ZRP ordered to compensate torture victim

A ZIMBABWEAN court has ordered Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to pay ZWL400 000 as compensation to a man, who was severely assaulted and tortured in 2021 for allegedly...

Mnangagwa to launch Gukurahundi consultative process

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will, Monday, launch the start of the Chiefs’ consultative and engagement process in...

Conviction of author Tsitsi Dangarembga and Barnes for protesting economic hardship a travesty of justice

Responding to news that Zimbabwean author and activist Tsitsi Dangarembga and fellow protester Julie Barnes were...

Hanzi hauls ZPCS to court over Sikhala prison visit ban

HUMAN rights lawyer Roselyn Hanzi has asked the High Court to stop Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services...

Zim court ends septuagenarian’s agony bizarre traditional custom

A NYANGA Magistrate has ended the agony of a 76 year-old man by outlawing the imposition of...

‘I have been arrested for praying for my country’: Clerics, activists arrested at a prayer meeting

About 35 people including pastors and activists who had attended a prayer meeting in Harare on...

Zimbabwe’s court raises age of consent for sex to 18 years

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the legal age of consent for sex...

Negligent ZRP pays the price for tear-gassing woman

ZIMBABWE Republic Police (ZRP) has paid more than ZWL140 000 as compensation to a Harare woman who...

ZLHR challenges summary expulsion of minor from school

ZIMBABWE Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has asked authorities at Rugare Primary School in Harare to immediately...

PVO Bill meant to silence CSOs

The proposed Private Voluntary Organisations (PVO) Amendment bill is a ploy by the government to silence...

As you remember Mugabe, allow us to remember our loved ones he killed

AS Robert Mugabe’s relatives, admirers and beneficiaries of his legacy remember him on his birthday today,...

State terrorists, not human rights activists, should be the ones on trial in Zimbabwe

State terrorists, not human rights activists, should be the ones on trial in Zimbabwe By Thandekile...

40th Universal Periodic Review of human rights: UK statement on Zimbabwe

The United Kingdom acknowledges the repeal of Zimbabwe’s Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act....

Police Release Chin’ono’s Equipment

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has finally released the broadcast equipment they seized from prominent journalist...

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