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  • Women suffer brunt of Harare’s water woes

    By Melody Chikono Rita Tawona is a 34 year old mother who lives in Glenview, a Harare high density suburb, with her husband and four kids. Her day starts as […]

  • Chamisa threatens radical action

    By Brenna Matendere Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday vowed his party will not surrender the MDC Alliance name to the rival MDC-T led by Thokozani Khupe warning that they would […]

  • Land hunters: App matches Zim farmers with vacant plots

    By Farai Shawn Matiashe HARARE — For more than a year, Lionda Mhonda searched for a plot of land to buy in northeastern Zimbabwe, but struggled to find anything that […]

  • Covid-19 weighs down Zimbabwe’s beef industry

    BY MTHANDAZO NYONI THE number of cattle slaughtered in Zimbabwe decreased by 16% to 103 451 in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year, […]

  • MP stalking saga in new twist

    By Everson Mushava OK Zimbabwe was forced by the courts to release video footage of Harare West MP Joana Mamombe doing her shopping amid concerns the authorities violated the young […]

  • Khupe drops Chamisa party name bombshell

    BY EVERSON MUSHAVA/MOSES MATENGA Former deputy prime minister Thokozani Khupe’s MDC-T yesterday said it is now known as the MDC Alliance in yet another dramatic twist in the battle for […]

International

Southern Africa: Identity, behaviour change communication and Covid-19

Most of us are by now aware of the basic facts about the Covid-19 pandemic and its bewildering socio-cultural and economic impact across the world. (more…)

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Business

Land hunters: App matches Zim farmers with vacant plots

By Farai Shawn Matiashe HARARE — For more than a year, Lionda Mhonda searched for a plot of land to buy in northeastern Zimbabwe, but struggled to find anything that […]

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Politics

Khupe gets millions from govt purse

The government on Friday gave MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe $7,4 million, insisting that she is the legitimate leader of the main opposition in Parliament despite ongoing court disputes about her […]

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  • Alarm over blood shortages

    The National Blood Service Zimbabwe (NBSZ) is fretting over its depleted blood stocks amid revelations that the Covid-19 lockdown has complicated efforts to collect the blood from traditional donors, who […]

  • Lupane has no resources to fight Covid-19

    by Lizwe Sebatha LUPANE — A week after Lupane’s Covid-19 response team made an appeal for blankets and emergency food aid to feed hungry quarantine inmates, reports have emerged that […]

  • ED planned visit to Matobo riles Gukurahundi victims

    By NQOBANI NDLOVU Survivors of Gukurahundi residing in Maphisa, Matobo district in Matabeleland South, feel insulted over reports that President Emmerson Mnangagwa will visit the area to kick-start the process […]

  • Pasture depletion adds misery to Matabeleland South

    By NQOBANI NDLOVU A serious shortage of pastures for livestock has brought more misery to villagers in Maphisa, Matabeleland South, who are already affected by the socio-economic impact of the […]

  • Elections, electorate and parties: Who stands where?

    By Desmond Muchadei Sharukai and Tonderai Dombo Recent political developments in Zimbabwe have triggered debate on whether elections are indeed about the electorate or are more about the person being […]



  • It is time for Mthuli Ncube to go

    Finance minister of Zimbabwe, Mthuli Ncube, PhD (Cantab), has become the poster child of everything that is wrong with the management of affairs in Zimbabwe. He must go. Then and […]

  • Demystifying the Cyber Bill

    This past week I was among those that were observing the Zimbabwean parliamentary public hearings on the Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill, gazetted on May 15 2020. These public […]

  • Time to align laws to constitution, not to make amendments

    Heal Zimbabwe welcomes the report by the Portfolio Committee on justice, legal and parliamentary affairs on the recent public hearings on the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment No 2 Bill. Before […]

  • Caution needed in re-opening schools

    The lockdown to control the spread of the novel coronavirus has disrupted Zimbabwe’s education system to an extent that it may take years to recover. (more…)

  • Cyber Bill requires wholesale changes

    The Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill gazetted by the Zimbabwean government in May 2020 makes very difficult reading and is all over the place. Most provisions in the Bill […]

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