Musicians come together to support families in their search for missing relatives

 Louise Mhlanga from Zimbabwe and Sosha Choir from South Africa are among 15 musicians who have joined the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to draw attention to the fact that thousands of people across the world are missing and their families are desperate for answers. By Staff Reporter The musicians, who span five continents, came together with the ICRC and Playing for Change, to produce a music video as a tribute to missing people and their families to be released on International Day of the Disappeared (August 30).…

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INTERPOL Receives IT Equipment To Help Solve Missing Zim Migrants Cases

…a third of missing migrants cases solved already IN a move that is set to help ease the search for missing migrant Zimbabweans, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), has donated a consignment of Information Technology (IT) equipment to the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) in Harare. By Michael Gwarisa The consignment consists of 12 desktops, five laptops and scanners and is aimed at helping INTERPOL in the process of collecting data as well as the transmission of cases of missing and deceased migrants to INTERPOL bureaus not…

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Gvt To Declare Missing Cyclone Idai Victims Dead

GOVERNMENT is in the process of declaring missing Cyclone Idai persons dead, amidst numerous futile efforts by government and rescue teams to locate the missing individuals’ whereabouts,  a government official has said. By Michael Gwarisa recently in Chimanimani This was said by the Acting Provincial Development coordinator for Manicaland, Mr Edgars Seenza during the belated World Blood Donor Day commemorations at Biriri High School in Chimanimani. Let me extend my condolences to the people of Chimanimani for having gone through such a tragic time where several lives were lost and…

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