Epworth Climate Change Mitigators Call for Inclusive Action.

Pauline Chateuka Community Radio Harare in March took the climate change discourse to Epworth under the theme “Women and people with disabilities for climate

PWDs Call For Disability Friendly Polling Stations.

Ronald Chigwada Concrete steps at a polling station stand as a barriers for those in wheelchairs and clutches Persons with disabilities (PWDs) say they

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

Mothers Forced To Pay Bribes For Health Record Books

Ronald Chigwanda Harare residents cry foul over rampant corruption at council clinics as some health personnel are demanding bribes in order to issue out

Epworth Residents Vow to Vote for Women

Joseph Adrasi A woman casting vote: [Picture Credit VOA] Residents in Epworth have been urged to vote for women candidates that live in their

Epworth Women Reject the 2022 COuncil Budget.

Pauline Chateuka Promoting equal participation in council and national budget is one of the main objectives for Community Radio Harare's ongoing program on promoting

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