Campaigners fight to end street life for women

On the streets, young girls and women sleep on pavements in groups to avoid being attacked or raped.
By Vincent Mungofa Feb. 2, 2024

Women lobby for equitable budget allocation

In the 2023 budget, the Ministry of Women's Affairs was allocated $18.5 billion, which translates to 0.5% of the total budget.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Oct. 31, 2023

Female squatters plead for GBV lessons

Over the weekend NewsDay visited the area and spoke to some women who said they have endured pain in their marriages due to being exposed to regular GBV.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 16, 2023

Sexual Harassment Act long overdue

The Sexual Harassment Act is required as soon as yesterday to create favourable workplace environments. It cannot be business as usual for sex predators to flourish. 
By Newsday Oct. 7, 2023

Workplace sexual harassment manual launched

ILO officer-in-charge Anna-Marie Kiaga said the manual was important in the fight to stop violence and sexual harassment in workplaces.
By Gracious Daniel Sep. 23, 2023

Zim bigger than all of us

Zimbabweans no longer have a common understanding as to what can develop Zimbabwe because of political polarisation that is just toxic.
By Nicholas Aribino Sep. 18, 2023

Political participation: A sine qua non for every Zimbo

Co-nationality comes with the engagement of citizens through positive reciprocity.
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Jul. 17, 2023

LSU senior staffer fingered in sex scandal

Contacted for comment, LSU spokesperson Zwelithini Dlamini confirmed that the university had received a report. He, however, declined to give further details on the issue.
By Silas Nkala Apr. 3, 2023

Lupane University Vice Chancellor off the hook

In an interview on Wednesday, ZGC chief executive officer, Virginia Muwanigwa said they have completed investigations and the final report will be tabled before Parliament.
By Silas Nkala Apr. 2, 2023