nieuwsarchief

Zimbabwe this Week

Zimbabwe this Week

Week 43

Treasury starved hospitals of medicines: Chiwenga

Zimbabwe: The Curious Case of Zimbabwe Sanctions

Zimbabwe: MSF Moves in to Mitigate Dire Lack of Clean Water in Zimbabwe's Capital

Analysts call for independent Gukurahundi commission

Brain drain hits BCC clinics

From $1.90 to $2.15 a day: the updated International Poverty Line - Our World in Data

Zim in 45 000 teacher deficit

Ethiopian Airlines Set To Introduce Flights To Bulawayo End Of October

British Embassy Harare on whether sanctions affect the UK’s trade with Zimbabwe

Zanu PF leans on parastatals to fund congress

‘Complicated’ multinationals cream off Zimbabwe ...US$9bn salted away as authorities run out of their depth

Govt hit with US$20bn bill over grabbed properties

Week 42

Co-operate with chiefs, ED tells Gukurahundi victims

ED pressures Parly on PVOs Bill

MALEMA to South Africans: Look at yourself in the mirror and you’ll see a Zimbabwean

Judiciary capture: Magistrates cry foul

EU to support ZEC

Controversial tycoon Ken Sharpe in Zimbabwe’s greatest land heist – says Biti as he lays into ‘mastermind’ associate

Zimbabwe is next – says Chamisa after newly formed Lesotho party pulls stunning election victory; Biti heads observer mission

Chief Gukurahundi perpetrator Mnangagwa has no business resolving ‘moment of madness’ – say critics

Minister Chitando mortgaging Zimbabwe; special mining rights dished out to shadowy firms - says Biti

Zimbabwe abstains from UN vote condemning Russia’s move to annex parts of Ukraine

Govt projects failure appalling

One in three girls subjected child marriage: Unicef

Week 41

Govt brings back face masks

Focus on water, roads, disabled people, Government told | The Sunday News (state owned)

The empowerment of adolescent girls is key to the development of Zimbabwe

‘Government’s US$20 million smallholder irrigation fund a game changer’ | The Sunday News (State owned)

Electoral Reforms must be inclusive of all stakeholders

Teachers unions wrap ‘reckless’ minister

Teachers for ED ‘invade’ schools

COP27: feeding their population or preserving the planet, African states no longer want to choose

Beautiful Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe govt blocks nurses exodus

Full Pantry While Pots are Empty – Cathy Buckle

Zambia bails out starving Zimbabwe

info@mpilofoundation.com
+31 6 5464 5855

IBAN NL98 RABO 0331 8112 35
Stichting Mpilo Foundation

KvK: 72254750
RSIN: 859048330

Mpilo Foundation wordt door de Belastingdienst erkend als ANBI