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

‘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

Court sets aside Hwange villagers eviction

The decision by the Hwange Rural District Council to allocate 500 hectares of land to Stelix Civils  for construction of a motor racecourse was unlawful.
By Staff Reporter Oct. 11, 2022

Villagers forced to pay US$25 for rain making ceremony

This emerged in court where Mutasa magistrate Artwell Sanyatwe issued a ruling interdicting the headman for Haudikuvanda A village
By The Standard Oct. 8, 2022

Polarisation, intolerance remain a threat democracy, peace

To help build a peaceful nation, ZLHR implores government to;
By Newsday Sep. 23, 2022

Perpetrators of Gukurahundi must pay reparations: ZLHR

THE Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has called on government to ensure that victims of Gukurahundi massacres are compensated.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Sep. 23, 2022

Mudenda rejects opposition legislators’ PVOs Bill plea

The PVOs Amendment Bill passed through the Committee Reading Stage in the National Assembly when opposition legislators were absent from the House.

Arrested UZ student granted $10 000 bail

She was arrested last Friday for allegedly sharing a message on a Whatsapp group.
By Emmah Nhancumba Sep. 21, 2022