By Nhau Mangirazi As Zimbabwe gears itself in critical winter season that has seen high rates of COVID-19 infections, women remain victims of gender based violence amid renewable energy challenges.
MDC Alliance vice presidents Tendai Biti and Lynnette Karenyi-Kore and several other party leaders have been arrested for trying to gain access into the party headquarters. By Moses Matenga Also
By Dumisani Muleya One of the main reasons why Zanu PF, first under Mugabe and now Mnangagwa, has always found it easy to rule Zimbabwe is that its citizens are
Singer and activist Youssou N’Dour, Zambia’s Minister of Health, African Development Bank Vice President headline call to build African solidarity post-COVID-19 COVID-19 crisis could exacerbate inequalities in education, health and
Umthombo Youth Development Foundation director speaks about the impact of Covid-19 on the foundation’s scholarship recipients Gavin MacGregor, the director of the Umthombo Youth Development Foundation, describes the purpose of
The official cause of death, according to the full 20-page report made public on Wednesday by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office, was cardiopulmonary arrest while Floyd was being restrained
ABIDJAN– African innovators have shown creativity and ingenuity in finding solutions to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, but face legal barriers to safeguarding their intellectual property. There have been 192 innovations
To help students stay on track to successfully complete the 2020 academic year despite not being on campus, Vodacom has partnered with the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) in Johannesburg
The BBC Board has appointed BBC Studios Executive Officer, Tim Davie, as the 17th Director-General of the BBC. Tim will take over from Tony Hall on 1 September. With 15
By Takura Zhangazha* Recent demonstrations in the United States of America (USA) against racial inequality and police brutality have led to some surprising developments in Zimbabwe’s placement in international relations.