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‘Bring back pregnant girls to school’

In 2020, Zimbabwe amended the Education Amendment Act to prohibit the exclusion of learners based on non-payment of fees and pregnancy.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 7, 2024

NewsDay cartoon 04 May, 2024 edition

NewsDay cartoon 3 May, 2024 edition
By The Watcher May. 4, 2024

Music has ability to shape vocabulary

Street lingo exudes a unique form of expression and music gives people freedom to interpret it in ways they understand.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 6, 2024

Zim activist lands top UN post

She was also appointed the first African Union Goodwill Ambassador on Ending Child Marriage.
By Nhau Mangirazi Jan. 4, 2024

VillageRhapsody: Women's vulnerability to climate change often overlooked

Women’s land rights have a wide-reaching impact on food security, eliminating hunger and poverty, reducing gender-based violence, and on tackling climate change.
By Evans Mathanda Dec. 31, 2023

Zim home to 1m child brides: Unicef

A landmark 2016 Constitutional Court judgment declared child marriages unconstitutional and set 18 years as the minimum age for girls and boys to consent to marriage.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 5, 2023

Shock rise in HIV+ teens

The gap lies in resourcing the level of scale-up needed and investing in additional measures to promote uptake in vulnerable and marginalised groups.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 14, 2023

‘MPs must advocate for stiffer penalties for child marriage offenders’

MPs had demanded that Parliament should do something to protect the girl child from early marriage during a sitting last week.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 24, 2023

‘Climate change shocks, hunger fuelling child marriages in Zim’

Available statistics indicate that child marriages are rampant in the country, with% 34% of girls getting married before the age of 18 and 5% before they turn 15.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 6, 2023