Prez Mugabe's exit brings hope to Zimbabwe's ousted white farmers
The new Emmerson Mnangagwa-led regime is expected to resuscitate a once vibrant agricultural sector boosting an economy once seen as one of Africa's great hopes.
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Through early morning tweets, Trump unpicks the achievements of his Democrat predecessor, Barack Obama. He pulls out of several international agreements: on climate, free trade, immigration and UNESCO.
Zimbabwe's new leader begins journey to key 2018 election
The southern African nation also plans to amend an unpopular, Mugabe-backed indigen...
Zimbabwe judge says military action against Mugabe was legal
The military stepped in almost two weeks ago after Mugabe's firing of deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa amid fears that Mugabe's wife was positioning herself to take power.
Mugabe granted immunity, assured of safety in Zimbabwe -sources
Mugabe, who had led Zimbabwe from independence in 1980, stepped down on Tuesday after the army seized power and the ruling party turned against him.
Zimbabwe's new president Mnangagwa vows job creation
"Our economic policy will be directed for job, job, job creation," said Mnangagwa to cheers from the crowd of 60,000 who witnessed his inauguration today.
Robert Mugabe not to attend Art of Living cultural festival
The Art of Living foundation's culture festival has suffered another blow with Zimbabwe President pulling out of the event due to security and protocol issues.
Calls mount in Zimbabwe's ruling party for Mugabe to resign
As per the report, the provinces proposed that former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa be reinstated back in the party and the government.
Kosovan leader needs to reconsider ties
At least the ones around his neck; an Indian jacket could be the alternative
Zimbabwe calm but tense as Mugabe is urged to go peacefully
Regional officials are meeting on the crisis as civil society groups and churches in Zimbabwe issue appeals for calm.
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It’s a “great opportunity” to invest in Zimbabwe as he expects the market to be opened up and forex reserves to rise after the toppling of former president Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe military deny takeover in state TV address
"We wish to assure the nation that his excellency the president... and his family are safe and sound and their security is guaranteed.
Indians in Zimbabwe safe after unrest: Embassy
Zimbabwe's army took control of the country and said it had President Robert Mugabe and his wife in custody.
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