“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
IT is both ironic and tragic that policy debates on the need to reform the security sector in post-conflict societies
For long Zimbabwean women have played second fiddle to their male counterparts in all spheres of life but a new const
Week after week, the Sunday papers lead with stomach-turning stories of misspending of taxpayers' money, corruption a
Activists attending the public hearings on the controversial Traditional Courts Bill in Parliament were shocked yeste
Since 2009, when current President Andry Rajoelina ousted then-president Marc Ravalomanana with the army's support, M
He brushed it off as a family affair, she said.
SECURICO, the company that Zimbabwe's Divine Ndhlukula started in her cottage in the late 1990s with four employees a
The MDC Women's Assembly has celebrated the resilience shown by women to fight off socio-economic hardships caused by
Earlier this morning I protested along with the Democratic Alliance Women's Network (DAWN) outside the Roodepoort Mag
Zimbabwean women involved in politics and civil society have warned against holding elections without creating a peac
Pretoria — President Jacob Zuma has appointed nine commissioners to the Commission for Gender Equality.
A small garage in Chitungwiza has become a centre of hope and rejuvenation for victims and perpetrators of gender bas
Windhoek — About 100 people, of whom 56 were men, held a peaceful march to protest violence perpetrated against
Seven children under the age of 14 were being raped in Soweto in a day.
It is a country that can seem inured to violence from sheer familiarity.
Women from across Zimbabwe have celebrated the launch of a strategic high-level women's coalition.