Zimbabwean who cleared Falklands mines urges rethink on 75% cut to clearance programmes

Cuthbert Mutukwa fears disastrous consequences for home country if UK cuts go ahead as it nears ‘mine-free’ status...

Grace Mugabe challenges Zimbabwe order to exhume husband’s body

Grace Mugabe, the widow of Zimbabwe’s longtime former ruler Robert Mugabe, has challenged a court order...

‘It’ll kill me’: Zimbabwe counts cost of rise in illicit alcohol use

Lack of jobs and Covid lockdowns fuel boom in cheap but lethal hooch made in backyard...

Small farmers have the answer to feeding the world. Why isn’t the UN listening?

We’re among the thousands boycotting the UN food summit – it’s been hijacked by corporate interests...

‘No one may be compelled’: Zimbabwe unions go to court over Covid jabs

Thousands of workers in Zimbabwe have been told they will face the sack if they refuse to be...

‘Contraception divides opinion’: tackling taboos in Zimbabwe as teen pregnancies soar

With Covid lockdowns blamed for rising rates, MPs and teachers say it’s time to ‘face reality’...

UK Home Office’s mass deportation flight plan criticised as ‘grubby’

Plans for a chartered plane to Zimbabwe risks delivering activists to political persecution, say, campaigners...

‘We cannot vote or get jobs’: plight of 300,000 Zimbabweans without documents

Amnesty is calling for action to help those with no papers who are denied access to...

UK minister confuses Zambia with Zimbabwe at Kenneth Kaunda funeral

Slip by James Duddridge at funeral of liberation leader derided as evidence of enduring colonial attitudes...

Uproar in Zimbabwe as teenager who ‘fought off sexual assault’ charged with murder

Activists believe the case, in which the accused says she acted in self-defence, shows the law...

‘We were never a priority’: Zimbabwe Covid ‘hotspots’ face strict lockdown

Tighter restrictions in 12 mostly rural areas come as health service struggles to cope with third...

Half of Zimbabweans fell into extreme poverty during Covid

Poor families cannot afford healthcare and schooling but good harvests offer some hope, World Bank finds...

Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga wins PEN Pinter prize

Author, who was arrested last year in Harare while protesting against corruption, is hailed by judges...

‘Running dry’: Zimbabweans turned away for vaccinations after shortages

As staff sit idle in treatment centres, anger focuses on government failures to secure supplies as...

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