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The economy is dynamic and fast paced, and technological advancement is the only constant, and yet our school system remains the same as it was centuries ago: rigid, autocratic and promotes little to no creativity. As a result, the young are losing that innovative mindset, relying on what was taught years ago and not necessarily […]
Zimbabwe’s United Nations Resident Coordinator, Bishow Parajuli, has implored youths in the country and Harare to play active roles in national issues that affect them and help shape their future. He made these remarks at the Junior Chamber International (JCI)’s Go4Gold Opening Night ceremony event held at the Meikles Hotel recently. He urged the younger […]
Hope sometimes seems to be in short supply in Zimbabwe, but hope is a powerful tool that can assist us to achieve our dreams and help others around us. Orphaned at the age of 7 and taking care of her aging grandmother and younger brother, Chido Govera dropped out of school aged 9. Hope for […]
Harare City’s pilot project to monitor traffic using closed-circuit television (CCTV) that was started in 2014 seems to be hitting a brick wall as the equipment is now lying idle and no longer in use. CCTV cameras were installed by a private partner at the intersections of Julius Nyerere Way and Jason Moyo Avenue, as […]
THE Deaf Zimbabwe Trust (DZT) located in Harare’s eastern suburb, Greendale is playing a very critical role in transforming the lives of thousands of people living with hearing impairments. The DZT was founded in 2012 by Lyndon Nkomo, a lawyer by profession, and Barabara Nyangairi, a social scientist, the couple’s son, who is deaf took […]
Tuesday lunchtime is a special time at the Mbare Soup Kitchen. Up to 100 people enjoy a delicious, freshly made, nutritious bowl of hot soup served with fresh bread. The soup is prepared by volunteers from all over Harare — Katie Moyo, for example, is from Gunhill and has been volunteering for about 5 years, […]