By Daniel Chigundu US officials who were in the country a few weeks ago have revealed that their country is pushing for more partnership with Zimbabwe to combat trafficking in persons (TIP) issues. The two officials, Torrie Higgins who is Program Advisor at the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of State and Haley Wright a Foreign Service Officer … Continue reading Human trafficking: U.S. engages Zim
By Correspondent IN a typical Itai Dzamara style, a Harare vendor Grievance Sipikita has written strong worded letter to President Robert Mugabe urging him to flex his muscles over corrupt senior government officials. Various Cabinet Ministers and bosses in state enterprises have been implicated in corruption activities such as awarding of tenders to their own companies; nepotism, flouting tender procedures and awarding themselves heft salaries … Continue reading Vendor pens a letter to Mugabe …urges him to act on corrupt ministers
A petition has been making the rounds on social media with regards to ensuring that the Zimbabwe diaspora community is able to exercise their right to vote in the next harmonized election. This right to vote for any party of choice is enshrined in the supreme law of the land precisely section 67(3). “All Zimbabweans who were born in Zimbabwe have the right to vote … Continue reading NERA pushes for diaspora vote in 2018
Moto Republik In just over 4 days over 1,700 people have signed up to the petition to urge the Minister of Local Government Saviour Kasukuwere, Harare Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni & The Acting Town Clerk, Josephine Ncube, to stop the demolition of Moto Republik, Zimbabwe’s first creative hub. On Monday 13 March Saviour Kasukuwere responded to the online petition that has been trending in Zimbabwe over … Continue reading Latest update on #SaveMotoRepublik
Download this weeks schedule for Parliament Portfolio Committees and Thematic Committes Committee Schedule Week Ending 3 February 2017 Committees of Parliament undertake such specialized functions which the House as a whole sitting in session may not be able to undertake and execute. Executive oversight, principally the review and monitoring of operations and activities of government programs and policies, takes a variety of forms and utilizes … Continue reading [Download] Schedule for Parliament Portfolio & Thematic Committees #WEEK6 2017
By Nyasha N Mukapiko Police on Thursday arrested Centre for Community Development in Zimbabwe (CCDZ) Advocacy Officer George Makoni despite City of Harare (CoH) Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni having given the disgruntled residents a green light to air their grievances. Makoni was later released and ordered to pay $10 fine after police charged him for criminal nuisance. Residents Forum and CCDZ had stormed Town House … Continue reading Residents want suspended Acting Town Clerk Ncube fired!
By Portia Sigauke National pledge demonstration that was organized by Prayer Network Zimbabwe (PNZ) on Monday was a success with more than hundred Christians from all walks of life taking part. The demonstration was led by PNZ which seeks to pray for the nation’s peace and advancing Christianity. Representatives from various churches participated expressing displeasure against decision by Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Lazarus Dokora’s … Continue reading Another National Pledge demo by Prayer Network Zimbabwe
By Pretty Chavango. Members of Parliament recently held a closed door session with Katswe Sisterhood, a movement of young women fighting for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for women, to consider its petition against revenge porn. The meeting which had been postponed since last year finally took place with popular actress Tinopona Katsande ‘Tin Tin’ who is also a victim of leaked pornographic materials … Continue reading My nudes my business – Parliament discusses laws on revenge porn