With a big basket, Hitele Hlalathi furiously picks grapes in a vast plantation that goes as far as the eye can see at a farm on the outskirts of South Africa’s largest city.
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YOSEPH Igdobe migrated from Nigeria to Harare two years ago. But he is fed up with unemployment.
Experts say Zimbabwe’s steeply sliding economy is again driving locals to South Africa and Botswana, as they fear that the Zimbabwean government has no solution to the problems facing the country.
Fate has somehow found her stuck deep in Tongogara refugee camp in Chipinge where she has not been able to continue with her studies and bright future aspirations are fading by the day.
WHEN Gladys Clopas of Ma-taga, Mberengwa, bore a mentally ill son, Milcah, in 1988, she thought the heavens had frowned upon her. But she never imagined that she would give birth to two more with the same condition.
By Golden Maunganidze It is natural that people who have been affected by a disaster deserve everyone’s help. Although people might want to look for the causes of the disaster…
By Tatenda Chitagu Chiefs‟ Council president, Chief Fortune Charumbira, says circumcision should be a voluntary exercise. This followed a case in which a Chiredzi man was charged with kidnapping after…
By Zupa presidium Rural children on their way to and from school are brushing shoulders with death every day due to the risky rural bridges they use. Most of these…
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