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Unicef praises Zim child protection laws

Unicef country representative Tajudeen Oyawalen said Zimbabwe’s efforts were commendable.
By Freeman Makopa and Lorraine Muromo May. 20, 2023

NDS1, a high-sounding damp squib

Many degreed youths spend the day selling airtime and chatting on WhatsApp because they are not considered in nation building processes.
By Amh Voices May. 17, 2023

Govt must act on its promise to build schools

However, their implementation and efficacy have always been viewed with mixed conclusions.
By Amh Voices Apr. 8, 2023

Debt dialogue a critical step for arrears clearance

The accumulation of external debt payment arrears and penalties for the past two decades, now estimated at US$6,3 billion as at end of September 2022.
By Tirivangani Mutazu Mar. 10, 2023

State of fertiliser industry scandalous

The situation facing local fertiliser producers is more than sad.
By Newsday Feb. 10, 2023

Zim's disused radioactive material facility nearing completion

“This facility has the capacity to manage all national requirements as well as assist other countries in the region when an appropriate framework agreement has been established,” he said.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 9, 2023

Govt commits to assisting persons with disabilities

“The government of Zimbabwe is committed to ensuring the full participation of persons with disabilities in all processes of development.
By Zanele Ndlovu Dec. 19, 2022

Climate-informed collaboration vital to Zimbabwe’s resilience, economic growth

These scars were a stark reminder of the devastation that befell communities here and the resulting loss of lives, livelihoods, and infrastructure.
By Nathan Belete Dec. 10, 2022

Droughts, floods hamper NDS1

The government rolled out Vision 2030 in 2018, undertaking to transform Zimbabwe into an upper middle-income economy within 12 years.
By Shame Makoshori Dec. 4, 2022