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HEART-BREAKING: Robert Mugabe’s Letter To Black People – You Will Appreciate...

AFRICANGLOBE - My days on this earth are numbered, but I know that once I am gone, you and your children will never forget about me. I want you to understand that the reason I have stayed long in power, 36 years on, is because I want to empower all of you my fellow Black Zimbabweans. No other president in the entire continent of Africa has done what I have done for you.

Uganda, Zimbabwe, Eritrea Are Cool Places To Visit In 2019

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe, Eritrea, Uganda and South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province are the African destinations named in National Geographic Traveler’s ‘Cool list’ for 2019.

Zimbabwe Begins Construction Of New Parliament

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday laid the foundation stone for a huge new parliament. The building which is to be located on farmland north-west of the capital, Harare, will have a total floor area of 33,000 square metres.

A Year After: Are Some Zimbabweans Regretting The Removal Of Mugabe?

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwean businessman Munya Chihota's face lights up when he recalls taking part in a march last year with tens of thousands of people calling for then-president Robert Mugabe to step down. 

New Zimbabwean Govt Wants To Compensate White Farmers

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean government has set aside US$53 million towards compensation of former white farmers affected during the Land Reform Programme, Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has said.

‘Go And Hang On A Banana Tree’ Zimbabwe Tells American Critics

AFRICANGLOBE - U.S. critics of Zimbabwe‘s human rights record “can go and hang on a banana tree,” a Zimbabwean official said in comments published Tuesday, while he also indicated that the southern African country is watching the administration of President Donald Trump. On Monday, the U.S. Embassy expressed deep concern about what it called the “continuing deterioration” of human rights in Zimbabwe.

A Last Gift To White Supremacy: Obama Extends Sanctions On President...

AFRICANGLOBE - As a parting gift to white supremacy, outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama put beyond any doubt his abhorrence for President Robert Mugabe's government last Friday when his outgoing administration extended its sanctions against Zimbabwe by another year. Zimbabwe's foreign-funded opposition welcomed the development but a Zanu PF minister scorned the move, describing it as inconsequential from an Obama government nearing its end.

Remembering The Chimoio Attack, A Rhodesian Atrocity

AFRICANGLOBE - ON November 23 1977, the Rhodesia racist regime of Ian Douglas Smith attacked the Zanla military headquarters in Mozambique called Chimoio in a big air force operation they codenamed “Dingo”. Zanla themselves revenged that attack some months later by attacking Grand Reef Airbase outside Mutare, bombing the city of Mutare itself and hitting fire forces in the Mutoko area.

The Top 10 Places To Visit In Zimbabwe

Hwange National Park Biggest National Park in Zimbabwe (about the size of Belgium) It has 108 wildlife species, 470 bird species and one of the...

Chinese Company To Build $6bn Industrial Park In Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - Qingdao Hengshun Zhongsheng Group, a Chinese multi-billion dollar firm, is on the verge of starting work to set up an industrial park in Zimbabwe. And if all goes according to plan, work on the major investment project, that is set to change the Zimbabwean economy forever, will start taking shape next year.

Western Sanctions Are Crippling Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday said that the country’s efforts to achieve Agenda 2030 goals were being hampered by economic sanctions imposed by the West. President Robert Mugabe, noted in his address at the United Nations General Assembly that the 16 years of illegal sanctions are hurting the economy and constraining Zimbabwe’s ability to achieve Agenda 2030 goals.

Botswana: Ian Khama Should Shut Up On Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - There are two things that loom large when people discuss Botswana’s president Ian Khama in Zimbabwe: his maverick (if queer is not the word) nature and a particular knack for taking potshots at President Mugabe. Over the years, Khama has been calling for President Mugabe to step down, for the implied benefit of his pal Morgan Tsvangirai, and more to please the Americans, their mutual master.

Western Countries Funding Protests In Zimbabwe To Destabilize The Country

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe has accused Western countries of seeking to overthrow his government through violent protests that have rocked his country over the past weeks. Zimbabwe has seen a mounting tide of demonstrations in recent weeks, with protesters calling for the resignation of the veteran leader.

Zimbabwean Chemical Engineering Student Turns Plastic Into Diesel

AFRICANGLOBE - The innovative student engineer who stood out at the 57th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) has revealed that his innovation, if tried and tested, can be used to fuel millions of vehicles in Zimbabwe, and will also go a long way in ribbing the country of its plastic waste problem.

Remember They Said Zimbabwe Was The Poorest Country, Turns Out That’s...

AFRICANGLOBE - News media reported recently that Zimbabwe is the poorest country in the world after the Democratic Republic of Congo. Is Zimbabwe really the "second poorest country on earth"? Lets check the facts.

Zimbabwe Proposes Policy Shift To Land Rent

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean Government’s decision to make farmers pay rent and development levy for using the land is most welcome and will surely be a catalyst for a boon in production as farmers seriously begin to take farming as a business.