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  1. Zimbabwean comedian Victor Mpofu, aka Doc Vikela, discusses ideas for his next skit with staff at h

    Comedian mocks Zimbabwe's government, despite fear of reprisal

    Victor Mpofu is using satire to shine a light on Zimbabwe's political problems, reaching a growing audience despite living in fear of retribution ...
  2. Zimbabwean novelist,Tsitsi Dangarembga, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Harare

    After arrest, Zimbabwean novelist decries state "chokehold"

    A prize-winning Zimbabwean novelist and filmmaker arrested at recent protests accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government on Tuesday of ...
  3. Packaged cigars,made by  Zimbabwean company Mosi-Oa-Tunya Cigars, are displayed in a shop in Harare

    Ready to roll: Zimbabwe cigar venture eyes smokers at home and abroad

    A newly established Zimbabwean company has started making cigars for export, aiming to take on established players while developing a culture of ...
  4. Former Indian cricketer and current BCCI, president Sourav Ganguly speaks to BCCI secretary Jay Sha

    Cricket: India cancel tour to Zimbabwe due to coronavirus concerns

    India will not travel to Zimbabwe for a one-day international series in August due to the threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of ...
  5. A girl demonstrates how to use a reusable sanitary pad kit provided by Plan International in Nigeri

    Pandemic worsens pain of periods for women across the world: NGO

    Millions of women worldwide are facing shortages of sanitary products, price hikes, and worsened stigma while managing periods during the ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: A cow stands on caked mud before a small patch of water at a dam near Bulawayo

    Zimbabwe's drought-hit Bulawayo limits tap water to just a day a week

    Zimbabwe's second biggest city of Bulawayo limited access to tap water to just one day a week on Friday as reservoir levels fall to dangerously ...
  7. Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa speaks

    Zimbabwe president threatens 20 years jail over fake lockdown statement

    Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday threatened 20 years in jail to the author of a statement purporting to bear his signature that ...