IRI Steps Up Inclusion Agenda in its efforts to curb MDM.

By Nyasha Nhau CORAH Disability Journalist The International Republic Institute (IRI) has further engaged organisations of persons with disabilities, journalists, and media houses in

Women and PWDs in Chitungwiza on #EndWaterPoverty Campaign Drive.

Pauline Chateuka Women and persons with disabilities in Chitungwiza have called on the government and the town's city fathers to take the construction of

Sand Pouching A Stumbling Block for Environmental Conservation

Ronald Chigwada Youths in Hopely, who are earning a living through sand pouching and selling firewood have urged the government to assist them with

Climate Change Negatively Impacts Women and PWDs in Epworth

Nonhlanhla Ngwenya Community Radio Harare supported by WAN-IFRA African Media Grants is taking the climate change message from hotel conferences to the grassroots. The

Women and Persons With Disabilities Steer Climate Change Mitigation Committee

Ronald Chigwada Women and persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Epworth have pledged to take a leading role in preserving the environment and lessening climate

Parents Urge Government to Put Order in the Education Sector

Ronald Chigwada A survey carried out by Community Radio Harare (CORAH) has yielded that a large number of parents are complaining over fees they

Juru Women Ready to Take the Lead.

Pauline Chateuka In 2021 Community Radio Harare embarked on a project to promote women's participation in local governance and development issues. This came as

Youths Urged to Participate in Electoral Processes

Joseph Andrasi National Association of Youth Organisations (NAYO) recently launched a "Leave No youths behind Campaign 2023" in Harare. The campaign is et to

Pre-October 2018 Salaries, A Recipe For Quality Public Education In School

Ronald Chigwada Teacher associations have argued that the government's pledge to increase salaries for heads between 10% to 25% depending on the number of

GHACO Condemns Corrupt Traffic Police Officers.

Pauline Chateuka The Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission is urged to deploy its investigators to the central business district and the suburbs to observe how