A local National Organization is looking for a young person to serve as Post-Grad Trainee Finance and Admin Assistant based in Harare. We seek an honest competent individual with an interest to learn and at the same time contribute to the financial administration of the organization.
The International Women's Day 2019 campaign theme of #BalanceforBetter is a call-to-action for driving gender balance across the world. Better the balance, better the world.
NANGO applauds the decision by the high court to nullify suspension of Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (Cotrad).
The two organisations were suspended by Masvingo District Administrator, Roy Hove, on March 11, 2019 pending investigations into registration.
Community Water Alliance in partnership with Combined Harare Residents Association hosted a meeting with five Parliamentary Portfolio Committees to discuss review of water laws in line with Section 77 (a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe.
Cyclone Idai hit five districts in Masvingo Province and these are Gutu, Bikita, Zaka, Chiredzi and Masvingo.
One death and five cholera cases have been recorded at Mont Dor and Karara resettlement areas in Shamva following a portable water disconnection that has gone on for over five weeks.
As a feminist I have a plethora of reasons to celebrate International Women’s Day. I see this as a day to push for affirmative action while celebrating women. Of course as women we have a lot of issues that need to be addressed but that should not stop us from celebrating ourselves.
This household care burden survey commissioned by the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) intends to collect quarterly household data on household incomes, expenditures and expenditure patterns, livelihoods options, copying strategies and gender disparities, among others.
The current legal framework lacks protection of victims of revenge porn or cyber-bullying. The relief available for victims remains of a civil nature where one can claim damages for defamation of character, pain and suffering and loss of income for a ruined reputation etc.
Hwange ward 9 community members are calling on Hwange Colliery Company and well wishers to improve sanitation facilities that have been in a dire state for over a decade.
Prison is as far as the sentencing road goes for offenders in Zimbabwe, but does not need to be the end of the world. ''We want to give inmates a shot at being a good member of society - that's what we're here for,'' echoes Leeman Dube the Director of Simphiwe Development Trust.
The Minister of Justice and Parliamentary Affairs has welcomed self regulation of Non- Governmental Organisations (NGOs), an initiative that will improve the quality of services provided by NGOs by helping NGOs to adopt high standards of conduct and to devise efficient decision-making processes.