SA red flags reports of human rights violations in Zimbabwe, but the state denies ‘war on citizens’

SA red flags reports of human rights violations in Zimbabwe, but the state denies ‘war on citizens’

The South African government has noted with concern reports of human rights violations in Zimbabwe, where an economic meltdown has triggered widespread discontent.

Zimbabwe latest Covid-19 update 8 August 2020

Zimbabwe latest Covid-19 update 8 August 2020

One hundred and twenty-four (124) cases tested positive for COVID-19 today. These include 118 local cases and 6 returnees from South Africa.

Zimbabwe activists ‘fear the death of hope’ after crackdown

Zimbabwe activists ‘fear the death of hope’ after crackdown

“Dark forces”, “terrorists” and “bad apples” were just some of the words Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has used to describe his critics after last week’s thwarted anti-government protests. Rights groups say close to 100 Zimbabwean activists and opposition

Ramaphosa’s Zim intervention gets off to a shaky start

Ramaphosa’s Zim intervention gets off to a shaky start

Baleka Mbete and Sydney Mufamadi’s visit was overshadowed on the first day by a public spat between the ANC and Zimbabwe’s ruling ZanuPF party over ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule’s reference to the Zimbabwe government’s recent “brutality”.

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LONDON - The Dzimbahwe-Umuzi trust (DUT), a non-partisan charity launched in 1999, wants to become more active among the Zimbabwean community in the UK. The...

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Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

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MDC warmly welcomed in Alexandra

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State media loved Mugabe’s chair

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Zimbabwe has three modern, highly-developed fertilizer manufacturing companies - operating at a fraction of their capacity...

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Benhura designs ZIFF trophies

HARARE - Renowned artist Dominic Benhura will be designing several unique stone sculptures to be given...

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HARARE - The government on Friday arrested and detained Methodist Church Bishop Levee Kadenge and two...

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