‘Dying of hunger’: Zimbabwe street vendors hit by coronavirus clampdown

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Martha Kahari was already struggling to make ends meet after Zimbabwe’s coronavirus lockdown forced her to stop selling second-hand clothes and...

Wetlands Invasion: Harare Mayor says council is in a fix

Wetlands invasion has intensified during the current lockdown and stakeholders such as the Harare Wetlands Trust...

Council workers, residents clash over wetland stands

Council workers who are set to receive housing stands in lieu of salary arrears are set...

CHRA pushes for independent commmittee to monitor council loans

The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) on October 31, 2019 held a Water Dialogue Summit in...

In Zimbabwe, the Water Taps Run Dry and Worsen ‘a Nightmare’

Most residents in the country’s capital only get running water once a week, leading to serpentine...

Urgent shelving of arbitrary water disconnections

A petition to Harare Mayor, ...

HCC blames EMA and politicians for wetlands destruction

HARARE-Harare City Council (HCC) says the country’s laws and powerful politicians are hampering the local authority’s...



Bruce Grobbelaar: ‘I’m too honest to get work in South Africa’

Spain’s Real Betis to launch soccer academy in Zimbabwe

Chaka chess guru passes on

Cricket Zimbabwe stakes claim to host successive World Cup Qualifiers