German author calls for social justice reporting support

She hogged the limelight after publishing an autobiography, What White People Don’t Want to Hear About Racism, But Should Know Anyway.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 28, 2024

Corruption Watch: Why Mnangagwa could be seeking a third term

 Current president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, was, ironically, the top beneficiary of the 2017 coup because he took over.
By Tawanda Majoni Feb. 25, 2024

PUP to launch "green movement" in April, promoting collaboration among political parties

This rebranding also follows Chamuka's split from the Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) due to ideological differences.
By Newsday Feb. 16, 2024

‘Zim performs dismally on human rights’

The country was ranked 153 out of 165 countries with analysts saying the report aptly captured the country’s human rights situation.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Jan. 9, 2024

Zanu PF MPs lobby for US visit

Bikita South legislator Energy Mutodi said they wanted the sanctions programme titled the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZIDERA) removed.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 28, 2023

Zambia is on the verge of being a one-party state

There are several reasons that explain why the former ruling party has not crumbled since 2021.
By Sishuwa Sishuwa Dec. 15, 2023

Govt awards chiefs hefty bonuses

Chiefs, headmen, village heads and their messengers will be awarded the bonuses both in United States dollars and in local currency.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 12, 2023

So much for our African democracy

Sugar-coating electoral flaws is akin to applying lipstick to a bullfrog: The amphibious creature will remain thus and it will, in fact, expose it for what it is.
By Newsday Nov. 2, 2023

Sanctions have failed

The sanctions have created local heroes in which being placed under an embargo becomes a badge of honour.
By Newsday Oct. 26, 2023