Samantha Murozoki (R) hands a free meal to a woman from her home in Chitungwiza, a satellite town of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Photo: AFPSamantha Murozoki (R) hands a free meal to a woman from her home in Chitungwiza, a satellite town of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Photo: AFP
Samantha Murozoki (R) hands a free meal to a woman from her home in Chitungwiza, a satellite town of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Photo: AFP

Drought, coronavirus, hunger: Zimbabwe’s misery deepens

  • Lockdown fuels food shortages in Zimbabwe, one of the world’s poorest countries
  • Volunteers help feed people as government struggles to help millions with handouts
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Samantha Murozoki (R) hands a free meal to a woman from her home in Chitungwiza, a satellite town of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Photo: AFPSamantha Murozoki (R) hands a free meal to a woman from her home in Chitungwiza, a satellite town of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Photo: AFP
Samantha Murozoki (R) hands a free meal to a woman from her home in Chitungwiza, a satellite town of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare. Photo: AFP
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