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 court convicts 34 congregants over anti-govt protest

A ZIMBABWEAN court on Monday 21 November 2022 convicted 34 congregants, who had been on trial on charges of staging an anti-government protest against the country’s agonising political...

ZRP ordered to compensate torture victim

A ZIMBABWEAN court has ordered Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to pay ZWL400 000 as compensation to a...

Norsad Capital provides CABS Zimbabwe with a Medium-term Credit facility of USD10 million

Norsad Capital, an impact investor, and private creditor provider, offering tailor-made debt solutions to mid-market growth...

Over 4,000 Zimbabwean doctors and nurses left the country in 2021

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean health workers have left the country in droves over the past year,...

What makes anyone believe blacks can’t ‘brainwash’ whites?

It is always so extremely disturbing watching how much self-decrepitation and self-hate there is amongst us...

It’s time Redcliff Municipality was investigated for its questionable dealings!

For a long time I had foolishly believed the yarn that poor service delivery, or the...

Mnangagwa’s personalization of government programs divisive and counter-productive

So, now there is a ‘Miners for ED’ group!...

A ‘friend to all and enemy to none’ is a morally bankrupt country lacking principles!

I have struggled to understand this mantra....

Conclusion of the Commonwealth Mission to Zimbabwe

Following the Commonwealth Secretariat mission to Zimbabwe from 12 - 17 November 2022, Assistant Secretary-General, Prof...

ZANU PF has been in power for 42 years so let’s not pretend as if we’ve new government!

I am always flabbergasted when listening to senior government officials in their attempts at convincing the...

Retired civil servant faces eviction from govt accommodation

Retired Bulawayo civil servant Caleb Nxumalo currently occupying one of the houses at the government-owned Mabutweni...

ZIMRA warns of delays at Plumtree Border

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has warned travellers, transporters and businesspeople who use the Plumtree Border...

Zim’s open skies policy bearing fruit: Transport Minister

Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister, Felix Mhona has said Zimbabwe’s open skies policy is bearing fruit...

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