Since 31 December 2019 when the Constitutional Amendment Bill No 2 was published in the Government Gazette various groups of women have been meeting to try and understand what it means and what the Executive arm of government is trying to do.
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By now it should be unquestionably clear that there are two things that are bogging down our determined and collective efforts to escape the clutches of begriming poverty: corruption and sanctions.
While Government detractors and serial sanctions beggars would want to paint a bleak picture of the situation obtaining in the country, something completely opposite is taking root on the economic front.
With our hydro and thermal power stations at Kariba and Hwange largely failing to meet Zimbabwe’s growing appetite for electricity, renewable energy sources have been on a lot of people’s minds of late.
Under the blistering mid-morning heat, I set off herding cattle towards the bend on Mupinge River — aptly named Gonyo, the Korekore dialect for a bend.
OUR worst fears have been confirmed that Prosecutor-General (PG) Kumbirai Hodzi would land himself into trouble for confirming the mechanics behind the
RECENT news, which the government has not disputed, suggested that Zimbabwe is not keen on joining the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI).
Parliament sat, for the first time this year, on Tuesday with at least 10 Bills set to be debated during the Second Session of the Ninth Parliament.
Pyongyang, January 1 (KCNA) — The 5th Plenary Meeting of the 7th Central Committee (CC) of the Workers’ Party of Korea was held at the headquarters building of the WPK Central Committee from December 28 to 31, 2019.
The right to life is sacrosanct and absolute. It is the first human right enshrined in our Constitution. Even the yet to be born have the right to life. Section 48(3) of the Constitution states that “An Act of Parliament must protect the lives of unborn children, and that Act must provide that pregnancy may be terminated only in accordance with that law”. This article outlines the grounds upon which pregnancy can lawfully be terminated in Zimbabwe.