Editor's memo: In Zim if you don’t want to die, just don’t get sick

The solution to all this is ridding the country of mismanagement and high-level corruption by heartless people running public institutions
By Shame Makoshori Jun. 21, 2024

Fend off diseases before outbreaks: CWGH

The insight was shared by CWGH executive director Itai Rusike, as government began stakeholder engagements to come up with a comprehensive NHI.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Jun. 14, 2024

GALZ condemns attack by homophobes

Under Mugabe’s tenure, the LGBTI faced rights violations such as physical assault, hate speech, intimidation, torture and raids from both State and non-State actors.
By Brent Shamu Jun. 12, 2024

Community radio stations cry foul over high licence fees

Chakanyuka said that they felt that the broadcasting fees must assist all community radio stations, adding that they had taken note.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 7, 2024

Residents’ concern over destruction of wetlands

The CBOs said there was need for the government to put in place strict measures to protect wetlands as important water sources.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 5, 2024

Climate change: Zim must act now

Additionally, it has been found that meaningful engagement is essential for ensuring that policies are developed in a socially responsible manner.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 31, 2024

Zim seeks energy ties with Sadc

The energy protocol, adopted at the 41st Sadc Summit in Malawi in August 2021, revises the regional bloc's existing protocol on energy.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 23, 2024

Let’s aim to feed Africa

Therefore, our sincere call is that Zimbabwe should simply go back to the drawing board and trace where it lost it in terms of growing enough of its favourite staple maize crop.
By Newsday May. 22, 2024

Winter wheat now a food security crop: ED

Collectively, Sadc appealed for US$5,5 billion in assistance to feed millions affected by the drought.
By Problem Masau May. 21, 2024