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Takudzwa Munyaka

Takudzwa Munyaka

    Kidnapping rattles Zim activists
    Kidnapping rattles Zim activists
    The abduction this week of Zimbabwean journalist and pro-democracy activist Itai Dzamara has put activists in the country on edge.
    Zim strike casts patient care aside
    Zim strike casts patient care aside
    It's midday outside the casualty section of Parirenyatwa, Zimbabwe's biggest public hospital situated in the capital Harare. It feels as if the...
    Zimbabwean officials deny vice-president's resignation
    Zimbabwean officials deny vice-president's resignation
    Officials in Joice Mujuru's office and senior Zanu-PF officials have denied reports that the Zimbabwean vice-president has resigned,...
    All-powerful Morgan Tsvangirai draws fire
    All-powerful Morgan Tsvangirai draws fire
    Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, consolidated his power over the Movement for Democratic Change at the MDC-T's elective...
    Sub-Saharan Africans worst affected by undernourishment
    Sub-Saharan Africans worst affected by undernourishment
    Undernourishment measures the quality of food available, laying particular emphasis on protein and energy content.
    Battling Zanu-PF calls in its debts
    Battling Zanu-PF calls in its debts
    Preparations for Zanu-PF's sixth congress, which will be held in December, are under way and the indications are that the cash-strapped party will...
    Grace Mugabe sets out to charm the people
    Grace Mugabe sets out to charm the people
    President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace is moving to build her support base and national profile by engaging traditional leaders and Zanu-PF's...
    Zanu-PF succession battle: Mugabe ditches neutrality
    Zanu-PF succession battle: Mugabe ditches neutrality
    Infighting in Zanu-PF has compromised President Robert Mugabe's perceived neutrality as he is increasingly seen as having joined hands with a...
    Mugabe tests SADC's power
    Mugabe tests SADC's power
    In July last year, President Robert Mugabe lashed out at regional leaders, who were insisting that Zimbabwe should hold elections in accordance with...
    Zim hospital has to beg for donor cash
    Zim hospital has to beg for donor cash
    The government's continued failure to fund the health sector adequately has forced Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo, one of the country's largest...
    [From our archives] Industrial empire Bulawayo reduced to a ghost town
    [From our archives] Industrial empire Bulawayo reduced to a ghost town
    Bulawayo, also known as the City of Kings because of its rich past as the home of the ancient Rozvi, Torwa and Ndebele kingdoms, is no longer a place...
    Zim may lose $500-million
    Zim may lose $500-million
    Controversial businessperson Billy Rautenbach is eyeing a potentially lucrative move into Zambia after nasty rows with Zimbabwean state officials...