CSO rewards honest civil servants

The same nomination campaign will be held in Bulawayo on April 4, as the organisation seeks to pick five high-performing civil servants from across the country.
By Brent Shamu Mar. 28, 2024

Editorial Comment: Sanctions: Stop living a lie

Washington announced last week that it was terminating its 2003 Zimbabwe sanctions programme and replacing it with more targeted punitive measures.
By The Standard Mar. 10, 2024

Poor funding stalling drug abuse fight: Report

ALZ recorded a clinical psychologists density is 0,04 per 100 000 population and a psychiatrists density of 0,1 per 100 000 population.
By Brent Shamu Jan. 26, 2024

NGOs call for data on drug abuse

Mpembe said drug and substance abuse was high among youths who are susceptible to pressure and eagerness to experience new things.
By Brent Shamu Dec. 18, 2023

Why performance management fails

Organisations must prioritise clear goal-setting, effective communication, proper training, and unbiased evaluations to overcome these challenges.
By Memory Nguwi Sep. 8, 2023

Will Zimbabwe’s Sovereign Wealth Fund accelerate development?

Norway has the largest ($1,3 trillion) and most successful SWF in the world and the reasons for its success include;
By Vince Musewe Jul. 25, 2023

Don’t criminalise drug users

Criminalisation, mass incarceration, stigma and discrimination against people who use drugs defeat the purpose and reasons why the government adopted the Zimbabwe National Drug Master Plan
By Amh Voices Jun. 26, 2023

Ndlovu sings for healing, reconciliation

The video of Qiniso (The Truth) is available on Voice2Rep Zimbabwe’s Facebook and YouTube platforms as well as all major music platforms.
By Life & Style Reporter May. 4, 2023

Edutainment mix: Artists must play a role in strengthening of accountability

The artists as leaders have an important mandate to be the voice that stimulates the responsible authorities to deliver the appropriate quality services.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Apr. 23, 2023