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Zimbabwe opposition leader charged over post-election violence

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Zimbabwe's former finance minister and opposition leader Tendai Biti appeared in court on Thursday to be charged with stoking post-election violence in...

Top Zimbabwe opposition politician arrested

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Former Zimabwean finance minister and opposition politician Tendai Biti was detained by police as he tried to cross the border and seek...

Zimbabwe sees 7% growth, rues $6.2 bln debt

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Zimbabwe's economy should grow faster than expected this year thanks to $1 billion in foreign investments and some expected donor aid, but...

Zimbabwe funds subject to arrears clearance: IMF

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International Monetary Fund financing to Zimbabwe remained subject to the clearing of arrears and further reforms in the fragile economy, the Fund...

Zimbabwe struggles to attract foreign aid: Biti

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Zimbabwe will have to rely on its own resources to revive its economy because foreign donors are unlikely to provide nearly enough...

West ready to cancel Zimbabwe debt: Biti

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Western donors are ready to cancel Zimbabwe's $6 billion foreign debt, Finance Minister Tendai Biti said, adding that the lenders were waiting...

IMF restores Zimbabwe voting rights

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International Monetary Fund member countries agreed unanimously last week to restore Zimbabwe's voting rights after a seven-year suspension, a step toward normalizing...

IMF to decide on Zimbabwe’s voting rights

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The International Monetary Fund will decide later this month whether to restore Zimbabwe's voting rights in the Fund, Finance Minister Tendai Biti...

Zimbabwe seeks HIPC status for debt relief: minister

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Zimbabwe will seek highly indebted poor country status to have its $6 billion international debt cancelled to help spur economic growth, Finance...

Zimbabwe’s economy slowly gaining track

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Zimbabwe's battered economy is on track to expand for the first time in a decade this year and to grow by 7%...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...