Donations sent by local companies and well-wishers have arrived in Harare in the wake of Cyclone Idai.
Footage captured today (March 20) shows sanitary donations being unloaded from inside a lorry to a human chain of grateful disaster response volunteers and workers.
Tirivashe Mundondo, who captured the footage, said: ''We are an amazing Zimbabwe''.
At least 200 people have reportedly died with many more stranded across Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
Cyclone Idai is feared to be the worst hurricane to have ever hit the Southern hemisphere.
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At least 200 people have died in Mozambique and 98 in Zimbabwe, but the death toll is likely to rise as rescuers are still finding bodies. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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Volunteers with the Highlands Presbyterian Church in Harare, Zimbabwe, gathered donations on March 19 for people affected by Cyclone Idai. The church established itself as a collection point for..
Credit: Rumble Duration: 00:53Published on March 21, 2019