ZHRC on protests and police conduct

ZHRC on protests and police conduct

Harare -This bulletin contains the exact text of the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission’s Press Statement on public protests and police conduct. Veritas is distributing the correct statement as unfortunately various media outlets and politicians have quoted it either inaccurately or selectively to back their own opinions.

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High court to hand down ruling on Glen View residents

High court to hand down ruling on Glen View residents

THE High Court will on Wednesday 31 August 2016 hand down the ruling for seven out of 29 Glenview residents, who were arrested in 2011 and charged with contravening section 47 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23 following the death of Zimbabwe Republic Police Inspector Petros Mutedzi on 29 May 2011.

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Bail hearing for 68 activists rolled over to 31 August 2016

Bail hearing for 68 activists rolled over to 31 August 2016

On Tuesday 30 August the Magistrate Court rolled over the bail hearing of 68 activists who were arrested over the demonstrations on Friday last week to 31 August 2016.

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SADC urged to tackle Zimbabwe Crisis

SADC urged to tackle Zimbabwe Crisis

JOHANNESBURG —The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) has expressed outrage over the Zimbabwean government’s heavy handedness in dealing with protests that have gripped the nation.

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Heal Zimbabwe  on enforced disappearances

Heal Zimbabwe on enforced disappearances

Heal Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances. The special day is commemorated annually on the 30th of August. The International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances was passed under resolution 65/209 on 21 December 2010 which expressed great concern on the rising cases of involuntary disappearances.

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ZHRC on protests and police conduct

Harare -This bulletin contains the exact text of the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission’s Press Statement on public protests and police conduct. Veritas is distributing the...
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High court to hand down ruling on Glen View residents

THE High Court will on Wednesday 31 August 2016 hand down the ruling for seven out...
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Bail hearing for 68 activists rolled over to 31 August 2016

On Tuesday 30 August the Magistrate Court rolled over the bail hearing of 68 activists who...
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SADC urged to tackle Zimbabwe Crisis

JOHANNESBURG —The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) has expressed outrage over the Zimbabwean government's heavy...
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Heal Zimbabwe on enforced disappearances

Heal Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of the Victims...
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UN, please replace Mugabe regime

To Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations): UN, please replace Mugabe regime with transitional authority...
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CIZC supports Zimshutdown

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CIZC) stands in solidarity with disgruntled Zimbabweans on the event of the...
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Renamo attacks village in Mossurize

Maputo, 30 Aug (AIM) – Gunmen of the Mozambican rebel movement Renamo on Monday morning attacked...
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Oxfam Vacancy Notice: PHE Recruitment, Deadline 2 Sept 2016

Oxfam is recruiting for a PHE Officer to support Emergency Response in the Matobo district....
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State marginalising disabled persons

We, as persons with disabilities in Zimbabwe remain under represented and are the poorest of the...
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New farmers must pay rent

The bankrupt Zimbabwean government is under mounting pressure to compensate dispossessed white commercial farmers. ...
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Masvingo police arrest human rights defenders

Masvingo - Seven Human Rights Defenders were arrested yesterday by police in Masvingo but five...
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Gweru city council commissioner convicted of assault

GWERU city council commissioner, Mark Choga has been convicted of assault in a case in...
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Unwarranted attacks on the judiciary unacceptable

ZIMBABWE Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) is deeply concerned by the recent attacks directed at the...

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