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Zimbabwe Army vows neutrality in election
Zimbabwe's military vowed on Wednesday to stay neutral in upcoming elections, dismissing suggestions it would deploy service personnel to influence national polls scheduled for July 30.
Iranian films participating in Zimbabwe Int’l Female Film Festival
The 17th Zimbabwe International Women Film Festival will be held in September with the participation of seven Iranian films.
Zimbabwe president survives explosion rocking stadium during presidential rally
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa has survived an explosion that rocked a stadium where he was addressing a rally, his spokesman says.
Zimbabwe, China sign $1b MoU for setting up steel plant
Zimbabwe and China signed a $1-billion Memorandum of understanding (MoU) for establishing a steel plant that can produce up to two million tons of steel per annum.
Zimbabwe urges energy cooperation with Iran
Zimbabwe has called for cooperation and investment by Iranian companies in the fields of energy and information technology.
Thousands of Zimbabwe nurses call off walkout
Thousands of Zimbabwe nurses who were sacked after they went on strike for better wages have been told to return to work by their union, in a bid to allow fresh negotiations with the government.
Iran, Zimbabwe to strengthen trade relations
Trade between Zimbabwe and Iran are set to improve under the new government led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, said Iran's ambassador to Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe ruling party fires 11 MPs allied to ex-president Mugabe
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF Party has fired from parliament 11 allies of former leader Robert Mugabe, as President Emmerson Mnangagwa reportedly continues a purge of officials that publicly supported his old boss and wife, Grace.
Former Zimbabwe ministers loyal to Mugabe charged with corruption
Two former Zimbabwean cabinet ministers who served under ex-president Robert Mugabe have been charged with corruption, their lawyers said on Saturday, the latest sign of a crackdown on officials loyal to Mugabe.
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa rules out forming coalition government
Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa ruled out forming a coalition government after visiting opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Friday.
A guide to Africa's key markets in 2018
from Angola to Zimbabwe
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Zimbabwe gives ousted president retirement package
Zimbabwe's ousted president Robert Mugabe will get a residence, a car fleet and private air travel as part of a new government-funded retirement package for former leaders, state media reported Thursday.
Former Zimbabwe army boss Chiwenga sworn in as vice president
Recently retired army chief Constantino Chiwenga, who led a de facto coup last month that ended Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule, was installed as Zimbabwe’s vice president in Harare on Thursday.
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa appoints former army boss as party VP
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa appointed retired army boss Constantino Chiwenga and veteran politician Kembo Mohadi as the ruling party’s vice presidents, a spokesperson said on Saturday.
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa gives key cabinet jobs to military figures
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa named his cabinet, appointing senior military figures to high-profile positions.

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