January 2021

Chamisa calls for shorter lockdowns

Chamisa calls for shorter lockdowns

MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa has called on the government to consider imposing shorter lockdowns arguing that longer periods risk triggering poverty among the citizens. Zimbabwe is currently in a 30-day lockdown that has since…



COVID-19: When statistics turn into faces we know

COVID-19: When statistics turn into faces we know

The Covid19 numbers and statistics are turning into faces we know. With the death toll increasing, social media timelines are flooded with messages of condolences. As people bid farewell to their loved ones. That has…


Corruption widening the gap of inequalities

Corruption widening the gap of inequalities

Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) program officer Tashinga Zamba says corruption by public officials is widening the gap between the rich and the poor. Majority of people in Zimbabwe are reportedly suffering due to poverty, and…


COVID-19 has worsened inequalities

COVID-19 has worsened inequalities

COVID-19 which has claimed many lives in the world has reportedly worsened the gap of inequalities in Zimbabwe. The rich and well-connected are getting richer, while the poor and vulnerable are getting worse. Policies being…


How Zimbos can keep the internet safe

How Zimbos can keep the internet safe

By Joel Mandaza Times have changed, and politicians are struggling to come to terms with the progress brought by technology. Unlike back in the day, where those in power would use the mass media to…



Free education is possible but we lack leadership

Free education is possible but we lack leadership

Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) president Takavafira Zhou says Zimbabwe cannot provide free basic education because it lacks responsible leaders and there is too much corruption. Section 27 of the constitution compels the state…




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