Thirty jihadist suspects killed in Mozambique - Samim

Nangade still has strongholds of jihadists, who have carried out daily attacks against villages, farms and military positions.
By Bbc News Dec. 1, 2022

Zim judge joins Sadc Tribunal

The newly sworn-in SADCAT judges were appointed by the Sadc Council of Ministers during its meeting held in August 2022 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
By Problem Masau Nov. 23, 2022

ED’s 5-year tenure divides public opinion

The fateful evening of November 14 when convoys of army vehicles rumbled through Harare
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 18, 2022

Govts urged to fund ECD

This came out during discussions on financing of early childhood development (ECD) by the Zimbabwe Network of Early Childhood Development Actors and Sadc PF.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 17, 2022

Man in court for mocking President Mnangagwa

Robert Zakeyo (43) appeared before Bindura magistrate Shingirayi Mutoro who postponed his trial as he was overwhelmed with other cases.
By Emma Nhancumba Nov. 15, 2022

Can extractive sector drive the equality agenda?

The triple challenges of COVID-19, climate change and conflict currently bedevilling the world continue to amplify rather than conceal regional and national inequalities.
By Angellah Mandoreba Nov. 8, 2022

Zim govt must stop imposing sanctions against its people

African leaders have commemorated October 25 as Anti-Sanctions Day to protest against the longstanding restrictions on trade
By Tafi Mhaka Nov. 4, 2022

Letters: Sadc, please call for legislation on diaspora vote

Dialogue is the solution, because Sadc will be able to discuss the issue with the imposers of sanctions and agree on a position.
By Amh Voices Nov. 3, 2022

Child marriages worry Sadc

This came out during discussions on the Sadc model law on eradicating child marriages, currently on-going in Harare.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 2, 2022