Put an end to GBV

Globally, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and UN Women have reported that over five women or girls are killed every hour by a family member.
By Newsday Nov. 27, 2023

GBV down to societal, religious beliefs

In the statement, ZimRights said GBV victims continued to suffer in silence due to limited knowledge of rights enshrined in the Constitution.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Nov. 27, 2023

Sambaza walks the talk on fitness

The first step was to begin a fitness regime to shed off weight, never mind the blips and blunders she encountered in her early days, something she looks back at  with a smile.
By Austin Karonga Nov. 26, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Time to confront GBV head-on

Zimbabwe, like many other countries worldwide, grapples with deeply rooted GBV issues.
By Faith Zaba Nov. 24, 2023

Virtual poetry slam against GBV

The competition is part of the 16 Days of Activism against GBV, a global campaign to challenge violence against women and girls. The campaign runs every year from November 25 to December 10.
By Life & Style Reporter Nov. 24, 2023

Govt committed to ending GBV: Mutsvangwa

Safe shelters have also been set up, while GBV survivors have benefited from economic empowerment programmes.
By Gracious Daniel Nov. 20, 2023

Feature: Breaking the chains of GBV

 With only one centre to cater for thousands of Epworth residents, it is a long journey before a violence-free society is achieved.
By Vanessa Gonye Oct. 18, 2023

Female squatters plead for GBV lessons

Over the weekend NewsDay visited the area and spoke to some women who said they have endured pain in their marriages due to being exposed to regular GBV.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 16, 2023

NGO bemoans PWDs neglect

The report said the PWDs had also cited inaccessibility of the services to people with hearing impairments who face language barriers.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 9, 2023