Category: Social

Mevlut Cavusoglu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey explaining Turkey's enterprising and humanitarian foreign policy

Turkey’s humanitarian policy positively impacting the world

Drawing from its own experiences, Turkey is an ardent advocate of international solidarity and partnership with a view to building a safer world, saving human lives and...

Children undergoing Muchongoyo Dance lessons as part of embracing Ndau culture

Ndau Festival of the Arts (NDAFA) on the cards

By Freedom Mutanda and Knowledge Mhlanga Makamera Preparations for the sixth edition of the annual Ndau Festival of the Arts that is held every year on 22 September to...

Sekuru Banda (R) presents a donation of hygienic stuffs to a member of the Nyamweda family in Glenview

Sekuru Banda joins the cholera fight

By Byron Mutingwende   Renowned traditional healer Kamwelo Banda popularly known as Sekuru Banda has joined the fight against cholera and pledged support to those...

PJ Powers (R) wows crowds with support of support of Sylent Nqo at Meikles hotel

Albinism – there is a way, there is an answer

Albinism is just the skin of the colour and any discrimination of human beings against one another has no place in society.   By Byron Mutingwende   Having...

Nine types of agricultural-related entrepreneurs in developing countries

By Charles Dhewa eMKambo has invested time and effort in understanding and classifying different archetypes of entrepreneurs in developing countries. While this effort...

Itai Dzamara was allegedly abducted by state security agents and has not been seen ever sine

Veritas commemorates International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances

Veritas commemorated the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances on August 30 and called on people to draw attention to imprisoned or abducted...

ZIFF 2018 roars to life

All set for ZIFF2018

All is now set for the 20th edition of the Zimbabwe International Film Festival. Running under the theme Narratives from Africa, the 8 day annual event will run from the...

Elmond Bandauko, a local governance expert

Why do we need vibrant public spaces in our cities?

By Elmond Bandauko (“Our impressions of a city are formed mainly by the quality of public spaces. If they are not pleasant and preserved, or if they transmit a sense...

Selling agricultural produce in the streets

The character-building role of African ‘informal’ economies

By Charles Dhewa People who co-exist with Kombi drivers in Zimbabwe, Matatu drivers in Nairobi’s traffic jammed roads, boda-boda motorcyclists in Kampala and similar...

Elmond Bandauko, expert in local governance issues

Policy Innovation Labs (PILs) and their contribution to policy-making

Taking Lessons from Canada By Elmond Bandauko During the 70th Annual Conference of the Institute of Public Administration (IPAC) which was held in Quebec between the...