Robert Mugabe

in this file photo taken Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006, illegal miners dig for diamonds in Marange, Zimbabwe. The wealth enjoyed by just a few comes, at least in part, from the vast Marange diamond field that was exposed by an earth tremor in 2006. The Marange deposit is the biggest diamond field found in Africa for a century, estimated to be worth some billions of dollars, but as most Zimbabweans remain mired in poverty, questions are being asked about where all the money went and who benefited. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, FILE)

Zimbabwe diamonds: Where has all the money gone?

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Despite living in an impoverished country under sanctions, some in Zimbabwe seem awash in money, judging by the Mercedes-Benzes parked at a country club and the private woodland estate with artificial […]

10/17/2013

Zimbabwe: Bulawayo urges all to flush together

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – Bulawayo city officials Monday urged all residents to join the “big flush” to help Zimbabwe’s second city clear toilet waste that accumulated in sewers during days of water outages. Bulawayo city […]

09/24/2012