We are our own liberators in the war against Coronavirus

 By Josiah Mucharowana As I write, the Zimbabwe media fraternity has just lost to cancer Gift Phiri, Assistant News Editor of The Daily News and another trailblazing journalist Ray Matikinye. They were consummate professionals, giants whose...

Covid 19 aftermath: The brewing crisis for girl child.

By Taruberekera Masara Kwekwe based  organization Youth Integrated Action on Development and Democracy Zimbabwe forecasts that the economic meltdown as a result of the Covid lockdown will have crashing effects on the girl child. According to...

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...

Zimbabwe @ 40

It is over two years since Mugabe was dethroned and almost a year since he departed this world. Many people still can not believe he is gone. Whatever his earlier achievements, Mugabe left Zimbabwe,...

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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