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A tough call for Zim voters with visual impairment

The Electoral Act has a provision for having people with visual impairment being assisted to vote by people of their own choice.
By Cyprian Muchemwa and Nicholas Aribino Jul. 11, 2023

Political participation: A sine qua non for every Zimbo

Co-nationality comes with the engagement of citizens through positive reciprocity.
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Jul. 17, 2023

There’s life after August 23 polls

Human beings have diverse political, religious, cultural and social persuasions because by definition they are constituted differently.
By Nicholas Aribino Jul. 26, 2023

Conflict prevention, coups in Africa

To that effect, the citizens of Niger have stepped up to the plate by demonstrating in support of the coup in the capital Niamey.
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Aug. 4, 2023

Where is the play centre for children?

Every piece of land considered for human settlement should have appropriate spaces for recreational facilities for children
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Aug. 15, 2023

A vote not cast, is a future lost

Conversely, “Nyika inogonazve kuputswa nevene vayo” this implies that those who decide to take a back seat in the affairs of their country can equally bring it down.
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Aug. 18, 2023

Africa wasting its youth potential

Africa’s population is expected to reach 2,4 billion by 2050.
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Aug. 22, 2023

Welfare of Zim university lecturers pathetic

The poor are getting poorer by the day and the rich are getting richer by the day through illicit commerce
By Nicholas Aribino Sep. 5, 2023

Zim bigger than all of us

Zimbabweans no longer have a common understanding as to what can develop Zimbabwe because of political polarisation that is just toxic.
By Nicholas Aribino Sep. 18, 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

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

Managing children with autism

The latter perspective may need to be fleshed out a bit as it involves factors which may be within the influence of parents.
By Nicholas Aribino Oct. 10, 2023

The failure of democracy

Girl children are getting married before they become mature due to several factors which cannot be stopped by any legal frameworks.
By Nicholas Aribino Oct. 17, 2023

Understanding gifted children

Research has it that gifted people die early because of stress and loneliness triggered by society’s little understanding of them.
By Nicholas Aribino Oct. 26, 2023

Understanding gifted children...

Research has it that gifted people die early because of stress and loneliness as a result of society’s little understanding of them.
By Nicholas Aribino Oct. 31, 2023

Understanding children with epilepsy (seizures)

Parents of children with epilepsy should also be helped to connect with epilepsy associations for moral, social, intellectual, medical, counselling and emotional support.
By Nicholas Aribino Nov. 17, 2023

Zim youths’ future buried with drugs

Studies reveal that the Zimbabwean youths rank top in Africa in terms of substance use and abuse.
By Nicholas Aribino Dec. 8, 2023

MPs: Whose interests are they serving?

MPs are already demonstrating an appetite of an ocean by asking for Toyota Land Cruiser vehicles in an economy that is highly informalised and unbanked.
By Nicholas Aribino Dec. 27, 2023

Zim teachers can’t breathe

Charging teachers for extra lessons or maeke will not stop maeke because there is always the underground space that can be exploited by teachers to earn that extra dollar for survival.
By Nicholas Aribino Jan. 13, 2024

Political polarisation — side and perspective taking

Political polarisation is cancerous, once it sets in, it creates binary divisions that complexify human relations and power and decision dynamics.
By Nicholas Aribino Feb. 9, 2024

Gender analysis critical to getting full picture of Gukurahundi

Soft issues largely affect women and women would be comfortable to share their lived experiences with female traditional leaders.
By Nicholas Aribino Feb. 23, 2024

Women are bleeding

Women bleed (menstruate) every month due to physiological processes