An interview with Hopewell Chin’ono

Journalist says reporters in Zimbabwe live in fear of arrest

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Interview | 17 August 2021

Court upholds new charge against Zimbabwean journalist

Hopewell Chin’ono was arrested along with two others for speaking out against police brutality on social media

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Law | 13 January 2021

Zimbabweans in SA welcome new service to send groceries home

“Mukuru Groceries has solved my problem” says mom whose children still live in Zimbabwe

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News | 18 May 2020

The trials and joys of travelling in overloaded malaichas to Zimbabwe

The minibus taxis with their trailers filled with goods offer a glimmer of hope for desperate people trying to make a living

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Feature | 10 October 2019

“The list of Mugabe’s crimes is endless”

GroundUp’s Zimbabwean reporters write about what Robert Mugabe meant to them

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News | 6 September 2019

The everyday heroes of Cyclone Idai

Zimbabwe’s people helped as best they could

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Feature | 23 April 2019

Cyclone Idai: Zimbabweans rally to help each other

Citizens didn’t wait for government to organise relief effort

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Feature | 17 April 2019

IN PHOTOS: Zimbabweans struggle to recover from Cyclone Idai

Crops have been destroyed. And where houses once stood there are now rocks

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Photo Essay | 15 April 2019

Grade 10 learner sells his paintings to pay for school

Innocent Mukanyima wants to finish school before becoming a professional artist

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News | 31 January 2019

How a Zimbabwean hospital treated my dying mother

Shutdown hit hospitals hard

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News | 30 January 2019

ZimBollar: A guide to Zimbabwe’s black market

In only two months an anonymous Twitter account has grown to over 21,000 followers

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News | 18 October 2018

Is Zimbabwe’s killings inquiry credible?

Critics fear Mnangagwa’s aim is to pin blame on opposition leaders

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Opinion | 9 October 2018

Violence in Harare: an eye-witness account

“You can vote for MDC all you want but there is nothing you can do”

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News | 2 August 2018

Harare’s poorest residents vote in fear

“We live in a pool of faeces. Yet they want to control who we vote for.”

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News | 31 July 2018

Harare’s residents hail first election where state hasn’t used violence

Huge opposition rally takes place peacefully

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News | 29 July 2018

What Zimbabweans think about the upcoming elections

“I will be the first person to go to Zimbabwe if a new government is installed next week”

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News | 28 July 2018