Is Cyclone Aid Only Reaching Zimbabwe's Ruling Party Supporters?
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party has refuted claims of partisan distribution of food aid to victims of Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani and Chipinge - the worst affected areas after the deadly tropical cyclone ripped through the province leaving a trail of destruction. Affected villagers have accused ruling party officials of politicising the disaster relief by donating food to their supporters only.
New Zimbabwe, 26 March 2019
Zanu-PF lawmaker for Chimanimani East, Nokuthula Matsikenyere, has been sucked into the eye of a storm over the partisan distribution of aid to victims of Cyclone Idai. Read more »
People in Chimanimani complain to senior army officials in charge of a temporary camp set up after Cyclone Idai that food is not reaching them.
The Herald, 26 March 2019
Zanu-PF Politburo member Senator Josaya Hungwe has hailed the corporate world and other well-wishers for responding swiftly by making donations to victims of Cyclone Idai in… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Govt Dismisses Cyclone Rip-Off
The Herald, 23 March 2019
Government and the ruling Zanu PF have dismissed circulating reports alleging that some homeless victims of Cyclone Idai in Bikita were being ripped off through paying a daily levy… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Clergyman Contributes to Cyclone Idai
Zimbabwe Standard, 24 March 2019
SOUTH Africa-based Zimbabwean pastor, Chenjerai Kangausaru, who is in the country to donate goods to Cyclone Idai victims, has urged Zimbabweans and Africa as a whole to unite in… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 20 March 2019
HOME Affairs deputy minister and top Zanu PF official, Mike Madiro says the Monday visit by MDC leader Nelson Chamisa to Cyclone hit areas in Manicaland was an unwelcome attempt by… Read more »
Cyclone Idai has caused widespread devastation across south-east Africa with emergency food aid, donations and a climbing death toll marking what the United Nations called "one of ... Read more »
When Cyclone Idai struck the Southern African countries of Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, saw hundreds of people die, and many are still missing. The cost of the destruction of ... Read more »