Brutality backfires as chief, residents sue police and soldiers for assault

Chief Trymore Nhari of Gweru on Monday 11 May 2020 served a notice of intention to sue for payment of damages on Godwin Matanga, the Commissioner-General of Zimbabwe...

Laywers protest, petition Kazembe, Matanga over police brutality

ZIMBABWEAN lawyers on Friday 29 November 2019 marched during a demonstration to protest against harassment and assault...

Zimbabwe stock-piling weapons as strike season looms

Zimbabwe squanders millions of scarce foreign exchange on policing equipment while the recession worsens....

Zim army denies killing civilians during post-election protests

HARARE - Zimbabwe's Army has denied killing civilians during a protest, two days after the disputed...

High court reserves judgement in shooting victim’s challenge of Mnangagwa’s commission of inquiry

HIGH Court Judge Justice David Mangota on Wednesday 31 October 2018 reserved judgment after presiding over the...

Justice at last as Zim court orders ZRP to pay $13 500 to Gogo Chinyerere

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Court to rule on Biti’s challenge

HARARE-Harare Magistrate Francis Mapfumo will on Thursday hand down his ruling on an application filed by...

Zim police reverses ban of residents’protest after ZLHR’s intervention

POLICE in Chivhu in Mashonaland East province on Tuesday 06 March 2018 made a volte-face and...

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Massive Police Shake-Up Looming

The country’s police force is set for a major shake-up as the Ministry of Home Affairs...

New Police Boss Blasts Chihuri’s Lack Of Leadership

Acting Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga has said indiscipline in the police service was caused by lack...

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