UN says Zimbabwe’s cash shortage hurts aid delivery efforts

UN says Zimbabwe’s cash shortage hurts aid delivery efforts

HARARE, Zimbabwe — The World Food Program says Zimbabwe’s cash shortage complicates efforts to rush aid to millions of people facing severe hunger.

Zimbabwe should be Ramaphosa’s top foreign policy priority

Zimbabwe should be Ramaphosa’s top foreign policy priority

President Cyril Ramaphosa has made statements about the need for the US to lift targeted sanctions. Beyond this call, he has not done anything tangible to show that Zimbabwe is his top foreign policy priority, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.

It is the politics and not the space satellite

It is the politics and not the space satellite

The United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Ms Hilal Elver who recently completed an 11 day
mission after an invitation was extended by the government from 18 to 28 November 2019, exposes the dire state
of the economy which has resulted in acute food insecurity in Zimbabwe.

Food Security Situation in Zimbabwe

Food Security Situation in Zimbabwe

• Crop production highly correlated with food insecurity in Zimbabwe

Shortages and profiteers abound

BY LITANY BIRD Dear Family and Friends, Writing a letter this week is no mean achievement, being able to send it is going to be another matter altogether....

Happy birthday to you

BY MAGAISA IBENZI WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - This year, two very old people celebrate their...

The making of a tyrant

BY SAMUEL MARUTA Chakafukidza dzimba matenga, Zimbabweans say. Loosely translated, this Shona proverb means roofs conceal...

Vigil Diary – 4th February 2006

LONDON - More than 60 attended this week's Vigil. Patson brought his family from Leicester and...

Chihuri responds re MDC finances

LONDON - Silence Chihuri has responded to the article entitled 'The other MDC in UK' carried...

Appeal to save The Africa Centre

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT LONDON - Two years and three months ago, Africans in the London Diaspora...

Refugee director promises probe

PRETORIA - South Africa's Director-General for Refugees, Busisiwe Mkhwebane-Tshehla, says she will probe the conduct of...

Zim Ind journos held to ransom

HARARE - The Media and Information Commission has accredited 15 journalists working for the privately-owned Zimbabwe...

Media Laws Tightened

HARARE - The General Laws Amendment Act which tightens the presidential insult laws and communication of...

Govt press reluctant to identify corrupt officials

HARARE - The chaos in the agricultural sector, condemned by Reserve Bank Governor, Gideon Gono, in...

US policy shift not surprising

EDITOR - The recent policy shift by the United States to resume the SADC-US annual forum...

Ideas must become action

EDITOR - I'm a Zimbabwean in the diaspora. At the moment I'm working towards becoming a...

No such thing as ‘Pro-Senate faction’

EDITOR - First of all, there is no such thing as the "Pro-Senate" faction. There is...



Zimbabwe face international stadium problems