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Simiso Mlevu

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About Simiso
Simiso Mlevu is a journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe. She covers Human Rights, Climate justice, Environmental Justice, Politics as well as Gender and Extractives issues. Simiso is currently serving as a communication for development practitioner at the Centre for Natural Resource Governance. She has worked for The Herald, B-Metro, uMthunywa and Bulawayo24.com. 

Her work has featured in the South African Broadcasting Corporation Television, Gabz FM and The Standard.
Languages
English Ndebele Shona
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Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Documentaries
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Politics Current Affairs Science & Environment
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Water rationing as a result of drought conditions in Zimbabwe’s second largest city, Bulawayo, have led to the proliferation of informal water vendors, some of whom are selling water at a price that is beyond the reach of many of the 650,000 residents

In January 2019, there were spontaneous demonstrations across Zimbabwe over increase in Fuel prices. Internet was shut down in a bid to curtail the spread of information. This story gives an insight into what transpired in Zimbabwe's second largest city,

Veteran Nationalist Cde Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu Dies

30 May 2017  |  chronicle.co.zw
Veteran nationalist and Zanu-PF Central Committee member, Cde Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu, passed away at 86 due to prostate cancer. He was the former Deputy Senate President and the first black mayor of Bulawayo. Cde Ndlovu played a significant role in the Unity Accord of 1987 and was a respected figure in Zimbabwean politics. His death has brought forth tributes from various officials who recognized his wisdom, leadership, and dedication to the country. He is survived by his wife Sithokozile and two children, with mourners gathering at his home in Luveve suburb.

Breaking news

15 Sep 2015  |  www.herald.co.zw
A mix-up in the President's secretarial office led to President Mugabe delivering the wrong speech in Parliament. Presidential spokesman George Charamba acknowledged the error, stating that corrective measures are being considered.

Conservationists Launch Petition to Save Presidential Elephants

30 Apr 2014  |  www.herald.co.zw
Conservationists in Zimbabwe have initiated a petition to protect the Presidential Herd of Elephants in Hwange Game Park from the threat posed by land occupation in the Kanondo conservation area. The herd was granted protection by a presidential decree from President Robert Mugabe in 1990, reaffirmed in 2001, to safeguard them from hunting and culling. The petition targets Ministers Douglas Mombeshora (Lands and Rural Resettlement) and Walter Mzembi (Tourism and Hospitality Industry), alleging that Elisabeth Freeman (aka Elizabeth Pasalk) has restricted access to the area, endangering the elephants. While Minister Mzembi acknowledged the petition, he deemed it a political issue for the Politburo. Minister Mombeshora claimed ignorance of the petition, and Minister Saviour Kasukuwere (Environment, Water and Climate) stated his office could not intervene in land matters. The Zanu PF Politburo recently decided to remove individuals allocated land in the Save Valley Conservancy, prompting conservationists to request a similar action for the Kanondo area.
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