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Election coverage met with violence in Zimbabwe

Mangudya said the assailants appeared to be Zanu -PF security.
By VOA Oct. 23, 2022

Feature: Feared Nyau dancers try to change public image

Members hope that the more people learn about the true identity of Gule Wamkulu, the more easily they will recognize the copiers.
By VOA Nov. 29, 2022

Ramaphosa escapes impeachment

The lawmakers voted 214 to 148 against the move to impeach Ramaphosa.
By VOA Dec. 14, 2022

Violence fears abound ahead of 2023 elections

Amnesty International called on Zimbabwe to fully investigate a video showing the ruling-party youth beating and kicking older supporters of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC).
By VOA Jan. 12, 2023

Feature: UN eyes revival of millets as global grain uncertainty grows

Millets, including sorghum, now take up over two hectares of her land — a patch where maize was once the crop of choice.
By VOA Feb. 14, 2023

Millions of Chinese Blacklisted for Debt as Loan Defaults Hit Record High

He added that private enterprises in China used to be able to borrow from each other, so they didn’t have to rely on banks alone, but that too has dried up.
By VOA Dec. 21, 2023

Zambia enacts new Access to Information law

Grant Tungay, the spokesperson for the Zambian Civil Society Organizations’ Coalition on Access to Information, or ATI, said the new law is not perfect, but it is a good start.
By VOA Jan. 10, 2024