Al Jazeera Journalism Review
Derick Matsengarwodzi is a freelance journalist and author based in Harare, writing for regional and international publications.
As Zimbabwe heads into elections this week, a new law dubbed the ‘Patriot Bill’ will further criminalise journalism
A flourishing media needs more than just capital and a few good ideas - it needs innovation
When it comes to government corruption, mainstream media only reports what the government tells it to - as can be seen by their response to a damning Al Jazeera documentary
Twenty-two years after the bombing of a newspaper printing plant in January 2001, the perpetrators are still at large - and a state-sanctioned assault on a free press continues
How political cartoons have evolved in recent decades and are now shaping public discourse in southern Africa
A wave of anti-migrant sentiment is gripping South Africa and those journalists covering it, who are migrants themselves, have become a particular target
Community radio has begun to flourish in Zimbabwe in recent years. But for stations to truly support the communities they serve, it is imperative that they are transparent about who owns them
From working shifts in a casino to interviewing a farmer mauled by a tiger - life as a struggling Zimbabwean reporter.
Zimbabwe’s Cybersecurity and Data Protection Bill aims to protect privacy and guard against child sexual abuse depicted online. But it could also seriously hamper a free press.