Category: Development

Zim Results Based Financing to guide Gambians on implementing MCNH Project

By Byron Mutingwende   A delegation from Gambia is in Zimbabwe to exchange notes with the country on how to implement results based financing (RBF) on maternal and...

All set for the 2017 Harare International Carnival

The much hyped 2017 Harare International Carnival has already been set in motion with the confirmation of participation by both local and international entertainers. In...

Book explores genesis and evolution of developmental states

By Byron Mutingwende   The book ‘Towards Democratic Developmental States in Southern Africa.’ explores the genesis and evolution of the ‘developmental...

Private sector should play active role in renewable energy

PRIVATE players in the green energy sector should come up with convincing and bankable project proposals if they are to meaningfully contribute to development in this...

Renewable energy drives sustainable development, eradicates poverty

By Byron Mutingwende and Patricia Mashiri   Renewable energy is now at the centre of global efforts of moving towards greener economies, sustainable development and...

Mobile registration information inadequate: ZESN

By Byron Mutingwende The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) has said that the time to educate and sensitise citizens about the commencement of the mobile...

UN Hails good working relations in Zimbabwe

By Edward Makuzva The partnership between Zimbabwe and United Nations (UN) is guided by the Zimbabwe United Nations Development Assistance Framework, ZUNDAF, which is a...

Entrepreneurship through technology transfer empowers youths

By Byron Mutingwende   The government is fostering the development of entrepreneurship among the youths through a technology transfer programme.   In his...

Commission bemoans gender disparities

The Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC) has spelt out the continued existence of gender disparities in the work place despite government policies and initiatives to...

Nurses call for equal treatment with other government workers

By Byron Mutingwende   Jacob Jaya (not real name) squatters to mend the tyre of his rickety 1998 Nissan model car imported from Japan. Jaya is a senior tutor at one...