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Zimbabweans Find Risk and Reward in Illegal Fishing

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: EarthEconomyJobs

Zimbabwe’s growing number of unlicensed fishermen face extreme risks, from hippos to the authorities. But as the country dips further into economic crisis, many see no other choice.

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Eager for Ways to Buy Staples, Zimbabweans Turn to Technology

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: EconomyEntrepreneurshipMigrationMoney

With inflation tightening its grip on Zimbabwe, people are hungry for ways to get groceries from abroad, but many traditional methods are expensive and inconvenient. But new technology might offer some relief.

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Zimbabwean Recites Poem at Festival

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Moments

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Rising Costs and Dwindling Land Put Traditional Burials Out of Reach for Many Zimbabweans

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: AutonomyEconomyHuman RightsInfrastructure

Cultural tradition dictates that families bury deceased Zimbabweans at their rural homes, where they can watch over living relatives and rest in peace. But the rising cost of living has forced many families to bury loved ones in cities, and space is running out.

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Weaving Chairs in Zimbabwean Shopping Center

Region: Zimbabwe

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Traditional Healers in Zimbabwe Need Licenses to Sell Their Medicine Legally. But Most Say it Isn’t Worth It.

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: HealthPower

The Zimbabwean government requires traditional healers to apply for formal approval to sell their medicine legally. But so far, only one man has received it. Other traditional healers say the process is too long and too expensive.

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In Cash-Strapped Zimbabwe, Convenience of Mobile Money Comes at a Steep Cost

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: DevelopmentEconomyMoney

Zimbabweans have long struggled with cash shortages, and many have turned to “mobile money” for daily transactions. With no need for a bank account, the system is convenient – at least, until it's time to make a withdrawal.

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Sunday Mass With the Choir in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

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Prized Cattle Are Thinned, Butchered Amid Zimbabwe’s Economic and Climate Crises

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: AgricultureClimateEarthEconomyEnvironment

Less pasture means thinner cattle, leaving farmers with few options to keep their livestock healthy. In response, many farmers thin or butcher their herds – but even that may not be enough.

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As Cash-Strapped Zimbabwe Struggles to Deport Undocumented Migrants, Many Languish in Prison

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human MigrationHuman RightsLegal RightsMigration

In Zimbabwe, the law stipulates that undocumented migrants be deported – but the country, in the midst of an economic crisis, can rarely afford to carry out the deportation. In the meantime, with nowhere to go but local prisons, migrants can only wait.

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