ON WORLD TOILET DAY, TAKE CONCRETE ACTION TO ACHIEVE SANITATION FOR ALL

ON WORLD TOILET DAY, TAKE CONCRETE ACTION TO ACHIEVE SANITATION FOR ALL

On World Toilet Day, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) calls on all stakeholders in Zimbabwe to take concrete action to effectively deal with the sanitation crisis that has led to repeated outbreaks of waterborne diseases and unnecessary loss of lives.

Building a new Zimbabwe: Flagship report by AfDB

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It’s been one year since Zimbabwe toppled Mugabe. Why isn’t it a democracy yet?

It’s been one year since Zimbabwe toppled Mugabe. Why isn’t it a democracy yet?

Nearly a year ago, on Nov. 21, the Zimbabwean armed forces toppled Robert Mugabe after a week of attempts to coerce him to resign from the presidency. The coup surprised many observers, as the armed forces had long supported Mugabe’s tenure.

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