Police fire tear gas at protesting miners

Anti-riot police were called in to disperse the protesting workers and their wives over unpaid salaries for April, July and October.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 10, 2022

ZLHR to sue police over Mutare spike throwing deaths

ZLHR said they will hold the responsible police officers accountable for the incident that claimed lives in Mutare.
By Methembe Sibanda Nov. 8, 2022

CCC member case withdrawn

The prosecution said under the same Act, there was no need to bring the accused person to the magistrate court.
By Desmond Chingarande Nov. 3, 2022

‘Child marriages stifling girl child’s rights’

Reports state that approximately 34% of girls under the age of 18 are being married off.
By Methembe Sibanda Nov. 1, 2022

CSOs scale up anti-PVO Bill fight

Early this week, Justice ministry secretary Virginia Mabhiza labelled the CSOs that are against the PVOs Amendment Bill
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 28, 2022

Letters: Zim on spotlight for human rights abuses

CSOs form Zimbabwe are among the African NGOs attending the Forum for NGOs to the 73rd Ordinary Session of the African Commission.
By Amh Voices Oct. 22, 2022

High Court outlaws Zupco monopoly

A BULAWAYO High Court judge has stripped the Zimbabwe United Passengers Company.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 21, 2022

Current electoral environment dents by-election outcome

The violence committed against women who were stripped of their clothes and left partially naked is abhorrent, inhuman and intolerable.
By Amh Voices Oct. 19, 2022

Letters: The effect of the new lockdown rules

Outdoors in public places, but only by people who have not been vaccinated at least twice against COVID-19.
By Amh Voices Oct. 17, 2022