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Victims of gender-based violence get reprieve

What makes her story painful is not only her age, but the fact that when it happened, no one believed her, and nothing was done.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 23, 2024

Exploring the dynamics of social capital, competition

Gender stereotypes and expectations: Gender stereotypes can play a role in shaping how individuals approach networking.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Jun. 21, 2024

Drug abuse fuelling GBV cases

ZGC Matabeleland regional co-ordinator Dalubuhle Sibanda said drug abuse had become a systemic barrier to gender equality.
By Daniel Moyo Jun. 11, 2024

Zimbabwean storytellers tackle societal issues with powerful film "4KUS"

The film, which touches on love, sex, and drugs, is set to premiere on June 8 at the Bulawayo Centre, following a successful launch in Harare last week.
By Nyasha Gorogodo May. 26, 2024

Empowering African women, resilient education systems

Indeed we acknowledge the challenges that come with our various governance systems but today, we choose to focus on celebrating our gains!
By Grace Chirenje May. 24, 2024

‘Zim lagging behind on gender policy implementation’

According to the report, the prevalence of gender-based violence is high, and incidences of several forms of GBV remain unchanged.
By Melody Chikono May. 3, 2024

WB mobilising US$20m for women

Early child marriages, sexual harassment, and physical violence against women and children are some of the gender-based violence cases prevalent in Zimbabwe.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga May. 3, 2024

Only 2% of Zim women own agricultural land: World Bank

The WB said fewer women earned their livelihoods in the agriculture sector, 66% compared to 57%, with their productivity lower.
By Belinda Chiroodza May. 2, 2024

Govt courts partners in gender equality push

Mutsvangwa, however, said the government was committed to working with other stakeholders to achieve gender equality and women empowerment.
By Gracious Daniel May. 2, 2024