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

Cyclone Idai: Thousands still struggling to cope

In March, cyclone Idai devastated parts of Zimbabwe, and many families are still struggling.

Cyclone Idai: Thousands still struggling to cope

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Zimbabwe doctors' strike: Hundreds fired

A warning to doctors on strike in Zimbabwe: 'Go back to work or you risk being fired.'

Zimbabwe doctors' strike: Hundreds fired

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Zimbabwe drought: Hundreds of animals die in national park

Park officials say they plan to move some to areas where there is still food and water but that could take weeks.

Zimbabwe drought: Hundreds of animals die in national park

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Zimbabwe healthcare: Millions cannot access medical treatment

Rising inflation and corruption in Zimbabwe mean healthcare is now a luxury only few can afford.

Zimbabwe healthcare: Millions cannot access medical treatment

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Zimbabwe abductions: Dozens of protest leaders missing

Police and government fail to make arrests or provide explanation for abductions of protest organisers.

Zimbabwe abductions: Dozens of protest leaders missing

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Zimbabwe: Doctors protest against abduction of their union leader

They are in the same position as most Zimbabweans, struggling to survive soaring inflation and shortages of food and other essentials.

Zimbabwe: Doctors protest against abduction of their union leader

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Foreigners in South Africa fear for safety after attacks

Nigerian leader condemns anti-foreigner attacks in South Africa after days of rioting

Foreigners in South Africa fear for safety after attacks

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Zimbabweans to protest over economic crisis

Police in Zimbabwe are expecting violence at a protest on Friday against rising prices and poverty levels.

Zimbabweans to protest over economic crisis

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Zimbabwe facing 'worst-ever' hunger crisis

Millions are on the brink of starvation and President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared the country's drought a national disaster.

Zimbabwe facing 'worst-ever' hunger crisis

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Malawi protests: Anger at president's alleged election fraud

President Mutharika's ruling DPP party denies allegations of vote-rigging and fraud.

Malawi protests: Anger at president's alleged election fraud

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Zimbabwe cricketers not giving up after ICC suspension

Country's national team is fighting to stay alive after International Cricket Council suspends its cricket board because of alleged government interference.

Zimbabwe cricketers not giving up after ICC suspension

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South Africa introduces new carbon tax to fight climate change

Industry experts warn, in a country with a high unemployment rate, carbon taxes are anti-growth, anti-jobs and anti-investment.

South Africa introduces new carbon tax to fight climate change