Staff Writer WOMEN Reform Network, a grouping of 25 women’s rights organisations that advocate for gender equality has condemned the use of violence against women politicians. The statement follows the recent attack of the MDC Alliance Zvimba South constituency coordinating member Maria...
THE ZAOGA-run Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) has barred five aspiring Student Executive Council (SEC) candidates from contesting on grounds that they cannot speak in tongues and are not “spirit filled” to lead students. The students have since approached the...
Staff Writer THE United Nations has dispatched its Special Rapporteur, Alena Douhan to investigate allegations of gross human rights violations being levelled against Zimbabwe. The ten days long visit which kicks off on October 18 2021 was necessitated by President Emmerson...
By Staff Writer A landmark report launched by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has revealed deep work deficits amid calls by experts for authorities to urgently craft responsive policies to bridge the gaps. This emerged at the launch of the Zimbabwe...
HWANGE: The community here is worried over the increase in the theft of “Wankie Bricks” from graves at the Madumabisa cemetery. The bricks renowned for their strength are being stolen in numbers amid suspicions they are sold to home builders...
GREEN FUEL security guards armed with guns and dogs Thursday morning moved in to provide security as the company destroyed crops and structures owned by over 1 000 households in Chinyamukwakwa village, Chipinge. The destruction is meant to pave way...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa Tuesday announced new Covid-19 restrictions, which include an 18:30 to 06:00 curfew to curb the spread of the pandemic. Following the recent surge in new Covid-19 cases and localised district lockdowns, Mnangagwa introducing other level four lockdown measures...
Staff Writer Roman Catholic priest Father Immanuel Ribeiro has died. He was 86 years old and was admitted at St Anne’s Hospital where he died early Thursday morning. A composer and novelist. Ribeiro has penned over 17 Roman Catholic Church songs. He was...
Staff Writer ZIMBABWE has seen a significant decline in education spending in the last two years due to macro-economic challenges, the World Bank has noted. The international monetary organisation has since called for extensive reforms to translate the government’s education vision...
A ZIMBABWEAN man, Godfrey Muzhuzha (50), who was jailed in the United Kingdom in 2005 for killing his former wife Judith Muzhuzha, has died just before his release from prison. Muzhuzha had served a 15-year jail term in Hemel Hempsted...