Mnangagwa not a born-again democrat

It appeared Zimbabwe was well on course to shed its unenviable tag of being a pariah State that paid scant regard to people’s freedoms.
By Kholwani Nyathi May. 11, 2023

Freedom of expression as a driver for other human rights

However, the year 2022 saw the country witnessing an increase in the number of violations against journalists.
By Alec Muchadehama May. 4, 2023

Government assures journos on safety

“Zimbabwe under the Second Republic has made the safety of journalists an issue of high priority,” Paradza said.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023

Zanu PF imposed sanctions on Zimbos

The only life he has known from then was that of going without enough food in the home, and the little that was available lacking any value and nutrition. 
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Dec. 30, 2022

Maz queries media Bill

Maz said the ZMC Amendment Bill seeks to expand the Media Commission’s mandate to include provisions that will smuggle in oppressive clauses.
By Methembe Sibanda Dec. 23, 2022

Proposed media laws a travesty

These functions include the registration of mass media services, accreditation of journalists and administration of a media fund.
By Own Correspondent Dec. 18, 2022

Obituary: Abigail Gamanya was more than a media icon

For us, female journalists in Zimbabwe, Abi was more than a mentor; she was a sister.
By Koliwe Majama Oct. 17, 2022

Govt says ready to open up media space

Mutsvangwa said they were finalising the media policy that would guide law-making processes.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 5, 2022

Free media environment key developmental reportage says PemSec Mangwana

 “Reportage on developmental issues is only made possible in a media landscape that allows free flow and access to information. This is made possible only by the amendment of the media law reforms in line with the Constitution.” Mangwana said on Monday in a presentation at a United Nations workshop on development reporting in Mutare.

By The Southern Eye May. 31, 2022