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Reform, Not Repression, is the Answer in Zimbabwe

Washington, DC — As a group of policy practitioners, activists, former diplomats, and academics, the Zimbabwe Working Group deplores repressive actions by the Zimbabwean government that have intensified human suffering and trampled constitutional rights. We welcome initial efforts by the South African government to address this crisis. We urge the international …

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‘Zim Crisis a Threat to Peace’

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) says the various crisis in Zimbabwe, which have given birth to several clashes between the government and citizens, are a big threat to a peaceful nation and development. In its International Peace Day message, (ZimRights) said the current health crises, will further worsen the …

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NBSZ Partners Facebook to Boost Blood Donations

The National Blood Service of Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has partnered Facebook to shore up the number of blood donors amid dwindling levels of the national blood bank. Facebook Public Policy Director Kojo Boayke, speaking in a zoom meeting last Wednesday, said NBSZ has joined eight other African countries who are using …

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Villagers in Drought Ravaged Silobela Surviving On Wild Root

Starving villagers in drought ravaged Silobela are now surviving on wild roots as hunger continues to take its toll in the Midlands rural area. Zibagwe Rural District Council (ZRDC) councillor Willard Moyo said the situation was very dire in Silobela. “The situation for the villagers has turned for the worse …

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