Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa was re-elected for a second and final five-year term on Saturday, in results announced much earlier than expected in another troubled vote in the country.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa seeks a second term facing a familiar rival, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, whom he narrowly beat in the 2018 disputed election.
Zimbabwe has begun moving more than 2,500 wild animals to rescue them from drought, as the ravages of climate change replace poaching as the biggest threat to wildlife.
"African Victorian," a series of unconventional portraits by Zimbabwean photographer Tamary Kudita, combines Victorian fashion with her country's culture to examine the impact of the colonial era.
"I would say to the rest of the world that there is one thing that we have left when we are in trouble, and that is the hope that we will see tomorrow," Evan Mawarire, a Zimbabwean pastor, tells NPR.
Not every corner of the world is yet on Google Street View. Tawanda Kanhema sees these gaps as a kind of digital divide, so he volunteers to photograph and upload some of the places left off the map.
Mugabe led the nation formerly known as Rhodesia from its independence from Britain in 1980 until 2017. He was once seen as a hero, but his leadership grew increasingly authoritarian.
Protests took place Friday. Power cuts can last up to 18 hours a day. About a third of Zimbabwe's population needs food aid, due to drought and the worsening economy, the U.N. says.
In the wake of the storm, even the most basic medical and personal needs aren't easy to meet.
The town of Chimanimani is said to be the hardest hit in Zimbabwe. Survivors are searching for the bodies of their lost loved ones.