Hunger And Covid-19

Staff Reporter 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

Mnangagwa insensitive to suffering masses

Free Zimbabwe Congress leader, Joseph Makamba Busha has called upon opposition members to ultimately boycott the use of the new parliament building when it’s

Jah signal ventures into business

Sipiwe Nyoni The Shinga murora hit maker, Nicodemus "Jah Signal" Mutize has started is own company named Swaah Family Investments, which he will launch

Cycling to ease congestion

Mayor Gomba launches cycling hour. On Saturday, Harare Mayor Councillor Herbert Gomba officially launched the cycling hour at Africa Square, the event was held

Parents cry foul over price hikes.

By Pauline Chateuka Allan Bloom, a Philosopher echoed that “Education is the movement from darkness to light”. As schools in Zimbabwe officially open today,

Youths demand clean and safe water

By Joseph Andras Young people from the country’s 10 provinces under the banner of the National Association of Youth Organization (NAYO) have come out

No more petitions, just demonstrations – Apex Council

Civil servants representative body the Apex Council and its affiliates from different labor unions have declared today (06 November 2019) that they will no