Rural women

  • Analysis

    Zimbabwe and poverty: How Zimbabwe can be developed

    By Blessing Mafudza ZIMBABWE is one of the countries who used to have some of the best health and education statistics in Sub-Saharan Africa.However, political and economic crises in recent years have exacerbated poverty and brought with it a host of social problems. It has been alleged that it is between 1990 and 2003 the poverty rate rose from 25…

    Read More »
  • Top Stories

    16-year-old Bindura girl gives birth to triplets

    A 16-year-old has given birth to triplets in what the community has embraced as a blessing from God, but the couple is struggling to take care of the babies since the husband, 18-year-old Leonard Maenza, is not formally employed. Considering her age, having triplets is not an easy task the teenager has to cope with. She had no idea that…

    Read More »
  • Analysis

    Gender equality: Women still lag behind

    By Lynnet A.S Farirai THE marginalisation of women in socio-economic and political affairs in society has always been a major talking point since time immemorial. Mainly led by feminists, the quest to push for equality between men and women was witnessed between the 17th and 19th century and it was rooted in the liberal tradition of rights and freedoms. The…

    Read More »
Back to top button