Reports of solicitation of bribes by ZRP and soldiers enforcing covid-19 regulations on the increase

Reports of solicitation of bribes by ZRP and soldiers enforcing covid-19 regulations on the increase

Kwekwe, Zimbabwe: The Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA) is concerned with increasing reports against ZRP and Army officers who are soliciting bribes in exchange for giving a blind eye to violations of the COVID-19 regulations.

Activist’s relative badly battered & his kidney damaged

Activist’s relative badly battered & his kidney damaged

Tawanda Muchechiwa who was abducted last week and dumped a few kilometres from his home.

After arrest, Zimbabwean novelist decries state ‘chokehold’

After arrest, Zimbabwean novelist decries state ‘chokehold’

HARARE (Reuters) – A prize-winning Zimbabwean novelist and filmmaker arrested at recent protests accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government on Tuesday of holding its people in a repressive “chokehold” as they endured an economic emergency.

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition calls for the urgent intervention of SADC and African Union on the unfolding crisis in Zimbabwe

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition calls for the urgent intervention of SADC and African Union on the unfolding crisis in Zimbabwe

The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition Coalition (CiZC) wishes to applaud the regional and global response from solidarity partners, political parties, leading celebrities under the hashtag #Zimbabweanlivesmatter in calling out the government of Zimbabwe to end human rights violations and violence against citizens. 

Mugabe slates diaspora breadwinners

HARARE - In a speech full of hardline rhetoric and aggressive anti-Western sentiments, President Mugabe used Heroes Day celebrations to fire a broadside at millions of...

Mugabe buys cars to keep middle ranks happy

HARARE - The Zimbabwean government has splashed US$4 million buying 320 luxury vehicles for middle-ranking police...

Junior policemen fume at ‘cruelty’

BULAWAYO - Zimbabwe police commissioner Augustine Chihuri has banned police officers, who are among some of...

Fuel rationing returns

HARARE - Zimbabwean filling stations were extending fuel rationing on Monday in response to an acute...

Police accused of corruption

HARARE - Police commissioner Augustine Chihuri has ordered the immediate withdrawal of police officers stationed at...

Govt admits failure of ‘new’ farmers

HARARE - Black farmers must use stolen white farms properly as the government was tired of...

3 000 a week dying of AIDS says new report

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LONDON- Abusive practices by the Zimbabwe authorities, coupled with inadequate health and social welfare...

Decline in state brutality – Forum

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Mugabe blocks farm seizures

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AIDS inouraya zviuru zvitatu pasvondo
(3 000 a week die of AIDS)
HARARE - Kushaya hanya...

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Mealie meal 10kg, refined Z$368,000.00 Z$472,000.00 Z$368,000 -22.0%
tomatoes 1kg...

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Abantu abazinkulungwane ezintathu bayafa ngeviki ngomkhuhlane we ngculaza
(3 000 a week die of AIDS )
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