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Govt ill-treating its diaspora citizens

Legislation around voting should similarly treat citizens equally whether they are based in Zimbabwe or outside the country.
By AMH Voices 6h ago
Dams spilling: Cause for celebration or concern
Dams spilling: Cause for celebration or concern
These are experienced in urban areas where, despite dams spilling, they are always reeling under water cuts and rationing.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 5, 2023
ChatGPT represents progress, but also problems
It is not all doom and gloom. We have known for a while that we need to end digital inequity.
By Nyari Samushonga Feb. 4, 2023
The real story of how Zim’s travel industry made it through the pandemic
Starting at Heathrow, it’s now possible to fly to Addis Ababa and continue to Bulawayo via Victoria Falls, all with Ethiopian Airlines.
By JO Austin Feb. 4, 2023
Belarus deals: ED priming himself for long stay
Pragmatism called for Zimbabwe to Look East for economic bailout. Belarus, therefore, can only be looked at as an extension of the Look East policy by Zimbabwean authorities.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Feb. 4, 2023
Prevention, early detection of drug use
Explain to your child that experimenting with drugs or alcohol during this time is risky for their still-developing brain.
Believers are overcomers
Please, let it settle into you and sink in that you’re born of God the Father. Your source and origin is God the Father and you’re His offspring in Christ.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Feb. 4, 2023
Letters:Deadline for an August election fast approaching
There are straws in the wind which may point to an early election.
By AMH Voices Feb. 4, 2023
Life needs a fight
There are difficult seasons that everyone goes through, yet every season has its challenges and opportunities.
By Jonah Nyoni Feb. 4, 2023
Feature:Hunting amplifies women’s voices in wildlife management
This makes international hunting the most dominant and talked about economic activity in southern African communities co-existing with and managing wildlife.
By NewerAlive Feb. 3, 2023
Letters:Zim must amend Electoral Act to allow diaspora vote
The petition was delivered by email to Clerk of Parliament Kennedy Chokuda, but we never got even an acknowledgement of receipt of the petition.
By AMH Voices Feb. 3, 2023
Of the RBZ monies to stockpile metal reserves
The RBZ will have the full discretion on which minerals to collect depending on the prevailing market prices and value of such assets.
By Vince Musewe Feb. 3, 2023
Zimbabwe needs national psychological safety
This culture starts from home, the education system, the workplace and permeates all facets of national discourse.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 2, 2023
The nexus between corruption, conflict, peace and security
Transparency International Zimbabwe joins the global movement against corruption in launching the 2022 Transparency International Corruption Perception Index (CPI).
By TIZ Feb. 2, 2023
Hichilema must push Zim diaspora vote case
We hope that you will positively influence your peers in the region to be firm on fulfilling promises they make to the electorate.
By AMH Voices Feb. 1, 2023
When national medicines regulators fail, African Medicines Agency must step in
MEDICINES regulators have a duty to protect African populations from being harmed by medical products that are of substandard quality and safety.
By Lenias Hwenda Feb. 1, 2023
Of leaders, climate change, food sovereignty
It is good that climate change and food sovereignty are also finding their way into corporate boardrooms.
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 1, 2023
Zim desperately needs leadership renewal
Your Excellency, your appointment of Tshinga Dube to the NRZ board on a three-year contract does not inspire confidence.
By Cyprian Ndawana Feb. 1, 2023
Can Trump end the war in Ukraine?
Political egos seem to be impeding dialogue.
By Tapiwa Gomo Jan. 31, 2023
Inside the minds of serial killers
In this article I hope to address psychological issues around murder sagas that appear to be prevalent in the country and offer advice on how people can handle their emotions.
By Bothwell Matewe Jan. 31, 2023
Mind your (interview) attitude, manners
It’s important to be prepared for the types of questions that an employer will ask.
By Emmanuel Zvada Jan. 31, 2023
Are Low-income Zimbabweans More Likely to Gamble?
While this may seem optional for people with satisfying personal lives and stable incomes, for some people living in harsh conditions it may be the only escape from their environment.
By Newsday Jan. 30, 2023
Of Africa food sovereignty, climate change, GMO onslaught
One thing the continent needs to do is to situate, at the heart of its food systems is learning to work together with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the private sector in good faith.
By Peter Makwanya Jan. 30, 2023
Govt, political parties not doing much to curb violence
The panellists concurred that women were, indeed, the biggest victims of political violence before, during and after elections and that the perpetrators are mostly men.
By AMH Voices Jan. 30, 2023
Has the world forgotten us?
Stories of our unimaginable and unbearable poverty and impoverishment, as well as the horrendous atrocities perpetrated against the opposition were repeatedly told on a daily basis.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jan. 30, 2023
Credible, fair election prospects gone down the drain
The appointment of Mohadi-Ambrose suggested a clear conflict of interest as her appointment will undermine the perceived independence of the commission.
By Phillip Nyasha Fungurai Jan. 29, 2023
Lead with impact
Weak leaders love titles, and are emphatic on others. Great leaders can be in the crowd and neutralise their presence, yet have a positive impact.
By Jonah Nyoni Jan. 28, 2023
Devotion Column: From the Old Testament to the New Testament
2 Corinthians 3:6 establishes: “Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.”
By Erasmus Makarimayi Jan. 28, 2023