By Dina Gerdeman It’s not news that women are much less likely to get hired for jobs than men, even when the candidates have the exact same qualifications. Now, new
By Jeffrey Moyo HARARE, It’s no joke being a comedian in Zimbabwe. In a country where open criticism of power can spell trouble for journalists, politicians and activists, comedians say
By Jeffrey Moyo HARARE (IDN) – All that she has now is her 12-year old daughter. Her home, and almost all her belongings were destroyed by Cyclone Idai in March.
By Jeffrey Moyo CHIMANIMANI, Zimbabwe – The cyclone will affect the region for months to come after it impacted key livelihoods of fishing and agriculture in the largely rural region,
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Following the High Court ruling on Wednesday that Nelson Chamisa was illegitimately acting as the MDC leader, declaring his appointment as vice president and subsequent appointment as
By John Masuku “Breathing life into dead words…” Albert Nyathi is a poet first and foremost and being a musician comes second. His skill to identify and team up with
Washington – US President Donald Trump is enjoying the strongest polling of his presidency following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report and positive economic news, according to public
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Rising AfroJazz musician will hold a concert this Friday to mobilise funds for the Day of African Child commemorations next month. Speaking to Radio VOP Maizon Tazvitya
The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) and the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) have resolved their impasse, averting a potential strike by the commission’s officials on
Theresa May’s former Defence Secretary,Gavin Williamson who was sacked this week following a leak inquiry, was dismissed following concerns about his plans to ‘invade Africa’ and risk war with China.