60 % of world’s poorest workers live in Sub-Sahara Africa – ILO

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Staff Writer A recently published International Labour Organisation report shows that the majority of the world’s poorest workers are found in Sub-Saharan Africa indicating that the figure will rise significantly...

Teachers resolve to work one day per week

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Staff Writer CHILDREN across Zimbabwe could go for the entire first term without achieving set learning outcomes owing to the teachers continued rejection of newly gazetted allowances amid intensified calls...

Chiwenga mourns 16 accident victims, pledges state assistance

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Staff Writer ACTING President, Constantine Chiwenga has issued a condolence message assuring the bereaved families of government support following Saturday’s tragic accident along the Harare Mutare Highway which has so...

EU injects US$ 18.7 million towards food aid for the vulnerable

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Staff Writer The European Union has mobilised an additional 16.8 million EUR (approx. 18.7 million USD) to help address emergency food needs and support vulnerable people in Zimbabwe. The funding comes...

Zimbabwe Drought, Hunger to Run Into 2020

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Bloomberg News A swathe of Zimbabwe, running from the southwest to the northeast, faces a “Phase 3” food crisis after a sporadic start to the November to March rainy season,...

How drought is killing Zimbabwe

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ReliefWeb/ WFP “There are some families that go to bed some days without one meal — people are struggling simply because even basic medicines are not available,” says Eddie Rowe,...