Cyclone idai

Cyclone idai

National News
THREE Chipinge men landed themselves in trouble after being found in possession of suspected Cyclone Idai loot worth over ZW$1 000, which they claimed was given to them by soldiers for safe keeping. ...
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GOVERNMENT has secured land for Cyclone Idai victims in Chimanimani who were left homeless by the floods and are currently living in tents. ...
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National News
BORDER Timbers Limited (BTL) reported a 32% increase in revenue to ZWL$20,8 million in the nine months ended March 31, 2019 compared to ZWL$15,7 million in the prior year due to improved lumber sales. ...
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National News
THE European Union (EU) has availed €7 million for disaster management response to Zimbabwe and other southern African countries that are failing to attend to natural disasters. ...
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National News
THE United States government says it will provide an additional $600 000 to assist about 1 700 smallholder farmers in Chimanimani district to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. ...
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National News
FORMER Kuwadzana MP Betty Nhambu-Kaseke (Zanu PF) has brought smiles to hundreds of Cyclone Idai victims after she donated some bales of clothes, children’s shoes and two tonnes of sorghum through the Zanu PF women’s league. ...
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National News
The Community Working Group on Health (CWGH) in partnership with Medico International has donated items aimed at promoting the health of vulnerable communities in Cyclone Idai-ravaged areas. ...
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Soccer Sport
WORLD soccer governing body, Fifa has pledged to construct a modern football stadium in Chimanimani as part of efforts to help rehabilitate sporting facilities that were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. ...
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National News
HARARE, Zimbabwe, 13 May 2019 – UNICEF has received US$150,000 from the Government of Japan to strengthen its response towards the Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation (PSEA), and improvement of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Cyclone Idai-affected districts of Zimbabwe. ...
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National News
Cyclone Idai, the worst tropical cyclone to hit Southern Africa in recent times, was characterised by heavy rains and flooding including mudslides in some parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. It left more than 750 dead, with thousands marooned in remote rural areas, while others are still unaccounted for. ...
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National News ZimDecides18
More than 600 people were killed by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique alone, many in landslides and floods. Another tropical storm, Kenneth, brought strong winds and more heavy rain to the southern African nation in the coming days. ...
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National News
THE World Bank yesterday announced that it had mobilised over half a billion dollars in new resources to help people in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe affected by Cyclone Idai. ...
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National News
OPPOSITION Freezim Congress leader Joseph Busha has challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to prove to the nation that he has the capacity to resolve the rising economic challenges facing the country. ...
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Arts & Culture Slider
LOCAL artiste Maestro weMhanda has penned a song titled Dutu Remvura dedicated to Cyclone IdaI survivors after he was deeply touched by those who were affected and those that lost their lives in Chimanimani and parts of Chipinge. ...
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National News
FOOD, home and personal care products producer Unilever Zimbabwe has handed over hygiene-related products to assist towards meeting the basic needs of Cyclone Idai survivors to Higher Life Foundation and Oxfam International for distribution. ...
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National News
IT remains a puzzle. More like an endless search for closure as those who are missing their loved ones after Cyclone Idai continue to be taken from pillar to post, with each intervention failing to accord them what they wish for — to give their relatives a decent burial, or to at least know where their bodies lie. ...
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National News
MUTARE-based freelance journalist Sydney Saize was arrested on Thursday while investigating the alleged looting and partisan distribution of food aid to Cyclone Idai victims at Ngangu Primary School in Chimanimani. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
COMMUNICATION is a sustainable initiative which reflects the preparedness of businesses, organisations and the media’s desire to participate in sustainability reporting. ...
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Arts & Culture
GOSPEL music outfit Masvingo Worship Choir has rebranded its worship festival, inaugurated in May last year, from All White Worship Festival to Hallelujah Festival ...
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National News
RESIDENTS in Chipinge town have heaved a sigh of relief after restoration of running water supplies following destruction of infrastructure, including tanks and pipes by Cyclone Idai-induced floods two weeks ago. ...
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National News
GOVERNMENT should include disaster risk reduction, preparedness, mitigation and adaptation studies in schools’ new curriculum starting from primary level to avert calamities in the event of natural catastrophes, the Zimbabwe Red Cross has said. ...
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National News
HOTELS Association of Zimbabwe (Haz) vice-president Clive Chinwada has said tourism players in Manicaland provinces were left counting their losses after Cyclone Idai destroyed most infrastructure in most parts of the southern Eastern Highlands. ...
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Business Slider
GOVERNMENT is considering bringing in fuel by road after Cyclone Idai flattened Mozambique’s port city of Beira linking the country’s fuel pipeline. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
As we count losses and grieve in the aftermath of the unprecedented recent cyclone tragedy, there is a special group of vulnerable people that seems forgotten. The elderly are usually passed over and neglected in most crises. They are amongst the most affected people in the tragedy and some are unaccounted for. ...
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National News
SHEARWATER Adventures and Chikopokopo Tour Operators in Victoria Falls have dispatched two six-seater long-range helicopters and water rafters to cyclone-ravaged Chimanimani to help in rescue operations. ...
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National News
ONE of the country’s major fuel suppliers, Total Zimbabwe, has warned of a possible shortage of petrol and diesel due to the effects of Cyclone Idai, which destroyed a lot of infrastructure in the Mozambican port City of Beira. ...
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