Inmates wallow in jail without trial

Psychologist Pardon Taodzera urged the judicial system to expedite trials, citing their detrimental mental health impact on prisoners.
By Problem Masau Dec. 15, 2023

Breaking barriers: Advocating disability inclusivity

Analysts note that it is important to share evidence-based research, data, and success stories that demonstrate the positive impact of disability inclusive and management practices.
By Tonderayi Matonho Nov. 21, 2023

World risks descending into a climate ‘doom loop’, warn thinktanks

The damage caused by global heating across the globe is increasingly clear, and recovering from climate disasters is already costing billions of dollars.
By The Guardian Feb. 16, 2023

Gukurahundi sparks fresh trauma fears

This came out during a two-day Gukurahundi symposium organised by the Public Policy Research Institute (Ppriz) in Bulawayo last week.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 11, 2022

New perspectives: Towards a stable Zimbabwe macro-economy

There is no doubt that sustainable economic and social development can only happen in a stable macro-economic environment.
By Vince Musewe Nov. 20, 2022

South-East Asian Nations Show Red Card to China Through Economic Means

In short, the South-East Asian nations have shown a red card to China and its debt-trap tactics with full might.
By Ani News Sep. 25, 2022