Richard reflects on recent news that Home Affairs secretary Melusi Matshiya and Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede are proposing regulations to help “instil sanity in places of worship.” Does the church in Zimbabwe need regulation and are these the right people to do it?
Duane Udd looks back on times of significance in Zimbabwe and concludes with a poetic prayer for her future.
Tshisa Rhythms rocks you with some of the finest beats of the wonder years of the 90′s just for your listening pleasure.
Join the SW Radio Africa News team for a round up of this weeks news in Zimbabwe.
Blessing Vava from the pressure group, Committee of the People’s Charter, discusses the recent ruling by the Constitutional Court, which declared that two journalists cannot be charged with criminal defamation because that law is unconstitutional. The ruling was celebrated by the media community as a victory for press freedom but the Media Monitoring Project warned against these celebrations, saying the ruling applied to the old constitution and has no relevance to the new one. Vava said this confusion demonstrates how chaotic the law is, with ZANU PF deliberately delaying the re-alignment of laws to the new constitution.
Viola says she is shocked at the number of churches springing up and the flamboyant lifestyles of the new, so-called prophets. She believes they are manipulating poor and vulnerable people into parting with the little money they have.
Abigail says poverty has seen more and more young children being forced into sexual relationships with older people. They are desperate and go along with it for money to support themselves and their families.
SW Radio Africa News Stories for Friday 1st August 2014
SW Radio Africa News Headlines Friday 1st August 2014
Sports & Entertainment Corner features a variety of hard hitting tunes from house to rhumba, from afro pop to Zim dance hall. We also preview the weekend Zimbabwe premiership fixtures and the latest on European football
SW Radio Africa News Stories for Thursday 31st July 2014