Cholera: ‘Outrage’ as Zambia forces Zimbabweans to go through ‘inhuman’ screening process

Cholera: ‘Outrage’ as Zambia forces Zimbabweans to go through ‘inhuman’ screening process

Zimbabwean authorities have reportedly expressed outrage over the cholera screening process introduced by Zambian authorities at Chirundu border post, which involves making people take laxatives.

Catholic agencies in Zimbabwe battle growing demand as economy sinks

Catholic agencies in Zimbabwe battle growing demand as economy sinks

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Catholic food relief agencies in Zimbabwe are struggling to meet growing demand for aid and say they need extra resources as fears of food shortages swell in the aftermath of the July 30 elections, in which President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front party emerged victorious.

‘Medieval’ cholera outbreak exposes huge challenges in Zimbabwe

‘Medieval’ cholera outbreak exposes huge challenges in Zimbabwe

Emergency in which 30 people have died shows up appalling infrastructure of Mugabe era

Africa’s Reform Conundrum and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy

Africa’s Reform Conundrum and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy

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Security companies stealing from employees!

Security companies stealing from employees!

It is with grave concern that the Zimbabwe Network for Social Justice (ZimJustice) notes the ever-increasing heartless, callous and downright wicked behaviour by some security firms, as they fail to pay their employees – who have served and earned these same companies for many years.

Cholera: ‘Outrage’ as Zambia forces Zimbabweans to go through ‘inhuman’ screening process

Zimbabwean authorities have reportedly expressed outrage over the cholera screening process introduced by Zambian authorities at Chirundu border post, which involves making people take laxatives....

Catholic agencies in Zimbabwe battle growing demand as economy sinks

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Catholic food relief agencies in Zimbabwe are struggling to meet growing demand for aid...

‘Medieval’ cholera outbreak exposes huge challenges in Zimbabwe

Emergency in which 30 people have died shows up appalling infrastructure of Mugabe era...

Africa’s Reform Conundrum and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy

Despite immense mineral wealth, Africa’s economic success stories are few. Outside Botswana, Ghana, Mauritius, and Rwanda,...

Security companies stealing from employees!

It is with grave concern that the Zimbabwe Network for Social Justice (ZimJustice) notes the ever-increasing...

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