When closure takes forever

However, out of this entire debacle we believe Zimbabweans should learn a major lesson: Tolerance to others’ political opinions and inclinations.
By Newsday Feb. 21, 2024

The ongoing land evictions in Zimbabwe: A trail of destruction and injustice

It is imperative that the Zimbabwean government takes immediate action to address the grievances of those affected by the land evictions.
By Newsday Feb. 16, 2024

Our central hospitals cry for serious attention

If Wicknell Chivhayo can purchase cars worth millions of dollar for artists, I do not think he will refuse to sort the miserable water system at Sally Mugabe Hospital if he is approached.
By Johannes Marisa Feb. 15, 2024

Xenophobia fears as SA party targets Zim learners

He said the principal, one Nkabinde, confirmed that the SGB chairperson was indeed Zimbabwean but dismissed allegations that his school made an application to teach Shona.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 14, 2024

UK care firm charged workers from Africa thousands more than cost of visa

The Home Office charges no more than £551 for a visa for care workers and the cost of a sponsor licence for a small company to bring in foreign care workers is £536.
By The Guardian Feb. 14, 2024

Outcry over inhumane evictions

He said every Zimbabwean has the right to shelter as he rallied Zimbabweans to unite against the unjust evictions.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 14, 2024

Inside Hwange’s elephant deaths

According to documents that Truth Diggers obtained from DNPW sources,
By Oscar Nkala Feb. 8, 2024

ERC concerned over low voter turnout

In a statement after the February 3 by-elections, ERC attributed the declining voter participation to a form of protest to recalls.
By Gracious Daniel Feb. 8, 2024
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Fresh polls before 2028, says Chamisa

There are good people in Zanu PF and other different political parties and those must be galvanised into making this country a peace haven.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Feb. 4, 2024