A forensic archaeologist and former Zimbabwe police officer uses his investigative skills to find the missing and the dead in his homeland.
The story map reveals that like any part of society, street youth are both subject to and willing to conform to rules and conventions, in this case for their own and others' safety.
Zimbabwe's Education Amendment Act of 2020 is a step in the right direction, but more still needs to be done.
That none of his collections were published in apartheid South Africa testifies to the police state's censorship.
Study finds that Victoria Falls, a nature-based tourism resort town, is a significant contributor to carbon emissions throughout the tourism value chain in the area.
There is not much information on artefacts used by Stone Age humans to make sound and music – but the first comprehensive survey is a good start.
Her new book "This Mournable Body" was announced as a Booker Prize contender just days before her arrest for protesting against a government clampdown.
Given their ability to accept correction, children have a better claim to rehabilitation, reorientation and reintegration.
Zimbabwe wants to issue a sovereign bond to raise $3.5 billion it has agreed to pay as compensation to white farmers, but the economic and political conditions aren't conducive to such an issuance.
Artists are filling the state's silence by revisiting history so that it can be discussed.
Apps like WhatsApp have connected more voices to participate in live talk radio - but this comes with new challenges.
Sexist slandering has been used not just to describe Grace Mugabe, but to denigrate any women who aspire to political positions.
Zimbabwe's policy makers believe that deforestation is a threat to the economy, but citizens believe environmental degradation is an outcome of the country's dire political and economic situation.
There are some moves towards recognising and redressing archaeology's colonial history.
Statistical models and the knowledge of on-the-ground rangers are valuable and complementary sources of evidence for biodiversity conservation.
Without a clear framework within which decisions can be made, heritage resources will forever be threatened by development.
Archaeologists have long studied diseases in past populations. They've explored the evolution of pathogens and how they interacted with humans.
The policy and law applying to refugees and asylum seekers in South Africa is largely progressive. But, in practice, they continue to endure hardship and unfair treatment by officials.
From getting schooling for their children through an app in the wrong language to trouble finding gloves and masks, refugees across the globe face different challenges in dealing with the coronavirus.
National emergencies allow for the purest expressions of sovereign power, testing the government’s commitment to human rights. Some leaders are failing the coronavirus test, experts say.