In a statement, Beatrice Mwangi, the World Vision Southern Africa region resilience and livelihoods director, said thousands of children in Zimbabwe and across Southern Africa are slipping into malnutrition and death.
Zimbabweans, who commit petty crime in Botswana, are usually flogged and not given custodial sentence.
“What we did not foresee when we were drafting the constitution is a situation where the party which is ruling is divided into two or more factions which are equally powerful."
Some of the Zimbabweans, who spoke to Studio 7, said they are struggling to buy foodstuffs associated with Easter due to the current drought gripping the nation.
The result means that Swaziland remain on top of the group tied on five points with the Warriors but leading Group L due to a superior goal difference.
“Well, the distribution of food is being done along party political lines. The people that are given the food are members of that (ruling) party in power alone.”
Tera says this is a well-done project considering the fact that people were taking Macheso as a spent force.
Algerian-based, Zimbabwean junior doctor, Chipo Chatukuta, says not much is known about the deadly nature of TB compared HIV/AIDS.
Commercial Farmers Union chief says his organization is pessimistic at this stage of the deal because there were no significant moves towards compensation by government in the last 16 years.
Alouise Mutanga, director of the Association of the Victims of Political Violence based in South Africa, said rehabilitation and compensation is needed for victims of political violence.
“Shonas and Ndebeles must come together and address this issue. It’s not a tribal issue, it’s a national issue. I am saying this because I am Shona. I need everybody to know that.”