Category: Social

Students from Harare Polytechnic College dance to celebrate Africa Day

Embrace Pan-Africanism for unity, peace and development

By Byron Mutingwende   In the midst of challenges from the pressures of global finance capital and lack of priority, Africans were urged to embrace Pan-Africanism...

Beneficiaries of fistula repair posing for a photo

UNFPA helps restore the dignity of women with Obstetric Fistula

A total of 397 women in Zimbabwe have benefitted from repair surgery conducted at fistula repair centres under the Campaign to End Obstetric Fistula led by the Ministry...

Mr. Mutasa Dzinotizei (R), ZIMSTAT Director-General

2017 ICDS results to spearhead interventions for economic development

By Byron Mutingwende   Key findings from the Zimbabwe 2017 Inter-Censal Demographic Survey (ICDS) will inform policies, planning, implementation and monitoring of...

Baby girl

An Open Letter To My Unborn Daughter

By Elton Gomori     Beloved Daughter   I hope this letter finds you well. As I was pondering on your birth , growth and future, I couldn’t help pen this...

Bishop Honest Mupepe at the workshop on peace in Mberengwa

Be inclusive, tolerant and co-exist: Churches urged

Gideon Madzikatidze recently in Mwenezi Opinion leaders have been urged to promote preserve and initiate peace before during and after elections, founder of Kuera...

Representatives of different political parties at the meeting on peace

CCMT, VIVA urge youths to embrace peace towards 2018 elections

By Joyce Mukucha and Patricia Mashiri The Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT) has partnered with the Voices in Vision of Africa (VIVA) in creating...

Bishop Augustine Manjengwa and Bishop Honest Mupepe rejoin their churches since the split in 2014

ACCZ moves to solidify unity within its rank and file

By Byron Mutingwende   The leadership of the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) met in the capital on 12 May 2018 to select the committee of the Harare...

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...

Independent candidates to influence change in Zimbabwe

By Kundai Marunya As Zimbabwe heads for the first election without Mugabe since 1980, a change driven group of politicians has sprung forth. There has been a large...

Harare and Bulawayo writers in collaborative novel

By Kundai Marunya Four writers from Harare and Bulawayo will today launch a collaborative creative fiction novel titled Sworn to the depths of Inyangani. To be availed...