Cyclone hits Zimbabwe and Mozambique
Cyclone Idai has had a massive and horrifying impact on Mozambique and Zimbabwe. It made landfall on Thursday with winds of up to 177 km/h (106 mph), but aid teams only reached Beira on Sunday.
Zimbabwe's Brave Ones: The world's first all-female anti-poaching unit
Zimbabwe's Brave Ones: The world's first all-female anti-poaching unit.
Botswana extends credit line to Zimbabwe
Diamond-rich Botswana has offered to lend neighboring Zimbabwe $95 million in private sector loans to help ease its economic crisis. It's rare for an African country to offer such a deal.
Zimbabwe gets a new currency
The central bank in Zimbabwe has launched a new, devalued currency to combat a cash shortage.
Zimbabwe's lawyers march for rule of law to be respected after arrests
Zimbabwe's lawyers march for rule of law to be respected after arrests.
Zimbabwe's president guilty of 'gross human rights abuses,' says opposition
Opposition figure Tendai Biti says President Emmerson Mnangagwa is to blame for the alleged human rights abuses being carried out against people in Zimbabwe. In an interview with DW, he urged the UN to intervene.
Zimbabwe court rules government to restore full internet access
Zimbabwe court rules government to restore full internet access.
Zimbabwe court says internet shutdown illegal as more civilians detained
Zimbabwe's government exceeded its mandate in ordering an internet blackout during civilian protests last week, a court ruled on Monday (January 21), as authorities pressed on with rounding up opposition figures blamed for the unrest.