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Caution: Drought relief scandal ahead

Forty-two years ago, two years after political independence, corruption levels were tame compared to the current rampant levels.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 6, 2024

Boost for expecting mothers in Chimanimani

Lions Club International Foundation poured US$100 000 towards the construction of the Vhimba Maternity Clinic.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 4, 2024

Chidambazina wins Hillside Masters

Chidambazina honed his golf skills on a nine-hole golf course which was destroyed by Cyclone Idai and has risen to become one of the most exciting golf prospects in the country.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere May. 28, 2024

Food crisis requires prompt action

High spending authorities must begin serious cutbacks to a range of luxuries, including expensive globe-trotting adventures and spending on fast cars.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Mar. 8, 2024

The use of digital technologies in disaster response and mitigation

Ethiopia has made efforts to integrate digital technologies into disaster response and mitigation.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Feb. 9, 2024

Strengthening civil society-State collaboration key to risk reduction

The cyclone also affected Masvingo and Mashonaland East provinces with Tsholotsho heavily affected in Matabeleland North.
By Tonderayi Matonho Jan. 9, 2024

Traditional concepts key in alleviating El Niño effects

Many people blamed traditional beliefs for the disaster as communes refused to leave their ancestral homes.
By Admin Jan. 5, 2024

Zim braces for another cyclone

Cyclone Idai also affected Masvingo and Mashonaland East provinces.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jan. 3, 2024

‘Climate change killed thousands in 2023’

In March 2019, Cyclone Idai struck Zimbabwe, killing 634 people and leaving a trail of destruction estimated at US$550 million.
By Lorraine Muromo Dec. 28, 2023