World Press freedom in the face of green propaganda onslaught

Environmental journalists and the journalism profession are at a crossroad, with the profession more dangerous than ever before.
By Peter Makwanya May. 6, 2024

‘Robbed of innocence by biological father’

Grace said on the fateful day, she was left with her father and siblings by her mother who had travelled.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 6, 2024

Fawezi wraps up GBV prevention initiative

The organisation unveiled the first of its two close-out workshops first in Chitungwiza and then engaged the community in Shamva on Wednesday.
By Khumbulani Muleya Mar. 15, 2024

Zuj condemns harassment of journalists

Zuj said it had engaged police to investigate threats directed at Maraire
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Feb. 20, 2024

Nama explains media award reintroduction

Last year, former director Nicholas Moyo said: “We are now uplifting the award to be a special award; it is coming into the special award and will not be an independent category”
By Style Reporter Feb. 18, 2024

Unpacking news participation and online engagement over time

Now, as publishers and journalists increasingly worry about news avoidance and disengagement, they are also grappling with a “new normal” of more online .
By Kirsten Eddy Feb. 17, 2024

We’re not a nuclear reactor, CZI boss tells journalists

Business lobbies across the world employ experts, including economists, who help their leaders address issues raised by the media.
By Shame Makoshori and Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Feb. 16, 2024

Press freedom is everyone’s responsibility

Journalists have allowed themselves to be answerable to politicians.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 15, 2024

Nyarota’s book on Zim journalism launched

Nyarota’s book titled: The Journalist as an Outcast: Perils of investigative reporting in Zimbabwe was launched at a well-attended event in Harare.
By Problem Masau Feb. 11, 2024