Workers endure Zanu PF misrule: Opposition

In his address ahead of Workers Day on Tuesday, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said his government was committed to protecting the rights of the employees.
By Problem Masau and Lorraine Muromo May. 2, 2024

Women protest over misinformation

Despite being the dominant voting group, women have been reduced to mostly cheerleaders in Zimbabwe’s politics as their number continues to drop in each election.
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 23, 2024

Fringe parties join NERA

Chairperson of the Legal Affairs Committee, Linda Masarira, urged more political parties to embrace NERA.
By Linda Chinobva Jan. 29, 2024

Mutsvangwa bemoans gender imbalance in politics

Another female presidential candidate, Linda Masarira, lost a High Court challenge to have her name included on the ballot paper.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Nov. 3, 2023

Misogyny, cyber bullying and toxicity in Zim politics

While some researchers blame polarisation on political elites, many ordinary citizens are stuck in firm partisan loyalty.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 29, 2023

Women’s groups fret over drop in female MPs

Labour, Economists and African Democrats (Lead) president, Linda Masarira, said the political environment was hostile against women.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 31, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Judiciary should be an independent arbiter

Kasukuwere has been living in South Africa since the 2017 coup that toppled Mugabe.
By Silence Aug. 4, 2023

News in depth: Deluge of court cases puts Zec in catch 22 situation ahead of August 23 polls

A weekly report by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum cited Zanu PF supporters as behind incidents of violence and intimidation of opposition activists. 
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Kennedy Nyavaya Jul. 30, 2023

Linda Masarira application thrown out with costs

Masarira took ZEC to court after failing to raise the US$20 000 fee required to enter the presidential race.
By Boitumelo Makhurane Jul. 27, 2023