Gender analysis critical to getting full picture of Gukurahundi

Soft issues largely affect women and women would be comfortable to share their lived experiences with female traditional leaders.
By Nicholas Aribino Feb. 23, 2024

Gukurahundi survivors vent anger over Youths Day

Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association secretary for administration, Thembelani Dube said Mugabe would always be remembered in the region for nothing else, but Gukurahundi.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 22, 2024

Fresh calls to revisit Mgagao massacre

Zanla and Zipra had combined to form the Zimbabwe People’s Army to fight the Ian Smith regime in then Rhodesia when a conflict broke out between the two groups.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 20, 2024

‘Charumbira’s utterances cannot go unchallenged’

More than 20 000 people in the two Matabeleland provinces and the Midlands were massacred, according to independent estimates.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 13, 2024

Editorial Comment: Don’t reinvent the wheel

Thousands of innocent people disappeared during the dark period and several women were raped by members of Five Brigade and suspected dissidents.
By The Standard Feb. 11, 2024

Gukurahundi hearings under scrutiny

Traditional leaders in January underwent training on how to conduct the hearings.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 11, 2024

Charumbira in Gukurahundi storm

Outspoken Zipra war veteran Max Mkandla said Charumbira is a beneficiary of Gukurahundi operations, adding that he was a misguided leader.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 9, 2024

Editorial comment: Beyond commitments

The process needs the seriousness it deserves. Last month, Chief Mathema of Matabeleland South urged citizens and government not to treat the emotive Gukurahundi as a small issue.
By Newsday Feb. 5, 2024

Allow media at Gukurahundi meetings’

According to Noko, the ZPRA combatants believe the presence of the media will help with transparency because its footage will serve as proof of what people said.
By CITE Feb. 5, 2024