Workplace depression on the rise in Zim
We are living in times of uncertainty, and many people are stressed, anxious and depressed, especially considering the price of labour which has been overtaken by costs of goods and services.
By Emmanuel Zvada May. 30, 2023
Mudhindo gives in to changing tides
Mudhindo, who is the Orchestra Vazvamburi front man, said he was working on putting together his new album, which is yet to be titled.
By ALFRED TEMBO May. 28, 2023
Misa flags shrinking Press freedom in southern Africa
In a report titled The State of Press Freedom in Southern Africa 2022 , Misa accused governments of enacting laws that muzzle the media.
By Priveledge Gumbodete May. 23, 2023
Wellness: the 21st Century’s most critical competence
The lockdown measures implemented by many countries around the globe gave rise to sharp increases in reported cases of anxiety and depression.
By Jessie Mhaka May. 14, 2023
John Eppel launches A Colonial Boy
Eppel said he wanted to memorialize his nuclear family during the relatively brief time they spent together.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 14, 2023
Negotiating media reforms in a complex environment
The Zimbabwean media has been clear and categorical in their quest to self-regulate in line and sync with the Windhoek Declaration principles.
By Nigel Nyamutumbu May. 7, 2023
Editor’s Memo: Realistic job creation plan needed
Without labour, nothing prospers, as Sophocles, the ancient Greek tragedian, rightly said.
By Faith Zaba May. 5, 2023
Erosion of freedoms of expression, media a concern
The fragile media economy has curtailed people’s access to and consumption of information products and has resulted in loss of jobs for media practitioners.
By AMH Voices May. 5, 2023
Intersectionality of freedom of expression, electoral processes
On November 4 2021, Mutsvangwa, announced the deployment of a "cyber-team that is constantly on social media to monitor what people send and receive".
By tabani moyo May. 5, 2023
Mapeza remains optimistic