WOMEN’S Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (Walpe) in partnership with top Zimbabwean content producers, Bustop TV have launched a new drama series titled All-Female Parliament that seeks to promote women’s participation in politics.
The candidates are being joined in the litigation process by two organisations, Women’s academy for leadership and political excellence (WALPE) and Election Resource Centre Trust.
WOMEN have questioned the government’s sincerity in providing safety nets as a stop-gap measure to the COVID 19-borne challenges. This comes after reports that most deserving people have not received anything from government since the start of lockdown in April, while Zanu PF-linked beneficiaries have allegedly been paid. The...
WOMEN representative groups have approached the High Court seeking leave to sue President Emmerson Mnangagwa for making cabinet appointments that are not gender-sensitive. The groups are the Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWALA), and the Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE). Click here to read more
WOMEN’S Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (Walpe) has taken the government to court arguing that the recent imposition of a 6pm to 6am curfew on citizens was a violation of people’s rights and freedoms.
WOMEN’S rights lobby group Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE), together with Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) with support from the Netherlands Embassy, recently held the first ever National Transformative Feminist Leadership Winter School for aspiring women leaders in Zimbabwe.
SEASONED politician, ex-MP and war veteran, Margaret Dongo has been roped in by feminist groups to train some 40 aspiring local female politicians withstand the pressures of running for political office.
The Women's Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) has said it is worried and concerned over the continuous victimisation and persecution of Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova by the State.
The Women's Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) has said it boldly repudiate the impetuous announcement of the Public Hearings dates (15-19 June 2020) on the proposed Constitutional Amendment Bill no.2 by the Parliament of Zimbabwe.
The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) has strongly condemned the abduction and torture of three young women leaders namely Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova. “The violations came after the three participated in a peaceful flash protest in Warren Park, Harare on the 13th of...