Rogue police officers plead guilty to torturing woman

SOME Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers have pleaded guilty to torturing a Harare woman, whom they brutalised last year....

School authorities flinch at litigation and release “O” level exam results withheld over school protest

AUTHORITIES at Gokomere High School have thrown in the towel by agreeing to release Ordinary Level examination...

Passengers give ZUPCO 24-hour ultimatum to solve transport blues

THE Passengers Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ) has given the state-run Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) a 24-hour...

Zim authorities rescind dismissal of traditional leaders sacked for resisting partisan manipulation during elections

ZIMBABWEAN authorities have reinstated six traditional leaders to their positions as village heads after rescinding their illegal...

Tortured and abused Zim teacher wins compensation

A ZIMBABWEAN court has ordered authorities to pay ZWL200 000 to a teacher who was arrested, tortured...

Aggrieved motorist sues city of Harare and govt for gross negligence

A ZIMBABWEAN motorist is suing City of Harare and Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development for more...

ZLHR statement on world water day

ON this World Water Day, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) urges all stakeholders to reflect on...

UNAIDS welcomes parliament’s decision to repeal the law that criminalizes HIV transmission in Zimbabwe

Inappropriate application of criminal law against people living with HIV remains a serious concern across the...

ZLHR statement on international women’s day

ON International Women’s Day, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) calls upon the public to celebrate the...

Mnangagwa’s minister and Matanga evade jail

Aa they pay thousands in damages for police officers' felonious behaviour...

Persecution of citizens plumbs new depths in Nyanga

THE persecution of citizens has plumbed new depths after a Village Head in Nyanga District in Manicaland...

ZLHR condemns acts of violence in Kwekwe

ZIMBABWE Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) strongly condemns the acts of violence that took place at a...

‘PVO Bill will restrict democratic space’

Human rights defenders in Zimbabwe have called on the government to withdraw the Private Voluntary Organisations...

Zim court acquits slogan-chanting juveniles and residents

CHITUNGWIZA Magistrate Gladys Moyo on Thursday 17 February 2022 set free some juveniles and residents who had...

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