Category: Development

Youths survive on green economy

By Patricia Mashiri No one has ever dreamt that waste management and recycling would be someones’s passion. Tinashe Manyonga a 29 year-old social entrepreneur...

2017 UNCTAD report hailed for focusing on energy and climate

By Byron Mutingwende   The launch of the Least Developed Countries Report 2017 whose focus is on energy and climate has been hailed as a timely document as it comes...

Slave trade should be fought by everyone: PDP

By Jacob Mafume – PDP Spokesperson One of the world’s biggest victories is that of the abolishment of slave trade, it is sad to see a resurgence of the scourge....

Industries harnessing SDGs for resource efficiency and low carbon development

By Byron Mutingwende and Patricia Mashiri   Zimbabwe is moving towards embracing a green economy through harnessing of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs0 for...

ZEC impressed by Habakkuk Trust civic education programmes

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Matabeleland South Provincial Education Coordinator Mr. Andrew Tlou has applauded Habakkuk Trust for youth oriented programmes on...

Standardise and decentralise psychiatric assessment reports: Stakeholders urged

By Byron Mutingwende   Girls and women with mental disability are highly vulnerable to sexual violence and encounter enormous obstacles which impede easy access to...

National People’s Convention lays out demands in declaration

By ZimRights Information Department Harare – THE 2017 National People’s Convention of the church, civil society, labour and social movements held at the Harare...

Sexual harassment against women and girls rampant in society

By Byron Mutingwende   A Cabinet minister has bemoaned the increasing levels of sexual harassment cases in society, with the scourge rampant in tertiary...

Women and girls are givers of life – they need protection and respect

By Byron Mutingwende   “In Shona they say “Musha Mukadzi” loosely translated to: The home is the woman. In Ibbo language they say “Nneka” meaning Mother...

PWDs calls for universal accessibility of tourism services

By Patricia Mashiri People with disabilities (PWDs) are calling for universal accessibility of tourism services as the minority group is usually left out in most tourism...