Govt pushes ahead with contentious PVOs Bill

Mnangagwa, under relentless pressure from local and international organisations, sent it back to Parliament for reconsideration.
By Problem Masau Jul. 16, 2024

NGOs slam ‘useless’ PVO Bill designed to ‘capture’ sector

The proposed legislation has also been criticised by opposition parties, claiming it is a ploy by the government to constrict civic society.
By Julia Ndlela Jul. 12, 2024

Beware of surge in COVID-19 cases, WHO warns

The government, however, allayed fears that the flu outbreak is linked to COVID-19 insisting that it is an ordinary strain associated with the cold weather.
By Vanessa Gonye Jul. 12, 2024

WHO Zim chief urges vaccine uptake in cholera fight

Zimbabwe launched the cholera vaccination campaign in January this year with a target to  vaccinate 2,3 million people.
By Vanessa Gonye Jul. 11, 2024

Families earn a living from creative, craft sectors

In the report based on the baseline survey on the state of the informal sector, ILO and Unesco said the significance of the informal economy in Zimbabwe could not be underestimated.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 7, 2024

Bleak outlook for Zim’s consumers

The International Labour Organisation defines working poverty as the percentage of the working population living on less than US$2,15 a day, using purchasing power parity.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 7, 2024

‘Implement agro-ecology policy to combat climate change’

Rivera said VSO offered training in agro-ecology and sustainable farming practices to increase agricultural productivity and food security.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 3, 2024

Zim makes progress in Aids, malaria fight

Turning to the drought situation, Muswere said grain distribution, under the Food Deficit Mitigation Strategy and Urban Transfer Programme, increased from June 20.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 3, 2024

The new silent killer: Drugs and alcohol abuse linked to deaths in Chitungwiza

Heartbreaks like what is happening in Chitungwiza and other parts of the country include, not only the grief and mourning of individual families, but of the whole society.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 30, 2024