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Letters: Dangarembga’s conviction is a ‘travesty of justice’

“The conviction and sentence send a clear and chilling message that there is no space for dissenting views in Zimbabwe."
By Newsday Oct. 6, 2022
Glen View Area 8 fires: Time for sustainable solutions
Glen View Area 8 fires: Time for sustainable solutions
This is the second time this year, fortunately in the first case the fire was quickly doused by alert traders.
By AMH Voices Oct. 5, 2022
Job Sikhala — A plea for tolerance
There is an urgent need for prison reform and infrastructure modernisation.
By Trevor Ncube Oct. 5, 2022
Feature: Aged people haunted by abuse in Zim
Murape’s wife, Sekai, born in 1941, died two years ago after she contracted COVID-19.
By IPS Oct. 5, 2022
Zimbo teacher helps boost Sino-Zim ties through language
“After studying Mandarin for four years in Zimbabwe, it was in 2014 that I got awarded a scholarship to further my studies in Chinese language.
By Xinhua News Oct. 4, 2022
Letters: Makandiwa, preaching heresy
Makandiwa is now slowly being inducted into Zimbabwean politics, but must tread with caution.
By Newsday Oct. 4, 2022
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By Newsday Oct. 3, 2022
Let’s not make excuses for our inaction!
With each piece of writing, the more confident and comfortable I become.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Oct. 3, 2022
Can Africa’s manufacturing base contribute to ecoprenuership?
Nigeria is another African country with great potential to be among the Brics countries
By Peter Makwanya Oct. 3, 2022
Globalisation under threat: The more things change, the more they remain the same
The expansion of global markets liberalises the economic activities of the exchange of goods and funds.
By Tapiwa Gomo Oct. 3, 2022
Letters:Only an engineer can save Zimbabwe from her problems
These problems are bedeviling Zimbabweans because colonial and post-colonial leadership is well-versed in the arts sector, and strongly lacks in scientific and commercial qualifications.
By AMH Voices Sep. 29, 2022
Letters: Zim’s sanctions a smokescreen
Nearly two decades on, the sanctions regime has succeeded in inconveniencing some of the most odious actors in Zimbabwe.
By AMH Voices Sep. 28, 2022
Mr President, Zim has never known respite from terror
It is crucial for the electoral processes to be credible, free and fair. Ultimately, the winning party secures the honourable privilege to rule on behalf of the people.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Sep. 28, 2022
How HR can effectively handle employee depression
There is need for an HR intervention to depressed employees
By Emmanuel Zvada Sep. 27, 2022
Fundamentals of intellectual property rights in Zim
Zimbabwe is embracing the value of intellectual property and acknowledging the necessity to protect the rights.
By Tanaka Kachara Sep. 27, 2022
Letters:Will the removal of sanctions restore democracy in Zim?
More and more countries can add their voices at the UNGA, but the ball is in Mnangagwa’s court, who must do the right thing for sanctions to be removed.
By AMH Voices Sep. 27, 2022
The importance of parastatals
Our State-owned power utility is generating half of the power we consumed 20 years ago
By Eddie Cross Sep. 27, 2022
Feature:Living on scraps: Zim children who eke out a living from rusty metal
Some push handcarts as scrapyard attendants take turns to weigh the metal brought in, then hand over a few dirty US dollar notes in return.
By Guardian Sep. 27, 2022
What sort of leaders do Zimbabweans need?
How exactly do we determine the suitability of an individual, or group of individuals, to be our leaders?
By Tendai Mbofana Sep. 26, 2022
Colonialism was not an event, but a long-term project of global control
It is a sophisticated system of subtle oppression that enslaves people unaware.
By Tapiwa Gomo Sep. 26, 2022
Why developing countries pin their hopes on climate finance?
Mitigation and adaptation require substantial financial injections and that is where climate finance comes in
By Peter Makwanya Sep. 26, 2022
Transforming Education Summit — the global moment of truth
At the upcoming United Nations Summit on Transforming Education, world leaders have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to take decisive action.
By Jutta Urpilainen and Amina J Mohammed Sep. 23, 2022
Polarisation, intolerance remain a threat democracy, peace
To help build a peaceful nation, ZLHR implores government to;
By Newsday Sep. 23, 2022
Transport ministry can do better on Mbudzi Interchange
It is a pity that motorists are going to be in movement anguish for the next 18 good months while the interchange is being constructed.
By Johannes Marisa Sep. 22, 2022
Authorities must release opposition MPs
Zimbabwean authorities cannot continue to incarcerate Sikhala and Sithole and deny them bail at every turn for no apparent reason.
By AMH Voices Sep. 22, 2022
US-Africa summit invites Zimbabwe in from the cold
US-Africa summit invites Zimbabwe in from the cold
By The Africa Report Sep. 21, 2022
Feature: Zimbabwean artists turn invasive plants into fantastic beasts
“Lantana is everywhere and people don’t want it. Therefore, I try to use lantana through art,” Joe Zata (48) told EFE.
By  EFE Sep. 21, 2022
What can Africa learn from Europe’s energy crisis?
The Ukraine-Russia conflict threatens to plunge the whole of Europe to its coldest winter in memory.
By Mitchell Mahachi Sep. 21, 2022