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By Nick Schifrin, Zeba Warsi
Rising prices and a fast depreciating currency have pushed many in Zimbabwe to the brink, reminding people of when the southern African country faced world-record inflation of 5 billion percent in 2008.
By Farai Mutsaka, Associated Press
As 2021 comes to a close, many people in richer parts of the globe are fretting over the risk of contracting COVID-19 and how rising infections are upending their holiday plans.
Some in wheelchairs, others on canes, hundreds of South Africans waited recently on the ramps of an open-air Johannesburg parking garage to get their COVID-19 vaccine shots. Despite the masks, social distancing and blustery weather of the Southern Hemisphere winter,…
By Andrew Meldrum, Associated Press
In many instances, Zimbabwean women have become leaders to help the country grapple with the double trauma of COVID-19 and ongoing economic deterioration.
By Associated Press
From tweeting to Whatsapp texting, singing in public or marching in the streets, those who speak out against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government are finding themselves in trouble.
Zimbabwean rights groups say the military and police are arresting scores of opposition members and activists after authorities thwarted an anti-government protest last week.
Zimbabwe's public hospital nurses have joined a doctors' strike over a lack of protective gear as the coronavirus spreads in a country whose health system has nearly collapsed.
Zimbabwe's defense minister has described the coronavirus as God's way of punishing the United States and other western countries for imposing sanctions on Zimbabwe.
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