2009 in Zimbabwe
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- President: Robert Mugabe
- Prime Minister: Morgan Tsvangirai
- First Vice President: Joice Mujuru
- Second Vice President: Joseph Msika (until 4 August), John Nkomo (starting 23 December)
- January 29 - Zimbabwe allows the use of foreign currencies alongside its dollar.
- January 31 - Movement for Democratic Change President Morgan Tsvangirai agrees to become Zimbabwe's Prime Minister on February 11 in a deal with President Robert Mugabe.
<<Susan Tsvanerai (nee Mhundwa) wife of Morgan Tsvangerai dies in an automobile accident and the Robert Mugabe government is suspected of involvement or attempts to cover up the facts surrounding the event.
- February 5 - Zimbabwe's House of Assembly allows power-sharing between the African National Union – Patriotic Front and the Movement for Democratic Change.
- "Zimbabwe abandons its currency". 29 January 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2015.
- "Tsvangirai agrees to join unity government". 31 January 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2015.
- "Zimbabwe's parliament passes unity government law". 5 February 2009. Retrieved 7 March 2015.