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Covid-19: Zim’s adult rape crisis worsens
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Covid-19: Zim’s adult rape crisis worsens

The current Covid-19 crisis, to which authorities have responded with Lockdown measures, have led to an increase in incidence of adult rape in Zimbabwean homes. Review & Mail ‘s Tichaona Zindoga (TZ) spoke with Memory Kadau (MK) of the Adult Rape Clinic to understand the phenomenon. TZ:   What new information have you gained regarding Adult Rape...

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,...

World bodies say Zim among hungriest nations
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World bodies say Zim among hungriest nations

Zimbabwe has been rated as one of the world’s top global food crises in new United Nations report.  A joint press statement by World Food Programme, Food and Agriculture Organisation and UNICEF in Harare Monday afternoon noted that Zimbabwe remained in the grip of severe food insecurity. Millions of people already require humanitarian assistance due...

Covid-19, human trafficking, rights and diversity
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Covid-19, human trafficking, rights and diversity

Gerald Johnson Shirichena Review & Mail Special Correspondent COVID 19 is undeniably the major catastrophe this season worldwide and has potentially affected virtually all populations across the spectrum. This pandemic has made the world economy to shrink and reversing the gains of the global economy. As human trafficking thrives in the chaos and poverty, we...

Lockdown: What State owes women  – Interview
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Lockdown: What State owes women – Interview

Zimbabwe has been under a lockdown – a Government order to restrict movement of people and work in an during the Covid-19 pandemic – and this has affected women in ways that have been unprecedented. Review & Mail spoke to the Chairperson of the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ) Ronika Mumbire about these issues. Q:...

Covid-19: Zim women’s crisis
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Covid-19: Zim women’s crisis

Tatenda Chinyani Review & Mail Writer The current Covid-19 “lockdown” has impacted the lives of women in Zimbabwe in ways that will outlast the pandemic given the social, economic and psychological pressures that the pandemic has wrought. It has also emerged that the State might not be doing enough to protect women as they face...

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Lockdown a testing ground – Expert

Review & Mail Writer The current Covid-19 national lockdown, which has led companies to reconfigure staff and working environments is a “natural experiment” into the future of work, an expert has said. Occupational psychologist and human resources consultant, Memory Nguwi says the post-Covid-19 era will see changes in staff and outputs. He was responding inquiries...

Covid-19 and the future of work in Zim
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Covid-19 and the future of work in Zim

Tichaona Zindoga Review & Mail Head of Content The current Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic will significantly alter the way Zimbabweans work and relate to their employment establishments, the first major report into the national “Lockdown” has found out. The new dynamics will see a majority of workers preferring to work from home, while use of technology...

65 Zimbos return from Covid-struck UK, demand hotel quarantine
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65 Zimbos return from Covid-struck UK, demand hotel quarantine

Review & Mail Writer Some Zimbabweans who returned from the United Kingdom have refused to go to Government quarantine facility preferring hotels, a spokesperson has said. Information Secretary Nick Mangwana revealed late Monday afternoon. “We received 65 Zimbabweans from the UK,” said Mangwana on Twitter. “Available place of quarantine is Belvedere Teachers College. They are...

Zim at faulty, oops, forty: A country in need of fixing
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Zim at faulty, oops, forty: A country in need of fixing

Tichaona Zindoga Review & Mail Head of Content Zimbabwe observed its 40th Independence Day anniversary on Saturday. This particular milestone will be quickly forgotten, for a number of reasons. Zimbabwe observed the 2020 Independence commemorations under the dark cloud of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, which precluded the usual State-led ceremony. However, Zimbabwe has deep-seated problems...

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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...