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As Bond Note Value Drops, Zimbabwean Money Clubs Watch Savings Disappear

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: EconomyMoney

Members of savings groups in Zimbabwe eagerly anticipate receiving the money they’ve saved incrementally over the previous year. But as the bond note continues to drop in value, some members are in for a rude awakening.

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Zimbabwean Writer Treads Carefully as She Promotes Book About Notorious Massacre

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human Rights

The Zimbabwean government has long discouraged open discussion of Gukurahundi, a notorious series of massacres. Writer Novuyo Rosa Tshuma had trouble finding details about this grisly time in the country’s history – so she decided to write a book about it.

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Under a New President, Zimbabweans Tentatively Acknowledge Bloody Past

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human Rights

With former President Robert Mugabe out of power, Zimbabweans are less reluctant to discuss the country’s legacy of human rights abuses. Still, a comprehensive investigation of the crimes seems unlikely – and many believe it’s better that way.

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Zimbabwean Children Dance on Cleanup Day

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Moments

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Curing Tobacco in Zimbabwe Requires Trees. Can Tobacco Farmers Plant Enough of Them to Save Their Own Industry?

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: BusinessEnvironment

Zimbabwe’s tobacco industry is thriving, but its forests are not even though the government has set aside money for reforestation. Now, tobacco farmers, who rely on burning wood to cure their crop, are taking those efforts into their own hands.

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Zimbabwe’s Policy Ending Dialysis Fees Saves Lives But Strains Hospitals

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: AccessHealth

A new policy has made accessing dialysis at government hospitals more affordable for some. But as the number of patients grows, the strain on hospital resources may threaten everyone’s access to treatment.

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Amid Historically Low Record Sales, Zimbabwe Labels Turn to Piracy to Promote Artists

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: ArtsBusiness

Music piracy has led to declining record sales worldwide. So why are record labels in Zimbabwe encouraging it?

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Beauty Pageant Held in Zimbabwe’s Capital

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Moments

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Zimbabwe’s Ongoing Protests Are About More Than Just Fuel Prices

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human Rights

Zimbabwe has been rocked by protests in recent weeks. The demonstrations were sparked by high fuel prices, but Zimbabweans say their anger is about more than that.

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Leftover Land Mines Threaten Farmers and Livestock in Zimbabwe’s Border Regions

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: AgricultureHuman Rights

It’s been nearly 40 years since Zimbabwe gained independence, but the war still haunts the northeastern part of the country. Despite demining efforts, active land mines riddle the area, threatening local farmers’ livestock and families.

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