Kudzai Chimhangwa

Kudzai Chimhangwa

Harare, Zimbabwe


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Kudzai Chimhangwa

Kudzai Chimhangwa is an independent journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe. I regularly travel to Namibia, Mozambique, Botswana, Malawi and South Africa in pursuit of news assignments. I have worked as a staff reporter in Namibia and Zimbabwe for independent publications and been freelancing thereafter for 7 years. Additionally, i have done investigative reporting for the United States based Centre for Investigative Reporting. In 2016, i worked as a fixer for a Danish TV news crew, traversing the length and breadth of South Africa and Zimbabwe.

For that in depth multi media news and analysis of events and their implications within the wider construct of regional grouping Southern African Development Community (SADC), Kudzai is the journalist to contact.

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English Ndebele Shona Zulu

http://www.thevillager.com.na/articles/7706/BEE-law-disadvantages-locals/

This analysis looks at the pros and cons of the Namibian government's black economic empowerment policy. Interestingly, the article generated a lot of debate in the topic which is of increasing importance to impoverished Namibians, wishing to enter the business sector.


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This article was a brief feature highlighting the extent of industrial demise owing to failed economic policies in Zimbabwe.


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http://www.thevillager.com.na/articles/7654/Agriculture-gets-N-900m-boost-from-EU/

This article was basically a informative piece highlighting a € 68 million support project to Namibia's agricultural sector. The initiative was aimed at providing direct support for farmers without access to European markets for their products.


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http://www.thevillager.com.na/articles/7654/Agriculture-gets-N-900m-boost-from-EU/

This article was basically a informative piece highlighting a € 68 million support project to Namibia's agricultural sector. The initiative was aimed at providing direct support for farmers without access to European markets for their products.


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This article was the product of collaborative investigative work between myself and journalists from the United States, Denmark, Malawi and South Africa. The Charity in question has been fleecing the donor community of millions of dollars. I was based in Zimbabwe where the headquarters are and spent the better part of 2016 carrying out investigative work on the charity's modus operandi as well as establishing sources. The results of the work we did was an international audit of the NGO by big organizations such as UNICEF, USAID and the UK's DFID.


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