Mutsvangwa calls for more women chiefs

Mutsvangwa said having women in traditional leadership structures would promote a more gender-sensitive and inclusive court system.
By Gracious Daniel Feb. 29, 2024

Zambia enacts new Access to Information law

Grant Tungay, the spokesperson for the Zambian Civil Society Organizations’ Coalition on Access to Information, or ATI, said the new law is not perfect, but it is a good start.
By VOA Jan. 10, 2024

Calls to end cyber bullying of female journalists

A study by Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom titled: “Sustaining Media Freedom for Female Journalists in Zimbabwe” reveals alarming statistics. 
By Boldwill Hungwe Dec. 15, 2023

The unfinished African liberation business

In giving us the African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights, our forefathers gave us an option other than violence.
By Dzikamai Bere Nov. 3, 2023

Political violence victims recount horror attacks

CCC official Vongai Tome said some of the victims, 110 of them in total including children, have been moved to safe houses in Harare.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 2023

Role of domestic observers in polls

Safeguarding the electoral process is an act of patriotism and demonstrates a commitment to democracy not only in Zimbabwe but in many countries that hold elections.

Empowering Zim’s future through democracy

Compared to other young Africans, Zimbabwean youth display even higher enthusiasm for democratic processes.
By Nyasha Mpani and Lennon Monyae Jul. 28, 2023

Senegal’s future hangs in balance

The excessive use of force by the authorities, a heavy-handed response to dissenting voices, not only exacerbates tensions but also undermines the principles of democracy and human rights.
By Nyasha Mpani Jun. 16, 2023

FEATURE: Africa intensifies fight against religious related child sexual abuse

African countries believe, intensive awareness campaigns engaging and tasking religious leaders with championing sexual abuse discussion is key.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 29, 2023