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DIY tests for HIV beat stigma in Zimbabwe’s fight against Aids

6 August 2018, 12:07 PM

When she discovered she was HIV-positive early this year, sex worker Evelyn Msipa, 32, was alone in her rented apartment in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare.

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24 MDC Alliance members back in court

6 August 2018, 8:31 AM

Twenty-four members of Zimbabwe’s defeated opposition Movement For Democratic Change(MDC) Alliance will be back in court on Monday on charges related to the violence that broke out in the capital last week following the announcement of the Parliamentary election results .

President Emmerson Mnangagwa casts his ballot

Zimbabwe prays for peace after poll violence

5 August 2018, 3:53 PM

Clergymen led prayers for peace as Zimbabweans went to church for the first Sunday service since this week’s historic elections, marred by deadly violence and fraud claims.

Zimbabwe’s post-election violence victims laid to rest

5 August 2018, 8:00 AM

Three of the victims from clashes that followed a disputed election in Zimbabwe were buried on Saturday.

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says they will challenge the results legally.

MDC Alliance does not accept Zimbabwean election results

3 August 2018, 3:23 PM

Police in Harare armed with shields, batons and helmets have forced journalists away from a scheduled Movement of Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance media briefing that was to be hosted by leader, Nelson Chamisa.

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