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Zimbabwe on the edge
“Zimbabwe on the edge.” “Crisis in Zimbabwe.” “De facto state of emergency in Zimbabwe.” These are not my words but the banner headlines on South African television news channels this week.

ZIMBABWEAN LIVES MATTER PROTEST OUTSIDE ZIMBABWEAN PRETORIA EMBASSY
A gallery of photos taken outside the Zimbabwean embassy in Pretoria by Eye Witness News

Hundreds of military troops and police clamped down on an anti-government protest this Friday. Scores were arrested. The planned demonstration was against corruption and economic hardship amid skyrocketing inflation. President Emmerson Mnangagwa's…

Zimbabwe’s cabinet has approved recommendations for legislation and a code of conduct to be put in place to regulate the operations and conduct of all political parties, and that campaigning against one’s country shall be legislated at law and…

Zimbabwean Assets have been stripped and disposed of
The Zimbabwe Mining Dvelopment Corporation owned 21 Gold Mines.Regime without respect to the law&country s asset disposal laws has sold many to Belarus&5 to #Sakunda Asset stripping under Emmerson is unprecedented.All mining transactions must be…

South African Envoys to Zimbabwe
The envoys sent by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, refused to see opposition parties and activists, they only had a meeting with ED.

SA's biggest trade union Numsa has blasted Pretoria over its silence on the on-going crackdown by the Zimbabwean government on its citizens.

This comes after mass protests over hyperinflation and other socio-economic woes in the troubled southern…

Benjamin Dube lambastes Zim government: Serve your people, don’t prey on them
Veteran gospel star Benjamin Dube has joined the chorus of outrage at the reported crackdown on anti-corruption protests in Zimbabwe, urging the nation’s government to stop preying on their citizens.

Zimbabwe made headlines across the globe last…

Envoys fail to meet opposition amid Zimbabwe crisis
Special envoys sent by South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa in response to the crisis in neighbouring Zimbabwe cancelled their meeting with the opposition after they met with President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The two envoys were sent last week…

What crisis in Zimbabwe?
BREAKING- ZANU PF has denied the South African envoy sent by
@PresidencyZA
the chance to meet any group in Zimbabwe including the opposition saying there is no crisis in Zimbabwe. #ZimbabweanLivesMatter
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