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Past articles by Jeffrey:

Zimbabwe: Solar Cures Energy Ills At Zimbabwe's Power-Short Clinics

Solar power systems at health centres enable live-saving equipment to function, vaccines to be refrigerated, computers to work and patients to get better treatment - and they are good for the climate → Read More

Zimbabwe: As the Dead Are Buried, Trees Rise in Cemeteries

A funeral firm push to plant a tree for each person buried is helping combat deforestation and drought → Read More

Zimbabwe: Night - Perfect Cover for Aids Testing in Zimbabwe

"I was so filled with fear and shame to get tested for HIV/AIDS during the day because I just felt I could bump into some people who know me" → Read More

Zimbabwe: Worse Than Dogs and Pigs

"The more my family took me to prophets and traditional healers, the more gay I became" → Read More

Once Decimated by AIDS, Zimbabwe’s Khoisan Tribe Embraces Treatment

Africa, Featured, Headlines, Health, Indigenous Rights, Poverty & SDGs Once Decimated by AIDS, Zimbabwe’s Khoisan Tribe Embraces Treatment Members of Zimbabwe’s Khoisan tribe perform a traditional dance during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign conducted by Tsoro-O-Tso San, a development trust that aids the tribe. Credit: Jeffrey Moyo/IPS TSHOLOTSHO, Zimbabwe, Aug 31 2017 (IPS) -… → Read More

Zimbabwe: Pothole Plagued Harare Seeks to Build Climate-Resilient Roads

Heavy traffic snakes through downtown Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, manoeuvring along the potholed roads as impatient motorists hoot at one other, while pedestrians try to cross the congested streets, weaving through slow-moving cars. → Read More

From El Nino Drought to Floods, Zimbabwe’s Double Trouble

Africa, Aid, Climate Change, Combating Desertification and Drought, Development & Aid, Environment, Food & Agriculture, Headlines, Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, Poverty & SDGs, Water & Sanitation From El Nino Drought to Floods, Zimbabwe’s Double Trouble This story updates "El Nino-Induced Drought in Zimbabwe" published on April 29, 2016. Even luxury homes in the Zimbabwean… → Read More

Disabled Persons Not Part of AIDS Success in Zimbabwe

Africa, Development & Aid, Education, Headlines, Health, Poverty & SDGs Disabled Persons Not Part of AIDS Success in Zimbabwe SHURUGWI, Zimbabwe, Dec 22 2015 (IPS) - Wheelchair-bound, her body now skeletal from full blown AIDS, disabled 38-year-old Melisa Chigumba attempts to wave away a swarm of flies hovering around her face as she sits outside her home in Chachacha, a remote area in Shurugwi,… → Read More

Africa Clinches Mega Development Prospects

The Week of the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, focusing on the continent's infrastructural development ended today with resolutions that could catapult huge advances for Africa. → Read More

Zimbabweans Align With Climate-Smart Agriculture Amid Food Deficits

With droughts wreaking havoc in vast areas of Zimbabwe, a majority of people here are fast falling in line with climate-smart agriculture (CSA) as food deficits continue. → Read More

Zimbabweans Align with Climate-Smart Agriculture Amid Food Deficits

Africa, Climate Change, Conferences, Environment, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Global, Headlines Zimbabweans Align with Climate-Smart Agriculture Amid Food Deficits Climate-smart agriculture is popular with many Zimbabweans here battling food deficits and as a result even some areas and regions like Mwenezi district in Masvingo Province (pictured) that used to be dry and unfit for agriculture,… → Read More

Africa Gears for Infrastructural Boom

The upcoming week for the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA), which runs from November 13-17 in Abidjan, the capital city of Ivory Coast, is set to throw this continent into the full gear of infrastructural boom, development experts here say. → Read More

Africa Gears for Infrastructural Boom

Africa, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Headlines, Trade & Investment Africa Gears for Infrastructural Boom HARARE, Zimbabwe, Nov 13 2015 (IPS) - The upcoming week for the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA), which runs from November 13-17 in Abidjan, the capital city of Ivory Coast, is set to throw this continent into the full gear of infrastructural boom, development… → Read More

Zimbabwe: Press Freedom Shaken in Zimbabwe

Press freedom in this Southern African nation has been shaken abruptly, this time surprisingly, with members of the police force heavily descending on journalists working for state-owned media → Read More

Africa's Senior Citizens Cornered By Poverty

Kenya has made tremendous steps towards ensuring that the elderly population does not slide into extreme poverty, hunger and, consequently, premature death. → Read More