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About Kudzayi
Kudzayi Zvinavashe is a journalist/ photojournalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He has contributed content to various local and international publications. His bylines can be found at ****** ****** ****** ****** among many other platforms.
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This is an opinion piece commissioned by the Washington Post following the death of Zimbabwe's former ruler, Robert Mugabe. Mugabe was known by many titles such as a tyrant, a champion, a liberator, a father, and more.

ICASA Conference in Zimbabwe Focuses on Inequality, Inclusion in AIDS Fight

04 Dec 2023  |  Voice of America
The 22nd International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) is being held with a focus on addressing inequalities and accelerating inclusion and innovation in the fight against AIDS and STIs. Dr. Bernard Madzima, head of Zimbabwe's National Aids Council, highlighted the conference's goals, including leadership in the HIV sector, scientific evidence for programs, and showcasing Zimbabwe's progress in meeting the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets. The conference will also address equity, inclusion, diversity, domestic funding, community response, and policy formation based on evidence. Despite a recent cholera outbreak in Harare, Health Minister Dr. Douglas Mombeshora assured that the situation is under control and will not affect the conference. The event will feature high-level meetings and exhibitions, with a special session by Zimbabwe’s first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa and her counterparts to discuss combating AIDS and STIs.

ICASA Conference in Zimbabwe Focuses on Inequality, Inclusion in AIDS Fight

04 Dec 2023  |  voaafrica.com
The 22nd International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) is being held with a focus on addressing inequalities and accelerating inclusion and innovation in the fight against AIDS and STIs. Dr. Bernard Madzima, head of Zimbabwe's National Aids Council, highlighted the conference's goals, including leadership in the HIV sector, scientific evidence for programs, and showcasing Zimbabwe's progress in meeting the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets. The conference will also address equity, inclusion, diversity, domestic funding, community response, and policy formation based on evidence. Despite a recent cholera outbreak in Harare, Health Minister Dr. Douglas Mombeshora assured that the situation is under control and will not affect the conference. The event will feature high-level meetings and exhibitions, with a special session by Zimbabwe’s first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa and her counterparts to discuss combating AIDS and STIs.

Preservation Project Set for Great Zimbabwe

01 Oct 2023  |  www.voaafrica.com
The Great Zimbabwe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is undergoing a preservation project supported by the French Development Agency and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). The project aims to enhance sustainable tourism and cultural heritage management in Zimbabwe. Key efforts include using 3D technology to monitor and restore the ancient stone structures and building new facilities to improve visitor experience. The project, which began in June, is expected to be completed in three years, with collaboration from local tourism authorities to market Masvingo as a tourism destination.

Spread of Cholera Cases Puts Southern Africa on Alert

24 May 2023  |  voaafrica.com
Southern Africa is on high alert due to a spread of cholera cases, with recent outbreaks in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. Poor waste water management and local government instability are cited as causes. The World Health Organization reports 28 million people affected in the region and seeks $171 million for containment. Zimbabwe's first case was recorded on April 24, with 358 cases to date. Harare's mayor is increasing water tankers and providing free aqua tablets. Malawi's outbreak, the worst in 20 years, has resulted in over 1,000 deaths. The United Nations warns that a billion people in 43 countries are at risk, highlighting a desperate need for resources.

The Return and Arrest of Zimbabwe's #ThisFlag Movement Leader

09 Feb 2023  |  Washington Post
The article discusses the arrest of Evan Mawarire, a pastor in Zimbabwe who became famous for his Facebook video that sparked the #ThisFlag movement, criticizing the state of the nation and President Robert Mugabe's regime. Mawarire was arrested upon his return to Zimbabwe and charged with subverting the constitutional order, a charge that could lead to decades in prison. The movement he led had gained significant traction in July 2016 when he called for a national stay-at-home protest, which saw a massive response. However, after his arrest and subsequent departure to South Africa and the United States, the movement lost momentum. His recent return has reignited interest in the movement, but it remains to be seen if it will regain its previous influence.

The Return and Arrest of Zimbabwe's #ThisFlag Movement Leader

09 Feb 2023  |  washingtonpost.com
The article discusses the arrest of Evan Mawarire, a pastor in Zimbabwe who became famous for his Facebook video that sparked the #ThisFlag movement, criticizing the state of the nation and President Robert Mugabe's regime. Mawarire was arrested upon his return to Zimbabwe and charged with subverting the constitutional order, a charge that could lead to decades in prison. The movement he led had gained significant traction in July 2016 when he called for a national stay-at-home protest, which saw a massive response. However, after his arrest and subsequent departure to South Africa and the United States, the movement lost momentum. His recent return has reignited interest in the movement, but it remains to be seen if it will regain its previous influence.

The article titled The caddy or the cart looks into the grievances of Zimbabwean gold caddies that were crying foul as the players were now opting for the push cart instead of paying a caddy for round of the game. This trend has been greatly influenced by the biting economy of Zimbabwe

I wrote this article after having traveled through Mozambique by bus, in the article I reflect on the country's situation.

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