Tawanda Karombo is a business and financial technology journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe, with over 10 years of experience covering sub-Saharan Africa.

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Catholic agencies intervene in Zimbabwe climate change crisis

The African nation has been devastated by an unprecedented climate-driven disaster gripping the southern part of the continent. A prolonged drought and a catastrophic hurricane have created a hunger crisis and heightened the risk of outbreaks of diseases associated with water shortages and poor sanitation.

Catholic bishops mediate in Zimbabwe doctors' strike crisis

Catholic bishops in Zimbabwe are working to salvage a solution to a health care crisis occasioned by a stand-off between the government and striking public hospital doctors.

Two Catholic universities geared to expand amid Zimbabwe's turmoil

Arrupe Jesuit University and the Catholic University of Zimbabwe in Harare have been registered as full-fledged universities and plan to expand degree offerings and open new campuses across the country.

Zimbabwe church leaders call for seven-year political sabbath

Against the backdrop of a disputed election and worsening economic crisis, Catholic and other Christian leaders in Zimbabwe have called for seven years of no political contestation.