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Reversing Zimbabwe’s Dismal Rights Record Since 1980

by Dewa Mavhinga On April 18, as Zimbabweans look back on 40 years of independence from British colonial rule, it is a fitting time to reflect on the country’s human rights record. Born a few...

Zimbabweans in SA resort to underground ways to send remittances to families home

By Josiah Mucharowana in Pretoria Extended lockdown settings imposed by both South Africa and Zimbabwe on citizens have rendered efforts by Zimbaweans to send either groceries and remittances to loved ones back home a challenging...

Coronavirus: A mixed bag of shrewd leadership, showboating and political rhetoric

By Josiah Mucharowana  Watching SA Ramaphosa's speech on Wednesday evening updating on how the nation is faring against the coronavirus, I could see a man in control albeit tense and distraught for what's at stake...

“Missing middle” Youths activists criticize Relief Fund for Youth led Businesses and Associations

By Taruberekera Masara Youth,Sports,Arts and Recreation Minister Doctor Kirsty Coventry has been criticized by youth empowerment pressure groups after unveiling a lean Covid 19 Relief Fund to the tune of ZW $17 million. Various youths based...

Can Zimbabwe rise after lockdown?

By Taruberekera  Masara  The spike in Covid 19 infections across the globe has far reaching implications to Zimbabwe's well being cross sectorial, economically,  socially, politically, culturally in that respect. Covid 19 not just a health crisis....
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