Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Natalie Jabangwe-Morris: Leadership behind Africa’s leading mobile money transfer service provider

By Special Correspondent Her business acumen and technology background set the stage for her current role at the leadership helm  of Ecocash . She was among the 26...

Diasporas contribute to national development

By Byron Mutingwende   Diaspora nationals contribute immensely to the development of their countries of origin and destination countries it has emerged.   This...

HEALTH, A KEY CONSIDERATION FOR 2018

By Jealousy Mawarire If you want to see how Zimbabweans are not serious about rebuilding this country, just look at the flippancy they exhibit towards the health of the...

MultiChoice Zimbabwe reaches out to the disadvantaged

By Byron Mutingwende   There was an entertainment galore at Mother Theresa Old People’s Home in Mbare this weekend, thanks to MultiChoice Zimbabwe’s corporate...

Tsikamutandas potential conflict drivers in communities

By Habakkuk Trust The infamous witch hunters popularly known as ‘Tsikamutanda’, have taken temporary residence in Umzingwane Ward 9 where they are giving villagers...

SHOT IN THE ARM FOR DISASTER VICTIMS

By Lovemore Chadzingwa HARARE – REPRODUCTIVE health and hygiene needs of women and girls are often neglected in times of disaster with communities only...

Government intention to print more bond notes insane

By Jacob Mafume The ZANUPF government‘s intention to extent what they call the a bond facility is not only worrying but a sign of failure to deal with the cash crisis....

Behaviour change facilitators unpack community health issues

By Byron Mutingwende   A plethora of health issues affecting communities came to the fore at a meeting that brought together behaviour change facilitators that was...

Zimbabwe’s unending impasse: a time to sit on the table?

By Byron Mutingwende The Southern African Political Economy Series Trust (Sapes) and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) Conference on developing a dialogue for reform...

Family, society support wins war against drug abuse

By Byron Mutingwende   Chengetai Majoni (35) was identified by his old teenage friend on the streets of Johannesburg, heavily sick and addicted to drugs. Back home...