MUTARE- Centre for Natural Resources Governance (CNRG) has made a clarion call to government to set up a commission of enquiry on the socio-economic impact of women in mining.
This call was made as the world celebrates International Women’s Day, commemorated every year on 8 March,
Lanterns were displayed, doors were decorated with spring festival couplets, a common sight that we often anticipate during the days leading to the Chinese Spring festival.
By Samantha Nyabondo
This time around, however, there seemed to be a glitch amid the excitement for the holiday.
There was a
Human Rights watchdog, Amnesty International has renewed its call for the Government to assist in revealing the fate of journalist cum political activist Itai Dzamara who has not been accounted for since his disappearance five years ago.
The watchdog called for the establishment of a commission
Outspoken Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has laid into President Emmerson Mnangagwa's cabinet as the worst ever with people without political or economic traction.
In a two-threaded Twitter post, Mliswa said most of the cabinet ministers appointed by Mnangagwa do not have political nor economic traction and
A total of 195 human rights violation were recorded across the country during the month of February, according to rights watchdog, the Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP).
The ZPP report for the month of February indicates that there were violations of civil, political, social and economic rights.
Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) and the Harare Wetlands Trust have welcomed the Parliamentary Committee on Environment and Tourism report on Wetlands Management amid calls to amend the Environmental Management Act.
Addressing journalists in Harare today, ZLHR's Fiona Iliff commended parliament for heeding their call
MUTARE- Mutare City Council has indefinitely halted refuse collection citing shortage of fuel in a move that has irked residents who feel their municipality is failing to prioritize service delivery.
In a Public Notice the city council says it has halted refuse collections and attending to
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) initiated a project between 2013 to 2020, the Enhancing Nutrition, Stepping Up Resilience and Enterprise (ENSURE) which assisted more than 200,000 vulnerable Zimbabweans in Manicaland and Masvingo Provinces to improve their nutritional status, increase their agricultural
Zimbabwe is delivering the highest number of Cambridge International exam entries in Sub-Saharan Africa and the 10th most entries each year globally, reflecting the impressive growth and positive impact of Cambridge International qualifications in the country.
The number of Cambridge International schools in Zimbabwe is growing