Climate change on the front line, in rural Zimbabwe

Climate change on the front line, in rural Zimbabwe

The last time Tabitha Moyo’s* borehole went dry was the drought of 1992, a disaster that affected 20 million people across southern Africa. That the 50-metre well is bone-dry now is an indication of just how severe this year has been for farmers in Zimbabwe.

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Death Penalty Challenge in the Constitutional Court

Death Penalty Challenge in the Constitutional Court

This is a reminder that Veritas’ third case to try and remove prisoners from death row will be heard by the Constitutional Court this coming Wednesday, the 28th September. The case is Farai Lawrence Ndlovu & Another v Minister of Justice & Another (CCZ 50/2015).

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Third night in custody for those arrested at ZINASU meeting

Third night in custody for those arrested at ZINASU meeting

On Monday 26 September 2016, Magistrate Poterai Gwezhira postponed the matter involving the 17 arrested at a ZINASU meeting to 27 September 2016.

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Chihuri declares war on innocent citizens

Chihuri declares war on innocent citizens

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) strongly condemns the unwarranted attack on the people and the country’s Constitution by the police commissioner-general, Augustine Chihuri.

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ZimRights introduces hotline for rights violations

ZimRights introduces hotline for rights violations

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has opened hotline phone numbers for members of the public to report human rights violations.

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Climate change on the front line, in rural Zimbabwe

The last time Tabitha Moyo’s* borehole went dry was the drought of 1992, a disaster that affected 20 million people across southern Africa. That the 50-metre...
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Death Penalty Challenge in the Constitutional Court

This is a reminder that Veritas’ third case to try and remove prisoners from death row...
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Third night in custody for those arrested at ZINASU meeting

On Monday 26 September 2016, Magistrate Poterai Gwezhira postponed the matter involving the 17 arrested at...
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Chihuri declares war on innocent citizens

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) strongly condemns the unwarranted attack on the people and the country’s...
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ZimRights introduces hotline for rights violations

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has opened hotline phone numbers for members of the public...
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Zimbabwe Diaspora – The secret weapon

To Zimbabwe Diaspora. ...
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PDP’s on the release of Linda Masarira

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) would like to thank the courts for upholding the Constitution and...
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Mugabe’s UN pull-out rant – four reasons why it won’t happen

You don’t have to be an Einstein to figure out that it costs significant taxpayer resources...
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Linda Masarira to be released

Harare - Linda Masarira is to be released on the orders of High Court judge Justice...
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Spotlight on Masarira’s inordinate incarceration

HIGH Court Judge Justice David Mangota will on Monday 26 September 2016 preside over the hearing...
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Will white farmers in Zambia feed Zimbabwe?

The El Niño drought has hit southern Africa hard. Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and seven provinces in...
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Freedom of assembly and association is also a human right!

Heal Zimbabwe condemns the disruption of a Zimbabwe National Students Union(ZINASU) General council meeting ...
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Pinocchio paper: Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Botswana’s President Ian Khama deserves the Nobel prize for doing the unthinkable: telling an African leader...
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Mabvuku High chess team wins

Mabvuku High school chess team are the winners of the St. Johns Emerald Hill chess festival...

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