Philanthropist restores park and hope in Mozambique

After turning his back on business, he launched the Carr Foundation in 1998 and the Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University a year later.
By Ish Mafundikwa Jul. 14, 2024

Ruvimbo Topodzi fights back: From child bride to advocate against early marriage

Tsopodzi and lawyer Loveness Mudzuru, backed by the Girls Not Brides member ROOTS, challenged the existing Marriage Act in the country's highest court, the Constitutional Court.
By Sindiso Dube Jul. 7, 2024

Matabeleland’s undocumented children: Right to identity denied

Birth registration is a legal right in Zimbabwe and the government makes it a requirement for every citizen to possess a birth registration certificate and eventually a national identity card.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jul. 5, 2024

Drug abuse a growing scourge: Youth minister

Machakaire, who is also the Hwedza South legislator, said his Tinmac Foundation was constructing a high-performance centre at the heart of the expansive
By Staff Reporter Jul. 5, 2024

Zimshec applauds Gwanda varsity move

GSU has signed a deal to collaborate with YMF to establish a model gold mine for students from different institutions to engage in mining actvities.
By Rex Mphisa Jul. 2, 2024

FNF gives hope to Mukarakate's underprivileged boys, girls

Established a year ago, the FNF seeks to better the lives of school-going boys and girls from Mukarakate, particularly in the areas of academia and sport.
By Gilbert Muponda Jun. 30, 2024

Hippo population in sharp decline

According to the survey, the decline has been attributed to droughts and human activities such as poaching along the shared water resource.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 8, 2024

A test case for Nigeria’s Cybercrime Act

Many are concerned about the potential misuse of Nigeria's Cybercrime Act as a tool for censorship.
By Jacob Mutisi May. 17, 2024

Funding boost of $36.5m will help eliminate blinding disease in Africa

Trachoma begins as a bacterial infection, with symptoms similar to conjunctivitis.
By Admin May. 4, 2024