Digital threats to elections: Learning from what has worked in Africa

International, national and local organisations seek to mitigate these threats, but it is not easy to tell which efforts have worked.
By Amh Voices Jul. 13, 2024

Civil society should play more role in Zim-China relations

Relative to Chinese capacity, African governments' ability to negotiate effectively remains weak, often resulting in unfair deals favouring Chinese interests.
By Ronald Chipaike Jun. 28, 2024

CSOs not enemies of the State: UN

The authorities in Zimbabwe have always had an acrimonious relationship with CSOs, whom they accuse of fronting a regime change agenda.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 14, 2024

CSOs call for reforms on Independence Day

Several organisations yesterday called on the government and political parties to establish an environment conducive to upholding the basic tenets of democracy.
By Priveledge Gumbodete and Brent Shamu Apr. 19, 2024

Strengthening civil society-State collaboration key to risk reduction

The cyclone also affected Masvingo and Mashonaland East provinces with Tsholotsho heavily affected in Matabeleland North.
By Tonderayi Matonho Jan. 9, 2024

Shutdown Redwing Mine, govt urged

Concerned CSOs told NewsDay yesterday that they were alarmed by the rise in the cases of artisanal miners losing lives in the dangerous mining shafts at Redwing Mine.
By Clayton Masekesa Jan. 6, 2024

Are Zanu PF’s high risk strategies paying off?

The ruling party has succeeded in brow-beating dissenting voices of ordinary citizens into silence.

CSOs blast ‘ridiculous’ MPs demands

They want their spouses to stay in hotels while they carry out their legislative duties including payment of salaries of their personal workers.
By Lorraine Muromo Dec. 21, 2023

Traditional leaders top rights abuse list

The reports also come after the traditional leaders have been accused of intimidation, abuse and politicisation of food aid distribution programmes.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 18, 2023