Cyclone Idai hit Zimbabwe a year ago.
As African nations order lockdowns to curb the spread of COVID-19, aid organizations are rushing to stop the most vulnerable being shut off from desperately needed help.
Cyclone Idai struck southeast Africa in March 2019, killing at least 1,300 people in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi. A year later, DW visited desperate survivors in Zimbabwe, where many are still living in tents.
The coronavirus outbreak has hit small businesses in Zimbabwe that import tech and clothing from China. As Privilege Musvanhiri reports from Harare, business owners say they are struggling to get supplies.
With political strife and domestic issue dominating the news in Zimbabwe, the southern African nation isn't exactly focused on tourism at the moment. Sertan Sanderson found why that is a crying shame at Victoria Falls.
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