Jailed Zimbabwe journalist Hopewell Chin’ono gravely ill; personal doctor attending to him

A lawyer representing jailed Zimbabwean freelance journalist Hopewell Chin’ono said via social media on Monday that Chin’ono is ill and is awaiting a doctor visit in...

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Critics: Zimbabwe’s New Currency Auction Unfairly Favors Big Business

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In a Nation of Farmers, Much of the Agricultural Land in Zimbabwe Lies Fallow

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In Zimbabwe, Vital Medicines in Short Supply as Coronavirus Stalls Imports

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Traditional Healers in Zimbabwe Need Licenses to Sell Their Medicine Legally

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As Cash-Strapped Zimbabwe Struggles to Deport, Undocumented Migrants Languish in Prison

In Zimbabwe, the law stipulates that undocumented migrants be deported – but the country, in the...

Prized Cattle Are Thinned, Butchered Amid Zimbabwe’s Economic and Climate Crises

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