Beitbridge school loses fish to poisoning

School authorities recovered a plastic bag with suspected poisonous leaves used to kill the fish.
By Rex Mphisa Jan. 13, 2024

Guardians of children with disabilities get cash boost

Ngwenya, from Beitbridge’s Dulivhadzimu high-density suburb stays with four orphaned grandchildren, and two of them have disabilities.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 26, 2023

Govt applauds World Vision

World Vision Zimbabwe helps at least 1,5 million vulnerable children annually.
By Vanessa Gonye Nov. 22, 2023

Cash transfer scheme gives Binga folk a lift

The programme provided vulnerable families in Zimbabwe with monthly payments through cash transfers and complementary child protection services.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 22, 2023

Lupane families want cash transfers back

Approximately 306 households were benefiting from the programme in Lupane.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 19, 2023

Manna for starving villagers

Edmos Mtetwa, the chief director of social development and disability affairs in the Public Service ministry appreciated the collaboration between government, Unicef and the implementing partners.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 25, 2023

Quelea birds wreak havoc in Plumtree

World Vision Zimbabwe (WVZ) official Hloniphani Tshuma said the distribution exercise was the last one as they had been getting donor support from October 2022 to March this year.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 17, 2023