Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Police shootings of civilians blamed

By Byron Mutingwende Worker representatives, political activists and the generality of Zimbabweans have roundly condemned police brutality that led to the shooting of...

Coal India report finds renewables will ‘substantially decrease’ coal demand

By Megan Darby for Climate Home News Coal India, the state-owned monolith that produces almost all of the country’s coal, sees a slowdown coming, according to an...

World Bank presents nutrition feedback to help Zim reduce stunting growth

In trying to reduce the stunting growth of children and understand the current nutrition context in Zimbabwe that would lay the future advocacy, resource mobilisation...

Youths take part in NPRC Bill consultation processes

By Joyce Mukucha The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is going around the country conducting consultations creating the strategic plan which provide...

LCDZ donates to Nzeve Deaf Centre

By Patricia Mashiri The Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ) has donated a Toyota landcruiser vehicle to Nzeve Deaf Centre in Mutare. The donation follows the...

Harare city council working tirelessly to improve roads

By Patricia Mashiri Following the 100 days target by the President of Zimbabwe the Harare City council is working tirelessly to reach its goals within the targeted days....

ACCZ seeks to be peace ambassadors: Chitope

By Byron Mutingwende   Conflicts are often escalated in the period immediately prior, during and after elections but the church should preach peace, Archbishop...

PAP holds March Committee Sittings

The March Sitting of the Permanent Committees of the Pan African Parliament (PAP) will take place in Midrand, from the 2nd to the 09th at the PAP precincts located at...

Second National Customer Satisfaction Index Survey Underway

By Correspondent   THE Chartered Institute of Customer Management (CICM) in collaboration with Select Research (Pvt) Limited will this month launch the second...

Adrian Munyoro among Zimbabwean youths for BULEMAZI

Following his proven leadership skills, Adrian Munyoro, the Chairman of the Young Voices, a department of Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ)  was chosen to...