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Zimbabwe Peacebuilding Initiative COVID-19 food distribution project

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The Zimbabwe Information Centre May Appeal raised A$3,045 and was transferred to the Zimbabwe Peacebuilding Initiative who in turn have organised a food distribution to mark the start of the Africa Union Make Peace Happen Week beginning on May 23.

Each of 120 families were provided:

Helen Clark responds to media attack on Zimbabwe joining EITI

Zimbabwe Information Centre (ZIC), Sydney, Australia Interview –

An anonymous ‘senior government official’ is the source for a report in The Independent on Friday January 31, 2020, that the Zimbabwe cabinet has rejected a proposal from Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube for Zimbabwe to become a member of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

In October 2019 the Chair of EITI, Ms Helen Clark, had visited Harare for two days in response to interest expressed by EITI members, and Mr Ncube had expressed interest in joining EITI in his November Budget speech.