The limited available data shows an “extremely low” participation and representation of people with disability, especially women in political leadership roles.
Local News
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 6, 2022
Masisi was accused of showering all manner of praises to Mnangagwa’s government during his three-day State visit to Zimbabwe.
Educators Union of Zimbabwe secretary-general Tapedza Zhou told NewsDay that their survey revealed that teachers were suffering in silence and reported for work under protest.
Teachers are demanding United States dollar salaries amid high inflation, which they say has turned them into paupers.
‘Regulate political parties’
Enact Right to Shelter Act, Parly urged
Local News
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 7, 2022
Measles outbreak looms in schools
Cannabis a God-given gift for Zim: Chiwenga
AFRICAN Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) Bank has taken the first step to establish a trade centre in Zimbabwe which will cater for the southern African region.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 9, 2022
GOVERNMENT has unleashed the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) on schools allegedly refusing to accept tuition fee payments in local currency.
GOVERNMENT has admitted failure to provide adequate service to thousands of families in new urban settlements.
Local News
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 10, 2022
For years, the government has been promising free basic education, but has failed to implement the policy.
HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Amon Murwira has defended the hefty fee hike at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) saying local tertiary institutions‘ fees were too low.