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.

Online fuel solution

LONDON - Last year an internet start-up called Mukuru.com launched a call card initiative that enabled the Zimbabwean diaspora to buy call vouchers enabling their relatives...

Zims hated in SA

BY DANIEL MOLOKELE JOHANNESBURG - The South African National Editors Forum held a forum recently to highlight...

Riots in Jozi

JOHANNESBURG - Violence broke out at Rossettenville refugee centre here at the weekend when a group...

Support for disobedience from SA

BY ZAKEUS CHIBAYA MAPUTO - The South African-based Zimbabwe Action Support Group has agreed to intensify its...

Maphenduka snubs MIC

HARARE - Jonathan Maphenduka, who resigned as a board member of the Media and Information Commission...

Mutasa threatens journalists

BY TERERAI KARIMAKWENDA Zimbabwe's the powerful minister of State Security and Land distribution Didymus Mutasa has...

MIC threatens Fin Gaz

Tafataona Mahoso, the head of the Media and Information Commission (MIC), recently threatened the weekly Financial...

Onslaught against free media continues

HARARE - The authorities' determination to extinguish alternative viewpoints was again illustrated by their continuing onslaught...

Displeasure at Homelink

EDITOR - I would like to add to my total displeasure of the way the Homelink...

Willing database

EDITOR - Dr Chireka's article in last week's issue was most timely. I had just advised...

No mercy from govt thieves

EDITOR - I want to thank you for telling people about this stupid Homelink thing. The...

Club vs country conflict

EDITOR - The African Cup Of Nations (AFCON)is undoubtedly the continent's premier soccer showcase. However, the...

Why learn Chinese?

EDITOR - For Mudenge's record, the Chinese themselves are now discarding their own language because it...

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