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Mugabe left $10 mln, a farm and two houses...

The $10 million (nine million euros) was in a foreign currency account with a local bank, the Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ), the report said.

Divided Zimbabwe bids farewell to Mugabe...

Mugabe, who died in Singapore aged 95, left Zimbabwe deeply divided over his legacy with the southern African country still struggling with high inflation...

PICTURES: When Mugabe visited Uganda

Zimbabwe’s first president had been battling ill health and passed away early Friday morning, according to multiple sources in the Africa country.

Zimbabweans wary of latest currency re-launch...

The new "Zimbabwe dollar" -- which does not yet exist in paper form -- is supposed to replace the US dollar and South African rand that the country has...

Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as president...

"I will protect and promote the rights of Zimbabweans so help me God,"Zimbabwe's Munangagwa.

Will investors be tempted back to 'new' Zimbabwe?...

Keen investors are daunted by the array of economic problems Zimbabwe faces as well as the possibility of more Mugabe-style repression.

Zimbabwe's Mugabe hopes his former party...

'I hope the choice or the voting which will be done tomorrow will thrust away the military form of government and bring us back to constitutionality'

Mugabe to hold press conference on eve of...

Zimbabwe goes to the polls on Monday in its first election since Mugabe was forced to resign last November after 37 years in power.

Zimbabwe parliament summons Mugabe on May...

Mugabe, now 94, ruled Zimbabwe from 1980 until he was ousted last year when the military took over briefly and his once-loyal ZANU-PF party lawmakers turned...

Zimbabwe elections expected early this year...

Mnangangwa is also open to international observers to oversee the election.

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