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Zimbabwe this Week

Week 31

Govt struggling to clear BEAM arrears

UK engages Zim diaspora vote petitioners

Private sector embraces push to modernise agriculture

Civil Society Statement on Amendments to the PVO Amendment Bill, 2021

‘350 years to double Matabeleland population’

Bulawayo tightens water rationing, bowsers back

Zim’s 15 million problems

Resilience building programme benefits 50 000

We’ve stopped whining: CCC

Week 30

Jewels in the dust - Cathy Buckle

Media critical in ending TB in the mining sector - HealthTimes.

Zimbabwe's Population Increases By 2 Million - ZIMSTAT

UN flags Zim over civil society clampdown.

UN implores Zim on SDGs.

‘Govt tried to hide US$10bn expenditure’

‘Military running Zim affairs’

CCC unveils new party logo.

Chillies changing lives in Chimanimani | The Herald

Hurungwe, a rape, GBV hotbed.

Zimbabwe Turns to Boreholes Amid Groundwater Level Concerns

Week 29

UBH suspends surgeries.

Inflation wipes out govt budget.

AfDB injects US$25,65 million to support Zim food production.

Where are women in politics?

Zanu PF threatens to block Kariba's development if opposition CCC wins by-election.

US$ salary demands grow louder.

How land reform transformed small towns in Zimbabwe.

Poor road infrastructure an impediment to development of Nkayi: Chief.

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