Category: Legal and Parliamentary Affiars

Betty Nhambu-Kaseke, Member of the house of Assembly for Kuwadzana

Ratidzo Mukarati behaving like Grace Mugabe: Betty Nhambu-Kaseke

By Byron Mutingwende   The ZANU (PF) Chairwoman for Harare Province, Ratidzo Mukarati is behaving like a demi-god and should be stopped in her tracks because she is...

Hon Jacqueline Amongin, Vice President for the Pan-African Parliamentary Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition (PAPA – FSN).

PAP/FAO alliance to end hunger in Africa

The Pan African Parliament (PAP) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations partnership is working tirelessly to address food security and...

Temba Mliswa addressing his supporters in Norton

Mliswa vows to focus on development despite Mutsvangwa’s politicking

Norton Legislator Temba Mliswa has vowed to continue spearheading developmental programs in his constituency shunning petty politicking as his ZANU PF rival Chris...

Nelson Chamisa and Emmerson Mnangagwa likely to lead GNU if next election fails to produce an outright winner

A coalition government is a threat to Zimbabwe’s economic recovery

By Harry Ruka Mazhindu Based on experience, a coalition government cannot provide the required stability for the development of the country because of the bickering on...

Warring MDC-T factions led by Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe urged to unite ahead of elections

Why we ought to keep peace pre and post harmonised elections

By Harry Ruka Mazhindu There is no doubt that our diversity of ethnicity makes us uniquely special; an amalgam of over 20 tribes (when we break-up the Shona group),...

Delegates at the Zimbabwe Gender Commission meeting

ZGC calls for gender sensitive election reporting

By Joyce Mukucha and Patricia Mashiri The Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC) appealed to the media to be gender-sensitive when reporting during the country’s forthcoming...

Tafadzwa Goliati, PAZ President

PAZ saddened by Southlea Park Accident

The Passengers Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ) has said it was saddened by the death of a secondary school student when a commuter omnibus overturned before Southlea Park...

Amnesty International

Zimbabwe urged to revise colonial-era health law to ensure adolescent girls’ rights

Zimbabwe’s colonial-era public health laws must be revised to guarantee the human rights, and the dignity and equality of everyone, including adolescent girls who bear...

Masvingo-based journalist (L) receives an international media award

Ensure our security during elections -Masvingo journalists

Masvingo-based journalists have called on police to ensure total security of the media ahead of the forthcoming watershed plebiscite expected between July and August....

World Press Freedom Day commemorated on 3 May

Reform media laws ahead of elections: ZLHR

The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) marked the World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) by calling the government to align media laws to the Constitution ahead of...