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‘AirZim doesn’t have spare parts… or money for anything’

… shocking details of rot at flag carrier Tichaona Zindoga Review & Mail Head of Content National flag carrier, Air Zimbabwe, whose plane was forced into an emergency landing in Asia this week after engine failure, has no spare parts, let alone a new engine that could be required to be mounted on the defective...

Zim fragility danger to children – Unicef
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Zim fragility danger to children – Unicef

The current Covid-19 pandemic and the existing socio-economic problems, food insecurity and other factors faced by Zimbabwe have put the country’s children in a “even harder” position. Review & Mail’s Tichaona Zindoga engaged UNICEF ZIMBABWE to find out what the dynamics mean. Already, according to the world body, poverty has a child’s face in Zimbabwe....

Plight of illegal Zim migrants in SA
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Plight of illegal Zim migrants in SA

Nyathi Bongani and Ncube Njabulo Review & Mail Correspondents Whereas overwhelming cases of the novel COVID-19 virus have been recorded in the U.S., Europe, and China; the virus has just started manifesting rapidly across the African continent. According to the African Centres for Disease Control and Preventions Africa had 44 483 and 1 801 as...

Shingi Munyeza right, Zim needs to break strongholds
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Shingi Munyeza right, Zim needs to break strongholds

Tichaona Zindoga Review & Mail Head of Content Businessman, pastor and member of President Mnangagwa’s Advisory Committee, Shingi Munyeza, made a powerful statement recently, centred on “breaking strongholds”. Munyeza is a decent and honourable man. His words are powerful and honest. In the clip, Munyeza argues that the country has suffered 40 years of stagnation...

UK barred from deporting HIV+ Zimbo
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UK barred from deporting HIV+ Zimbo

•Supreme court rules removing man with criminal record would breach human rights By The Guardian UK UK Home Office efforts to deport an HIV-positive Zimbabwean man because of his lengthy criminal record have been blocked after the supreme court ruled removing him would breach his human rights. Sending the 33-year-old man, identified only as AM,...

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Blaming China is a dangerous distraction

Chatham House For many governments, naming and shaming China appears to be a ploy to divert attention from their own lack of preparedness. Equally concerning is the growing criticism of the World Health Organization (WHO), not least by Donald Trump who has attacked the organization – and threatens to withdraw US funding – for supposedly failing to...

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Coronavirus: Battle against misinformation

Davison Kaiyo Review & Mail Writer In the absence of official information, misinformation thrives. In times of crisis this becomes a major challenge than the crisis itself. The mischievous among us can cease the opportunity and begin to peddle their own version of the truth and this can be a threat to public health and...

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Water crisis has degraded and dehumanised us – Editorial

In this week’s issue we dedicate much insight into the ongoing water crisis in Harare.It is a crisis that has gone on for over two decades, and one that has seen so much trading of accusations between Government and the local authority, Harare City Council.Amid the crumbling infrastructure, disease and death, the crisis has at...

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Water crisis has degraded and dehumanised us – Editorial

In this week’s issue we dedicate much insight into the ongoing water crisis in Harare.It is a crisis that has gone on for over two decades, and one that has seen so much trading of accusations between Government and the local authority, Harare City Council.Amid the crumbling infrastructure, disease and death, the crisis has at...

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Ex perm sec fingered in equipment, US$100m cash scam

Muzivi Mhiripiri Mail & Review Writer Former Health and Child Care permanent secretary Brigadier General (Rtd) Dr Gerald Gwinji is being fingered to have allegedly abused a USD$100 million loan from China. He allegedly superintended over the purchase of non functional equipment with part of the money while the rest disappeared into thin air. Gwinji...