Lorraine Muromo

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Include PWDs in electoral processes: CSOs

The limited available data shows an “extremely low” participation and representation of people with disability, especially women in political leadership roles.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 6, 2022

Masisi under fire for bootlicking ED

Masisi was accused of showering all manner of praises to Mnangagwa’s government during his three-day State visit to Zimbabwe.
By Vanessa Gonye and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 6, 2022

'Terrified' teachers report for duty

Educators Union of Zimbabwe secretary-general Tapedza Zhou told NewsDay that their survey revealed that teachers were suffering in silence and reported for work under protest.

Govt pleased with teacher turnout, but ...

Teachers are demanding United States dollar salaries amid high inflation, which they say has turned them into paupers.
By Vanessa Gonye and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 7, 2022

'Regulate political parties'

‘Regulate political parties’
By Lorraine Muromo and Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 7, 2022

Enact Right to Shelter Act, Parly urged

Enact Right to Shelter Act, Parly urged
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 7, 2022

Measles outbreak looms in schools

Measles outbreak looms in schools
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 8, 2022

Cannabis a God-given gift for Zim: Chiwenga

Cannabis a God-given gift for Zim: Chiwenga
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Sep. 8, 2022

Afreximbank Zim trade centre on cards

AFRICAN Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) Bank has taken the first step to establish a trade centre in Zimbabwe which will cater for the southern African region.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 9, 2022

Zacc descends on 'delinquent' schools

GOVERNMENT has unleashed the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) on schools allegedly refusing to accept tuition fee payments in local currency.
By Lorraine Muromo and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 10, 2022

Govt admits letting down new settlements

GOVERNMENT has admitted failure to provide adequate service to thousands of families in new urban settlements.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 10, 2022

Deliver free education, govt told

For years, the government has been promising free basic education, but has failed to implement the policy.
By Lorraine Muromo and Methembe Sibanda Sep. 13, 2022

Minister defends UZ’s 1000% fee hike

HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Amon Murwira has defended the hefty fee hike at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) saying local tertiary institutions‘ fees were too low.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 16, 2022

Bus operators pledge to end crisis

PUBLIC transport players have committed to revamp the sector with modern and customer-friendly buses to help manage the country’s unrelenting transport crisis.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 16, 2022

‘Media freedom under the yoke’

These are rights that are guaranteed under sections 57 and 61 of the constitution of Zimbabwe,” the media freedom advocates said in a statement.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 17, 2022

Civil servants issue 10-day ultimatum

Mthuli had said government was considering increasing their salaries in local currency, and also the United States dollar component.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 17, 2022

Top cop added to US sanctions list

This came as the US government said it would also delist 11 individuals from the sanctions list on grounds that they are either deceased or no longer warrant determination.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 17, 2022

Women, girls bear brunt of poor justice systems

Her elderly  father attempted to rape her nine-year-old daughter, but fortunately discovered it.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 18, 2022

UZ taken to court by students over fees

In an urgent chamber application filed at the High Court, Narshon Kohlo, Paidamoyo Mafusire and Ethel Museswa cited Mapfumo and the UZ as respondents.

Wheat farmers squeal over high bank rates

In May, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe drastically revised its interest policy, which pushed interest rates to 200%, from 120% previously.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 23, 2022

Zim among world’s hungriest nations

ZIMBABWE is among the world’s top 19 countries that face severe food shortages this year, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has said.
By Lorraine Muromo and Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 23, 2022

Zim needs 100 000 teachers

A government circular seen by NewsDay revealed that government will soon recruit 3 904 teachers.
By Lorraine Muromo and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 23, 2022

Zim at peace: ED

The run-up to the March by-elections was marred by political violence that claimed the life of an opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) activist.

‘I’m a political prisoner’

He is charged alongside fellow CCC legislator Godfrey Sithole and 14 other Nyatsime residents. They have been denied bail countless times, with Sikhala singled out as unrepentant.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 23, 2022

ZRBF rescues hunger-prone communities

The project came as Zimbabwe, like many other countries, had been facing a number of environmental and economic shocks.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 28, 2022

Govt sets terms for NGOs

Haritatos applauded the UNDP- ZRBF for its efforts to align its development agenda with government policies.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 30, 2022

Sikhala, Sithole innocent: Chamisa

They have been in detention since June 14 and have been denied bail countless times.

Apostolic women suffer in the name of religion

“All my children are married off and bore their offspring with no complications.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 2, 2022

Govt sleeping on the wheel: Zimcodd

The Zimcodd report stated that the errant government entities and local authorities were enjoying impunity.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 4, 2022

Help curb cancer, govt urged

Zimbabwe will this month join the rest of the World in campaigning against breast cancer.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 4, 2022