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7 illegal miners locked up in Botswana

The accused persons said poverty drove them to commit the crime.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 22, 2023

Climate change shocks fuel period poverty

Many young women have had to survive the challenges of period poverty through green skilling initiatives and climate change adaptation.
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 6, 2023

Case of reparations: Addressing legacy of slavery, colonisation

Many African nations continue to grapple with underdevelopment, corruption, and political instability, which can be traced back to the legacy of colonial rule.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Nov. 3, 2023

Letter to my people: Reviving Zim dollar akin to flogging dead horse

The cholera outbreak that has resulted in the loss of more than 100 lives has yet again put the ineptitude of the Lacoste gang into sharp focus.
By Doctor Stop It Oct. 22, 2023

Africa wasting its youth potential

Africa’s population is expected to reach 2,4 billion by 2050.
By Nicholas Aribino and Cyprian Muchemwa Aug. 22, 2023

Limited access to land for people with disabilities

Women with disabilities are more vulnerable and experience double barriers in accessing land and at times influenced by inheritance laws.
By Deborah Tigere Aug. 4, 2023

10,4% jump in cost of living: ZimStat

The rising cost of living has been driven by a number of factors which include inflation, currency depreciation and economic instability.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 4, 2023

Living wage not equivalent to minimum wage

Failure to pay what workers are legally entitled to is wage theft, where employers will be taking money that belongs to their employees and keeping it to themselves.
By Emmanuel Zvada Jul. 25, 2023

Poverty, national well-being

Food poverty is the most prevalent with the rest afore mentioned following not so far behind.
By Yollander Millin Jun. 2, 2023