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Settling on wetlands costly for Zimbabwe

Jackie Mbayiwa-Makuvatsine Maxwell Makushe always dreamt of owning a house in Harare as he grew up. As an accountant employed by a reputable bank in the country, Makushe’s received his…


HIFC Congratulates Humanitarian Reporters honoured by UN

Dear Colleagues and Partners; Humanitarian Information Faciliation Centre (HIFC) would like to congratulate journalists who were yesterday honoured by the United Nations for the best development reporting. Among the top…


Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims’ future bleak – Report

By Makhosi Sibanda The future of the displaced Zimbabwe’s Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims remains bleak, as they were resettled on disputed land, a recently released report by Human Rights Watch (HRW)…


World Report 2015 by Human Rights Watch

World Report 2015 is Human Rights Watch’s 25th annual review of human rights practices around the globe. It summarizes key human rights issues in more than 90 countries and territories…


Floods expose govt’s lack of preparedness

By Andrew Kunambura GOVERNMENT’S capacity to deal with floods has been brought into question following its dismal failure to mitigate against the floods that wreaked havoc around the country in…


Over 10 000 people living with HIV and Aids lose ARVs in floods

BY MARY TARUVINGA Over 10 000 people living with HIV and Aids are at risk of further compromising their health after their anti-retroviral drugs were swept away, together with other…


Relief for Manzou villagers

The High Court on Monday granted a provisional order in favour of 200 villagers who were being evicted from Manzou Estate in Mazowe. High Court judge, Justice Erica Ndewere granted…


Fate of evicted Mazowe villagers to be sealed today

THE fate of over 200 villagers who were reportedly evicted from Manzou Estate in Mazowe to pave way for First Lady Grace Mugabe’s private wildlife sanctuary will be sealed today…