Journalists have been implored to give prominence to peace building stories as a way of discouraging politically motivated violence in the country as the country prepares to go for watershed elections scheduled for this year.
The calls were made by the Churches and Civil Society Forum (CCSF) a coalition of churches and civil society organizations that advocates for peace and democracy in the country.
As the Goodwill Ambassador for people living with disabilities, I recommend universal screening of all infants. Screening is essential so that disabilities can be identified early enough for those children and families to get the supports and services they need.
Learning from other countries like Nigeria and Tanzania we might need to dedicate a national day for people living with albinism, to provide an opportunity for the nation to pay more attention to their plight and needs.
It is important that we learn to appreciate physical difference and diversity and the culture should start early in life. Prime Minister Tsvangirai said Wednesday at the stakeholder meeting on people living with albinism in Harare.
Letter to the Zimbabwe Media Commission chairperson
Journalism ethics and the laws of natural justice demand that every individual who is mentioned in any story ought to be accorded a right of reply which should be given equal prominence with the story in which their names were mentioned.
We request that the ZMC will carefully consider this complaint and act on it. We specifically ask that the ZMC writes a letter to The Herald, a) censuring it for the inaccuracies contained in its article published in its Friday 5 April edition: “Daggers out for Tsvangirai’s adviser”, and failing to give Dr. Magaisa a right of reply; and b) directing it to publish responses to the article by the Office of the Prime Minister and Dr.
Prime Minister's statement at the launch of National Water policy in Victoria Falls
Water is life and mechanisms to ensure its sector-wide distribution should be supported by progressive Zimbabweans.
There is significant complementarity between the World Water Day theme, International Year of Water Cooperation and the rationale of the National Water Policy in that the policy seeks to ensure coordination between and among various stakeholders in the water sector for purposes of optimum beneficiation.
Prime Minister Tsvangirai said in a speech read on his behalf by Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe.
PM acceptance speech at Sun Moon University Seoul South Korea
I believe most sincerely, that power should not be individualised but rather, that power should be institutionalised. Only when we create credible and responsible institutions can we cultivate a culture of good governance and accountability, Prime Minister Tsvangirai said at the occasion of his conferrement of a Honorary Doctorate at Sun Moon University in Seoul South Korea.
Without peace, security and human development, Africa’s role in shaping the international agenda remains handicapped at a time when the demand for entry into a single global family within the Continent is rising every day, PM Tsvangirai has said.
Thousands of Movement for Democratic Change members and relatives on Tuesday bid farewell to one of the founding fathers of the party, Professor Gordon Chavunduka.
Professor Chavunduka, (82), described by the Prime Minister and president of the MDC, Morgan Tsvangirai, as a ”guiding light,” died last week at the Avenues Clinic after battling cancer of the throat for the past two years.