Solar-irrigated farms face an unexpected threat in Zimbabwe: hungry elephants

Solar-irrigated farms face an unexpected threat in Zimbabwe: hungry elephants

MASHABA, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When one of Zimbabwe’s first solar mini-grid systems was installed in this drought-prone village near the Botswana border in 2016, residents thought their problems were solved.

Former Mugabe deputy charged with abuse of office

Former Mugabe deputy charged with abuse of office

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MDC is clearly unsuitable for government

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Bail Application for Pride Mkono Postponed

Bail Application for Pride Mkono Postponed

The bail application hearing for Pride Mkono, the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition Youth Chairperson, has been postponed to, Friday 23 August 2019 at 9am (Court F).

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 6th May 2006

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Watching in agony

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‘Free Zimbabwe’ Bristol Vigil

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Zimbabwe Action Movement (ZAM) calls for unity

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Zim dies in Jozi fire

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State media find more success in latest flop

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With hope and courage, Zimbabweans mark Press Freedom Day

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Shamed by the children

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