CEADZ has been designed to support local organizations’ initiatives that contribute to achieving: “Increased influence of Zimbabwean citizens, actin collectively through formal and informal groups for more democratic and accountable governance.”
October 20, 2018 will be a memorable day for children and staff at Shungu Dzavana Trust Children’s Home who received goodies from the United Methodist Church Harare East District Cluster 3. The cluster is made up of United Methodist churches in Hatfield, Msasa Park, Prospect and Cranborne.
This brief analyzes the space for civic engagement and civil society programming priorities in the wake of critical shifts in the contextual environment following the July 2018 election in Zimbabwe.
Private media journalists were today, 16 October barred from entering the Commission of Inquiry into the post-elections violence that took place on August 1, 201
Electronic communications and transactions have been a convenient source of revenue for African governments looking to expand their tax base.
Zimbabwe has been attempting to chart a new way forward under the mantra of the ‘new dispensation’ geared towards respecting the Constitution and the rights of its citizens.
The annual NGO Directors Summer School is upon us.
The dynamics of contract farming are different between food crops and cash crops with experiences, perceptions and outlook between these schemes entirely differe
This report presents the findings of the Municipal Budgeting and Financial Management Survey conducted by the We Pay You Deliver (WPYD) Consortium.