Political intimidation continues in Hurungwe West

Political intimidation is still taking place in Hurungwe West, a week after by-elections, says Heal Zimbabwe, a non-profit organisation fighting for peaceful co-existence....

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The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) last week played an active role in the cancellation of a...

Violence flares up in Hurungwe before polls

Ignatius Chombo, the minister of local government and Phillip Chiyangwa, a senior ZANU (pf) official, have...

Mauritius: A woman president for all citizens

Ameenah Gurib Fakim will remain in the history of Mauritius as the first woman President. She...

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The government, in the form of the Minister of Local Government and JOC [the Joint Operations...

CIO force anti-poaching expert to flee

Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) operatives are heavily involved in poaching threatened wildlife species, according to an...

ZISO fears Murambatsvina 2

The Zimbabwe Informal Sector Organisation (ZISO) has expressed concern at the call by MPs for the...

Persecution of community radio advocates worries Amnesty

Amnesty International has expressed concern over the persecution of journalists seeking community radio licences in...

Cosmetic changes to general laws – lawyers

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) acknowledges the gazetting of the General Laws Amendment Bill (“the...

Zim in top three most corrupt

A new survey has placed Zimbabwe among the top three most corrupt countries in southern...

Amnesty calls for community radio licences

Amnesty International has urged the government to licence community radio stations to enhance media diversity....

EU says Dzamara case straining relations

The European Union has warned that the government’s reluctance to find human rights activist Itai Dzamara...

Chitungwiza municipal police attack journalists

Two freelance journalists, Phillimon Jambaya and Edgar Gweshe, were yesterday beaten up by members of the...

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