‘Impunity in Zimbabwe has led to continuous attacks on citizens’

    A culture of impunity in Zimbabwe, where perpetrators of violence walk away scot-free, without paying for their crimes has led…

    CITE annual Asakhe film festival kicks off

    The annual Asakhe Film Festival, with the objective of contributing towards Zimbabwe’s national healing and reconciliation process, kicked off in…

    SA govt taken to court over Zimbabwean Exemption Permits

    A group of Zimbabweans in South Africa recently took that government to court, asking them to declare them permanent residents…

    ‘Turn idle beerhalls into drug rehab centres’

    Deputy Minister of Health and Minister Dr John Mangwiro says there have been suggestions that the government turn idle beer…

    Vaccine supply inequality could extend Covid-19 to 2022

    The inequitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines across the world could unnecessarily extend the Covid-19 pandemic to 2022, the World Health…

    All set for CITE’s healing film festival

    All is set for the week-long annual Healing and Reconciliation Film Festival that will be hosted by the Centre for Innovation…

    Zim Covid-19 vaccination statistics significantly drop

    The country’s vaccination statistics have significantly dropped at a time when the government is targeting inoculating 10 million Zimbabweans by…

    Mpilo Central Hospital embarks on intersex awareness campaign

    Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo has embarked on an awareness campaign to educate communities on individuals born with ambiguous genitalia…

    WILD implores Govt to address heavy burden of unpaid care work on rural women

    Women in Leadership Development (WILD) has implored the government to address the heavy burden of unpaid care work experienced by…

    Byo author defies odds

    From an undocumented, unknown struggling young boy to an accomplished, dedicated motivational speaker, author and poet. This is the story…
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