Veteran Journalist Sandra Nyaira Has Died
Veteran Zimbabwean journalist Sandra Nyaira died Tuesday in Harare reportedly of Covid-19 related complications.
She was 46 years old.
Nyaira had a distinguished career as a journalist in and outside of the country and worked for the Zimbabwe Inter-Africa News Agency (Ziana) and The Daily News.
She then moved to the United States where she joined Voice of America’s Studio7.
At the time of her death, she was working as a public information officer at the United Nations station in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
She had more than 20 years of journalism experience in Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States and was known to be a prolific writer and editor for print, broadcast and website communications.
Funeral arrangements are still to be announced.
In other news, Chinamasa speaks on accident
Chinamasa – “AIRBAGS SAVED ME”
Zanu PF acting political commissar Cde Patrick Chinamasa says he escaped death by a whisker when he had an accident in Rusape.
“I was saved by the airbags, otherwise we will be talking about something else. The doctor is monitoring my situation to see if I do not have some internal injuries.
I am fit and ready to go. I am only waiting for the doctor to…Learn More