Land Identified to Resettle Zimbabwean Victims of Cyclone Idai
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that that the land selected for the relocation of victims is "safe and not prone to natural disasters", adding that people will be moved to areas to where they have traditionally belonged and "where their ancestors are".
The Herald, 2 May 2019
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Volunteers pack bags of relief aid at the Presbyterian church in Mutare after Cyclone Idai washed away villages and settlements in the Chimanimani area in eastern Zimbabwe, 18 April.
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