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Zim not learning from neo-liberal historical failures

Globalisation on its own is unsympathetically affecting the economy of Zimbabwe through brain drain.
By Amh Voices Mar. 28, 2023

Malawians search for relatives buried under the mud as death toll jumps

While the storm had dissipated, rain continued to hamper rescue efforts as vehicles struggled on flooded roads.
By Reuters Mar. 19, 2023

Vulnerable urban households likely to be stressed

Crop conditions in the northern parts of the country were ranging from “average” to “good”, while in the southern parts, it was mainly “mediocre” to “poor”.
By Amh Voices Feb. 28, 2023

Zimbos turn to mopane worms as hunger bites

As a result, traditional income-generating activities such as selling vegetables and fruit, barter trade, and casual labour have been on the decline.

Govt pledges grain to hungry communities

This comes as statistics have indicated that 3,8 million people in the country are food insecure and require urgent assistance.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 21, 2023

Power shortages, poor roads stall grain deliveries: Govt

GOVERNMENT says the country’s badly damaged roads and electricity challenges resulted in delays in grain deliveries to distribution points.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 20, 2023

Shot in arm for starving villagers

ZimVac report said thousands of households in Nkayi and Mangwe were facing starvation following a poor harvest last year.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 19, 2023

ED food security claims raise dust

Political analysts said Mnangagwa’s remarks contradicted the WFP, which estimates that 38% of Zimbabwe’s population is food insecure.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jan. 27, 2023

WFP to spend US$40 million on vulnerable communities

WFP is supporting Zimbabwe to curb this cyclical food crisis that runs from October to March annually.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 27, 2023