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Doug Coltart ✊🏽🇿🇼 Mar 21
URGENT DONATIONS: new sealed bandages, betadine, drips, anti-inflammatories, sterile gloves, antiseptics, mattresses for a mobile operating theatre. VOLUNTEERS still needed today to pack one more truck from 9am to 5pm @ Highlands Presbyterian Church Please RT.
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Mr Wakurawarerwa Mar 23
Today in Gutu North Chitsa Business center military trucks delivered food items meant for victims. They military used the village heads to identify MDC members and turn them away. Aid was distributed on Partisan manner this
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African Mar 20
Eye witness account from are harrowing! Bodies being washed into Mozambique from Zimbabwe. Upto 70 burials a day in mass graves. It’s a tragedy. Meanwhile SADC Chairperson is tweeting about a Soccer Tournament
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African Mar 17
Salute to SANDF for dispatching personnel to go assist victims of in Malawi and Mozambique 🙌
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Doug Coltart ✊🏽🇿🇼 Mar 18
Wow! YOU have raised more than US$20,000 for relief in two days, Zimbabwe fam! You heard me right. Not RTGS. Not bond. REAL greenbacks!💵 Thank you! Siyabonga! 🙏🏽 Next target: US$30K! Keep pushing! Keep sharing! Keep donating! Donate here:
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valentine_mpambs🇿🇼🇬🇧 Mar 19
😭😭Cyclone idai has taken almost 300 lives and we still counting in those lives taken great minds where laid to rest..then you hear someone today waking up with no purpose towards life. Life is just too precious to live without purpose.😢
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Bram Vermeulen Mar 20
This was the picture from above as we were landing in Beira. Land submerged in muddy waters, as far as the eye can see. Can only imagine what happened to the villagers living here.
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Max Lion Mar 18
It’s fair to say Zimbos are compassionate people as shown by their kindness towards the victims of . The help given by Zimbos on the ground and those abroad is commendable. I wish the Zim gov was as compassionate as its people. It doesn’t care at all. Really sad.
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The Herald Zimbabwe Mar 16
: Chimanimani Rural District Council Chief Executive Mr Nehemiah Deure says they have set up a District Civil Protection command center at Lydia Chimonyo Girls High School amid indications that the death toll has surpassed 30.
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Julitta Onabanjo Mar 24
One dignity kit can bring a smile to the face of women of Tete Province at a most trying time in their lives. The needs of women&young people impacted by is dire& will continue to be for the days, weeks& months ahead. We need continued support for protection & health
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Vitz11 Mar 20
This the Zimbabwe I want ,the Zimbabwe I know ,the Zimbabwe which raised me ,the Zimbabwe we all want ....like and retweet this if you are zim
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African Mar 20
The for is now at $23 million ! Meanwhile the has donated $350 000 and we want to be taken seriously by outsiders
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Rie~🇿🇼 Mar 20
I’ve never been more proud to be Zimbabwean.People really came through at Highlands Presbyterian church to make donations for victims of . There is no greater act of love ❤️ let’s continue to help where we can.
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Billy Masara Mar 18
Nelson Chamisa on a donkey cart crossing Birchneough Bridge
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Al-Imdaad UK Mar 23
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Ihure Keji Namugongo Mar 20
My thoughts are with the over 1.5 million people who have been affected by in Malawi, Mozambique & Zimbabwe. I hope they receive the relief & support they need.
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Tomás Queface Mar 19
Mozambican Scholars studying in the UK are calling upon well wishers to join hands with us and contribute towards assisting the victims of the cyclone
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Angeline Mar 20
Proud of how we as Zimbabweans have come together during this difficult time. Ngatirambei takabatana
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TonderaiKatsande🇿🇼 Mar 18
We are collecting supplies from people/org that would like to contribute in helping us help those that are helping communities affected by in and other areas. Please drop off blankets, food & medical supplies at 7 Kenilworth Road Newlands.
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HoverAid Mar 20
In the year 2000 massive floods hit Mozambique.100's of 1000's of people were affected, many died. Andy & Peter Gunner helped by using a hovercraft to reach 1000s of people who were stranded. This week it happened again with Hovercraft are the solution
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