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Saudi Arabia Hosts World Environment Day 2024, Focusing on Land Restoration and Resilience

By Wilis Moyo Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – June 5, 2024 In a global effort to combat environmental challenges, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is taking center stage on World Environment Day. The spotlight is on critical issues such as land…

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Partners with Homelink to Increase Access to Local Currency

By Wilis Moyo Harare, Zimbabwe – The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has announced a partnership with Homelink to expand access to the local currency, ZiG, across the country. The move aims to ensure sufficient ZiG circulation in the economy…

President Mnangagwa Woos South Korea Investment at Africa Summit

Seoul, South Korea – President Dr. ED Mnangagwa on Tuesday addressed the South Korea-Africa Summit in Seoul, where he extolled Zimbabwe’s readiness to engage in a mutually beneficial partnership with South Korea. Speaking to a gathering of African leaders and…

Child Marriage on the Rise in Buhera South Ward 28

  By Logic Chatikobo in Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe A disturbing trend is emerging in Buhera South Ward 28, where child marriage is increasingly becoming a norm. The root causes of this issue are multifaceted, including child abuse, poverty, and peer…

Buhera South Residents Reject New Currency, Zimbabwean Gold (ZiG)

By Logic Chatikobo In a surprising turn of events, residents of Buhera South have overwhelmingly rejected the newly introduced currency, Zimbabwean Gold (ZiG). The currency, which was intended to replace the US dollar as the primary medium of exchange, has…

Civil Society Organizations Sound Alarm Over Sand Mining Threat to Cleveland Dam Wetland

Report By Wilis Moyo HARARE – A coalition of civil society and community-based organizations has expressed grave concerns over the ongoing sand mining activities at Cleveland Dam, a internationally recognized wetland under the Ramsar Convention. Despite efforts to engage law…

Gross Human Rights Violations Rock Chiredzi Rural Constituencies

  Mobile Clinics Urgently Needed to Address Torture, Abductions, and Humiliation by Self-Appointed Vigilante Group CHIREDZI – Reports of gross human rights violations have emerged from Chiredzi Rural Constituencies, where a self-imposed group, dubbed “G.Unit”, has taken the law into…

Decorated Military Veteran, Lionel Dyck Dies

Report By Wilis Moyo Lionel Dyck, a celebrated figure in African military circles, has passed away in Cape Town after a courageous battle with cancer. The retired colonel’s distinguished career spanned over two decades, with notable service in the Rhodesian…

The Devastating Impact of Job Shortages on the People of Buhera South

By Alice Marume: Mutiusinazita Secondary School The scarcity of jobs in Buhera South has become a pressing concern for rural settlers, particularly for children like us. Our basic needs, such as education, clothing, food, and school fees, require financial resources…

The Consequences of Stream Bank Cultivation: A Threat to Zimbabwe’s Environmental Heritage

By Isabel Magoge Stream bank cultivation, the practice of ploughing or cultivating along river banks, has been a contentious issue in Zimbabwe, particularly in wards 26 and 27 of Buhera South. Despite the cultural and spiritual significance of streams and…