Category: Community

Maternal, neonatal and child healthcare should be prioritised

By Byron Mutingwende   Jane Matanda (36) lives with her family at a farm compound in Beatrice, nearly 60km from Harare. With four children who are all at school,...

Schools set to benefit from ZIMSWAP

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe Schools Water and Agriculture Project is a self-sustainable water project that is set to positively impact learning institutions...

Education should cater for special needs of children with disabilities

By Byron Mutingwende   Children with disabilities have special needs that should be addressed for them to access education without hindrances or barriers. Speaking...

Shocking corruption at TIZ: A personal experience

By Byron Mutingwende   Corruption at Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) reads like a script from a Hollywood movie yet that organisation is expected to...

TaLI takes bold steps to empower young women

By Byron Mutingwende   Tag a Life International (TaLI) has taken bold steps aimed at empowering young women in leadership during an event slated for the...

Women exhibit entrepreneurship skills at showcase market

By Byron Mutingwende   A showcase market held in Harare revealed that women have improved their entrepreneurship skills and are determined to leave a mark in...

CiZC condemn resurgence of xenophobia in SA

By Byron Mutingwende   The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has condemned in the strongest terms, escalating cases of violent attacks targeted at foreign...

Social accountability, transparency crucial in public finance management

By Byron Mutingwende   The empowerment of women is critical for development hence the need to promote social accountability and transparency in public finance...

Radio most popular source of news, information

By Byron Mutingwende   Radio still remains the most popular source of news and information in Zimbabwe, a senior United Nations official has said.   Speaking...

Additional funding music to the ears: PLWHIV

By Byron Mutingwende   Makanaka Mukaranga (not her real name) pushes her wheelbarrow to Watsomba Business Centre in Mutasa District, awaiting the commencement of a...