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  • Human Rights

    Zimbabwe: Opposition leader survives brutal attempt on her life

    Joyce Mujuru, a former vice president in Zimbabwe says ruling party youth stoned her, loosened her teeth - and was rushed to clinic.

    RAY MWAREYA | 01 Feb 2018
  • Development

    Zimbabwe: Girls health at deadly risk from harsh laws and sexual taboos.

    A global human rights lobby, Amnesty International, has accused Zimbabwe government of placing adolescent girls at risk of harmful consequences, including dying in childbirth, because inconsistent laws make it harder for them to access sexual and reproductive health information and services.

  • Gender

    South Africa: Solo artist risks body to promote queer gender rights inside posh galleries.

    "I take a huge risk; I move my black queer body in posh museums and galleries, deftly avoiding pieces of art that cost thousands or millions. This is my goal to make visible the difficult plight of black queer LGBTI bodies in South Africa."

    RAY MWAREYA | 09 Jan 2018
  • Gender

    Zimbabwe presidents must apologize for Gukurahundi killings or face Internationa Court

    Insincere regrets wont cool the anger in communities where atrocities happened.

    RAY MWAREYA | 2017-12-15 11:08:46
  • Health

    Zambia: brave woman fights rare hair-loss disease with photography

    Natasha was diagnosed with Alopecia, a rare condition, which is said to affect one person in one million people. It involves loss of skull and facial hair. Her self-esteem has helped her to become one of the foremost female photographers in Zambia.

    DEOGRACIAS KALIMA | 2017-11-06 02:44:19
  • Health

    Obstetric Fistula: treating the secret disease that kills Africa´s child marriage victims.

    As the world commemorates International Day to End Fistula under the theme “Hope, healing and dignity for all”, UNFPA Zimbabwe and Hamlin Clinic in Ethiopia aims to put an end to this neglected health condition that affects an estimated 2 million women in the developing world.

    RAY MWAREYA IN ZIMBABWE AND ADDIS ABABA. | 2017-10-31 20:42:27

WOMEN TABOOS RADIO is the first digital radio station in Zimbabwe dedicated to explore, expose and publish on the human rights abuses, persecution, and harrassment suffered by Lesbian, Gays, Bisexual and Transgender citizens in Zimbabwe.  Women Taboos Radio empowers Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Men and Women to write, film, publish or broadcast exclusively on their sensitive gender, health, income Taboos topics. The goal is to break cultural taboos that hurt gender equality progress. LGBTI human rights in Zimbabwe are the focus of our media channel. Our non-profit licence number is: 2016/462591/08