Unpacking factors influencing media conduct during elections

The notable improvements in particular the flighting of opposition political advertisments are reflective of that stakeholders' commitment.
By Nigel Nyamutumbu Aug. 27, 2023

Freedom of expression as a driver for other human rights

However, the year 2022 saw the country witnessing an increase in the number of violations against journalists.
By Alec Muchadehama May. 4, 2023

Exposed: Porous borders and graft fuel drugs, fake medicines smuggling

Due to his consistent travels through the designated ports of entry, Mwelwa has become habituated to all the immigration formalities.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Apr. 23, 2023

Feature: Zim’s quest for media self-regulation

The major question in contention is whether the media should have one representative body or several bodies partnering the ZMC in the co-regulation framework.
By Tapfuma Machakaire Mar. 17, 2023

When advertising, journalistic integrity collide.

Advertising is the main business model across Zimbabwean media, according to a 2020 study by Media Monitors, a local think tank.
By Global Press Journal Jan. 17, 2023

Harare’s drug lords ruling over ghettos

“The Zimbabwe National Drug Master Plan talks of the law enforcement agents taking care of that side of things,” Box said.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 24, 2022