A test case for Nigeria’s Cybercrime Act

Many are concerned about the potential misuse of Nigeria's Cybercrime Act as a tool for censorship.
By Jacob Mutisi May. 17, 2024

Editorial Comment: Press freedom a vital cog in civil liberties

The media is a vital cog in the security of civil liberties, which is why we are the fourth estate after the legislature, judiciary and executive arms of the state.
By The Standard May. 5, 2024

Press Freedom and climate journalism: United in crisis

Some journalists understandably believe they are targeted by Israeli forces.
By Amh Voices May. 4, 2024

Digital digest: AI revolutionising journalism: Time newsrooms jump on board

Newsrooms will continue tackling complex tasks like data analysis, content curation and personalised delivery through AI integration.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Apr. 27, 2024

The Zim media national question

The media, outside the question of ownership — is ideally the fourth arm of the state with a watchdog role over the executive, legislature and judiciary.
By Nigel Nyamutumbu Nov. 26, 2023

Journalists not safe: VMCZ

According to the report, there is concern over some harsh legislation that VMCZ says had the net effect of criminalising journalism.
By Gracious Daniel and Sharon Zebra Nov. 15, 2023

Digital digest: Fighting fake news in the digital era

Thus, information becomes a vital parameter for decision-making. Therefore, this can make or break a nation and society.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Aug. 26, 2023

ZMC calls for balanced news reporting

Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) vice chairperson, Jasper Maphosa, made the remarks during a media and election reporting training on Monday in Kariba.
By Nhau Mangirazi Aug. 8, 2023

The future of publishing: a call for radical innovation in journalism education

he media industry in Zimbabwe needs to employ measures that guarantee continuity in the digital era.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Jul. 22, 2023