Women express confusion and mixed feelings over the Draft Marriages Bill of 2019

By Busi Bhebhe

Women have shown some confusion over the contents of the Draft Marriages Bill of 2019 which harmonises marriage unions in Zimbabwe and for the first time ever, seeks to provide legal recognition of civil partnerships, what has been mainly called co-habitation in the past. 

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Women miners join national clean-up campaign

By Takudzwa Mahove @josfisher92 

Zvishavane - Since the beginning of time women have had the unspoken role of keeping their communities and homes clean. As such  they have made a mark on the hygienic front keeping their homes and environments clean as the sole care givers.

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BCC calls on Bulawayo women to work closely with local authority

By Lungile Moyo

Female residents in Bulawayo have been invited to work hand in glove with the local authority  as a means of addressing service delivery  issues like refuse collection and water and sanitation, which are  increasingly becoming a challenge and negatively impacting women the most.

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Editorial Comment: Keeping pregnant girls in school could bring more future pros than cons

By Nomthunzi Mpofu

"Zonelwa mvu yinye” which has a similar meaning to the adage which goes “a bad apple spoils the barrel”, comes to many a parent's mind when asked if they believe pregnant girls should be allowed to continue in the formal school system. 

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Women's News Beat: Wheels of Justice

By Amakhosikazi Media

On this weeks episode of #WomensNewsBeat we debate the appointment of Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo to the Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission (ZACC). As wife to Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Sibusiso Moyo, Is she conflicted or not?

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Women applaud introduction of mobile TB clinics

By Precious Moyo

The government of Zimbabwe has introduced mobile tuberculosis (TB) screening services to rural areas that have been identified as TB burdened after noting that such communities experience challenges in accessing health services.

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Women prisoners need community support

By Pamela Moyo

The Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services has called for women’s organisations to participate in empowering imprisoned women.

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Female Philanthropist seeks to empower Children living with Hydrocephalus

By Loveness Nyathi -@lovie1988

Born and bred in Bulawayo a business woman turned philanthropist, Lynn Ndlovu (43) is appealing for assistance from the public and the government to build a clinic and school for children living with hydrocephalus.

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Women's Newsbeat Podcast Season 1 Episode 1

By Amakhosikazi Media 

Tune into Women's Newsbeat, a weekly podcast talkshow focusing on the week's news from four outspoken and opinionated Zimbabwean women.

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Women's month Special: Emelda Vhiriri a woman of many passions

By Buhle Mhlanga -@tshatshazilakhe

Emelda Vhiriri is the of Founder Cultiv8 Africa,  Acting Director for ROOTS as well as the Chairperson Young Women's forum for the Women's coalition of Zimbabwe and Co-Chair Southern African Youth Forum (SAYoF SADC).

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UBH to have clinic to treat "weak bladder" issues among women

By Precious Moyo

Bulawayo is set to have its first public obstetric fistula clinic   established at UBH to serve the southern parts of the country by year end, thanks to funding from the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP). 

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