A wave of change is coming.

The move by the Zimbabwe Intercessors Movement to petition runs hand in glove with what we have been doing as churches in diaspora said Pamela Magwizi of Johanne Masowe Church.
By Admin Jun. 14, 2024

TikTok activism: how queer Zimbabweans use social media to show love and fight hate

Despite the benefits of social media like TikTok, it’s important to acknowledge that it can also perpetuate discrimination and violence.
By Gibson Ncube and Princess Sibanda Jun. 13, 2024

Public trust and confidence: Zim’s currency reform hurdles

Several efforts by the Zimbabwean government to stabilise the situation failed; one that quickly comes to mind was price controls.
By Blessing Chipanda May. 30, 2024

Maguwu petitions Parly over PVOs Bill hearings

The Bill seeks to regulate the operations of civic society organisations.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 27, 2024

Food shortages hit cereal producing regions

Government is currently seeking more than US$2 billion (£1,6b) from well-wishers to tackle food shortages.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 22, 2024

‘Let’s unite to address socio-political challenges’

It is in fact Zimbabweans, across the breadth, who must be supported irrespective of their political opinions.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 16, 2024

Briefs: Hwange council to regularise informal sector

Council chairperson, Morrison Mafa, said the local authority was in the process of constructing proper working spaces for the players in the sector for easy taxation.
By Sharon Sibindi Mar. 3, 2024

Copy trading in Zimbabwe: Harnessing global trading expertise locally

Copy trading offers a unique opportunity for Zimbabweans to engage with the global financial market, leveraging the expertise of seasoned traders.
By Newsday Feb. 26, 2024

Our central hospitals cry for serious attention

If Wicknell Chivhayo can purchase cars worth millions of dollar for artists, I do not think he will refuse to sort the miserable water system at Sally Mugabe Hospital if he is approached.
By Johannes Marisa Feb. 15, 2024