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U.S. Embassy Harare Host Post Reconstruction Trade Mission

The U.S. Embassy in Harare and U.S. Department of Commerce proudly support American companies pursuing opportunities in Zimbabwe.  In the last year, they established a formal Partner Post relationship, significantly increasing our ability to assist U.S. firms to the benefit of the peoples of both America and Zimbabwe. For U.S. companies interested in learning more, ...
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ZIMBABWE 2020 INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM REPORT

Executive Summary The constitution prohibits religious discrimination and provides for freedom of religion, including the freedom to practice, propagate, and give expression to one’s religion, in public or in private and alone or with others. Religious and civil society groups reported the government occasionally monitored public events, prayer rallies, church congregations, and religiously affiliated nongovernmental ...
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Zimbabwe without landmines: a crucial step towards development

Lying dormant until triggered by a victim and intended to incapacitate, landmines maim civilians and render vast tracks of land unusable.  Mines and unexploded ordnance leave a terrible legacy of war, long after the guns have fallen silent.  Hidden from sight, they continue to kill and injure innocent civilians going about their daily lives, especially ...
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2020 Human Rights Report: Zimbabwe

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ANNOUNCEMENT: The Department of State will release an addendum to this report in mid 2021 that expands the subsection on Women in Section 6 to include a broader range of issues related to reproductive rights.​ Zimbabwe is constitutionally a republic. The country elected Emmerson Mnangagwa president for a five-year term in 2018 in general ...
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