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

The country’s first women’s fishing co-operative has made a good living on Lake Kariba for a decade, but global heating, overfishing and lower rainfall now mean...

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

As a young woman in politics I’ve experienced prejudice – audiences ask about my marital status...

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

Samantha Murozoki started cooking huge batches of food for hungry neighbours when Covid struck. Now she...

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

Basil Matsika hopes his joyful murals of Mbare’s music and sports stars will inspire others to...

From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe: sexual abuse allegations in football around the world

Over the past few years, allegations of abuse have been reported from a number of countries...

Zimbabwe’s striking teachers told to return to work or lose their jobs

Government sets deadline for 135,000 teachers to end pay strike, ignoring court order, after year of...

Desperate Zimbabweans risk police or crocodiles in bid to reach South Africa

Zimbabweans hoping for a better life abroad or smuggling a few goods over the border face...

My dying grandmother’s pain inspired me to challenge Zimbabwe’s pharmacy system

Finding the right medicine at the right price was once a lottery – now the crowdsourcing...

‘I wanted my art to resonate’: The Zimbabwean sculptor responding to Covid with creativity

When the pandemic hit, David Ngwerume began creating pieces to inspire and raise awareness. Now, one...

Zimbabwe FA and Fifa accused of ‘silence’ over sexual harassment claims

The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) and Fifa have been accused of “going silent” over allegations that female referees...

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