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Our meat is rotting, Cde Mnangagwa

Government needs to show some seriousness on such critical matters as power supply.
The “haves” and “have-nots” in climate justice
The “haves” and “have-nots” in climate justice
Climate justice is a concept that addresses the just division, fair sharing and equitable distribution of the burdens of climate change as well as its mitigation and responsibilities.
By Farai Nhekairo Oct. 2, 2023
Unintended effects of the Ukraine war
The argument that Russia has nothing to offer African nations compared to Western nations has been promoted by Western media.
By Tapiwa Gomo Oct. 2, 2023
More technology expertise needed on news media management boards
So, stop thinking of technology as a support operation and include it at the heart of your strategic planning.
By Dietmar Schantin Sep. 30, 2023
Time CCC show its cards
So much was promised during the election season and the period to deliver starts here and now.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Sep. 30, 2023
Arrange, rearrange circumstances by your mouth
As a believer or even if you are not saved yet, you have to fall in love with this portion of the Bible.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Sep. 30, 2023
Career in iGaming industry: Dubravka Davidovic from ask gamblers gives Insights
Online gambling often faces scrutiny and misconceptions. How do you tackle these challenges in your writing
By Newsday Sep. 29, 2023
2023 Elections: Hopeless yet costly exercise
The report makes the finding that the semblance of peace in Zimbabwe is, in fact, a manifestation of “authoritarian peace”.
By Dzikamai Bere Sep. 29, 2023
Understanding diversity through deaf culture
They believe that being deaf is not a medical condition, but a cultural difference that stands out in terms of its belief systems and normative practices
By Nicholas Aribino Sep. 29, 2023
Unbearable cost of blood worrisome
If we are to achieve Vision 2030, it is high time we implemented necessary health measures in a bid to reduce both morbidity and mortality.
By Johannes Marisa Sep. 28, 2023
Misogyny, cyberbullying and toxicity in Zim politics
The ascension of young women to top posts should be celebrated as a beacon of hope for posterity. It should signify progress in dismantling patriarchal norms.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 28, 2023
Introduce a diaspora ministry
Your Excellency, in view of the tainted legitimacy of your Presidency, methinks it would be a positive turning point towards statesmanship if you were to embrace the diasporas.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Sep. 27, 2023
Identifying problem key to building resilient food systems
Economically empowered youths will not have time to participate in polarising politics.
By Charles Dhewa Sep. 27, 2023
Call for systematic transformation to achieve gender parity
To close this gap, concerted effort is key and the region will take over a decade to achieve such.
By Farai Nhekairo Sep. 26, 2023
Let’s remember PWDs in HIV fight
To effectively collect and utilise disaggregated disability-sensitive data, collaboration and partnerships are key.
By Tafadzwa Maseva Sep. 26, 2023
What new ideas can an 81-year-old leader have?
As a matter of fact, it becomes even more bizarre when the sitting President is actually believed to be plotting the removal of term limits from the country’s Constitution.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 25, 2023
Decoding intellectual disability and mental illness
People who seem to have lost touch with reality in Zimbabwe are, unfortunately, labelled as ZIMCARE, but the question is: Does ZIMCARE mean mental illness or psychosis?
By Nicholas Aribino Sep. 25, 2023
Letters: A review of the August 23 elections
While the ruling Zanu PF party may argue that the elections were free and fair due to lack of widespread violence, we must not allow ourselves to be deceived by this façade.
By AMH Voices Sep. 25, 2023
A world where deaf people everywhere can sign anywhere
Deaf and hard of hearing people are at greater risk of marginalisation because of economic, environmental and institutional discrimination which exclude them from socio-economic activities.
By Tawanda Matende and Adiel Jasi Sep. 24, 2023
The Law accuses and incriminates
The Law and the prophets (whose prophecy was on the basis of the Law) stand aloof while we’re being freed by Grace.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Sep. 23, 2023
Digital Digest: It’s time to remove the print corset
Digital storytelling can only thrive if the print corset is removed. The content and its impact must be the focus for the (paying) readership.
By Dietmar Schantin Sep. 23, 2023
Mutapa Fund: The looting machine
Zimbabwe has travelled this journey before of bundling and unbundling parastatals, but the same result has been yielded — failure.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Sep. 23, 2023
Customer care skills for govt offices
The quality of services in government offices has been a thorn in the flesh and that includes parastatal offices and city councils. The service is deplorable for lack of a better word.
By Jonah Nyoni Sep. 23, 2023
How regulating Online Gambling Benefits the players
A regulated casino will also have a clear and transparent data privacy policy, and report any potential breaches immediately.Customer Support and Dispute Resolution
By Newsday Sep. 23, 2023
Transforming lives: The CAUSEWAY agribusiness boost
Hence, the project complements the Zimbabwe National Development Strategy 1’s goal to restore food self-sufficiency and restore the country’s role as a regional breadbasket.
By Karen Whitney Maturure Sep. 22, 2023
Government should bring Harare's City Parking, Easy Park to order
We cannot allow ourselves to be abused by a few City Parking thugs who are bent on making super profits. Stop it!
By Johannes Marisa Sep. 22, 2023
Winning elections is just the beginning
The transition from campaigning to governing is a crucial phase requiring a shift in mindset and approach.
By Brighton Taruberekera Sep. 21, 2023
Whither Zimbabwe?
Now it is clear why Zanu PF did not have an election manifesto as family and clan considerations took precedence over the national purpose for Cabinet ministers.
By Trevor Ncube Sep. 21, 2023