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Harare bank workers help with cyclone donations

Staff at a Harare branch of Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe formed a human chain on March 20 to prepare supplies for distribution to those affected by Cyclone Idai, which hit parts of the country, as well as Malawi and Mozambique, on March 14 and 15. The bank donated an array of goods worth RTGS$200,000 (approximately $53,000), including tents, blankets, bottled water, and reusable sanitary pads, according to a Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe spokesperson. Footage shared to Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe social media accounts shows staff members transporting the supplies to a truck via a human chain. Cyclone Idai pummeled southeastern Africa on the week of March 15, leaving an estimated 1,000 feared dead in Mozambique alone and over a hundred dead and hundreds missing in Zimbabwe, according to reports. Credit: Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe via Storyful

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