Labour Act reviewed: 3 months’ notice of termination removed

Believe me that ruling led to an increase in terminations of employment without disciplinary action, and this had also affected job security of permanent workers.
By Emmanuel Zvada Jun. 6, 2023

Presidential clemency must protect sexual violence survivors

Zimbabwe’s prisons are known to be hugely overcrowded with terrible conditions that may border on the inhumane.
By Tambudzai Gonese-manjonjo Jun. 4, 2023

Letters: Media, elections and peace building in Zimbabwe

The solution will not happen as an event but rather a sustained and engaging process.
By Amh Voices Jun. 4, 2023

Concern over 3% Parly youth representation

In a statement, the organisation said: “In the 2018 election, there was less than 3% youth representation in Parliament, making representative democracy a fallacy.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Jun. 3, 2023

‘Govt sidelining women on climate issues’

“We have seen the government’s efforts in raising awareness that the environment is changing, but women's voices are few at the top in decision making,” said one delegate.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Jun. 3, 2023

August 23: The circus begins

We cannot help but also be reminded of another important stakeholder in all this election drama – the Zimbabwe Electoral commission (Zec).
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Jun. 3, 2023

Parly Clerk graft case remanded to Aug 1

Chokuda and Parliament’s procurement director Stanley Bhebhe are being accused of handpicking a supplier for laptops and desktops to Parliament in breach of set procedures
By Staff Reporter Jun. 1, 2023

100 000 get national identity cards

Machiri said registration would continue even after the proclamation of an election date by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko May. 30, 2023

Parly urged to open debates to public

He said CSOs in Zimbabwe had been playing a key role in the budget formulation process in the country, adding that their contribution was necessary.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 29, 2023