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Threats And Constraints For Journalists Covering COVID-19

By Rikar Hussein  During a global crisis like COVID-19, the media play an important role in helping ensure people have access to independent news. But from...

Elephants Died Due to Bacterial Disease, Say Zimbabwe Officials

Zimbabwe parks authority officials say they suspect a bacterial disease called hemorrhagic septicemia is behind the recent deaths of at least 34 elephants in...

Travel Virtually To These Places Amidst Lockdown

Travel is one of the most rewarding and enriching adventures one can indulge in. Every year, travel enthusiasts from across the world plan their...

Elephant Death Toll in Zimbabwe Rises to 200 Amid Severe Drought

Zimbabwe's parks agency says more than 200 elephants have died amid a severe drought, and a mass relocation of animals is planned to ease...

Zimbabwe Ends Its Interim Currency in New Currency Reform

Zimbabwe made its interim currency the country's sole legal tender on Monday, ending a decade of dollarization and taking a another step towards relaunching...

Zimbabwe Faces Shortage of Antiretroviral Drugs

A top UNAIDS official is in Zimbabwe as the country faces a moderate shortage of the anti-retroviral drugs that stop the progress of the...

Illegal Miners in Zimbabwe Risk Lives to Search for Gold at Nugget Mine

Officials in Zimbabwe say the bodies of eight illegal miners have been retrieved from an abandoned gold mine about 50 kilometers north of Harare....

Concerned Zimbabwe’s Citizens Start an Anti-Drug Campaign

A group of concerned Zimbabweans has started an anti-alcohol and drug campaign, targeting communities in which unemployed young people resort to drinking and using...

To Boost Revenues Zimbabwe Hikes Traffic Fines

Motorists in Zimbabwe are ringing in the new year by toasting — or cursing — increased traffic fines which are expected to raise needed...

Zimbabwe Government Aid in The Cholera Outbreak By Pledging Money

Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, says his government will assist municipalities struggling to fight a cholera outbreak that has killed 32 people and affected more...

Zimbabwe Officials Trying to Fight Cholera Clash With Street Vendors

Zimbabwe police Sunday clashed with vendors who were resisting being removed from streets as part of the country’s efforts to fight the cholera outbreak,...

Authorities In Zimbabwe Face Drug-Resistant Cholera Bacteria

The United Nations says it is hopeful Zimbabwe will soon contain an outbreak of cholera that has killed more than two dozen people. Efforts...

After 20 Deaths Due To Cholera in Zimbabwe, Emergency Declared

A cholera emergency has been declared in Zimbabwe's capital after 20 people have died, the health minister said Tuesday. The deaths in Harare have many...

Harare, Zimbabwe Suffers From Cholera Outbreak

 Lizzy Maupa uses a bucket to transfer water she used to bathe from her tub to her toilet. She has a four-week-old baby and a...

India, Zimbabwe, Bolivia Join Together Against Climate Change

Indian activist Vidya Dinker, Bolivian Martin Vilela and Zimbabwean Mela Chiponda live in different continents but suffer a common problem of climate change, which they denounced before the...

Video- Zimbabwe’s Newly Appointed President Calls For Unity

By Vishvi Gupta Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers. On July 30 2018, Zimbabweans took to the polls for...

Young African Coders Compete to Curb Hunger With Sensors and Apps

From an app to diagnose disease on Zambian farms to Tinder-style matchmaking for Senegalese land owners and young farmers, young coders have been finding...

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has been named the new Goodwill Ambassador by WHO

United Nations, October 21, 2017 : The World Health Organization (WHO) has appointed Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador to help tackle non-communicable...

External Affairs Ministry of India grants $1 Million to drought-hit Zimbabwe in Africa

New Delhi, August 16, 2016: India has handed over $1 million as grant to the African nation,  following an appeal made by drought-hit Zimbabwe, the External Affairs...

Millions go hungry as Zimbabwe faces the worst drought in decades

GENEVA—  Zimbabwe is currently facing a huge drought and the President of Zimbabwe has declared this as “state of disaster”. It has faced many...

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