Govt sued over sex toys ban
Dewa filed the application after a Gwanda State University (GSU) female lecturer was jailed six months late last year after she imported sex toys from Germany.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 11, 2023
Govt, political parties not doing much to curb violence
The panellists concurred that women were, indeed, the biggest victims of political violence before, during and after elections and that the perpetrators are mostly men.
By AMH Voices Jan. 30, 2023
MPs demand stiffer penalties for sex offenders
The issue came out during discussions on progress in the enactment of the proposed Sexual Harassment Act and the issue of sexual harassment on girls and women.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 22, 2022
MPs exchange notes on fighting child marriages
Women's Parliamentary Caucus chairperson Goodluck Kwaramba said more needs to be done in fightingearly child marriages.
By Nhau Mangirazi Oct. 29, 2022
Letters: Democratise natural resource governance
Democracy is not an event but a way of life. Democracy is not limited to the day of voting but rather it is reflected in how the voter is treated between elections.
By Newsday Sep. 19, 2022
Letters: Women representation faces hurdles
ERC director Barbara Bhebhe said women candidates during primary elections are not supported because they are considered weak.
By AMH Voices Sep. 15, 2022
Zec must reduce candidate nomination fees
The poor will not manage to pay and this means that political participation is now reserved for the rich.
By Newsday Sep. 12, 2022
Anger grows over ‘Patriot Bill’