Category: Social

Children sanitising their hands ahead of getting food at Kuchengetana Relief Kitchen in Chitungwiza

Kuchengetana Relief Kitchen brings smiles to the less privileged in Chitungwiza

By Ronnie Chisamba An ordinary Mount Pleasant mother has brought smiles to many residents in Chitungwiza and the surrounding areas by providing food and other...

Goal Zimbabwe Country Director, Gabriella Prandini

GOAL Zimbabwe supports over 243,000 children with lifesaving nutrition intervention

By Anyway Yotamu GOAL Zimbabwe, through funding from ECHO and in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Child Care, has launched a lifesaving nutrition programme...

Vulnerable people from churches receiving maize meal and rice donations from the Betty Kaseke Foundation

Betty Kaseke Foundation brings hope to vulnerable people during COVID-19

The Betty Kaseke Foundation – a humanitarian nonprofit organization formed with a vision of addressing the needs of the vulnerable members of the  Zimbabwean...

Jedidiah Trust introductory meeting with ZPCS, Senators and Councillors at Norton Town Council

Jedidiah Trust seeks to grow from the grassroots

In pursuit of seeking sustainable partnerships with stakeholders in its quest to have a national presence, Jedidiah Trsust has approached Norton Town Council and the...

A 'Stay Home' sign in Cape Town during the coronavirus lockdown (Photo by iStock/heinstirred)

The Cultural and Social Challenges to Slowing the Pandemic in Africa

By Chris Macoloo When the outbreak of the coronavirus was reported in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, it is arguable whether African governments took the threat...

Chikuku Rural Hospital's Out-patients Section

Love, unity drives Chikuku Development Initiative

“Let’s do everything with the cooperation of an Indian and the thoroughness of a German. In all this, let love lead,” these are the words of one Mrs. Abigail...

Mrs Esther Razo of the United Methodist Church in Mabelreign, Harare

VAYA helps with COVID-19 safety compliance measures

VAYA has partnered with widows from the United Methodist Church in Mabelreign, Harare, to make reusable cloth masks to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus....

Author, Laizah Singadi holding her first published book

Disability isn’t inability: Laizah Singadi’s Book “Akarangarirwa Pakukutu”

In her book, “Akarangarirwa Pakukutu” – a Shona Novel, Laizah Singadi reminds humankind that no one chooses to be born with a disability hence the need...

Poet Tanaka Chidora relaxing at home during COVID-19 lockdown

COVID-19: Lockdown unlocks poet Tanaka Chidora’s inspiration

The days drag by slowly in a way that numbs the mind, making it difficult to differentiate each day from the next. Watching TV has lost its thrill, like bubblegum that...

Guy Ryder, Director-General, International Labour Organisation

New Normal? Better normal!

Op-ed by Guy Ryder, Director-General, International Labour Organisation In these times of COVID-19, the big challenge for most of us is how to protect ourselves and our...