Zimbabwean troops and police on Tuesday tightened the coronavirus lockdown in the capital Harare, blocking many cars and buses from entering the central business district as cases of infections increased.
Zimbabwe began a 21-day nationwide lockdown on Monday, following neighbour South Africa in implementing some of the world’s toughest anti-coronavirus measures likely to hurt an economy already suffering hyperinflation and food shortages.
As the economy of Zimbabwe struggles its president Emmerson Mnangagwa met this week with a group of entrepreneurs at State House in Harare to discuss a possible way out of the crisis. For more on the outcome of the meeting CNBC Africa is joined by an Entrepreneur Chad Chawanda, CEO of Size Chunk.
HARARE (Reuters) - Troops ordered shops to close and told people to leave the centre of Zimbabwe’s capital on Thursday, one day after three people were killed by soldiers sent in to...
Thousands of Zimbabweans in solidarity rally against Mugabe
Four tanks were seen heading towards the Zimbabwe capital Harare on Tuesday, witnesses said, a day after the head of the armed forces said he was prepared to “step in” to end...
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