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  • 01:25 Zimbabwe's President Provides Legal Basis For Issuance Of Bond Notes

    Zimbabwe's President Provides Legal Basis For Issuance Of Bond Notes

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    President Robert Mugabe has issued regulations clearing the way for the issuance of 'bond notes.' The notes are a surrogate currency Zimbabwe's government hopes will ease a biting US dollar bank note shortage. President Mugabe used the Presidential Powers

  • 01:59 Zuma And Mugabe To Lauch Bi-National Commission

    Zuma And Mugabe To Lauch Bi-National Commission

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    South Africa's president Jacob Zuma is due to begin a state visit in Zimbabwe later today. He will meet with president Robert Mugabe on Thursday. President Zuma will be accompanied by several cabinet ministers and a high level business businessmen during

  • 03:18 Zuma Expected In Harare On Thursday

    Zuma Expected In Harare On Thursday

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    South African President Jacob Zuma is expected in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare on Thursday. Together with his hosting counterpart President Robert Mugabe, the two leaders will co-chair the Bi-National Commission, a high level bilateral cooperation framework

  • 00:34 President Mugabe Effects Law For Introduction Of New Currency

    President Mugabe Effects Law For Introduction Of New Currency

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    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has issued a decree clearing the way for the introduction of "bond notes" in the country. The idea has been a cause for concern since it was first announced with many fearing that it could be a back route for the introdu

  • 01:28 Countries Discuss Special Economic Zones In Harare

    Countries Discuss Special Economic Zones In Harare

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    President Robert Mugabe's given the go-ahead for a long-awaited Special Economic Zones Bill. The approval comes during a special visit by the Deputy Secretary General of the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission. President Mugabe has met with

  • 00:28 Zuma, Mugabe Look At Ways To Strengthen Ties

    Zuma, Mugabe Look At Ways To Strengthen Ties

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    Neighbours South Africa and Zimbabwea are to further strengthen ties with each other this week. South African President Jacob Zuma is travelling to Zimbabwe to attend the inaugural session of the Bi-National Commission. It was set up to foster stronger pa

  • 03:46 Walter Mzembi Criticises Bond Notes, Backs Use Of Rand In Zimbabwe

    Walter Mzembi Criticises Bond Notes, Backs Use Of Rand In Zimbabwe

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    Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi expresses his reservations about the use of Bond Notes and instead proposes that Zimbabwe adopts the South African Rand. Listen to his arguments.

  • 02:09 Zimbabwe Minerals And Tobacco Sales Boost Country's Exports By 25%

    Zimbabwe Minerals And Tobacco Sales Boost Country's Exports By 25%

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    Zimbabwe's exports jumped 25% in September buoyed by sales of its minerals and tobacco. The increase was reported in the latest statistics from the country's national statistics agency. CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya reports that this has been good news in a coun

  • 02:10 Minerals And Tobacco Sales Boost Zimbabwe's Exports By 25%

    Minerals And Tobacco Sales Boost Zimbabwe's Exports By 25%

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    Zimbabwe's exports jumped 25% in September buoyed by sales of its minerals and tobacco. The increase was reported in the latest statistics from the country's national statistics agency. CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya reports that this has been good news in a coun

  • 1:31:06 Gukurahundi: The Rain That Washes Away Chaff

    Gukurahundi: The Rain That Washes Away Chaff

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    Gukurahundi refers to the attempted genocide of the Ndebele by Robert Mugabe's Fifth Brigade soon after Zimbabwe gained independence. Beginning in January 1983, Mugabe waged a campaign of terror against the people in Matabeleland in the western part of th

  • 20:26 Lost Ancient Civilization of Great Zimbabwe

    Lost Ancient Civilization of Great Zimbabwe

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    Great Zimbabwe is a ruined city in the southeastern hills of Zimbabwe near Lake Mutirikwe and the town of Masvingo home of a lost ancient civilization. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe during the country's Late Iron Age. Construction on the m

  • 51:01 Great Zimbabwe - A History Denied

    Great Zimbabwe - A History Denied

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    Because the white settlers of Africa couldn't believe that natives were responsible for the once great kingdoms of Great Zimbabwe and the Swahili Coast, these ancient cultures were either credited to wandering Phoenicians, the Queen of Sheba or other whit

  • 00:20 Zimbabwe Offers Free Operations To End Fistula

    Zimbabwe Offers Free Operations To End Fistula

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    Chinhoyi Hospital in Zimbabwe's Mashonaland West Province is the first center to offer free surgeries to treat obstetric fistula, a condition caused by prolonged labor. Priscilla Mabhande is the Zimbabwe co-ordinator for Women & Health Alliance which has

  • 02:30 EU: Critical Reforms Needed In Zimbabwe

    EU: Critical Reforms Needed In Zimbabwe

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    European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Phillip van Damme, says the Zimbabwe government needs to fully implement the Lima Agreement in order to attract the required lines of credit to revitalize the ailing economy. He speaks with Nigel Mugamu of 263Chat. V

  • 04:31 Former Zimbabwe Cricket Captain Heath Streak Succeeds Whatmore As Coach

    Former Zimbabwe Cricket Captain Heath Streak Succeeds Whatmore As Coach

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    Former Zimbabwe cricket captain Heath Streak is the country's head coach. The 42-year-old was unveiled in Bulawayo this week after accepting a two-year contract. Streak succeeds Dave Whatmore who was sacked in June. He has coaching experience from previou

  • 00:39 Zimbabwe Working On Fighting Antimicrobial Resistance

    Zimbabwe Working On Fighting Antimicrobial Resistance

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    Authorities in Zimbabwe are busy boosting health systems in the country. More people across the world are becoming resistant to drugs, especially anti-biotics. Zimbabwe is embarking on a multi-discipline approach to help stop that in the country. That inc

  • 01:31 German Firm Declines To Print Notes For Zimbabwe Reserve Bank

    German Firm Declines To Print Notes For Zimbabwe Reserve Bank

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    A German firm has rejected Zimbabwe’s request to print bond notes. The notes are meant to help ease a cash crunch in the country, and are due to be introduced to the market next month. The government insists that plans are on course. Farai Mwakutuya has m

  • 01:53 Introduction Of Local Bank Notes Brings Uncertainty In Zimbabwe

    Introduction Of Local Bank Notes Brings Uncertainty In Zimbabwe

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    Zimbabwe’s fragile economic situation is sinking to even greater depths. That's amid indications that U.S. dollar denominations are disappearing from circulation. The government has planned to circulate local bond notes, with residents wary of yet another

  • 07:16 Zimbabwe Clears 15 Year Old Arrears With The IMF

    Zimbabwe Clears 15 Year Old Arrears With The IMF

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    Zimbabwe has cleared its 15-year-old financial arrears with the International Monetary Fund in a first step towards a new loan program. Zimbabwe settled obligations of about 107.9 million dollars by transferring part of its cash holdings at the IMF to the

  • 02:33 Mixed Reaction To The Introduction Of Bond Notes In Zimbabwe

    Mixed Reaction To The Introduction Of Bond Notes In Zimbabwe

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    Zimbabwe's fragile economy is once again battling cash shortages. Next month the country's Reserve Bank will be introducing bond notes to help alleviate the shortage. Many Zimbabweans are still reeling from the 500 B % inflation that plagued the southern

  • 02:29 Motorcycle Taxis Gain Popularity In Zimbabwe

    Motorcycle Taxis Gain Popularity In Zimbabwe

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    Motorcycles are the cheapest way to get around in cash-strapped Zimbabwe. They have traditionally been used for deliveries, but more and more locals are starting to use them for private transport. Farai Mwakutuya takes a look.

  • 01:13 Rural Community Members In Zimbabwe Team Up To Build Classrooms

    Rural Community Members In Zimbabwe Team Up To Build Classrooms

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    A rural community in Zimbabwe has been playing a key role in ensuring there's access to good learning facilities in the area. And as Leslie Mirungu reports, the initiative is going a long way to complementing the government's efforts to provide education

  • 02:52 Release Of Controversial Zimbabwe Bond Notes Pushed Back To November

    Release Of Controversial Zimbabwe Bond Notes Pushed Back To November

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    Zimbabwe’s central bank has shifted launch dates for local bond notes from October to November. The controversial notes have been the cause of heated debate, with some fearing they could trigger inflation last seen during the Zimbabwe dollar era. The gove

  • 01:56 Zimbabwe Mugabe Pushes For Cyber Crime Bill

    Zimbabwe Mugabe Pushes For Cyber Crime Bill

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    Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe wants parliamentarians to vote a controversial cyber crime bill into law in the interest of national security. It will give security officials the power to seize mobile phones and laptops of individuals the state believe

  • 02:12 Zimbabwe's Mugabe Says Govt Remains Committed To Eradicating Poverty

    Zimbabwe's Mugabe Says Govt Remains Committed To Eradicating Poverty

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    President Robert Mugabe has urged lawmakers in Zimbabwe to speed up passing of legislation that will ease economic hardships. Mugabe opened new parliamentary session, laying out the bills he expects MPs to bring to him for approval. Farai Mwakutuya has mo

  • 01:24 Zimbabwe Is Losing $1bn A Year To Corruption-Transparency International

    Zimbabwe Is Losing $1bn A Year To Corruption-Transparency International

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    Transparency International in a recent report said Zimbabwe loses about 1 billion US dollars in revenue every year mostly because of government officials who engage in corruption. The report which was released on Tuesday indicates that the resulting insti

  • 03:43 Zimbabwe Reporter Sheds Light On State Of Economy

    Zimbabwe Reporter Sheds Light On State Of Economy

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    Host Vincent Makori of VOA's Africa 54 TV program interviewed Zimbabwe Service reporter Marvelous Mhlanga-Nyahuye on the economy, following her interviews with Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya, who are both in Was

  • 01:41 Is The World's Best Dressed Street Vendor

    Is The World's Best Dressed Street Vendor

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    Farai Mushayademo is one of more than 100,000 vendors operating on the streets of Zimbabwe's capital Harare, but he has found a way to stand out from his rivals. When he sells water and other beverages to motorists, he dresses immaculately in suits he has

  • 01:16 Parents Leave Children in Drought Hit Area in Zmbabwe

    Parents Leave Children in Drought Hit Area in Zmbabwe

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    The Ndebele family has been waiting to hear from their main breadwinner for months; but nothing has been heard. The family is one of the many families living in Bulilima districts in the Matebeleland south province affected by a severe drought. Hundreds o

  • 03:36 South Africa Zimbabwe & Namibia Want Global Ivory Trade Ban Lifted

    South Africa Zimbabwe & Namibia Want Global Ivory Trade Ban Lifted

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    South Africa wants Ivory trade to be regulated and unregulated to be dealt with swiftly. South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia have submitted a proposal to CITES that would clear the way to re-opening the international trade in ivory and allow them to apply

  • 01:30 Zimbabwe Boosts Conservation Efforts At Key Reserve

    Zimbabwe Boosts Conservation Efforts At Key Reserve

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    In Zimbabwe, the country's Parks and Wildlife Authority is partnering with Germany's Frankfurt Zoological Society to increase conservation efforts at Gonarezhou National Park. The reserve is a part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Zimbabwe's wildl

  • 09:14 Zimbabwe Tourism Minister To Quit Ministerial Post After Securing Top UNWTO Job

    Zimbabwe Tourism Minister To Quit Ministerial Post After Securing Top UNWTO Job

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    Tourism Minister, Dr. Walter Mzembi, says he has informed President Robert Mugabe of his intention to leave his ministerial post if he secures the post of secretary general of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.

  • 02:23 Protests Will Never Change The Zimbabwe Government: Isaac Moyo

    Protests Will Never Change The Zimbabwe Government: Isaac Moyo

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    Zimbabwe's Ambassador to South Africa says despite the fact that Zimbabwe faces socio and economic difficulties, protests will never change the government. Ambassador Isaac Moyo says the government remains strong and in charge and that only elections will

  • 04:32 Zimbabwe Wants To Sell Its Ivory And Rhino Horns: Oppah Muchinguri

    Zimbabwe Wants To Sell Its Ivory And Rhino Horns: Oppah Muchinguri

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    Zimbabwe wants to be allowed to sell its ivory and rhino horns... It brought the proposal at the the 17th Convention of CITES is currently underway in Sandton, Johannesburg. More than three and a half thousand delegates from 183 countries are gathered to

  • 00:37 Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank To Set Up Diaspora Remittance System

    Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank To Set Up Diaspora Remittance System

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    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has engaged a central bank in the SADC region to help it set up a diaspora remittance system. It's estimated that about three million Zimbabweans work abroad, but don't use formal channels to send funds back home. If migration

  • 02:09 Free Medical Care Offered To Zimbabwe's Nyanga Residents

    Free Medical Care Offered To Zimbabwe's Nyanga Residents

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    Villagers in Nyanga area in Zimbabwe benefited from a free medical outreach programme recently. The program saw thousands of people receiving medical check-ups and medication for various ailments. Here's more on that story.

  • 01:34 Violence Erupts In Zimbabwe After Anti Mugabe Protest

    Violence Erupts In Zimbabwe After Anti Mugabe Protest

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    Zimbabwe's riot police have fired tear gas and beaten up opposition protesters in central Harare. The demonstrators were demanding urgent electoral reforms ahead of 2018 polls. The High Court had issued an order sanctioning the march to go ahead. It is pa

  • 01:01 No 'Arab Spring' In Zimbabwe, Mugabe Warns Protesters

    No 'Arab Spring' In Zimbabwe, Mugabe Warns Protesters

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    President Robert Mugabe has warned there will be no ‘Arab Spring’ in Zimbabwe after protests against his decades-long rule descended into violence on Friday. A so-called ‘mega demonstration’ was held in the capital Harare amid opponents’ outrage that the

  • 02:25 Zimbabwe 's Black Market Targets Women To Be Sold As Wives

    Zimbabwe 's Black Market Targets Women To Be Sold As Wives

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    Zimbabwe 's black market targets women to be sold as wives

  • 03:59 Zimbabwe Police Fire Tear Gas, Gunshots To Quell Harare Protests

    Zimbabwe Police Fire Tear Gas, Gunshots To Quell Harare Protests

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    Zimbabwe police have fired tear gas, water cannons and gunshots to stop hundreds of youths protesting against police brutality in the capital, Harare. Police and protesters fought running battles downtown Wednesday. Police fired water cannons and gunshots

  • 04:59 Zimbabwe Political Parties Leaders Expected To Lead A Protest On Friday

    Zimbabwe Political Parties Leaders Expected To Lead A Protest On Friday

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    Leaders from 18 political parties in Zimbabwe are expected to lead a demonstration tomorrow to force President Robert Mugabe to implement electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 vote. The march is expected to draw thousands of supporters. Morgan Tsvangirai of

  • 00:59 Zimbabwe To Host Inaugural China-Africa Tourism Conference

    Zimbabwe To Host Inaugural China-Africa Tourism Conference

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    Zimbabwe aims to position itself as one of China's preferred destinations by hosting the first Sino-African Tourism Conference. The event will include representatives from different African countries, tourism organisations, Chinese embassies and the UN Wo

  • 01:30 Zimbabwe Seeks To Maximise Gains From Diamond Reserves

    Zimbabwe Seeks To Maximise Gains From Diamond Reserves

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    Zimbabwe government has laid down plans to maximise its diamond production, in a bid to boost government revenue. The southern African country is home to nearly a quarter of the world's diamond reserves, but hasn't been earning much from the valuable reso

  • 03:06 Zimbabwe - Police Break Up Anti-government Protest

    Zimbabwe - Police Break Up Anti-government Protest

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    Zimbabwean police broke up an anti-government protest in the capital, Harare, on Wednesday. Hundreds of people hurried for cover as baton-wielding police moved in to disperse activists who were marching to the country's reserve bank to protest a currency

  • 02:30 Zimbabwe's Ex-central Bank Governor Haunted By Poor Decisions

    Zimbabwe's Ex-central Bank Governor Haunted By Poor Decisions

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    Zimbabwe's former Central Bank Governor, Dr. Gideon Gono seems to have fallen on hard times. His up market residence is set to go under the hammer to settle a $1.3 million debt owed to a local car dealer over a bill of unpaid vehicles. The debt problems a

  • 05:36 Trevor Ncube On CNN Talks Aobut His Support for #Thisflag movement

    Trevor Ncube On CNN Talks Aobut His Support for #Thisflag movement

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    Trevor Ncube on CNN's #Amanpour #ThisFlag Interview on #Mugabe's #Zimbabwe

  • 02:02 Activist Offering Flowers Beaten By Zimbabwe Police

    Activist Offering Flowers Beaten By Zimbabwe Police

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    After being beaten by Zimbabwe police as he offered them flowers, activist Stan Zvorwadza said: "I can't stand properly, but I will continue to stand for my right". Report by Nikhita Chulani.

  • 06:37 How A Zimbabwean Orphan Was Sold To Be A Wife

    How A Zimbabwean Orphan Was Sold To Be A Wife

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    A Sky News investigation has revealed a big spike in the number of people being smuggled into South Africa from Zimbabwe. Smugglers are forcing women into prostitution or selling them off to pay for their crossing out of Zimbabwe.

  • 02:00 Zimbabwe Drivers To Undergo Periodic Tests To Reduce Accidents

    Zimbabwe Drivers To Undergo Periodic Tests To Reduce Accidents

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    In Zimbabwe, a Parliamentary committee on transport and infrastructure is recommending that motorists undergo periodic tests to assess their competency. It's part of measures to reduce the carnage on the country's roads. Currently only drivers of public s

  • 00:49 Zimbabwe To Only Issue Mining Rights To Listed Companies

    Zimbabwe To Only Issue Mining Rights To Listed Companies

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    Zimbabwe will only issue mining rights to companies listed on the local stock exchange and will not allow the export of raw minerals without ministerial approval. According newly proposed laws, holders of mining rights would also be required to use banks