Daily Struggle for LGBT in Zimbabwe

By Pascal Kunyeda Zimbabwe, a country of around 13 million citizens is one of the countries in the world which still frown upon LGBT existence in the society. For 32 year old Gregory, an LGBT male sex worker in one of the capital Harare’s glitzy Avenues area, life has never been a bed of roses.  …

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Is Social Media A Security Risk?

Wisdom Mumera Social media is one of the unconventional security threats posed for African countries and they have to come up with new strategies to deal with that according to Prof Patrick Lumumba eminent African lawyer. Lumumba who was recently in the country attending the Youth Advocacy for Reform Agenda (YARD) Indaba expressed these sentiments …

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Is Social Media A Security Risk?

Wisdom Mumera Social media is one of the unconventional security threats posed for African countries and they have to come up with new strategies to deal with that according to Prof Patrick Lumumba eminent African lawyer. Lumumba who was recently in the country attending the Youth Advocacy for Reform Agenda (YARD) Indaba expressed these sentiments …

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Petition demands educational qualifications for MPs

By Daniel Chigundu Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Tsitsi Gezi says Parliament has received a petition calling for the enactment of minimum educational qualifications for the post of President as well as for legislators. Currently, there is no educational qualification needed for one to contest to be President or to be a legislator in …

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Can we still pay school fees using goats?

By Daniel Chigundu Proportional Representation legislator Joyce Makonya left the National Assembly in stitches when she asked Primary and Secondary Education Minister whether it was still feasible for poor parents to pay school fees using livestock. With most companies having closed shop in the country especially in the past decade most parents are struggling to …

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Can we still pay school fees using goats?

By Daniel Chigundu Proportional Representation legislator Joyce Makonya left the National Assembly in stitches when she asked Primary and Secondary Education Minister whether it was still feasible for poor parents to pay school fees using livestock. With most companies having closed shop in the country especially in the past decade most parents are struggling to …

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What Temba Mliswa said in Parliament [Full text]

HON. T. MLISWA:  I rise on a point of privilege Madam Speaker.  Madam Speaker, a very good afternoon to you. HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER:  Good afternoon. HON. MLISWA:  Madam Speaker, I rise to register my displeasure and to equally seek guidance from you as the Chair on how far Members of Parliament can go in enjoying …

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Russia to Disconnect From The Internet

Staff Reporter Whilst Zimbabwean authorities are shutting down the internet our so-called big brother from another mother, Russia, is actually planning of entirely disconnecting the whole country from the internet. Information is that according to a law, still in draft, called the Digital Economy National Program, Mother Russia will require all internet service providers to …

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Warning on Valentine’s Day

The big red day is here and all you ghetto youths can begin sweating how you will navigate a $6 two Piecer plus a $3 drink and remain breathing normally in ED’s Zimbabwe. For the ladies the scenario is different, essentially all you need is a big smile. Something else however lurks in the red …

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