Women breaks silence on abuse

A 34-year-old woman has broken her silence on the abuse she had to endure in her marriage while pregnant. The abuse had been going on for over two years until […]

WLSA Condemns Gender Based Violence In Political Spaces

WLSA is concerned with the resurgent gender based violence in political activities WLSA is concerned with the resurgent gender-based violence in political activities and its impact on women’s political participation. […]

Capacitating female artisanal miners

capacity building workshop with female miners

Women make up 10% of Zimbabwe’s 535,000 artisanal and small-scale miners, according to a report from the Pact Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based development nonprofit. The obstacles they face in the […]

Joint Press Statement on Healthcare Workers Strike

[bdp_post_slider] Women and Law Southern Africa (WLSA), Katswe Sistahood, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Africa Trust (SAT) and Women’s Action Group(WAG) are women’s rights organizations that advocate for the full […]

Thematic Dialogue on Womens Political Participation

v[bdp_post_slider] The Parliament of Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission and the Zimbabwe Gender Commission with support from International IDEA, WLSA and Padare hosted a multi- party women’s political participation dialogue […]

More work needed on Covid 19, GBV

Q: Zimbabwe joined the rest of the world recently in celebrating International Women’s Day. How were this year’s commemorations different from previous years?

A: This year’s Women’s Day was different in the sense that we are celebrating it as we fight Covid-19 which has amplified the inequalities that women face on a day-to-day basis.

Vulnerable women receive timely support

WOMEN and Law Southern Africa (WLSA) has donated groceries worth thousands of dollars to 300 women across Mutasa District as relief package to vulnerable groups bearing the brunt of the Covid-19 pandemic.

WLSA legal officer, Ms Ivy Chimedza, said the donations are for vulnerable women and girls who are living with disabilities, HIV and Aids, survivors of sexual and gender based violence, widows and elderly women.

Opinion piece : Should Zimbabwe pay Compensation for Former White Farmers for land expropriation?

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