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Gunfire, tanks and injuries in Harare as Zim election turns violent
Gunfire, tanks and injuries in Harare as Zim election turns violent
Just hours after international observers praised a “peaceful” electoral process, violent scenes erupted in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare.
High turnout, high expectations as Zimbabwe votes
High turnout, high expectations as Zimbabwe votes
Harare — Polling stations opened at 7am across Zimbabwe this morning, with voting expected to close at 7pm. 
Parliament lets Mugabe off the hook
Parliament lets Mugabe off the hook
Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe has been let off the hook after the country’s parliament said he must be recused from appearing...
Keeping the faith
Keeping the faith
I work with words. Words allow me to give voice and character to the world around me. But words are shysters. They change and grow or shrink...
Kisimusi is’fikile. Mari yako chete
Kisimusi is’fikile. Mari yako chete
In monetary terms the journey to Harare is easily quantified.
Zimbabweans jubilant during 'Mugabe must go' march
Zimbabweans jubilant during 'Mugabe must go' march
Tens of thousands of overjoyed protesters flooded Zimbabwe's streets Saturday celebrating President Robert Mugabe's slipping power on the eve of crunch talks with the military to determine...
Small-small survival vs living large
Small-small survival vs living large
As I get into the taxi taking me from my guesthouse in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare to the launch of “a premium multibrand retail store”, the...
[Video]Unemployed Zimbabweans turn to unusual money-making projects
[Video]Unemployed Zimbabweans turn to unusual money-making projects
Two unemployed Zimbabweans are earning a living by helping piggyback people cross the Mukuvisi River in the industrial area of Harare.
Congress risks being more about flattery than finance
Congress risks being more about flattery than finance
A huge billboard has been erected at Zanu-PF's headquarters along the Harare-Bulawayo highway to display the theme of the conference: "Zim...
The spectre of another outbreak of cholera haunts Harare
The spectre of another outbreak of cholera haunts Harare
Five years after more than 4 000 people died during a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, Human Rights Watch says the city...
Zimbabwe's changing spaces
Zimbabwe's changing spaces
At Joina City, central Harare's prime mall, its four floors full of shops are bustling with shoppers hopping though trendy stores, but only...
Who moved my country?
Who moved my country?
"There is that Satanist ‘church'. Look, it doesn't have a cross on it," Aunty snorted derisively, her voice full of concern...

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