Haru Mutasa

Haru Mutasa

Haru Mutasa is an Africa correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

She has reported on East and West Africa. She is currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa and covers the Southern African region.

She was nominated Royal Television Society (RTS) Young journalist of the year 2006/2007

Africa

Zimbabwe inflation: Gov't trying to head off mass strikes

How the Zimbabwean government plans to help its public workers survive soaring inflation.

Zimbabwe inflation: Gov't trying to head off mass strikes

Africa

Zimbabwe experiences worst power outages in three years

Some neighbourhoods in Harare have not had reliable power in weeks and the blackouts are affecting business and industry.

Zimbabwe experiences worst power outages in three years

Africa

Uganda: Dozens get Ebola vaccine after outbreak spreads

Uganda begins a vaccination campaign for people who may have been exposed to the Ebola virus.

Uganda: Dozens get Ebola vaccine after outbreak spreads

Africa

Elderly patient abuse in Pretoria highlights public health woes

A 76-year-old woman is found by relatives lying on cold floor in South Africa hospital, her hands and legs tied to a steel bench.

Elderly patient abuse in Pretoria highlights public health woes

Africa

Zimbabwe opposition MDC party elects Nelson Chamisa as leader

Zimbabweans hope he will pressure President Emmerson Mnangagwa over inflation, unemployment, and fuel and cash shortages.

Zimbabwe opposition MDC party elects Nelson Chamisa as leader

Africa

Zimbabwe's opposition MDC party to choose new leader

Zimbabwe's main opposition party is meeting to elect a new leader as it tries to get past internal divisions.

Zimbabwe's opposition MDC party to choose new leader

Africa

Zimbabwe: Activists charged with plotting to subvert government

Authorities in Zimbabwe have charged five human rights campaigners arrested earlier this week with plotting to overthrow the government.

Zimbabwe: Activists charged with plotting to subvert government

Africa

Angola drought: Millions at risk of starvation

The United Nations says more than two million people in Angola's southern province of Cunene urgently need food and water.

Angola drought: Millions at risk of starvation

Africa

Cyclone Kenneth survivors struggle to rebuild lives in Mozambique

Residents left reeling as Kenneth becomes second cyclone to hit Mozambique in six weeks.

Cyclone Kenneth survivors struggle to rebuild lives in Mozambique

Mozambique

Cyclone Kenneth survivors struggle for food and supplies

Some of those who survived Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique are short on food and aid workers say those in remote areas are still waiting on supplies.

Cyclone Kenneth survivors struggle for food and supplies

Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai: Families hunt for missing relatives in Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai is the worst storm to hit Zimbabwe since cyclone Eline in nearly 20 years.

Cyclone Idai: Families hunt for missing relatives in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai: Thousands cut off in Zimbabwe

After Mozambique, the cyclone battered neighbouring Zimbabwe, cutting off the eastern district of Chimanimani.

Cyclone Idai: Thousands cut off in Zimbabwe