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Zimbabwe: Cattle Shortage Leaves Fields Unploughed As Rains Fall

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Mpudzi -Rains have returned but after losing their animals to drought, many farmers now face ploughing their fields by hand
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Zimbabwe: We Won't Repay Mugabe Loans - Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] THE opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) has warned that Zimbabwe, post-President Robert Mugabe, will refuse to pay loans currently being extended to the veteran leader's "corrupt..
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News video: Zimbabwe's new bank note fuels concern

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Zimbabwe launches a new bank note that the authorities hope will ease a severe cash crunch, but critics fear it will erase their savings. Ciara Lee reports.
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News video: Zimbabwe introduces new note amid scepticism

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Authorities hope that issuing $10 million of 'bond notes' will ease Zimbabwe's severe cash crunch, but critics believe it will hit their savings.
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Zimbabwe: 'ARVs Reduce HIV Transmission By 50%'

[The Herald] OVER half of HIV-positive people in Zimbabwe taking anti-retroviral drugs have lesser chances of transmitting the virus to their partners, a survey has revealed.The study, officially known..
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Zimbabwe: Elections Body Prepares For 2018 Polls

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has started preparations for the 2018 harmonised elections by submitting its election budget to Treasury for consideration ahead of the 2017 national..
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Zimbabwe: Hailstorm Destroys Crops

[The Herald] Patrick Chitumba -FARMERS at Sherwood Block, Kwekwe, lost about 350 hectares of crops following a hailstorm that hit the area on Sunday afternoon. The block in which Vice President..
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News24.com | WATCH: Blues-loving cockatoo is a star

Casper the cockatoo from Zimbabwe may be 20 years old - but he loves nothing better than a good old boogey to the blues.
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Zimbabwe: Mugabe Refuses to Bend Indigenisation Law For The Chinese

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe refused to bend the indigenisation policy in favour of the Chinese who wanted a 65 percent stake at the Kamativi Tin Mine, minister Walter Chidhakwa has revealed.
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Zimbabwe: Jamaican Musician Jah Cure Ecstatic About Tour

[The Herald] Jamaican musician Jah Cure, who is expected to perform in Zimbabwe on December 16, is ecstatic to be able to make the trip after several postponements of the tour over the past years...
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Zimbabwe: Petrol Bomb Victims Die

[New Zimbabwe] Two women who were last Friday allegedly petrol bombed by a Gweru man following a misunderstanding with his estranged lover have both succumbed to their injuries.
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News24.com | Mugabe appeals for calm amid economic crisis

Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe has appealed for calm as his government battles to contain a debilitating economic crisis.
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Zimbabwe's new currency, introduced on Monday, is already losing value

Police clashed with protesters against the new 'bond notes' in Harare on Wednesday, amid reports vendors are already demanding more than the currency's 1 - $1 face value
Independent

Zimbabwe bond notes: Could new currency spell disaster?

zimbabwe bond notes: could new currency spell disaster?
Zimbabwe has started rolling out a new currency - but will it solve the country's cash crunch?
BBC News

Why is Zimbabwe rolling out bond notes?

why is zimbabwe rolling out bond notes?
Zimbabwe has started rolling out a new currency - but will it solve the country's cash crunch?
BBC News

Zimbabwe launches new currency to ease cash crunch

Bank customers queue for dollars amid fears bond notes will spark hyperinflation
FT.com

Zimbabwe note launch stokes currency fears

zimbabwe note launch stokes currency fears
Zimbabwe's launch of new notes is raising fears of a return to the local dollar, which was abandoned seven years ago.
BBC News

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