Populism will not teach your children

Furthermore, there has been a brouhaha between the government and teachers who are engaged in moonlighting with the same children that they teach.
By Nicholas Aribino Jul. 19, 2024

Land restoration, desertification and drought resilience

The theme on land restoration, desertification and drought resilience is particularly important given that the large tracks of land are degraded every year.
By ZELA Jun. 16, 2024

Perspectives: Debt and the welfare of children in Zimbabwe

According to a Save the Children research, Sub-Saharan Africa, for instance, pays back about $13.5 billion in debt annually.
By Artwell Dzobo Apr. 14, 2024

Global efforts in curbing wildlife crime not enough

Additionally, it is crucial to adapt to emerging trends and ensure sustainable funding and political commitment in order to achieve lasting progress in the fight against wildlife crime.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Feb. 2, 2024

For every child, every right — the case for children’s participation

While all children’s rights are important, the significance of participation rights is often understated and underrepresented.
By Kudzai-vimbiso Tseriwa Nov. 24, 2023

Where is the play centre for children?

Every piece of land considered for human settlement should have appropriate spaces for recreational facilities for children
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Aug. 15, 2023

A tough call for Zim voters with visual impairment

The Electoral Act has a provision for having people with visual impairment being assisted to vote by people of their own choice.
By Cyprian Muchemwa and Nicholas Aribino Jul. 11, 2023

Climate crisis calls for leadership to speak up

The continent is bearing the brunt of the climate crisis, with effects ranging from expanding desertification, salinisation of croplands due to floods.
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga May. 30, 2023

Corruption affecting economic recovery

In addition, there is limited information on the practical implementation of co-ordinated measures against money laundering in the country.
By Amh Voices Apr. 18, 2023