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Vendor turns to traditional opaque beer for a living

A youthful vendor is making brisk business selling traditional opaque beer at Chitubu Business Centre in Glen Norah, Harare. The vendor, who identified himself as...

Zimbabwe minerals rake in US$410m

HARARE – Zimbabwe earned US$410 million in mineral exports in the first two months of the year, signifying a 36 percent jump compared to...

Hailstorms destroy property

One of the pictures doing the rounds on social media Hailstorms that swept over some parts of Mutasa and Nyanga districts since Tuesday left...

Zimbabwe triple threat: Coronavirus, food shortages, and economic meltdown

Food distribution in the Mutoko rural area of Zimbabwe in March.Credit...Jekesai Njikizana/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images HARARE – Some restrictions of a 21-day lockdown...

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