Workers in Informal Economy Shun Virus Lockdown Rules

Workers in Informal Economy Shun Virus Lockdown Rules

Zimbabwe’s informal traders cooperated with last year’s coronavirus restrictions. But when the government launched another lockdown in January, they rebelled.

FAO recognises farmer-led irrigation as a major contributor to agricultural development

FAO recognises farmer-led irrigation as a major contributor to agricultural development

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Shona speakers’ complicity in Gukurahundi and the lingering unresolved pain of its victims (Part One)

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Journey’s End – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Journey’s End – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Zimbabweans in the UK join in mourning the passing of the Queen’s husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died only a couple of months short of his 100th birthday. We know he took a great interest in Africa and was particularly concerned about wild life issues – one thing on which he was allowed to express his opinions without diplomatic constraint!

 Mwadzura wins Booms invitational tournament

 Mwadzura wins Booms invitational tournament

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