Theophilus Chuma is a multi-award winning broadcast journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe.I am a versatile journalist and communications expert with 10 years working experience in Zimbabwe. I cover social impact stories with particular interests on gender, women and child rights. I also have sound understanding on environmental and health news expanding into investigative reporting on these areas of interests.
Phishing Scams are targeting mobile money transfer platforms in Zimbabwe as many fall victim. Digital crime is robbing the poor, including widows and pensioners
Wildlife reliant communities in Zimbabwe are reeling under the effects of Covid-19 as they experience depleted incomes. Anti-poaching activities are severely under threat, while human-wildlife conflict cases surge
Women artisanal miners are a critical plinth in the overall performance of the small scale and artiosanal mining industry in zimbabwe, yet their health remains at the periphery of priorities for the authorities.
Vaccine waiting game in Zimbabwe Looking at how locals are hesitating to go for the Covid 19 jab
Touching story of a 15 year old girl forced to pan for gold in the murky waters of one of Zimbabwe's treacherous rivers as she strives to raise school fees.
An investigative piece on underground activities along Zimbabwe's railway which have been turned into hot spots for drugs and commercial sex activities.
This was an investigative story on an illegal abortion clinic in Zimbabwe's oldest high density surburb in Mbare. It exposed the social ill that was subjecting many girls to inhumane treatment and life threatening situations.