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FEATURE: Guilty until proven innocent? Zimbabwe authorities detain suspects indefinitely, despite laws

By Linda Mujuru & Evidence Chenjerai I Global Press Journal HARARE, ZIMBABWE — One winter night in June 2022, Lynet
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Exiled for standing up to a ‘vicious dictator,’ former cricketer Henry Olonga finds solace in

By George Ramsay, CNN Henry Olonga was at the peak of his career as a professional cricketer when he took
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‘Life is hell’: Zimbabwe flood survivors lament loss of land, livelihoods

Survivors say the government is yet to offer full compensation for the flooding that happened almost 10 years ago. By
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‘Pirate’ taxis blamed for a rise in hit-and-runs in Zimbabwe

With few public options, unlicensed vehicles for hire now dominate the transportation industry. But in the rush for cash, justice
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FEATURE: Londoner Rachel Chinouriri has finally come home

The journey to the Londoner’s debut album has been fraught. It only makes ‘What A Devastating Turn Of Events’, the
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Government to declare 279 missing Cyclone Idai victims dead

By Xinhua HARARE: The High Court of Zimbabwe is set to declare 279 people who went missing after Cyclone Idai
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Fraudsters exploit Zimbabweans seeking UK health and care jobs

By Farai Shawn Matiashe I Thomson Reuters Trust Principles Zimbabwe’s economic crisis fuels migration Professionals take ‘nurse aide’ courses to
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‘If only my mother was around’ – As parents seek opportunity abroad, children in Zimbabwe

In a rural border town, young people navigate the rootless, violent aftermath of their parents’ migration By Linda Mujuru I
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‘I was all alone’: Why some Zimbabwean women kill their babies

More than three decades after Zimbabwe created its infanticide law to spare women harsh murder sentences, advocates say the root
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Kariba Dam rehabilitation project now 80 pct complete; project cost US$294m

By Xinhua News Agency The US$294.2 million rehabilitation project of the Kariba Dam wall is now 80 percent complete, the
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