Women in the country have condemned the law criminalising the willful transmission of HIV claiming that women always feel the brunt of the law.
Criminalisation of willful or deliberate transmission has become controversial in a county.
Willful transmission is defined in the Zimbabwean law as the failure to disclose one’s status or to take precautions for preventing the transmission of HIV/ AIDS.
Speaking during a [email protected] discussion held by the Netherlands Embassy and 263Chat, Martha Tholanah the Director of…
ZIMBABWEAN football giants Dynamos are now ranked 19th in the top 30 best clubs on the continent, according to the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
The list released by CAF yesterday revealed that Dynamos, who have won four consecutive domestic league titles and taken part in the CAF Champions League three times under era of the then coach Kalisto Pasuwa, have 494 points that earned then a place in the top 30.
Last season due to financial challenges ‘The Glamour Boy’ failed to reach the knockout stages of the…
Zimbabwe’s economy is slowly sliding back to the 2008 era with liquidity shortages, weak domestic demand and reduced supplies of local goods cited as the indications.
In 2008 cumulative Gross Domestic Product (GDP) fell sharply by 40%. Hyperinflation peaked at 500 million percent and nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP) stood at mere USD$3.5 million in 2009.
This came out during a forum organised by Mass Public Opinion Institute in Harare on Thursday 26 March 2015 to discuss the future of the country’s economy.…
27 March 2015
The Press Release from Steward Bank regarding the Raid on The Source News Agency, dated 27th March 2015 and apparently authored by Mtetwa & Nyambirai Legal Practitioners has been placed in the public domain.
We are surprised that Econet Wireless and Steward Bank through Mtetwa & Nyambirai Legal Practitioner have taken the public route of a Press Release when the issues they raise in the Release are presently pending before courts of law in the form of incomplete court cases.