The gender dynamics associated with the equal treatment of women and men remain one of the complex development questions in the modern world. Traditional systems and new developments have ushered in a mirage of challenges as well as opportunities of change on gender equality, particularly on the protection of girls and women.
Introduction and Background
Elections are one of the universally accepted practices that measure the level of tolerance, human rights and democracy within a political entity. In modern democracies, elections are averagely conveyed after every five years to elect a new political leadership that is entrusted with the mandate to make decisions on behalf of the generality of citizens.
Menstrual health is a forbidden topic in many African countries, Zimbabwe included, and is often regarded as a taboo by many societies particularly in the rural areas.
The dramatic finale of the Jacob Zuma years and the dawn of the Cyril Ramaphosa era provide fodder for reflection on the state of African political parties. In principle, parties are equal parts but weak structurally and bankrupt ideologically.
@organizing4zim joins Zimbabweans and the rest of the world in mourning former Zimbabwean Prime Minister and opposition leader of the Movement for Democratic Change, Dr. Morgan Richard Tsvangirai, who passed yesterday, 14 February 2018 after succumbing to cancer.