Zanu PF abusing Mupedzanhamo: HRT

Though officially closed, Mupedzanhamo is now operating as a food stall and parking area.
By Lorraine Muromo Aug. 28, 2023

Unpacking factors influencing media conduct during elections

The notable improvements in particular the flighting of opposition political advertisments are reflective of that stakeholders' commitment.
By Nigel Nyamutumbu Aug. 27, 2023

Journalists put Zec on the spot

 Section 160K (1) of the Electoral Act compels Zec to monitor coverage of the elections by the local media.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 13, 2023

SA actress presence in Zim raises eyebrows

Exactly three years down the lane, the South African star is seen dining and mingling with the very same people whom she accused of being behind human rights abuses in Zimbabwe.
By Moses Mugugunyeki and Sindiso Dube Aug. 13, 2023

Repression, violence loom over Aug 23 election

HRW interviewed 28 people in April and May, including activists, journalists, opposition members, and victims of human rights abuses.
By Newsday Aug. 10, 2023

Promising careers crash

The media industry in Zimbabweis dominated by men, with female news hunters only viewed as less capable.
By Nthokozo Gudu Jul. 14, 2023

FEATURE: Online violence: How women journalists are fighting back

Media organisations, social media platforms and governments must all provide better support.
By Devin Windelspecht Jun. 9, 2023

Journos need support: Mwonzora

Mwonzora engaged media practitioners at Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House in Harare where he said hate speech was the main trigger of violence during elections.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko May. 30, 2023

US revokes visas after Museveni signs tough anti-gay Bill into law

Lawmaker Asuman Basalirwa addressing journalists in Kampala said “Anita Among is the first victim” of likely sanctions.
By The East African May. 29, 2023