As parents seek opportunity abroad, children in Zimbabwe find abuse at home

Prisca believes her mother would have protected her if she had been there.
By Linda Mujuru Jan. 15, 2024

Why some Zimbabwean women kill their babies

Janita Corina Mesu wrote her doctoral thesis at the University of Zimbabwe about women who commit infanticide in the country.
By Linda Mujuru Jan. 7, 2024

CSOs flag rising mining sector deaths

They called on authorities to conduct regular inspections, provide comprehensive training programmes, while ensuring that companies adhere to safety protocols.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 11, 2023

Guardians of children with disabilities get cash boost

Ngwenya, from Beitbridge’s Dulivhadzimu high-density suburb stays with four orphaned grandchildren, and two of them have disabilities.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 26, 2023

Life skills boost confidence of children with disability in Chivi

In Zimbabwe, children living with disabilities such as Simbarashe are acquiring new skills to fully realize their potential.
By Farai Mutsaka Jul. 30, 2023

Tax reviews urgent in face of inflation crisis

The Zimbabwe dollar lost value significantly between May and June as the government struggled to put brakes to the economic collapse.
By The Standard Jul. 2, 2023

China pledges more help for agric sector

He said China was committed to expanding imports of agricultural products from Zimbabwe.
By Elma Zhoya and Tatenda Manyinyire Jun. 29, 2023

Assistive devices a necessity for people with disabilities

Physical modifications in the built environment are necessary and this may include ramps, wider entrances, grab rails to enable support and easy access.  
By Deborah Tigere May. 26, 2023

Govt trampling on labour laws: US

“The Ministry of Public Service and Labour is responsible for enforcing the minimum wage and work hours laws for each sector,” the report noted. 
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 18, 2023