Zimbabwe

December 4, 2022

Zimbabwe: Brace for Dark Christmas Says Energy Minister As Electricity Crisis Deepens

ENERGY minister Soda Zhemu has said the nation is embroiled in a funding crisis which has made it impossible to swiftly ease the ongoing power blackouts.
December 3, 2022

Zimbabwe's Termination of Pregnancy Laws Perpetuating Stigmatization of People With Disabilities

Every third of December, Zimbabwe joins the world in commemorating the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).
December 1, 2022

Zimbabwe: Commonwealth sends fact-finding mission to assess readmission

  After being suspended for more than three decades from the Commonwealth group of nations, Zimbabwe is angling for re-admission despite a chequered human rights record. […]
November 28, 2022

Water levels in Zimbabwe's biggest dam too low for power

Electricity shortages that have been plaguing Zimbabwe are set to worsen after an authority that manages the country's biggest dam said water levels are now too low to continue power generation activities.
November 26, 2022

Zimbabwe: Another Opposition Party Threatens to Boycott 2023 Polls Over 'Skewed' Electoral Field

OPPOSITION Peoples Unity Party (PUP) has threatened to boycott 2023 elections citing lack of reforms amid heightened political intolerance.
November 26, 2022

Zimbabwe: Former Harare City Council Top Official Barred From Office Despite Acquittal in U.S.$130k Fraud Case

Former City Council Human Resources director, Cainos Chingombe was Thursday barred from his office despite having been cleared of wrongdoing in a case he was accused of abusing US$130 000 council funds.
November 26, 2022

Zimbabwe: Tsholotsho's 'Mother Teresa' Turns Her House Into a Foster Home

LITTLE Dineo dashes into the house from school, throws her school bag on the sofa and rushes to whisper something into her mother's ears.
November 26, 2022

Zimbabwe: Chamisa Immature, Ideologically Bankrupt, Says Prof Moyo

Professor Jonathan Moyo, who is living in self-imposed exile in Kenya has hit out at Nelson Chamisa's "duplicitous" nature, revealing he worked with the CCC leader for three years, interacting on a daily basis and yet the opposition politician publicly pretended otherwise.
November 25, 2022

Zimbabwe: Zim Farmers Are Feeding Chickens Harmful Growth Drugs

Zimbabwean farmers are allegedly feeding their chickens anti-retroviral drugs (ARV) for fast growth as well as injecting human medicine into them when they're sick.
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