Zimbabwe acid leak: 30 000 litre toxic spill near ‘Cecil’s’ park

Zimbabwe acid leak: 30 000 litre toxic spill near ‘Cecil’s’ park

Hwange – A massive decontamination exercise is under way near Zimbabwe’s famous Hwange National Park after a tanker transporting sulphuric acid overturned spilling 30 000 litres of the dangerous chemical on the main road, state radio reports.

ICC should try Mugabe

ICC should try Mugabe

I am a true believer in equality before the law and hence would like to see Mugabe and all those who helped his cling to power while committing various offences brought before an International Criminal Court and be tried for their offences and Crimes against humanity.

CiZC condemns persecution of Journalists

CiZC condemns persecution of Journalists

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Zim authorities resume onslaught against journalists

Zim authorities resume onslaught against journalists

ZIMBABWEAN authorities on Thursday 27 July 2017 resumed their onslaught against media practitioners after they arrested and detained three journalists working for the privately-run NewsDay newspaper for allegedly taking pictures during a clash between members of the public and some Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers in central Harare.

CSOs rejects passing of the Constitutional Amendment Bill (No.1) of 2016

CSOs rejects passing of the Constitutional Amendment Bill (No.1) of 2016

We the undersigned civil society organisations categorically express our disappointment over the adoption of the Constitutional Amendment Bill No. 1 of 2016 by the members of the National Assembly on Tuesday 25 July, 2017.

Zimbabwe acid leak: 30 000 litre toxic spill near ‘Cecil’s’ park

Hwange - A massive decontamination exercise is under way near Zimbabwe's famous Hwange National Park after a tanker transporting sulphuric acid overturned spilling 30 000 litres...

ICC should try Mugabe

I am a true believer in equality before the law and hence would like to see...

CiZC condemns persecution of Journalists

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) notes with concern the arrest and physical abuse of accredited journalist,...

Zim authorities resume onslaught against journalists

ZIMBABWEAN authorities on Thursday 27 July 2017 resumed their onslaught against media practitioners after they arrested...

CSOs rejects passing of the Constitutional Amendment Bill (No.1) of 2016

We the undersigned civil society organisations categorically express our disappointment over the adoption of the Constitutional...

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