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Out of Africa

Migration from Zimbabwe has taken place mostly in three major phases. The first was soon after Zimbabwean independence in 1980, when white Rhodesians left the …

Zimbabwe: The case of the invisible company

As the economy struggles, the Central Bank reports losing $500 million to tax havens in 2015 alone. And at platinum mining firm, Zimplats, implicated in the Mossack Fonseca leaks, they can’t find one of their consultants. Ray Choto has the story.

Mujuru’s fight-back: A new dawn for the opposition?

With wealthy backers behind her, cautious Western interest and growing factionalism within Zanu-PF over the Mugabe succession, former VP Joice Mujuru’s new Zimbabwe People First party may present a formidable challenge to the ruling party. By Tichaona Zindoga in Harare.

Zimbabwe: the Mugabe ‘succession’

President Robert Mugabe has always maintained that when the time comes, Zanu-PF will elect his successor. But he has shied away from announcing an heir.