UN Official Calls Zimbabwe Crackdown on Activists ‘Intolerable’

HARARE - The outgoing United Nations Resident Coordinator in Zimbabwe, Bishow Parajuli, says the current crackdown targeting opposition demonstrators and activists is "intolerable," because the country's...

Press briefing note on Zimbabwe 

Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: Rupert Colville Location: Geneva Date: 16 August...

Statement on the Increasing Human Rights Violations Ahead of the August 16 Protests

We the civil society organisations in Zimbabwe note with deep condemnation the increasing violation of human...

I will build bigger ones

‘I will pull down my barns and build bigger ones’. The farmer had a good year...

Zimbabwe’s food situation moving toward emergency, UN says

The Zimbabwe food situation is moving from a crisis to an emergency because of El Nino-induced...

Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company to audit lifestyles

In the aftermath of diamond robberies and the subsequent sacking of the top management at the...

Zim media commits to enhance coverage of climate action, human rights, gender equality issues

Media practitioners in Zimbabwe have reaffirmed their pledge to increase coverage of the global sustainable development...

‘No one will go hungry’: Mnangagwa reassures Zim after drought

HARARE - Zimbabwe needs to import 800,000 tonnes of maize following a drought that reduced the harvest by...

Zimbabwe gov’t to revive food for work program to alleviate effects of drought

HARARE  (Xinhua) -- The Zimbabwe government will re-introduce a food for work program to help vulnerable...

Zimbabwe Says Dehorning Rhinos Paying Off

ZIMBABWE - Zimbabwe says its practice of dehorning rhinos is bearing fruit, as it has kept...

Out of sight, out of mind: Zimbabwe locks up its disabled

KADOMA, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In life, few knew him. Yet in death, 33-year old...

No-deal Brexit could cost Zimbabwe $4.6 million

A United Nations agency report has shown that Zimbabwe stands to lose at least 5% of...

Japan supports Cyclone Idai relief efforts in Zimbabwe

HARARE – The Government of Japan contributed US$350,000 to respond to emergency needs in Zimbabwe following Cyclone...

US$ 60M urgently required for relief response to Cyclone Idai

Harare – the Government, United Nations, donors and Non-Governmental Organisations convened today to launch a revised Humanitarian...

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