Authorities fail to reign in bulk water operators

By Charles Saki On the 11th of September 2020, a community in the leafy suburb of Borowdale Brooke was gripped by horror and irreparable

Seke Community Meetiing

Seke Rural Communities Encouraged To Engage In Local Governance Issues

As part of Community Radio Harare (CORAH) and Seke Rural Development Platform (SERDP) awareness campaigns meant to mobilise citizens so they would participate in

Gospel Musician Using Music To Fight Discrimination Of People With Albinism

By Nyasha Nhau A Goromonzi - Mabvuku based gospel artist Blessing Matikwa has joined the disability community in the fight against discrimination and is

Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) calls for unity and love

Nyasha Nhau A newly formed political party ldeas Party of Democracy led by South Africa based Herbert Chamuka has taken charity work to the

Zim Social Welfare Interventions Inadequate For Coronavirus Economic Hiatus

By Nyasha Nhau Coronavirus pandemic is expected to cause some kind of economic recession as it sweeps across the world. In an effort to

Nurses threaten Strike over inadequate Coronavirus Resources

Zimbabwe Nurses Association (ZINA) has threatened to boycott work due to the lack of adequate resources needed to control the spread of Coronavirus in

CiZC Statement on Covid 19: A Call for Unity and Action in Zimbabwe

The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) implores the government of Zimbabwe to speedily draft and implement a national plan on managing and mitigating the

COVID 19 – VISET to Put in Place a Comprehensive Informal Sector Response Plan

The novel coronavirus (COVID- 19) which was first detected in China is a solid confirmation that every country needs to be ready to timely

Seke rural land dispute claims a life

By Yolanda Zanamwe A Seke headman Muchatama Chanakira was reported to Chief Seke Stanley Chimanikire over land boundaries on 22 February this year. Neighbouring

Harare West Female leadership Feeds 90 Families…

The Harare West female leadership comprising of the Harare West National House of Assembly member Hon. Joana Mamombe and Ward 41 Councillor Mrs Kudzai