US call for peaceful poll rattles govt
Information deputy minister Kindness Paradza said the embassy’s message was in contravention of the Vienna Convention of Diplomatic Relations.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 30, 2023
Call for govts to prioritise health
In a statement delivered during the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland last week the coalition urged governments to make health for all a reality.
By Donald Nyandoro May. 29, 2023
Govt urged to establish debt audit committee
A communique concluding the three-day debt conference held in Harare recently outlined a raft of recommendations to be implemented by the government to address the debt issue.
By Melody Chikono May. 29, 2023
Perspectives: Closing the gender gap through effective pro- poor debt policies
The country currently lacks a comprehensive debt policy, which ensures maintenance of sound financial position and protected credit quality.
By Vanessa Jaravaza May. 21, 2023
Who shall stop education sector mess?
During our time we had PTAs and oh boy! Did we do a good job? We worked hard under racism and yet schools posted excellent results and had quality education.
By AMH Voices May. 3, 2023
SA lawyers throw weight behind Mahere
She was fined US$500 for undermining the authority of the police, with the court ruling that her conduct was reckless and detrimental to the State.
By Emma Nhancumba Apr. 24, 2023
Letters: Zec must avail the voters roll
While the Data Protection Act is there to provide for data protection with due regard to the declaration of rights under the Constitution
By AMH Voices Apr. 14, 2023
Mwonzora court challenge raises stink
On Tuesday, Mwonzora lodged a court application seeking to have the elections deferred because of the controversy surrounding the delimitation.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 16, 2023
Editorial Comment: Zim heading for a major constitutional crisis
According to the country’s constitutional provisions and electoral timeframes for holding a general election, the window of opportunity to avert a constitutional crisis is fast closing.
By Newsday Feb. 20, 2023
Mapeza remains optimistic