IN FULL: 33rd Post-Cabinet press briefing

THIRTY-THIRD POST CABINET PRESS BRIEFING: 22 SEPTEMBER, 2020 1. ZIMBABWE’S RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Cabinet received an update on steps that are being taken to contain the COVID-19 pandemic…

Two shades of beauty: Christine Matyavira and living with Vitiligo

 By Abigirl Tembo I Features Editor TEENAGERS usually go through a difficult phase as they become conscious of their looks and appearance but for those with various conditions such as…

Burnout Star turns to Music for inspiration

By Theophilus Chuma Losing a parent is a devastating experience, but for some, it can be a turning point and inspiration to embark on a new journey in life. Renowned…

Zimbabwe’s education law now does more for children, but there are still gaps

Rongedzayi Fambasayi, North-West University Zimbabwe recently adopted the Education Amendment Act, 2020, to align its Education Act with the country’s Constitution. The amendment is a result of consultations about how…

Actor Tongayi Chirisa talks transitioning from South African to American film industry and roles in Netflix projects

By Emily Davenport I amny.com TONGAYI Chirisa was always seen as someone who was made for the spotlight, even if he didn’t necessarily see it himself at first. “As a kid…

Feature: Zimbabwe’s newspaper vendors feel COVID-19 pinch

By Tafara Mugwara I Xinhua HARARE: Forty-nine-year-old Judith Kaseke has been selling newspapers at a busy intersection in Harare for the last 19 years. Before the pandemic, Kaseke used to…

Zimbabwe encouraged to explore non-commercial wildlife products trade

By Luckmore Safuli Zimbabwe has been encouraged to explore various options to fund conservation efforts including maximizing on the opportunities under non-commercial wildlife products trade. Almost a year after Southern…

WATCH: Journalists, the forgotten COVID-19 front-liners

BY Abigirl Tembo, Features Editor AS the global figures of people contracting Covid-19 continue to surge, media outlets have been urged to ensure journalists have the necessary protective equipment and…

FEATURE: Sports keep teens out of crime during lockdown in Zim township

By Tafara Mugwara I Xinhua HARARE: With schools closed and children cooped up at home with nothing to do, looking after teenagers has become an extra challenge for many parents…

IN-DEPTH: Economy at it’s best in 10years! Guvamatanga rebuts crisis claims

By Gilbert Nyambabvu “For the first time in 40 years we have a government, and we have a President who has said that he wants to pay one million vulnerable…