Zimbabwe's Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo meanwhile expressed hopes that US president-elect, Donald Trump, would rebuild ties with Harare.
Typhoid is a notifiable disease. This allows the origin of cases to be investigated and for authorities to be alerted if there is an increase in cases
Zimbabwe like many other post-colonial governments across the globe continues to struggle to attain equitable land reform.
The opposition is trying to build a coalition as President Robert Mugabe’s divide-and-rule tactics split Zanu-PF.
Mugabe has been dealing with "fake news" since way before Zimbabwe's tough AIPPA press laws were signed into effect in 2002
Governments need to develop health equity surveillance systems to overcome the current lack of data.
Practically all the info on the bond notes has been dodgy, misleading or illogical.
The Avenues Clinic seems to be the great leveller, treating anti-President Robert Mugabe political activists and staunch supporters alike.
The ruling party has been recruiting soldiers. Meanwhile, a report has warned that Zimbabwe is entering a period of acute risk for mass atrocities.
So who is Robert Mugabe and how has he held onto power for so long?
Zimbabweans want the president to go, given his legacy of institutional and economic collapse.
The timing of President Zuma’s visit to Zimbabwe could be useful for South Africa to support a constructive and inclusive way forward.
In a move analysts have called "unconstitutional", President Robert Mugabe has effectively declared the unpopular bond notes legal tender.
Long-serving rulers who have faced U.S. criticism in the past are already using Trump's remarks to counter Washington's pro-democracy message.
MDC spokesperson Obert Gutu said that the Zimbabwe Anti–Corruption Commission should be allowed to stick to its constitutional mandate.
The Zimbabwe government’s imminent plans to introduce bond notes by the end of this month seems to be hitting a snag.
Some countries, including Malawi said the continent could not afford to leave the international court.
Did Zanu-PF "allow" itself to lose the seat to lull the opposition into a false sense of security?
Zimbabwe’s potential return to its own currency has not been met with open arms