Zimbabweans should be wary of Trojan horse constitutional amendments!

This was said by Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister Ziyambi Ziyambi, in an interview with the State-controlled Sunday Mail newspaper.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Mar. 26, 2024

Lawyer calls out corruption in legal profession

The book is a guide to achieving true success in the legal profession, according to the author, who said he did not require persuasion to write it.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 26, 2024

Ziyambi repeats anti-sanctions call

Ziyambi said sanctions, imposed in 2001 by the United States over human rights abuses, must be unconditionally lifted.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 29, 2024

By-elections: Women voices remain muted

It is important to ask why political parties are not fielding more women for direct election. And what this means for the future of representative politics in Zimbabwe.
By Vanessa Chidanyika Feb. 23, 2024

Limited access to workspaces hampering MSMEs growth

Ziyambi said the ministry had initiated multi-stakeholder engagements with government departments, local authorities and the private sector to include MSMEs in their work plans.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 22, 2024

Govt under fire over meagre pension pay-outs

Former Public Service minister Paul Mavima said the government would review pension pay-outs in line with movements in the exchange rate.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 19, 2024

A victory for human rights

Tuesday’s landmark decision comes as a Private Member’s Bill was introduced last year in the National Assembly to abolish the death penalty in Zimbabwe.
By Newsday Feb. 10, 2024

We’ll investigate basic goods scarcity: Govt

“Once they do that analysis, we will be able to inform the government to make the necessary interventions.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 3, 2024

Govt unveils ZWL$11b food aid package

Early this week, GMB officials revealed in Parliament that the country was left with only four months supply of grain.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 2, 2024