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Overall, we rate iHarare Left Biased and Questionable due to poor sourcing, sensationalism, and several failed fact checks by IFCN fact-checker, Africa Check.
Founded in 2013, iHarareis an online news blog published in Zimbabwe. It is based in the capital of Harare. iHarare focuses on breaking news, politics, sports, entertainment, business, and classifieds. Currently, Sharon Chirisa is the editor-in-chief.
When it comes to sourcing iHarare often hyperlinks and to itself as well other online news websites in Zimbabwe such as Zim Morning Post. When covering world news, pertaining to the USA, they cover the Trump administration with a neutral tone such as “President Donald Trump To Suspend ALL IMMIGRATION To The United States.” In this article and they utilize credible sources such as the BBC. In general, iHarare selects stories that favor the left and are not always factual.