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Fifa bans former Zimbabwe football official for sexual harassment

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Living on scraps: the Zimbabwe children who eke out a living from rusty metal

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‘Our only livelihood’: Zimbabwean fishing communities fear for future as stocks dwindle

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Journalist conviction in Zimbabwe a ‘travesty of justice’, say campaigners

Media freedom groups say New York Times reporter’s verdict reflects press clampdown as election looms...

Twenty-year search for Rwanda genocide suspect ends in Zimbabwe grave

Inside the manhunt for Protais Mpiranya, accused of Rwandan mass killings and the world’s most wanted...

Zanu-PF faces threat from Zimbabwe’s new opposition party

Citizens Coalition for Change’s byelection success raises concerns of instability...

Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga among this year’s Windham-Campbell prize winners

Dangarembga, American writer Margo Jefferson and British playwright Winsome Pinnock are among eight recipients of the...

Women need to see themselves in politics. It’s the only way change will come to Zimbabwe

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‘I don’t know how I’m still going’: what’s next for the woman who fed thousands in Zimbabwe’s lockdown?

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‘These are our local heroes’: the artist painting murals of hope in a Zimbabwe township

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