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Why Zimbabwe is still unsafe for journalists?

BY TARUBEREKERA MASARA The 3rd of May World Press Freedom Day commemorations  call attention a serious introspection on the threat which media in Zimbabwe is subject to that is a triple challenge of state, emergency...

When donations run a State, something is amiss

By Josiah Mucharowana Everywhere, everyone is waiting on the world to change. Covid-19 has brought lockdowns, movement restrictions and people spend longer periods of time indoors. There is just a whole gamut of measures globally that...

Zimbabwe’ Secondary Pandemic: A Crisis of Child pregnancy and sexual abuse

By Taruberekera Masara in Pretoria Zimbabwe is enduring a terrible pandemic inside a pandemic. There has been an unchecked rise in child pregnancy and sexual abuse across the country. Women Affairs Minister Sithembiso Nyoni reported that...

Food insecurity, elephant in the room in the fight against early marriages

MICHAEL MAGORONGA in Silobela Deep down in rural Silobela, 15-year-old Lubalihle, struggles to walk to the nearest clinic for registration of her three months pregnancy. The nurses at the clinic insist she brings along the owner...

Whatever it takes- CSO prepared to help women take the toughest political jobs in...

By Irene Kalulu The world over, women in politics are not able to equally participate in politics as compared to their male counterparts. A few have been able to break through the various impediments that...
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