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Nkululeko Sibanda

Nkululeko Sibanda

    Zim prisoners have no food or soap
    Zim prisoners have no food or soap
    Activists and former inmates say conditions in Zimbabwe jails are shocking, and basic conditions such as providing hygiene and food aren't being met.
    Death of Zim's vice-president spurs debate about Unity Accord
    Death of Zim's vice-president spurs debate about Unity Accord
    The death of Zimbabwe's vice-president, John Landa Nkomo, has revived discussions in Zanu-PF about the relevance of the 1987 Unity Accord.
    Death of Zimbabwe Vice-President Nkomo sparks debate
    Death of Zimbabwe Vice-President Nkomo sparks debate
    The death of John Landa Nkomo, Zimbabwe's vice-president and founding member of PF-Zapu, has revived discussions surrounding the 1987 Unity Accord.
    Poor rains intensify food crisis in rural Zimbabwe
    Poor rains intensify food crisis in rural Zimbabwe
    About 1.6-million Zimbabweans, most of them in rural areas, urgently need food aid because of low rainfall and a drop in agricultural production.
    Poor-nation status to give Zim a debt lifeline
    Poor-nation status to give Zim a debt lifeline
    Zimbabwe, which is struggling to clear international debt of $11-billion, is about to join about 40 other nations as a highly-indebted poor country.