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Two Zim journalists won a victory for free speech when a statute which made defamation a crime was struck off.
Zimbabwe contributes the greatest number of immigrants to South Africa, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has warned black farmers who benefited from his controversial land reforms against giving land back to whites.
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Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe says white people may own industries and companies - but not land in his country.
Britain's electronic eavesdropping centre GCHQ faces legal action from seven internet service providers over alleged spying.
Academic Ibbo Mandaza says the MDC is “washed up” and Zimbabweans must work with Zanu-PF to rebuild the nation.
Activists say hundreds of old laws in Zimbabwe need to be changed to conform with the nation's 1-year-old constitution.
Edmund Kudzayi, the newly appointed editor of the state-controlled Sunday Mail in Zimbabwe, has handed himself over to police.
Zimbabwe police arrested the editor of a state-owned newspaper, a colleague said, highlighting bitter rivalries within the ruling party.
Zimbabwe’s top court has scrapped a criminal defamation law that local journalists said was used to restrict the freedom of the press.
The European Investment Bank is considering funding private businesses in Zimbabwe despite Harare's $300 million debt to the institution.
Seven miners plunged to their death in a gold mine in Zimbabwe and more were injured when an elevator transporting the workers snapped.
Children as young as 10 have been allocated land seized from white farmers in Zimbabwe, according to an audit.
Zimbabwe's cabinet has ordered that a controversial equity law which forces foreign companies to cede a majority shareholding to local investors be amended.
The fate of Zimbabweans in South Africa with documents acquired through the special dispensation is yet to be decided, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said.
Zimbabwe will tone down a controversial law which forces foreign companies to cede a majority shareholding to locals.
A mostly white farmers' group in Zimbabwe is mourning a farmer and his daughter who died after a farm assault.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is back home after another “routine” medical examination in Singapore.
Permits issued to Zimbabweans under a special dispensation will expire in December this year, the department of home affairs said.
Rogue policemen in Zimbabwe are smashing the windows of taxis whose owner refuse to pay bribes.
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