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Zimbabwe this Week

Zimbabwe this Week

Week 35

Health disaster looms in major towns

Window closing for electoral reforms, EU warns Zim

Zimbos in SA must come back and vote

ED wants to win, whatever the cost

Zimbos plot demo at UN

Govt stripping assets: MPs

Zim-China trade grows 57pc | The Herald

Chamisa calls for UN-supervised polls

Week 34

3,8m rural population food insecure

CSOs confront Mudenda over PVOs Bill

Zim, UAE trade rises to US$1,7 billion

Outcry over US$ school fees

Zim not a peaceful country: Report

The future of Zimbabwe’s agrarian sector: a new book | zimbabweland

Documents relief for Gukurahundi communities | The Sunday News

Door-to-door measles vaccination on | The Sunday Mail

Africa cannot rely on others for its food security

US's Zambia investment plan targets African food security

‘Once you begin to budget in trillions, you must know you have lost it’

Week 33

‘We can only afford 232 houses, not 300 000’

Gender-based violence an important women’s rights issue: Survey.

TB to regain top spot as leading killer disease | The Herald (state owned)

Migrants benefit from European Commission grant | The Herald (state owned)

Zimbabwe’s censorship board bans Danish documentary about opposition leader.

Diaspora remittances hit US$800 million | The Herald (AN: or US$1,372 billion?)

US softens Africa policy – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 13th August 2022.

Measles outbreak kills 80, spreading.

Govt under fire over projects.

Zimbabwe NGOs say Mnangagwa hypocritical and cruel.

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