Citizens have praised democratic treatment exhibited by members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) who oversaw the security of the MDC Alliance March yesterday. The humanitarian attitude by the security forces has instilled a new sense of confidence and peace ahead of the much hyped
The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance Presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa has threatened more protests across the country should government and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) fail to take heed of their electoral demands.
Addressing the crowds gathered at Africa Unity Square in the capital during
Yesterday, thousands of MDC Alliance supporters, led by their Presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa marched to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) offices to hand over a petition calling for electoral reforms ahead of the July 30 elections.
After the march, there was an address at the Africa
We don't suffer from cash crisis: Seke rural Women
Seke women share their stories on how they are surviving in the cash crisis era. Self Help Development Foundation has been working in Seke rural district and has managed to empower women to be self reliant and
Live MDC-T Demo demanding electoral reforms
MDC-T demonstration at Africa Unity Square marching demanding electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 elections set for 30 July 2018, The MDC alliance is to present a partition to protest in front of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) offices and
The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) continues to fulfill its mandate of promoting the girl child's participation in the challenging fields of Information Communication Technologies. The regulator invaded Monte Casino Mission in Macheke a few weeks ago to commemorate Girls in ICT
Over the years religion has been cited as one of the biggest causes of child marriages with the apostolic sect being touted as the major driver of the scourge.
In the apostolic faith, religion combines with traditional culture, and girls are often encouraged to marry much
Our 263 Chat crew takes a look at the day to day struggles of ordinary women in Zimbabwe. Possessing birth rights in a country which has not seen economic progress for the past 37 years doesn't spell out a fairytale for ordinary women as they