Crisis as half of Zim needs food aid

Masuka said the food insecure will get physical maize, wheat or traditional grains depending on circumstances such as if that area requires traditional grains or wheat.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 15, 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

Jail him for life, rape victim pleads

In her written submission, the girl said she felt a lesser human, and will possibly stay like that for a lifetime.
By Rex Mphisa May. 11, 2024

‘Zim lagging behind on gender policy implementation’

According to the report, the prevalence of gender-based violence is high, and incidences of several forms of GBV remain unchanged.
By Melody Chikono May. 3, 2024

Only 2% of Zim women own agricultural land: World Bank

The WB said fewer women earned their livelihoods in the agriculture sector, 66% compared to 57%, with their productivity lower.
By Belinda Chiroodza May. 2, 2024

African economies should use natural resources to shape career pathways

A lot could be learnt from African tradition that had its own ways of identifying talents, gifts and passions within children from a tender age.
By Charles Dhewa May. 1, 2024

Zim struggles to attain gender equality: World Bank

The report also flagged cases of violence against children saying less than 40% of survivors knew where to access GBV services while only 5% sought and received assistance.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 30, 2024

‘Zimbabwe needs reforms to tackle externalistion’

Specifically, he said alignment was needed between the factor and the central bank before engaging in the transaction.
By Belinda Chiroodza and Melody Chikono Apr. 28, 2024

Access to credit by women improves

In a bid to enhance the credit infrastructure and promote financial inclusion, the central bank established the collateral registry in November 2022.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 17, 2024