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Unmasking characters behind Depth of Emotions

Chitungwiza-based beautician and actress Soliath lamented the rise in GBV cases in and around Chitungwiza.
By Tendai Sauta Mar. 3, 2023

Stop GBV during elections: NPRC

Speaking at the same meeting, pastor Memory Longoni echoed the same sentiments saying women usually bear the brunt of violence during electoral periods.
By Stephen Chadenga Feb. 22, 2023

Letters: Human rights violations on the increase in Zimbabwe

The general citizens populated the highest percentage of victims, 90%, and Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) supporters followed with 7%.
By Amh Voices Feb. 19, 2023

Polygamist jailed 20 years for killing wife

The deceased’s son, Elisha said on the fateful day, his mother went to buy sugar and returned in the afternoon.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 16, 2023

Pastor launches book on GBV

“Protection of children is very vital; they are a special gift from God. As we were protected, let's pass it on,” he said.
By Zanele Ndlovu Dec. 13, 2022

‘Let’s not leave the boy child behind’

The country joined the world on November 25 to commemorate 16 Days of Activism Against GBV.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Dec. 8, 2022

Letters: Call for adequate resources to fight GBV

One in three women from all economic and educational backgrounds and sectors of society, are being subjected to GBV.
By Amh Voices Dec. 7, 2022

Help fight GBV, male MPs urged

This comes as several cases of GBV on females have surfaced ahead of the 2023 polls.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 6, 2022

Effecting change through use of art in disability awareness

Such activism is critically important because anyone of us might one day find themselves with a disability — through accidents, illness or age.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Dec. 4, 2022