Journalists call for alignment of laws

Majoni described the government’s ongoing media law reform agenda as cosmetic.
By Pamenus Tuso May. 5, 2024

Digital accessibility, intersectionality

It can enable early change, evaluation and attention that can increase efficiency and productivity in the field.
By Lovemore Nyawo May. 3, 2024

Let the world hear

Having attained his first Medical Degree at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), Chidziva sought to further his education.
By Catherine Murombedzi Apr. 26, 2024

Candid Comment: Time to revisit the IMPI report

The information that business executives acquire from college is mostly basic.
By Shame Makoshori Apr. 19, 2024

ICT ministry commences rural and urban digitalisation drive

According to Mavetera, the digitalisation efforts also focus on enhancing government services through the implementation of e-governance solutions.
By Online Reporter Apr. 5, 2024

Covid-19 tailwinds haunt Zim local authorities

Resultantly, 75 local authorities were in arrears. The respective local authorities that failed to submit were in arrears, mainly due to the impact of Covid-19 restrictions.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 28, 2024

Impact of info disorders on citizen participation

Social media platforms, often unwittingly, amplify these narratives, making them accessible to millions.
By Ruvimbo Muswe Mar. 22, 2024

Don’t blame higher learning institutions for politicians’ blunders

As I went through this article, my attention was immersed on looking for the reason for this condemnation of the university in this manner.
By Reinford Khumalo Mar. 22, 2024

He has sacrificed to help country pass Maths

 While he has been requesting for permission from the government to host workshops for teachers, his plans are limbo over the past two years.
By Delight Guma Mar. 17, 2024