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Zimbabwe this Week

Zimbabwe this Week

Week 5

WATER SECURITY IN AFRICA STARTS WITH EDUCATING OUR YOUTH

MPILO HOSPITAL CANCER MACHINE SET FOR REVIVAL

SENATE PASSES PVOS BILL…AS USAID WARNS OF FUNDING THREAT

COMPLETION RATE FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION IN ZIM DECLINES

300,000 STATELESS PEOPLE LIVING IN ZIMBABWE; AMNESTY SAYS THEIR SITUATION ‘DIRE’ AS CAN’T EVEN BUY PHONE SIM CARD

HUMAN WASTE DETECTED IN CITY BOREHOLES | THE SUNDAY MAIL (STATE OWNED)

ZIMDOLLAR IN SPECTACULAR FREEFALL

ZIMBABWE RANKED AMONG MOST CORRUPT COUNTRIES

3M FACE HUNGER: UNICEF

HARARE-CHIRUNDU HIGHWAY NOW A DEATH TRAP

LAKES, RIVERS CRUCIAL IN AFRICA’S FOOD SECURITY NEEDS: RESEARCH

ZIM, BELARUS TIES SET FOR NEW HIGHS | THE SUNDAY MAIL (STATE OWNED)

Week 4

Amnesty International warns of deadly elections; says Zanu PF will crackdown on opponents

Elections To Derail Economic Stability-Morgan & Co

Govt sends SOS on education

Pupils shelter in toilets when it rains...classroom construction started 18 years ago, but yet to be completed

Rapport: 10 meest onderbelichte crises 2022 | CARE Nederland

DIASPORA JOBS TRIGGER SPIKE IN FAKE MARRIAGES

Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Books of Not – Life through the eyes of Tambudzai

3 years of no electricity in Hwange suburbs | The Sunday News (state owned)

Mthuli gives nothing back in tight-fisted Z$4.2 trillion 2023 budget

Elon Musk’s SpaceX has confirmed Starlink is coming to Zimbabwe this year

We’ll bolster Sino-Zim relations — President | The Sunday Mail (state owned)

Zimbabwe ready to cooperate with Iran in all fields: minister

Week 3

Zimdollar further depreciates against US$

Free education needs to be a reality, not a political gimmick

Zimbabwe | No human rights for ‘bad apples’

Awash in lithium wealth, Zim goes upscale amid a sea of poverty

Professor Ncube revels in irrigation projects, wheat success | The Chronicle (state owned)

$130bn earmarked for massive roadworks | The Sunday Mail (state owned)

Repression and resistance: how a new generation challenges African autocrats and their international allies

‘Hold security forces accountable for human rights abuse’

January disease ravages Mat South

Zimbabwe in 2023: There is great disorder, chaos under the heavens

Zim listed among top 24 tourists destinations

Elections already rigged: CSOs

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