Zim not learning from neo-liberal historical failures
Globalisation on its own is unsympathetically affecting the economy of Zimbabwe through brain drain.
By AMH Voices Mar. 28, 2023
Is revamping sex education the answer, as teen pregnancies soar?
Teachers aren’t adequately trained to offer this kind of education, she adds. “Just like a sports teacher where a teacher can have a degree in sport, the same should be done for sex education.”
By Global Press Journal Mar. 24, 2023
Malawians search for relatives buried under the mud as death toll jumps
While the storm had dissipated, rain continued to hamper rescue efforts as vehicles struggled on flooded roads.
By Reuters Mar. 19, 2023
Outcry over state of Old Gwanda road
Moyo said the road had become a nightmare for motorists and travellers due to its bad state.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 19, 2023
Govt fails to pay wheat farmers, owes US$31m
The GMB has so far paid the Zimbabwe component worth ZW$37,8 billion (about US$42 million), officials said this week.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 17, 2023
Elumelu Foundation transforming entrepreneurship
The EdTech business is appealing to me because I believe that it is the future of many industries including healthcare and finance,” Chaynane said.
By Enos Denhere Mar. 17, 2023
ZimParks should restore Campfire programmes
It is as if these communities should not have a say in how the wildlife resources around them are managed, yet they have been custodians of these resources for generations.
By Newsday Mar. 14, 2023
Graft stifling service delivery: Survey
The report said corruption also contributed to the current health sector decay as patients were being forced to pay for services in cash.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Mar. 13, 2023
‘Win. Don’t Bin’ this Food Waste Action Week
Equally, reducing food waste can drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions and help protect the environment.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 10, 2023