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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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The Democratic Republic of Congo's political and humanitarian situation is tense ahead of December elections as Catholic bishops urge an "electoral campaign devoid of violence."
Catholic food relief agencies in Zimbabwe are struggling to meet growing demand for aid and say they need extra resources as fears of food shortages swell in the aftermath of the July 30 elections.
Harare, Zimbabwe - Catholic bishops and other church leaders are preparing to play peacemaker roles as disputes between the incumbent ruling party and the opposition intensify.
Catholic bishops and other church leaders in Zimbabwe want the country's polls on July 30 to be peaceful and credible as opposition parties battle to force the electoral body to institute reforms.