Category: Social

Vendors Vow to stay on the streets until grievances are addressed

By Patricia Mashiri Elias Mudzuri, the MDC-T acting President addressed vendors who vowed to stay on the streets until the government creates employment for them....

Climate change affecting stability across West Africa and Sahel: UN

By Megan Darby for Climate Home News The UN Security Council has identified climate change as a driver of conflict across West Africa and the Sahel, in a statement...

Disability Board urged to implement PWDs’ rights and concerns

By Patricia Mashiri The Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ)’s Young Voices have engaged the newly appointed National Disability Board which was appointed on 15...

Dereck Mpofu, a shining music star

By Patricia Mashiri The music industry is a life journey which needs perseverance, commitment and talent. For Dereck Mpofu, the musical journey started at the age of six...

“Masasi aChinoz” to provide humour to the people

By Patricia Mashiri Joseph Chinotimba, the Member of the House of Assembly for Buhera South Constituency will  be launching his book Masasi aChinoz on Friday 26 January...

Practice good hygiene: Parirenyatwa

By Joyce Mukucha and Patricia Mashiri The Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa has urged the public to practice good hygiene following cholera...

Vendors against the 48hr ultimatum to vacate Harare CBD

By Joyce Mukucha The Vendors Initiative for Social Economic Transformation (VISET) and Citizens Manifesto urged the Government to offer vendors alternative sites to...

Government not addressing residents’ challenges: HRT

By Byron Mutingwende   The Harare Residents Trust (HRT) has made several engagements with the Ministry of Local Government, Public works and National Housing and...

Life on the streets a nightmare for children

Patricia Mashiri and Joyce Mukucha Cases of children who are surviving on the streets of Harare are notably increasing on a daily basis and the estimated statistics is...