Passengers shoved into the wrong coaches in Newtown bus war

Mayhem as touts jostle for Zimbabwe-bound trade


News | 30 November 2016

Harare sex workers beat the cash crunch

Customers pay online


News | 29 November 2016

Long jail terms for mocking Zimbabwe’s new currency

Parliament rushes through law in anticipation of bond note introduction


Brief | 24 November 2016

Zimbabweans rush to stockpile food ahead of new currency

Fears of runaway inflation


News | 17 October 2016

Dodging teargas in Zimbabwe’s riot-torn capital

Throw your stilettos at police, urges WhatsApp message


News | 31 August 2016

Zimbabweans march through PE demanding that Mugabe must go

More protests like this needed, says #Tajamuka spokesperson


News | 22 August 2016

Zimbabwe is desperate - an eyewitness account

Mugabe has failed us


Opinion | 19 August 2016

Why another book on Thabo Mbeki?

Mahmood Mamdani and others have written a 500 page praise-song


Opinion | 2 August 2016

Zimbabweans in South Africa protest against Mugabe

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Zimbabwean embassy in Pretoria and the consulate in Cape Town today

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News | 14 July 2016

Uncertainty over Zimbabwean import ban

Many rely on South Africa’s cheaper groceries and goods

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News | 11 July 2016

Zimbabweans make thriving farm on abandoned land

Land-owner on N7 bet them that it was unprofitable


News | 4 May 2016

Happy ending for banned Zimbabwean

Home Affairs allows her back into South Africa


Brief | 30 March 2016

Zimbabwean woman banned despite minister’s promise

A woman finds herself unable to re-enter South Africa even though she has the correct permit


News | 5 February 2016

What now for Zimbabweans?

89-year-old President Robert Mugabe, who has been in power since Zimbabwe gained its independence in 1980, is set to lead the country for yet another five years.

Tariro Washinyira, Mpho Mabhena and GroundUp Staff

News | 6 August 2013

Free and Fair elections

Five years after violence marred the last elections, Zimbabweans are to take to the polls on the 31 July. The question is: will it be a free and fair election?

Nwabisa Pondoyi

Brief | 31 July 2013