The Herald (Harare)

Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city.

Website: http://www.herald.co.zw/index.php#


September 01



August 01

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs in Dramatic U-Turn

    Civic society organisations that have been hostile to Zanu-PF over the years say they are now ready to work with Government for the good of the country. The Southern Africa Civil... Read more »



August 04

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs' Damascene Moment Welcome [editorial]

    WE welcome the announcement by the Southern Africa Civil Society Forum, that draws its membership from all the Sadc countries, that they have dropped their adversarial approach to... Read more »



June 28



June 26

  • Zimbabwe: Fresh Crisis Looms At Chingwizi

    Almost four months after leaving their ancestral homes in the arid Chivi and Masvingo districts, more than 3 000 families affected by the Tokwe-Mukosi floods and are now staying at... Read more »



June 21

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs Must Reform or Die [editorial]

    They pass themselves off as voluntary organisations that serve people mainly in the developing world in the social services sector, but their proliferation over the past 20 years... Read more »



June 18

  • Zimbabwe: EU Chides Zim NGOs, Critics

    THE European Union yesterday dismissed claims by opposition activists and NGOs that there was a leadership crisis in Zimbabwe, saying Government was strong and able to steer the... Read more »



June 10



April 18

  • Zimbabwe: President Meets Salvation Army Leader

    The Salvation Army's international leader General Andre Cox met President Mugabe at State House in Harare yesterday and assured him that the church was there to support the people. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Civil Servants Pay Dates Moved

    All civil servants who were supposed to get paid on Tuesday will now access their April salaries on Thursday due to challenges in transmission of funds caused by the Easter and... Read more »



April 15

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs: Stand Up and Be Counted! [editorial]

    Why should Government register the NGOs, whose main thrust is to mobilise development and foster human right when they very crudely refuse to assist with material, technical and... Read more »



April 14

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs Turn Blind Eye On Chingwizi

    The majority of local NGOs have ignored the humanitarian emergency facing over 3 000 families displaced by flooding in the Tokwe-Mukosi basin in Masvingo, with the corporate sector... Read more »



April 11



April 10



March 19



February 26

  • Zimbabwe: Hospital Gets Computer Donation

    A non-governmental-organisation from South Korea has donated computers to Chitungwiza Central Hospital to enhance the institution's administration. Food for The Hungry... Read more »



December 31, 2013



November 27, 2013



November 21, 2013



November 13, 2013

  • Zimbabwe: Talk Is Cheap, Nango Told

    THE National Association of Non-Governmental Organisations should go beyond admitting the existence of sanctions to local journalists and approach its Western backers and tell them... Read more »



November 11, 2013

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs in Surprise Admission

    THE National Association of Non Governmental Organisations -- an umbrella civil society body with almost 1 000 quasi-political members -- has admitted that the West's illegal... Read more »



November 04, 2013



October 17, 2013

  • Zimbabwe: Where Are the NGOs?

    ZIMBABWE has a multifarious array of non-governmental organisations registered under the auspices of trying to help development of the country and help the poor, the marginalised... Read more »



October 12, 2013



October 09, 2013

  • Zimbabwe: NGOs Rapped

    A Senator responsible for the disabled, yesterday rapped some non-governmental organisations for setting up institutions to get funding from donors under the guise of wanting to... Read more »

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