BY JOHN MASUKU WHEN my friend, businessman Obert Sibanda, and I opened BES School of Journalism in April 2001, the first of its kind in Bulawayo, we invited the late
HARARE–The Government of Germany, through the German Federal Foreign Office, has contributed EUR 3 million to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Zimbabwe to support highly vulnerable communities
By Nhau Mangirazi HARARE- Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Senator Monica Mutsvangwa on Thursday challenged media to amplify the Freedom of Information Act that empowers the public right
By Felix Matasva MUTARE- A legal expert with Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights has urged communities in resource rich areas where they are sometimes displaced from, to actively defend their
Former Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils says the state’s current intelligence apparatus is dysfunctional and the Ramaphosa administration has to start acting on the 2018 Mufamadi report to reform the sector.
The case against former Ukhozi FM DJ, Ngizwe Mchunu, has been postponed to July 28 at the Randburg Magistrate’s Court in Johannesburg, Gauteng. This is to allow the state more
The JG Zuma Foundation has released a statement indicating that the media is not allowed within the precinct where the funeral service of Michael Zuma is underway in Nkandla in
By Stephen Chadenga The successive Covid-19 lockdowns have adversely affected women’s access to sexual and reproductive health services, Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ) Midlands provincial coordinator, Vimbai Nhutsve-Musengi has said.
by Yusuf Akinpelu Revealing too much details while reporting insecurity in Nigeria may have adverse impact on the efforts of security agencies in tackling the challenges, the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission
By Jeffrey Moyo The detectives from the Anti-Terrorism Unit hammered at my gate on the morning of May 26. They demanded to know how I had helped two foreign journalists