Farai Shawn Matiashe is a Freelance Journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He is currently studying towards a National Diploma in Mass Communication and Journalism at Harare Polytechnic in Harare, Zimbabwe. Mr Matiashe's work is highly sought after and has been published by several print and online news outlets. He writes political, social issues, economic and entertainment stories in Zimbabwe. With four years into journalism, Mr Matiashe has proven to be an excellent journalist who abide to the ethics of the profession. His work has been published in print- Newsday, The Sunday Mail and Pungwe News and online news sites theyouthpact.org and 263chat.com .
MUTARE-Zanu PF Manicaland Province has applauded the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) General Constantino Chiwenga’s move to ‘’step in’’ to cleanse ‘’criminals’’ around President Robert Mugabe saying the revolutionary party was losing direction due to counter-revolutionary elements that were controlling the affairs of the party.
The number of teenagers venturing into commercial sex work has been increasing notwithstanding the bad weather caused by current heavy rains spawned by the Cyclone Dineo phenomenon, the youngsters continue to venture out in a desperate bid to make ends meet.
WHEN the Zimbabwe military took over policing operations following the ouster of President Robert Mugabe on November 21, motorists who have borne untold harassment at the hands of traffic police officers celebrated. BY FARAI SHAWN MATIASHE But far from the highways, in the city’s byways and streets, commercial sex workers who used to play cat-and-mouse games with the police also celebrated the opportunity to do their work without police harassment.