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State withdraws Kunaka's incitement to cause public violence charge

Kunaka was facing charges of incitement to cause public violence, breach of peace or bigotry and an alternative charge of organising an illegal public gathering.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 3, 2024

Social media a security threat: Minister

Muswere appeared to suggest that Zimbabwe’s economic problems that critics blame on the government corruption and economic mismanagement stem from abuse of social media.
By Brent Shamu Feb. 29, 2024

Mental Health: Mental health of millennials

As a generation that grew up in the fast changing world of digital innovation, millennials have developed the advantage of being able to accept and adjust effectively to change.
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Feb. 18, 2024

Get started with social media for personal brand

Personal branding is the ongoing process of (defining and) refining what you stand for; communicating this through verbal and non-verbal channels.
By Anesu Chikumba Feb. 9, 2024

Madiro aGeorgina myth busted

Some have described her as someone who would even love to fart in the presence of her father-in-law or would urinate or relieve herself in public.
By Jairos Saunyama Feb. 3, 2024

Tariro Gezi sets new year goals

Gezi has a heavy presence on social media platforms and was endorsed as an ambassador by a number of brands.
By Style Reporter Jan. 7, 2024

Zahara's family ask for privacy, prayers as singer fights for her life in hospital

This after concerns for the singer mounted on social media following Zimoja reporting that Zahara was in intensive care and allegedly in need of a liver transplant. 
By Timeslive Nov. 30, 2023

Tips to protect against social media scams

Scammers may pose as representatives of legitimate organisations or services, such as banks, social media platforms, or online marketplaces
By Jacob Mutisi Nov. 10, 2023

Feature: Poverty fuels Zim’s child sexual abuse

 Videos of school pupils engaging in group sex orgies have gone viral in the past months.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Sharon Sibindi Oct. 26, 2023