Unicef appeals for US$84m for drought response

Unicef said the full impact of the drought is expected to manifest only later, hence the need for quick intervention.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 18, 2024

Concerns as street children overrun Byo CBD

A businessman who operates in that area, Kelechi Godwin of Pettkel Investment, said their clients were avoiding doing business with them because of the street children.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 15, 2024

Only 1 in 5 African countries funding elementary education

Zimbabwe and the rest of the continent on Sunday commemorated the Day of the African Child running under the theme Education for All Children in Africa: The Time is Now!
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 18, 2024

Children are the future, let’s protect them

Children who are deprived of opportunities should be assisted to break free from the cycle of poverty.
By Newsday Jun. 14, 2024

Karoi’s Magora wins grand prize at OK Grand Challenge

In line with their mission to make happiness tangible, OK Zimbabwe has also been deeply committed to giving back to the community.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 11, 2024

US$39m Korea, Unicef climate grant to bolster social services

According to a statement released this week, the fund represents the single largest grant received from the Korean government with the total grant pegged at US$39 million.
By Gracious Daniel May. 23, 2024

The fight over alcohol advertising by celebrities

At the same time as recognition of the harm caused by alcohol companies and their marketing practices is growing, celebrities are accelerating their alcohol promotions.
By Kristina Sperkova and Labran Musa May. 17, 2024

Villagers warned against paying for food delivery

The warning came following complaints by some villagers in rural parts of Zimbabwe who indicated that they were being ordered to pay transport
By Silas Nkala May. 14, 2024