Zimbabwe marks World Water Day today with millions around the world, as water levels continue to drop due to drought and lack of adequate infrastructure such as damns. Thomas Chiramba of the United Nations explains the situation.
Suspected terror attacks in Brussels have hit close to home for Zimbabwe’s Grace Kwinje, a journalist and former executive member of the Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai. She describes the situation as terrifying.
Some Zimbabwean black farmers say they support government's call to compensate former white farmers, saying it gives them a sense of entitlement to their land. Hear more from Director Paul Zacharia of the Zimbabwe Farmers Union.
And in Bulawayo, a meeting stirs up painful discussion on the atrocities in the region, known commonly as Gukurahundi.
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