Tawanda Karombo

Tawanda Karombo is a journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe, who specializes in sub-Saharan Africa, covering climate, environment, health, economics and all things Catholic in southern Africa. Contact him at tawakarombo@yahoo.co.uk and follow him on Twitter @tawakarombo.

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Cycle of food insecurity continues in Africa as aid heads to other world crises

Zimbabwe bishops warn against violence ahead of presidential election

Used clothing imports to Africa strain local ecosystems, waste management

As Nigerians vote for new president, Catholics hope for end to violence against Christians

Catholic organization helps Mozambique prepare for and adapt to climate impacts

Catholics prioritize climate work amid Nigerian elections, but campaigners say it's off the agenda

Zambia's Youth Climate Champions fight for climate mitigation with Catholic support

Amid inflation, Catholic ministries in southern Africa confront doing more with less

With Catholic backing, African communities press against land grabs by global ag firms

Catholic hospitals struggle to aid Zimbabwe's collapsing health care system

Church killings in Nigeria leave Catholics 'confused, afraid and sad'

As war continues in Ethiopia's Tigray region, Catholic relief programs struggle

South Sudan's Catholics still hope for long-delayed papal visit

Catholic officials decry resurgence of death penalty in southern Africa

Catholic Church helps Zambian villagers stand up to mining companies

Aid agencies largely cut off from Ethiopia's war-torn Tigray region

In Africa, farmers learn new methods for facing drought, floods

Mozambique besieged by insurgency a year after papal visit

Zimbabwean bishops hope their criticism of government stirs national dialogue

Catholic relief agencies in Africa step in as pandemic impacts mental health