Tendai Marima

Tendai Marima

Zimbabwe

At 40, Zimbabwe still scarred by past atrocities

As the country marks 40th independence anniversary, its journey towards reconciliation and healing is not yet over.

At 40, Zimbabwe still scarred by past atrocities

Coronavirus pandemic

Anxiety over rights violations as Zimbabwe enforces lockdown

As police scale up operations aimed at curbing coronavirus spread, groups raise fears over possible breach of conduct.

Anxiety over rights violations as Zimbabwe enforces lockdown

Africa

Cyclone Idai: One year on, Zimbabwe survivors losing hope

Communities displaced by devastating storm still living in dire conditions amid funding gaps for key reconstruction.

Cyclone Idai: One year on, Zimbabwe survivors losing hope

Africa

On brink of 'man-made' starvation, Zimbabweans struggling to cope

Shifting policies on land reform and food subsidies by successive governments have contributed to the dire situation.

On brink of 'man-made' starvation, Zimbabweans struggling to cope

Robert Mugabe

Dispute, stampede mark day of mourning for Robert Mugabe

As supporters of Mugabe mourned, the decision to bury the former president in private has riled many party supporters.

Dispute, stampede mark day of mourning for Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe

'A father to us': In his village, Robert Mugabe mourned as a hero

Late former president's homestead in Kutama village prepares to receive the body of Zimbabwe's founding father.

'A father to us': In his village, Robert Mugabe mourned as a hero

Africa

Mixed reactions in Zimbabwe to ex-President Mugabe's death

Many Zimbabweans call Mugabe an autocrat and divisive while others remember him for anti-colonial liberation struggle.

Mixed reactions in Zimbabwe to ex-President Mugabe's death

Botswana

In Botswana, elephant hunting divides opinion

Rural communities support Botswana's bid to control elephant population by lifting hunting ban, as NGOs raise alarm.

In Botswana, elephant hunting divides opinion

Mozambique

Ramadan becomes a struggle in cyclone-hit northern Mozambique

Muslims in the region spend Ramadan trying to rebuild their lives amid shortage of food and damaged mosques.

Ramadan becomes a struggle in cyclone-hit northern Mozambique

Africa

Security concerns as Mozambique grapples with cyclone

Several killed in attacks in northern Cabo Delgado province but aid groups say violence won't hamper cyclone relief.

Security concerns as Mozambique grapples with cyclone

Cyclone

Inadequate health facilities failing Mozambique's mothers

Thousands of pregnant and lactating women face hardships following the destruction of health infrastructure by cyclones.

Inadequate health facilities failing Mozambique's mothers

Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai destroys Zimbabwe farms, deepening food crisis

Farmers say cyclone winds and floods destroyed fields in Chipinge and Chimanimani, worsening Zimbabwe's food insecurity.

Cyclone Idai destroys Zimbabwe farms, deepening food crisis