Category: Social

ILO Future of Work Initiative hailed

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) launches on Monday 21 August 2017 a high-level Global Commission on the Future of Work initiative. Two serving heads of state...

Sexual minority rights still undermined

By Patricia Mashiri and Byron Mutingwende Both the society and the media are undermining sexual rights of minority groups, in contrast with the spirit of leaving no one...

Media portrayal and employment conditions of PWDs still worrisome

By Byron Mutingwende and Patricia Mashiri The portrayal of people with disabilities (PWDs) and their employment in the sector still remains worrisome with stakeholders...

MultiChoice Zimbabwe reaches out to the disadvantaged

By Byron Mutingwende   There was an entertainment galore at Mother Theresa Old People’s Home in Mbare this weekend, thanks to MultiChoice Zimbabwe’s corporate...

Zimbabwe moves towards ratification of 1954 Hague Convention

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe is moving towards the ratification of the two protocols of the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in the event...

Trafficking victims lured with false promises

By Byron Mutingwende   Victims of trafficking often fall prey to false promises of better opportunities; a discussion at the United States Embassy ‘s Public...

CiZC condemn resurgence of xenophobia in SA

By Byron Mutingwende   The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has condemned in the strongest terms, escalating cases of violent attacks targeted at foreign...

Migration not always rosy: IOM takes action

By Byron Mutingwende   Terry Taona sits under the cool shade of the mango tree at his parents’ house in the Westlea Suburb of Harare, reading newspapers just...

Church leaders condemn child marriage

By Byron Mutingwende Members of the clergy who represent inter-denominational leaders from churches in Zimbabwe have condemned child marriage. The religious leaders...

RWA members demand equitable access to land

By Byron Mutingwende   Members of the Rural Women’s Assembly (RWA) have said that there is still a long way to go for them in owning and controlling land in...