Map. History of Zimbabwe conflict

19 March 2019
A cyclone that ripped across Mozambique and Zimbabwe has killed at least 162 people with scores more missing and caused massive and horrifying destruction in the Mozambican city of Beira, authorities and the Red Cross say CycloneIdai21 hour ago
A cyclone that ripped across Mozambique and Zimbabwe has killed at least 162 people with scores more missing and caused "massive and horrifying" destruction in the Mozambican city of Beira, authorities and the Red Cross say #CycloneIdai
Beitbridge East: MP Cde Albert Nguluvhe visits flash floods victims in ward 4 urban (Dulivhadzimo). 844 people among them 300 children living in a low lying area near Dulivhadzimo bus terminus were affected by flash floods at the weekend.
Mnangagwa denies rift with deputy Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa dismissed rumours of a rift with his deputy.
Man beaten by soldiers in Mutare dies from injuries: doctors1 month ago
Man beaten by soldiers in Mutare dies from injuries: doctors
Violent crackdown by new govt worse than Mugabe: Chamisa
Lawyers in Zimbabwe protest the alleged denial of justice for hundreds held in a violent government crackdown.
Former Zanu-PF Mashonaland Central provincial chairman Itai Dickson Mafios has been convicted of inciting people in Bindura to join the violent MDC Alliance led protests that rocked the country a fortnight ago.
Fire destroys Beitbridge exports warehouse
MDC Alliance leader @nelsonchamisa arrives at Tuku Funeral in Norton
Zimbabwe's government orders 'total internet shutdown' amid violent crackdown on people protesting dramatic fuel price increases.
Sources confirm @PastorEvanLive charged with incitement to public violence at Harare Central Police. Massive overcrowding due to number of arrests, leading to huge delays in processing. Some of those arrested have been in jail with nothing to eat since Monday.
Leading Zimbabwean activist Evan Mawarire is detained by police in a widening crackdown after anti-government protests
Mthwakazi Republic Party Bulawayo Provincial Secretary Henry Dube has been assaulted and shot on the head at his home at Cowdry Park in Bulawayo.
The @EFFSouthAfrica has blasted Mnangagwa for using the military to respond to protesting, armless and defenceless citizens. The EFF added that, To unleash the military is to treat citizens as enemies of the state, who must be met with excessive violence, force and death.2 month ago
The @EFFSouthAfrica has blasted Mnangagwa for using the military "to respond to protesting, armless and defenceless citizens". The EFF added that, "To unleash the military is to treat citizens as enemies of the state, who must be met with excessive violence, force and death."
Strive Masiyiwa has posted on Facebook an ⁦@econetzimbabwe⁩ statement that suspension of internet services to all their customers in Zimbabwe was in compliance to a directive in terms of the law, from Office of President and Cabinet.
You won a convincing victory in the election fairly recently. The people of your country expect effective work. We are ready to do our utmost to make sure that cooperation between our countries benefits our countries, our peoples..  - Putin2 month ago
"You won a convincing victory in the election fairly recently. The people of your country expect effective work. We are ready to do our utmost to make sure that cooperation between our countries benefits our countries, our peoples.." - Putin
After a day of deadly protests, Zimbabwe's government promises public workers a living allowance while it negotiates with unions which called a three-day strike
Zimbabwe helicopter fire teargas to disperse protesters in Harare township: Reuters
2 month ago
Zimbabwe says it may need Russia to help modernise its army, while its citizens protest against bread prices
Zimbabwean soldiers deploy to areas in capital Harare where police are clashing with protesters over fuel hikes
2 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 5.5 - 53km SSE of Chipinge, Zimbabwe
The NPA has issued an arrest warrant for former Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe.
Zimbabwe presidential inquiry says army, police responsible for killing 6 protesters in post-election violence.
2 buses collide head-on in northeast Zimbabwe, killing at least 47 people, police say - The Herald
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