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Tiger fishing in Zimbabwe: Catch and release helps preserve fish stocks [Video]

Tiger fishing in Zimbabwe: Catch and release helps preserve fish stocks

Conservationists say climate change, pollution, and over-fishing, have led to depleting fish stocks at Kariba, Africa’s largest man-made lake.

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Zimbabwe: Thousands struggle without citizenship rights [Video]

Zimbabwe: Thousands struggle without citizenship rights

Locked out of citizenship rights, Al Jazeera meets Zimbabwe's stateless people.

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Zimbabweans resort to savings clubs as economy worsens [Video]

Zimbabweans resort to savings clubs as economy worsens

As the coronavirus pandemic hits Zimbabwe's already struggling economy, people are helping each other out.

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Zimbabwe horse racing: Industry gets back in the saddle amid pandemic [Video]

Zimbabwe horse racing: Industry gets back in the saddle amid pandemic

Soaring inflation, job losses and the high cost of doing business in Zimbabwe have affected all sectors of society.

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Zimbabwe elderly bear the brunt of 700 percent inflation rate [Video]

Zimbabwe elderly bear the brunt of 700 percent inflation rate

Many had saved hard to see them through retirement, but the economic crisis has wiped out much of their savings.

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Zimbabwe: Return of white farmers may boost food production [Video]

Zimbabwe: Return of white farmers may boost food production

Twenty years after Zimbabwe’s controversial land reform policy, when thousands of white farmers were forcibly evicted, some are returning to the land as tenants of Black owners.

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Zimbabwe's food crisis: About 60% of population faces starvation [Video]

Zimbabwe's food crisis: About 60% of population faces starvation

The UN’s World Food Programme says more than eight million Zimbabweans would not have enough food by December.

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