Zimbabwe’s biggest teachers’ union said on Monday its members would not return to work for the first time since March next week unless they are… Read More »Zimbabwe teachers to boycott work over pay, demand COVID-19 allowance
A man recently filmed destroying Dendairy milk – after using it to clean a pit latrine – has been taken to court by the Kwekwe-based company.
An angry Harare man has recorded a video cleaning a toilet using Dendairy milk, and subsequently destroying another carton.
Following the gazetting of the Cybersecurity and Data Protection Bill, MISA Zimbabwe convened a capacity-building workshop on the proposed law in Harare on 16 June… Read More »Cyber bill should promote and protect digital rights
The first Consumer Trade Dialogue was held at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in Geneva on Monday 6 May. The event brought together Consumers International staff and… Read More »WTO Holds Inaugural Consumer Trade Dialogue
Updated below with Irvine’s statement The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has reported that an outbreak of a highly pathogenic avian flu has occurred… Read More »Bird Flu At Irvine’s Chickens: Botswana Cancels Imports
Zimbabwe’s current socio-economic situation has seen many people, both men and women, turn to alcohol and drug use just to cope. Watching a family member,… Read More »How to Help Someone With an Alcohol Addiction