AJ Impact

Zimbabwe farmers turn to smart solutions to fight climate change

Having suffered poor harvests due to drought, Lupane small-scale farmers find solutions in climate-smart agriculture.

Zimbabwe farmers turn to smart solutions to fight climate change

Africa

Zimbabwe unfazed by South Africa plan to erect border fence

As Zimbabwe reports first coronavirus case, fears are rising over the country's capacity to cope with a major outbreak.

Zimbabwe unfazed by South Africa plan to erect border fence

South Africa

South Africa to build 40km fence along Zimbabwe border

Authorities say fence will stem irregular migration as well as spread of coronavirus in the country.

South Africa to build 40km fence along Zimbabwe border

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

Arts & Culture

Zimbabwe gets back iconic bird statues stolen during colonialism

Africa's former colonial powers have recently come under pressure to send looted artefacts back to their home countries.

Zimbabwe gets back iconic bird statues stolen during colonialism

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe calls US extending sanctions 'baffling'

The United States first imposed sanctions, including financial and travel restrictions, in 2003.

Zimbabwe calls US extending sanctions 'baffling'

AJ Impact

Beyond thirst: Inside Zimbabwe's water crisis

Shortages of clean, affordable water threaten individual and public health in the troubled Southern African nation.

Beyond thirst: Inside Zimbabwe's water crisis

Africa

At least 20 people trapped in Zimbabwe mine collapse

Operators were alerted after the miners failed to surface at the end of their shift.

At least 20 people trapped in Zimbabwe mine collapse

Africa

'Helpless and abandoned': African students in Wuhan

Stuck in the epicentre of a viral outbreak, young African students urge their governments to evacuate them.

African students trapped in coronavirus-hit Wuhan plead for help

AJ Impact

Cold-shouldered by China and the West, Zimbabwe warms up to UAE

Zimbabwe is courting the UAE, trying to strengthen trade and investment ties, sources tell Bloomberg.

 Cold-shouldered by China and the West, Zimbabwe warms up to UAE

AJ Impact

Zimbabwe's farmers lament: 'The taxes are just too much'

Despite food crisis, Zimbabwe fields lie fallow as farmers grapple with drought, hyperinflation and onerous taxes.

Zimbabwe's farmers lament: 'The taxes are just too much'

Africa

The country I saw as home, my parents saw as oppressors

What happens when you reject the identity your parents fought for and embrace that of those they fought against?

From Zimbabwe to England: A story of war, home and identity

Sport

Tendai Mtawarira: From South Africa debut to winning World Cup

Mtawarira, who hails from Zimbabwe, looks back at his rugby career which almost derailed before taking off.

Tendai Mtawarira: From South Africa debut to winning World Cup

Africa

Zimbabwe doctor strike: Healthcare system is on the brink

Abandoned by a broken health system, many people in Zimbabwe are left to cope however they can or left to suffer alone.

Africa

Zimbabwe economy: Dire blackouts affect jobs, manufacturing

Summary: Hydroelectric power cuts affect services, jobs while pushing Zimbabwe's economy to brink of collapse.