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Political will needed to fight child marriages

Zimbabwe has in the past years recorded a surge in child marriages which is rife in the apostolic sects.
By Newsday Jan. 6, 2023

Early marriage and its devastating effects

Their parents passed away, and at 15, Elizabeth had already started engaging in sex work in order to earn a living.
By Tafadzwa Mwanengureni Dec. 29, 2022

Child marriages rampant in farm compounds

Speaking at Matoranhembe High School during the launch, Gumbochuma said economic and cultural challenges were fuelling cases of child marriages in farming compounds.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Dec. 18, 2022

Anti-child marriages campaign launched

The launch, which is supported by the Swedish embassy, is themed Give Her a Chance and seeks to demystify the causes of child marriages and come up with solutions.
By Lorraine Muromo Dec. 1, 2022

Child marriages worry Sadc

This came out during discussions on the Sadc model law on eradicating child marriages, currently on-going in Harare.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 2, 2022

‘Child marriages stifling girl child’s rights’

Reports state that approximately 34% of girls under the age of 18 are being married off.
By Methembe Sibanda Nov. 1, 2022

Chinhoyi model to contest at Miss Africa Universities

Her first port of call is charity work, which is a key component of the pageant that has been run by Visions, Innovations and Concepts since 2010.
By Style Reporter Oct. 30, 2022

Cartoon: Child marriage cases spike

Child marriage cases spike
By The Watcher Oct. 24, 2022

We must stop sacrificing the girl child

In the east and southern African region, the number of girls married before the age of 18 is 36%, while 10% of girls in the region are married by age 15.
By Newsday Oct. 10, 2022