Jun 6, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Mike Van Kamande Churches Action Relief and Development (CARD) says a media fully knowledgeable on advocacy has the potential to accelerate development in the country. Speaking in Liwonde on Tuesday during a media...

Feb 24, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa Since the start of the pandemic, many of the young boys have been involved in taking substances like marijuana  due to the deferment of schooling in a bid to curtail the spread...

Feb 24, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Doreen Mwangata Youths are not receiving health services in most of the health centers located in Mulanje. This is resulting in the spike of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and early pregnancies in the...

Dec 6, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by by Minenhle Moyo Gender Based Violence (GBV), has been identified as one of the major contributors to the limited number of women involved in the political spaces in Zimbabwe. Less women are involved...

Dec 6, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Hazel Two young men helplessly drowned in a river whilst their friends were recording a video with their phones. A viral video that gives a sorry account of the tragic moment of two...

Dec 6, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Mary Jane Civic organisations fear that the Private Voluntary Organizations Bill 2021 will pose  challenges in their day to day operations, as the new bill leaves no room for organizations to even slightly...

Nov 26, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

By Yollander Millin The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) was able to once again assist the citizens of Bulawayo to position themselves, and demand for transparency and accountability from duty bearers. A...

Nov 26, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Yollander Millin The youth in Bulawayo have expressed concerns over the effects of increasing public debt on their social and economic welfare, and have called on both local and national authorities to put...

By Yollander Millin The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) was able to once again assist the citizens of Bulawayo to position themselves, and demand for transparency and accountability from duty bearers. A group of residents, that offered equal representation of various diverse groups came face to face...

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