law
Zimbabwe's home affairs minister, Ignatius Chombo, has warned opposition parties who plan to hold a protest on Friday calling for electoral reforms that any unsanctioned protests would not be tolerate
Zimbabwe police beat up activist who offers them flowers
An activist in Zimbabwe offered police flowers as a peace gesture after protests turned violent – only to get the same treatment meted out to others the previous…
Zimbabwe police break up anti-government protest
Security forces in Zimbabwe have broken up an anti-government protest in the capital, Harare.
Police break up bank protest in Zimbabwe
Memories are still fresh of 2008 when inflation hit 500 billion percent, wiping out people's pensions and savings.
Zimbabwe: Anti-Mugabe demonstration
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, to protest against President Robert Mugabe and the government’s handling of the…
Celebrations as pastor is freed by Zimbabwe court
There was much celebrating in Zimbabwe after a court freeded a detained pastor accused of trying to overthrow the government via an internet campaign.
Four million people face hunger from Zimbabwe drought
The number of people facing hunger in Zimbabwe due to drought has risen from three to four million, according to estimates. The UN children’s agency
Mugabe government to seize Zimbabwe's diamond operations
Just days after celebrating his 92nd birthday, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe says his successor must be chosen democratically and that his wife
State of disaster declared in drought-ridden Zimbabwe
A severe drought has hit Zimbabwe, leading President Robert Mugabe to declare a state of disaster in most rural parts of the country. The government
Eska: a voice to watch
Described by critics as one of the UK’s most promising voices, British singer-songwriter Eska has seen her self-titled debut album nominated for this
Carnival time in Zimbabwe
Thousands came out on the streets of Zimbabwe’s capital for the biggest party of the year – the annual Harare International Carnival. Sponsored by
No charges for US dentist who killed Cecil the African lion
Walter Palmer from the US who killed an African lion will not be charged. Officials in Zimbabwe said the dentist had obtained legal authority before
Cecil: Mugabe blames 'foreign vandals'
The fallout from the death of Cecil the Lion continues. It is being reported that Zimbabwe has lifted the temporary ban on big-game hunting brought
Cecil the Lion: Zimbabwe calls for extradition of killer US dentist
Pressure is mounting for the extradition to Zimbabwe of the American dentist who killed Cecil the Lion. As protesters and petitions demand action
Zimbabwe minister calls for extradition of US dentist who killed Cecil the Lion
American dentist and trophy hunter Walter Palmer should be extradited for killing a lion during an illegal hunt, Zimbabwe’s environment minister has
Cecil the lion: angry protesters gather outside Walter Palmer's office
The hunter has become the hunted… Dozens of protesters have gathered outside the office of American dentist Walter Palmer, who provoked international