Zimbabwe needs more civil society organizations instead of attempts at stifling them

Zimbabwe needs more civil society organizations instead of attempts at stifling them

In my years of social justice advocacy work there have been both ups and downs – moments of joy, and those times when my heart was filled with deep sadness and utter grief.

Zimbabwe says China’s Tsingshan to set up lithium operations

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with Tsingshan Holdings Group, which plans to set up lithium mining and processing operations in the southern African country, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Tuesday.

Zimbabwean projects selected for Climate Story Lab ZA

Zimbabwean projects selected for Climate Story Lab ZA

The 2023 Climate Story Lab ZA is excited to announce that nine creative projects from five African countries have been selected to participate in the Lab. The 4-day residential lab brings together climate experts, activists, and creatives to develop powerful stories and build engagement strategies to inspire meaningful action to address the climate crisis.

Offending ZRP officers risks garnishment of salary over torture

Offending ZRP officers risks garnishment of salary over torture

AN OVERZEALOUS Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officer risks having
money deducted from his monthly salary to pay up damages amounting to
ZWL400 000 as punishment for his misdemeanours after he severely
assaulted and tortured Ednock Dube, a Chitungwiza resident, for
allegedly violating curfew regulations.

Zim records surge in sex workers

ZIMBABWE has recorded an increase in commercial sex workers, with Harare adjudged to be the biggest red-light district, a new survey by the National Aids Council...

Zimbabwe’s stunning 80km safari train

On its route between Dete and Ngamo Sidings, the "Elephant Express" offers guests an utterly unique...

Zimbabwe’s imposing new Chinese-funded parliament opens

Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa has delivered a State of the Nation address at the country's new...

Zim court punishes ZRP for homophobia and hysterical conduct

A ZIMBABWEAN court has chastised Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) over the conduct of its members who humiliated...

Telecel Launches Christmas promotion

Mobile Operator, Telecel Zimbabwe will this week launch their Christmas promotion which is dubbed Free for...

Zimbabwean engineer shortlisted for 2023 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation

Innovators shortlisted for Africa Prize for engineering solutions to address continent’s challenges...

A paranoid government seeking to legislate ‘patriotism’ is a danger unto all citizens!

So, the government of Zimbabwe has finally decided to stubbornly proceed in enacting the controversial ‘Patriotic...

Five years after Zimbabwe coup: Professor Jonathan Moyo reminisces in exile

Five years after late Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe was removed as head of state and leader...

Ramaphosa tackles new UK premier over Zimbabwe sanctions

Ramaphosa is travelling to London this week for a state visit...

Tobacco Damaged by Fake Chemicals

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Zimbabwe agrees to a 10-year roadmap for tilapia farming

Food security experts have finalised a 10-year strategy for the inclusive growth of Zimbabwe’s tilapia industry....

Why do we seek validation and affirmation in other people, titles or brands?

I have always been baffled by those who seek value from associating with particular people, having...

Religion and agriculture: reflections from Zimbabwe

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