Zimbabwe: Not Govt Duty Alone to Build Dams, Says Minister
The government has no obligation to construct dams in the country as it is not the ultimate beneficiary of such projects, a minister said Tuesday. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Man Uses Tyre Tube for Fishing - Drowns
A 34-year-old man drowned recently after a tyre tube he was using to navigate a local dam's waters, deflated. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Mugabe in New York for Summit On Oceans
President Robert Mugabe has arrived in New York for a summit on oceans, the state media reports. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Drunken Mates Fight Aboard Canoe, Drown
A quarrel over the control of a canoe among three friends recently ended tragically as two of them drowned when their vessel capsized in a dam here, police have said. Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Tokwe Mukosi Flood Victims to Get Compensation Before Elections'
GOVERNMENT will finally pay off villagers displaced by the Tokwe Mukosi Dam in Chivi before the next year's general elections, Masvingo provincial affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Bridge Collapse Creates Health Time Bomb
THE influx of scores of touts and food vendors at the collapsed Nkankezi Bridge in Filabusi, Matebeleland South, has created a health time bomb and stoked other serious social… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Bodies Retrieved After Two Drown
TWO people who went missing when a truck they were travelling in was swept by a flooded river near St Luke's in Lupane have been confirmed dead after their bodies were retrieved… Read more »
January 25, 2016
Zimbabwe: 'Dams About Half Full Signalling Water Crisis'
The country's major dams are about half full and supplies won't last through the start of the next rainy season in October, Water Minister Oppah Muchingurihas warned. Read more »
AllAfrica publishes around 800 reports a day from more than 140 news organizations and over 500 other institutions and individuals, representing a diversity of positions on every topic. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct.