ZLHR takes rights literacy to neglected people

ZLHR takes rights literacy to neglected people

BULAWAYO-Abandoned and neglected, more than 400 families living at a dumpsite at Ngozi mine in Bulawayo feel like an unwanted lot.Many people, including officials at government schools, and hospitals, shun them. But not Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR).Recently, ZLHR programme lawyers and programme officers engaged residents at the informal settlement as part of its mission to raise human rights literacy in disadvantaged and vulnerable communities.

Special Courts to deal with poll violence set up

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HARARE – The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has set up a special committee to deal with political violence in collaboration with other statutory bodies ahead of the 2018 polls.ZEC Chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba said the electoral management body condemns all forms of violence and as such has created dispute mechanisms to take care of such issues. “Political parties have a code of conduct which prevents them from electoral violence.

SA hunter ‘bribed Zim govt officials to shoot an elephant illegally’

SA hunter ‘bribed Zim govt officials to shoot an elephant illegally’

The owner of a South African hunting company was indicted this month in Colorado by federal prosecutors, who accuse the man of bribing Zimbabwean government officials while guiding a Colorado tourist on a hunt for elephants and working to have the ivory tusks of an elephant the group illegally killed inside a national park imported to the US.

ZLHR takes rights literacy to neglected people

BULAWAYO-Abandoned and neglected, more than 400 families living at a dumpsite at Ngozi mine in Bulawayo feel like an unwanted lot.Many people, including officials at government...

Special Courts to deal with poll violence set up

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SA hunter ‘bribed Zim govt officials to shoot an elephant illegally’

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