Category: Education

Chinese partnership strengthens Zimbabwe’s educational leadership in Africa

By Byron Mutingwende   In a quest to improve the quality of education and consolidate Zimbabwe’s status as the leading country on literacy levels in Africa, a...

Highlighting challenges of PWDs towards sustainable and resilient society

By Byron Mutingwende   Caregivers and members of the Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association (ZPHCA) held a meeting to highlight challenges faced by...

Sport serves as a safe zone for vulnerable girls

By Byron Mutingwende   The girl child is the most vulnerable in the community due to a multiplicity of factors, chief among them gender based violence. In an effort...

Non-payment of fees should not keep children out of school: CSOs

By Byron Mutingwende   The failure to pay fees should not be an excuse for keeping children out of primary school, civil society otganisations (CSOs) have said....

Going green a pathway to sustainable growth, productivity and jobs

By Byron Mutingwende   Born and bred in rural Marondera where farmers used organic farming to grow crops, Clive Nyapokoto experienced the hard and intense labour...

Grassroots women mothers of children with disability grapple with adverse effects of climate change

By Byron Mutingwende   The Global Community is living no stone unturned in their endeavour to develop sustainable community responsive strategies to ensure...

Women overcome poverty through food and nutrition security programmes

Women overcome poverty through food and nutrition security programmes   By Byron Mutingwende   Ward 9 and 19 of Chipinge District are role models of successful...

You Need to Spark to Shine

By Milton Kamwendo It is not enough to drive you must be able to park. Simply moving a car is not driving. A few wise quotes are not greatness. Grand posturing without...

Mutual Responsibility : The mark of a great marriage.

Elton Gomori.  Marriage is one such phenomena you and I can find across all the cultural, socioeconomic and political divide.Against this background it is an...

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...