‘Road carnages now a pandemic’
RSCZ president Sam Nyaude appealed to authorities to make road safety a priority to save lives.
By Emma Nhancumba Jun. 3, 2023
Expand civic space, UN urges govt
Türk said the country was experiencing threats and attacks on journalists and human rights defenders, online bullying and harassment, crackdown on peaceful assembly and internet shutdowns.
By Emma Nhancumba May. 30, 2023
Climate crisis calls for leadership to speak up
The continent is bearing the brunt of the climate crisis, with effects ranging from expanding desertification, salinisation of croplands due to floods.
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga May. 30, 2023
Re-imagining the workplace: Abuse of rights and responsibilities in the workplace
Wage theft occurs in both the public and private sectors in Zimbabwe.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu May. 28, 2023
How climate-smart millets can anchor fight against food insecurity
The United Nations declared the year 2023 the international year of millets.
By Edith Mugehu May. 26, 2023
Stop judicial harassment of rights defenders: UN
Ngarivhume was recently jailed for inciting public violence.
By Emma Nhancumba May. 26, 2023
Zim loses 5 lives everyday in traffic accidents
Mhona, however, said there had been a reduction in accidents involving National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) trains.
By Emma Nhancumba May. 19, 2023
Rights group launches peace essay-writing competition
The students will be required to write an essay, between 800 and 1 000 words, under the title How can young people contribute towards building a peaceful Zimbabwe?
By Emmah Nhancumba May. 16, 2023
Whizkid Zhou, a girl child torchbearer
A former Chisipite Senior School head girl, Zhou is set to receive the internationally-acclaimed educational award for her outstanding performance.
By Winstone Antonio May. 15, 2023
Senate passes ‘Patriot Bill’...Proposed law now awaits Presidential assent
CSOs flag ‘judicial capture’
By Silas Nkala