Beitbridge: rising human and economic toll shows need to urgently fix border chaos

The deaths and losses building at Beitbridge show the urgent need to clean up graft and expand infrastructure at one of Africa’s busiest borders. 

She refused to watch her neighbours go hungry. She’s our newZWire Person of The...

Just days into the COVID-19 lockdown, Samantha Murozoki discovered that a neighbour and her family were going hungry.  With markets shut down, they, like...

New report: Cropping better than season, but still lower than expected

Zimbabwean farmers have planted more crops this year than last season, but the cropped area is still lower than expected, the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET) says. Widespread heavy...

Zimbabwe 2020: The rare good news stories that you might have missed

In a year in which hyperinflation raged, incomes were eroded, and the political crisis showed no sign of easing, it was hard to find anything resembling good news on...
Zimbabwe 2020

Zimbabwe in 2020: The year of constant outrage

Zimbabwe does not produce much in its factories, but we produce political analysts, pundits and prophets in industrial quantities. Yet, if one among their number tells you that they saw...

OPINION | Afreximbank: An African bank on trial for Zimbabwe?

By Anver Versi One of the features of our digital age is the enormous power of social media to influence our opinions and even our world views. While most social media...