Amid Zimbabwe’s mass exodus, meet the doctors and nurses who stayed behind

A friend recommended a nearby clinic operating illegally in someone’s home. “I had a conviction that this was the only immediate option,” she says.
By Gamuchirai Masiyiwa May. 16, 2024

Zim’s cannabis hopefuls face EU blowback

Zimbabwe legalised cannabis production in 2018, saying the crop, could be grown for medicinal and export purposes.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 21, 2023

Zim is losing trained talent to British hypocrisy

The United Kingdom, which is buckling under a deepening shortage of nurses and teachers after exiting the European Union.
By Ashley Simango Feb. 10, 2023

Meeting essential human needs

The digitalisation of the global economy has just made things worse, we live in a divided world where the “haves” get richer and the rest continuously slide into poverty.
By Eddie Cross Dec. 11, 2022