Features, Opinion & Analysis

Tackling GBV at Hatcliffe water points

Roselyne Sachiti Features Health and Society Editor • Ms Mutake said from what they gathered, constant fights at the water points emanated from people who did not want to wait in the water queues. • New forms of GBV were raised as men lamented that they, too, are now becoming victims• Some male voices coming […] The Herald …



Covid-19: A personal experience

SOME weeks back just before Christmas, I was diagnosed with Covid-19 after developing what I thought was a very bad flu. I had just returned from a workshop in Gweru, where I had interacted with many colleagues. One of them being Foster Dongozi, secretary general of the  Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ). Dongozi passed away a few days after we returned from the workshop. May his soul rest in eternal peace. The Herald …



Fine tune by-elections laws to avert disputes

The lifting by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) of its suspension of by-elections on public health grounds will be welcomed by a large number of Zimbabweans who, at present, do not have a Member of Parliament representing them in the House of Assembly or do not have a councillor protecting their interests on their local […] The Herald …


EDITORIAL COMMENT : We have every reason to be excited

IT’S one of the most important developments in our football, in particular, and sport, in general — Spanish La Liga club, Real Betis, are coming here this year to launch the first Betis Academy in Africa. The Spaniards, who have similar projects in the United States, Mexico and China), have chosen Harare as their preferred […] The Herald …