Lockdown Fines Reviewed Upwards.

Members of the public who violate lockdown regulations risk paying a spot fine of ZWL$5 000, a fee that has been reviewed upwards with

ARTUZ Worry Over Lack Of Preparedness By ZIMSEC.

Ronald Chigwada Examinations have continued in unsafe environments in schools as teachers and students are facing many challenges. Amalgamated Rural Teachers' Union (ARTUZ) reiterated

Include People With Disabilities In Decision Making.

Tracy Chiumburu December third is a day dedicated to celebrate and commemorate people with disabilities worldwide. The International Day of Disabled Persons was proclaimed

Uproar Of Illegal Lodges Takeover Mbare

Andras Joseph Harare- Residents in the most populous Mbare suburb have expressed concern over the increasing number of residential houses being turned into lodges

FEMPRIST Takes Awareness On Gender-Based Violence To Former Inmates.

Pauline Chateuka As 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence commence under the theme “Orange the World, Fund, Respect, Prevent, Collect”, Female Prisoners

COVID 19 Negatively Impacts Sex Workers.

Pauline Chateuka COVID-19 has not only affected big businesses, health sector or schools alone, women in sex working business have also been negatively impacted

Hunger And Covid-19

Nonhlanhla Ngwenya For some 2020 has been a double blow, trying to stay safe from Covid-19 and fighting to get food to put on


The Zimbabwe Association of Community Radio Stations (ZACRAS) expresses its concern over the continued extension of deadlines for the submission of community radio applications.

Journalists Provide An Essential Service

Ronald Chigwada Civil Society organisations, human rights activists and media practitioners deplore the Zimbabwe Republic Police for disregarding human rights by continually harassing and

Govt cautioned on COVID-19

Sipiwe Nyoni The Passengers Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ) implored the government to take precautionary measures to assist public mass transport providers to protect passengers