A ZIMBABWEAN court on Tuesday 30 June 2020 condemned Epraim Mutombeni, the Director of Masvingo Centre for Research Advocacy and Community Development (MACRD), a local non-governmental organisation, to prison after
By Star Matsongoni People quarantined at Mushagashe Training Centre outside Masvingo town along the road to Harare have complained that police and soldiers deployed there are using heavy-handed tactics whenever
Masvingo Provincial Education Director (PED) Zedius Chitiga has said parents and guardians need not fear for the safety of their children that are sitting for examinations saying schools have enough
The Zimbabwe National Editors’ Forum is concerned Zimpapers’ suspension of the manager of its talk radio station, CapiTalk FM, for airing a programme called ‘Ending Torture and Impunity in Zimbabwe’
HARARE – Zimpapers has suspended the station manager of its talk radio station, CapiTalk FM, for airing a once-off programme called ‘Ending Torture and Impunity in Zimbabwe’ on June 25.
By Nhau Mangirazi CHINHOYI- Mashonaland West resident minister Mary Mliswa- Chikoka has welcomed donations by National Aids Council (NAC) that will make a difference in the fight against COVID 19.
By Mandla Tshuma A local community radio initiative Y-Star FM has called upon the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) to license community radio stations focusing on youth affairs, saying that
By Clayton Shereni Police in Masvingo recently arrested freelance journalist and Zimbabwe Union of Journalist (ZUJ) vice president Godfrey Mtimba and activist Ephraim Mtombeni on charges of undermining the authority
From Kenya to Nigeria, South Africa to Rwanda, the pandemic is decimating the livelihoods of the once-stable workers who were helping to drive Africa’s economic expansion. A busy street in
“Time has come for us to wake up and to make our dreams come true,” Mr Chakwera said in his victory speech. He defeated incumbent Peter Mutharika with 58.57% of