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...

Demystifying the ‘Wonder Herb’: The Zimbabwean Zumbani Story

By Dr Michael Bhebhe, I am a young Zimbabwean scientist with a Doctorate and Honors degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Zimbabwe. It is my pleasure to tell our own Zimbabwean story about one...

The role of traditional leadership in facilitating and inhibiting women’s political participation

By Irene Kalulu Women in politics face a number of challenges particularly in patriarchal societies as they have to overcome gendered behavioural expectations daily in order to freely participate in politics. A number of interventions and...

Psychological abuse against women in politics on the rise

By Irene Kalulu The political arena, which has over the years been regarded as a man’s space, has seen an increasing number of women contesting for political offices. But it has not been easy for...

Drug peddling ‘bases’ mushroom in Kwekwe, unemployed youths blame Govt

FEATURES & ANALYSIS DESK In the wake of mushrooming drug peddling ‘bases’ in Kwekwe, youths from the Midlands mining town have labelled  Government the scapegoat for their abuse and overdependance on illicit substances, saying the...
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