Farida Jalalzai, Oklahoma State University
Estonia, Singapore, Ethiopia and Finland – these are some of the 21 countries currently governed by a female president or prime minister.
Yet a woman president of the U.S. still remains only a hypothetical.
The 2020 Democratic nomination contest originally featured six women
President Emmerson Mnangagwa Tuesday morning urged the nation to desist from travelling outside of Zimbabwe and maintain high levels of hygiene in light of the coronavirus which continues to spread across the world.
The virus has so far claimed more than 4000 lives while infecting more
This article is not in any way meant to be offensive but just to unravel some of the facts behind wetlands invasion in Harare.
By Edgar Gweshe
Those privy to the case of Hillside Park Wetland will know that the person who is seeking to develop
Provincial Minister of State for Mashonaland West Mary Mliswa Chikoka yesterday abruptly ended her tour of Chinese owned Sunny Yi Feng factory in Norton after being told that some workers were under quarantine for coronavirus on site.
This was revealed by Norton legislator Temba Mliswa who
The Centre for Natural Resources Governance (CNRG) Director, Farai Maguwu has revealed intricate details of an emerging conflict between Marange community and government concern the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company over a joint venture mining deal with a UK based firm VAST Resources.
According Maguwu, a community
What has been troubling is the fact that Zimbabweans are somewhat sceptical about the actual nature of the virus in Zimbabwe, they think their government is lying to them and they want all borders shut down immediately.
High Court Judge Justice Esther Muremba on Tuesday 10 March 2020 ordered a property developer to stop construction of a wedding venue on a wetland in Harare following objections lodged by some aggrieved residents.
In February 2020, Glorious All Time Functions started developing and constructing a
HARARE – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has welcomed a contribution of US$1.5 million from the Russia Federation to assist more than 100,000 people in Hwange, Nkayi and Zvishavane districts, who are among the worst affected by severe drought and food insecurity in the
Monetary authorities today announced a raft of remedial measures meant to mop excess liquidity in the economy and stabilize the parallel market exchange rate which went haywire over the past two days.
Since Monday morning, the Zimbabwean dollar has plunged nearly 20 percent as of Wednesday
MUTARE- Zimbabwe is gaining positive ground in its war against maternal mortality according to a new report from a multi sector nationwide research, which indicates a decline in the deaths of mothers.
Statistics from the 2019 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) research shows a decrease in