Freedom of expression as a driver for other human rights
However, the year 2022 saw the country witnessing an increase in the number of violations against journalists.
By Alec Muchadehama May. 4, 2023
Fire scare at Mpilo Hospital
Phiri said the fire was minor. Mpilo chief executive officer Narcisius Dzvanga refused to comment on the matter.
By ZANELE NDLOVU Feb. 15, 2023
The massive Gothia Cup
There have been many footballers who participated in the Gothia Cup during their youth careers and later went on to become famous players
By Southern Eye Jan. 5, 2023
Letters: Journalists safety imperative as new laws come into action
The meeting reflected on the publicised approved Cabinet principles on the amendments to the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) Amendment Bill and the Media Practitioners Bill
By AMH Voices Dec. 27, 2022
Proposed media laws a travesty
These functions include the registration of mass media services, accreditation of journalists and administration of a media fund.
By OWN CORRESPONDENT Dec. 18, 2022
Obituary: Abigail Gamanya was more than a media icon
For us, female journalists in Zimbabwe, Abi was more than a mentor; she was a sister.
By Koliwe Majama Oct. 17, 2022
Pipe bursts leave Byo dry
Bulawayo City Council issued a statement assuring residents of the affected areas that repairs were ongoing.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Oct. 5, 2022
Zim newspapers struggling: Mutsvangwa
She said local newspapers were struggling to raise adequate revenue through advertising to meet operational demands.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 1, 2022
Media co-regulation is the way to go for Zimbabwe
Most media organisations in Zimbabwe subscribe to this self-regulatory mechanism, with the code of conduct being the yardstick for professional journalistic standards and the basis on which the media is held accountable to the public.
By The NewsDay Aug. 21, 2022
GOLD MAFIA: Absa suspends two staff members in Gold Leaf Tobacco probe
Anger grows over ‘Patriot Bill’