A Government Crack Down is Looming, but Zimbabweans Still Flock to Online Thrift Shops

COVID-19 lockdowns prompted many businesses to move online. For shops selling secondhand clothes that were smuggled into the country illegally, the move brought new clients and...

Push for Gold Leaves a Toxic Legacy

Mercury exposure can be deadly. So why are gold miners in Zimbabwe using the dangerous chemical...

There’s No Place Like Home, and Harare Has Too Few

As Harare’s housing shortage deepens, many Zimbabweans make do in squalid conditions or informal settlements. And...

New Water Policy Brings Less Sharing, More Spying

The government says the switch to a prepaid system improves payment collections and water conservation. Residents...

When Migrants Vanish: Families Quietly Endure Uncertainty

Zimbabweans cling to hope even after years of silence from loved ones who have disappeared across...

Policy Threatens to Upend Lives of Immigrants in South Africa

Zimbabweans living in South Africa may need to leave under new rules that also could spur...

Skyrocketing Fuel Prices Drain Taxi Industry

The pandemic slashed drivers' revenues. The Russia-Ukraine war adds to their financial woes. And the U.S....

His Political Playbook Worked Elsewhere. Can He Win Here?

Backers of the opposition's presidential candidate see hope in upstart victories in Malawi and Zambia. But...

Peer Counselors Help Young People Live With HIV

Lifetime antiretroviral regimens are especially difficult for adolescents and young adults. Programs designed for their age...

Vendors Fear Loss of Culture as Hotels Dominate Souvenir Sales

Vendors Fear Loss of Culture as Hotels Dominate Souvenir Sales...

For These Students, a Distant War Hits Close to Home

Zimbabweans who received scholarships to study in Russia are caught up in a conflict that has...

Demand Exposes Weakness of Mental Health System

As Zimbabweans abandon traditional beliefs, more are seeking mental health services, overwhelming an already underfunded and...

Free Menstrual Health Kits Help Keep Girls in School

Many girls in Zimbabwe miss class during their periods because they can't afford sanitary pads. A...

‘I Am Still Waiting’: Health System Fails Cancer Patients

Broken-down radiotherapy machines and a shortage of oncologists delay critical treatment for ailing Zimbabweans....

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