The government has expressed concern over the rise in Gender Based Violence (GBV) cases due to COVID-19 has reportedly widened existing social and economic inequalities between women and men.
Addressing a virtual meeting on the Impact of COVID-19 Stimulus Packages in Zimbabwe on GBV Interventions, Tawanda
The COVCID-19 pandemic widened existing gaps in accessing basic primary health care services which left the majority of citizens unable to get medical help.
Zimbabwe Association of Doctor for Human Rights Executive Director, Calvin Fambirai blamed the existing inequalities in the gaps saying basic health care
The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has called on the Government to show sincerity and address the plight of workers in the country.
In a message to mark the International Workers Day, the coalition accused government of choosing to criminalize trade unionism at the expense of
MUTARE- Government's failure to meet its own deadline to publish the Auditor General (AG) report for the year 2019 has worried stakeholders pushing for transparent management of the national purse.
The Auditor General, Mildred Chiri was expected to have submitted the 2019 Audit Report to the
High Court has extended incarceration days for the MDCA women and postpones bail ruling from Friday to Tuesday next week for the two
Despite a 12.5 percent slid in sales volumes, Dairibord Holdings Limited still managed a 5 percent increase in revenue to ZWL$ 5.3 billion for the year ended December 2020 against previous year thanks to improved foreign currency sales.
The reintroduction of foreign currency transaction in April
Leading medical aid society- Cimas Medical Aid Society, has partnered with business management organisations to procure Sinovac Covide-19 vaccines for their members.
These business management organisations include the Zimbabwe Chamber of Mines, Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries, Business Fighting Covid, Employers’ Confederation of Zimbabwe (EMCOZ), Horticultural Development
Home affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe has today exposed rot at passport offices when he approached in an undercover gear only to find out the shock of his life
The government has warned citizens against complacency in the fight against COVID-19 saying the threat is still there despite a drop in number of new infections.
Speaking at the launch of the Private Sector COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, Deputy minister of health and child care Dr John
Forty six Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) across the country have expressed concern over the passing of Constitutional Amendment Bill number 2 by parliament saying the move is a reversal of the gains recorded by the overwhelming participation and endorsement of the new charter by Zimbabweans