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Feature: Zim fights fake news with lessons in spotting disinformation
Misinformation is simply incorrect information, while disinformation refers to deliberately sharing information that is known to be false with the intention of deceiving people.
By Thomson Reuters Foundation Nov. 1, 2022
Feature: Zim's women-only rangers fight poachers, poverty
The Akashinga unit — aka The Brave Ones in the Shona language — says it aims to change the face of conservation as the country's first armed, all-women anti-poaching unit.
By Thomson Reuters Foundation Nov. 23, 2022
Feature: Zim looks to public to provide solar power amid energy crisis
The southern African nation is suffering a prolonged power shortage, especially after its main Kariba hydropower plant last month cut electricity generation due to low water levels.
By Thomson Reuters Foundation Jan. 13, 2023
Zimbabwe looks to public to provide solar power amid energy crisis
Farmer Kalani Ndlovu, for instance, wants to expand his 13 kilowatt (KW) solar mini-grid — used to pump well water to fill a farm reservoir — and sell the excess power to the state.
By Thomson Reuters Foundation Jan. 15, 2023
Heatwaves in India drive leading clean-energy state back to coal
Kapil Mohan, additional chief secretary with Karnataka's energy department, described April as the "peak summer month" with record temperatures and high power consumption.
By Thomson Reuters Foundation Apr. 30, 2023
Price bloodbath jolts govt
By Miriam Mangwaya and Sharon Sibindi
Zanu PF poll disputes turn nasty
By Everson Mushava and Miriam Mangwaya
Mystery solved: Mnangagwa’s links to controversial bread venture exposed