Sally Nyakanyanga is a 50.50 women's rights and economic justice reporting fellow. She is an independent journalist based in Zimbabwe focusing on gender equality, human rights, development, humanitarian and trade stories. She has written for Irin News, Africa Renewal, Scidev.net, ChinAfrica magazine, and the Mail and Guardian “Voice of Africa” online publication. She was a 2016 fellow for the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) Africa Great Lakes Region Reporting Initiative.
Where are women’s voices in Africa’s infrastructure projects?
Women in Zimbabwe’s informal economy face steep challenges amid economic crisis, competition from big companies, and...
Blackmail, death threats and abuse: Being LGBTIQ at work in Zimbabwe
Can employers be pushed to take action on discrimination, even if the state will not?
Alleged army rapes amidst Zimbabwe fuel hike protests go uninvestigated
When Zimbabweans took to the streets in January, women were met with sexual violence by security forces. Many are...
When will a woman lead Zimbabwe?
Despite repeated pledges to promote gender parity in politics, women are dramatically underrepresented among...
‘Swept under the carpet’: violence against Zimbabwe's women journalists
Women journalists in Zimbabwe have been beaten and harassed by state security. The male-dominated media largely...