Right-wing surge rattles traditional EU powers

Centrists retain majority, but Europe's major economies face political headwinds
By Admin Jun. 11, 2024

Women should participate in politics: Mutsvangwa

Mutsvangwa made the remarks during a high-level dialogue meeting conducted by the ministry, Bulawayo metropolitan provincial leadership and women
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 29, 2024

Corruption Watch: Has Chamisa been bought?

Will Chamisa be able to come back and make a good mark on the landscape of Zimbabwean opposition politics once again?
By Tawanda Majoni Apr. 7, 2024

Financing agric in Zim: What are the challenges, opportunities?

But remittances are not assured, as conditions change at migrant destinations, whether through Covid-19 restrictions, economic depression or xenophobic violence.
By Ian Scoones Feb. 16, 2024

Newsday cartoon 12 February, 2024 edition

Newsday cartoon 12 February, 2024 edition
By The Watcher Feb. 11, 2024

Female MPs lobby for sexual harassment law

The calls were made during a recent sensitisation workshop for women leaders by the Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence.
By Lorraine Muromo Dec. 8, 2023

Surmounting barriers to women’s political participation

Their main task has now become to mobilise female voters in election campaigns and to promote male candidates.
By Lovemore Nyawo Oct. 13, 2023

Why African farming communities are fed up with partisan politics

Sometimes it is not just about policy making but empowering communities to develop themselves using their own resources.
By Charles Dhewa Oct. 13, 2023

New approaches needed to improve women’s political participation in Zimbabwe

The government, for its part, has to do more than extend proportional representation provisions and draw up national gender policies that read well on paper.
By Nana Zulu Oct. 5, 2023