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Zimbabwe needs healing — and its doctors are on call

Strikes by medical professionals are the only language the Mnangagwa regime seems to understand

‘No stone unturned’ in search for missing Mugabe critic

Mujuru has promised to track down missing Mugabe critic Itai Dzamara

The flame of justice flickers on

A new breed of African freedom fighter is emerging, challenging authoritarianism with pure ideas that seek nothing but progress through liberty

Zimbabwe mum on abducted activist

Three years and one regime later, Itai Dzamara’s family is still waiting for information about his fate

‘Itai Dzamara’s only sin was speaking up’

It became clear that the freedoms we hoped would follow independence have been taken away by our own government

Mixed emotions for  ‘disappeared’ journo’s family after Mugabe fall

Patson Dzamara's older brother, Itai, has been missing for more than two years after speaking out against the Mugabe regime

Counting the hours: 14 400 since Itai Dzamara disappeared

The missing journalist’s brother Patson vows not to remain silent “in the face of increasing oppression” by Zimbabwean authorities.

Zimbabwe MPs in travel scam

Members of Parliament who represent constituencies outside Harare are raking in millions of Zimbabwean dollars every month from transport and accommodation allowances, despite staying in the capital most of the time they are attending parliamentary sessions, investigations by the <i>Zimbabwe Independent</i> have revealed.

Sewage seeps into Harare water supply

Former Harare Mayor, Elias Mudzuri, has said residents of the Zimbabwean capital and satellite towns are consuming water contaminated with raw sewage and that water supplies could run dry next month due to fighting over the past year between government and the Movement for Democratic Change.

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