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Fidelis Zvomuya is from Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe. He received a diploma in Mass Communications at the Harare Polytechnic. He joined the department of information in 1995 as a district information officer covering development issues within rural areas.
In 1997 he started working at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation as a television reporter responsible for environment, health and development issues, where started writing about HIV/AIDS. In 2000 he received an M.A. in mass communication and media research from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg.
He then joined the BBC and was posted to Zimbabwe. He held this position until the BBC was banned by the Zimbabwean government. He focuses on health issues, especially HIV/AIDS, with the intention to promote accurate, responsible, and supportive coverage of the issues and the effect HIV/AIDS has on the continent’s agricultural sector as well as on food security.