A wave of change is coming.

The move by the Zimbabwe Intercessors Movement to petition runs hand in glove with what we have been doing as churches in diaspora said Pamela Magwizi of Johanne Masowe Church.
By Admin Jun. 14, 2024

TikTok activism: how queer Zimbabweans use social media to show love and fight hate

Despite the benefits of social media like TikTok, it’s important to acknowledge that it can also perpetuate discrimination and violence.
By Gibson Ncube and Princess Sibanda Jun. 13, 2024

Zim trio nabbed for terrorising South Africans

Ahead of that country’s elections, some political parties anchored their campaigns on the deportation of illegal Zimbabwean immigrants.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 9, 2024

The most successful Zimbabwean poker players of all time

Zimbabwean, Kim Parshotam, is fourth in the country’s all-time money list.
By The Zimbabwe Independent May. 30, 2024

Public trust and confidence: Zim’s currency reform hurdles

Several efforts by the Zimbabwean government to stabilise the situation failed; one that quickly comes to mind was price controls.
By Blessing Chipanda May. 30, 2024

Maguwu petitions Parly over PVOs Bill hearings

The Bill seeks to regulate the operations of civic society organisations.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 27, 2024

SA truckers suspend protest over foreign drivers

ATDF-ASA is opposing the employment of non-South African drivers, while calling for the departments of labour and home affairs to conduct regular inspections to enforce this.
By Silas Nkala May. 21, 2024

When politics lead economics

Two decades after the country underwent the chaotic land reform, monetary policy has remained one of the biggest headaches
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 13, 2024

Conservationist lands funding for conservation films

These filmmakers will share their own experiences in order to change people’s view of the continent, while inspiring communities to protect nature, wildlife and cultural heritage.
By Sharon Zebra Apr. 24, 2024