Millions of families across the continent are displaced due to armed conflict and violence.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) on Monday pledged $253 million to fund a five-year plan to end hunger in Zimbabwe.
Volumes of sold tobacco have surged to 33.3% during the first nine days of this year’s tobacco auctioning season in Zimbabwe, despite a ravaging El-Nino.
Zimbabwe on Monday played host of the Southern African Development Community’s regional World Radio Day commemorations under the theme “Radio is You”
A Zimbabwean pastor at the centre of a protest movement against President Robert Mugabe was charged on Thursday with plotting to overthrow the government and insulting the national flag.