Point guard Ehab Amin had a game-high 18 points to lead five Egypt players in double digits.
Vitalis Chikoko was the only Zimbabwean to score in double figures with 17 points.
Egypt became the first team to score over 100 points in the tournament and also registered the biggest margin of victory to date.
Turning Point: Zimbabwe's Eric Banda hit a three-pointer early in the contest to give Zimbabwe a 3-2 lead, but that was a short-lived advantage as Egypt regained control and led the rest of the way.
Stats Don't Lie: 7 assists and 24 turnovers are some of the numbers that best sum up Zimbabwe's poor performance.
Game Hero: Egypt's Youssef Shousha made 3 of his 5 three-point attempts as part of a 16-point haul.
The Bottom Line: Zimbabwe never presented a threat to Egypt, although Chikoko, who led all players with a game-high 10 rebounds, protected Zimbabwe's rim with a tournament-best 6 blocks.
The Zimbabweans will continue to battle for their first win of the championship in the Classification Games.